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michelej (#47453271)
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I currently live in Bartow County, near Cartersville, but I am from Whitfield County, Resaca and parts of Dalton.
I would be happy to help photograph grave markers for those seeking help. (As long as I can find it!)

Two daughters, Ailish & Mina

Son, Harker Callum Blount, cremated, May 14 2010
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Ray Bobo
Jane Lewis @ Lewis-Linn Cem
Thank you very much, Michele! Not sure when I would have ever get back there to take that photo.
Added by Ray Bobo on Mar 23, 2011 7:01 PM
Ray Bobo
RE: Lewis-Linn Cemetery
Just a word of caution re cleaning old headstones: they can be very brittle and easily damaged. I personally do not clean them. Certainly not with wire brush or strong abrasives or chemicals. Sometimes if you just spray them with water they are more readable. Some people use sidewalk chalk that will rinse off with the next rain. Just be very easy and non-aggressive with very old stones. Thanks again for all the great photographs!
Added by Ray Bobo on Mar 21, 2011 5:01 AM
Ray Bobo
Lewis-Linn Cemetery
Thank you very much for making these photos! This puts the "finishing touches" on recording this cemetery in which are buried many of my ancestors on my mother's side.
Added by Ray Bobo on Mar 20, 2011 12:49 PM
Roger Carpenter
Cornelius Clements
I believe he was in the 58th Alabama.
Added by Roger Carpenter on Mar 08, 2011 2:22 AM
Roger Carpenter
Hi, I believe my Great Great Grandfather is buried at the Resaca Confederate Cemetary. He's from Alabama. He died at the battle there in 1864. I fear he is in an unmarked grave but if you wouldn't mind, next time you go there see if you can locate a marked grave with Cornelius Clements on it. He was born around 1829 or 1830 and died 1864.

Added by Roger Carpenter on Mar 08, 2011 2:08 AM

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