|Todd Child (#47242695)|
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|Lorenda Todd||William Slaughter at Martin's|
Hi Todd, this one is mine too...LOL... 3x Grandfather, so thanks once again and too I would be glad to take care of this one as well! Great job!!
|Lorenda Todd||John and Susannah Gresham|
Hi, John and Susannah Gresham, buried at Good Hope, are my 5x grandparents. I want to thank you for doing their memorial! If you would like to transfer them I would be glad to take care of them but either way you have done a tremendous job so thanks a lot!! Lorenda Todd
|T. B. Willis||Jesse Howell|
Thanks so much for linking him to his parents.
You are preserving the Howell family's heritage and also Upson County's heritage.
|T. B. Willis||James M. Howell|
Thanks so much for linking him to his parents!
|Carla Starling||RE: New Hope Baptist|
Thank you then that is not the one where some of my family is buried.
Thanks for the heads up on this memorial. I think you are right and it should be Carleton instead of Carlton.
|Carla Starling||New Hope Baptist Church|
I have family buried at New Hope Baptist Church in Meriwether County, but before I added them I wanted to be sure that this is the correct church. The New Hope Baptist Church that I am referring to is located outside of the city of Warm Springs off of the Durand Highway. I hope I have given you enough of a description of the location. Please email me if you have any questions.
|Thomaston-Upson Archives||Upson County Cemeteries|
I am glad you were able to find the Gresham marker you guys were looking for. If there is anything we can do for you just let us know. It was good talking to you and we hope you have a good day!
|T. B. Willis||Howell family at Martin Churchyard|
Thank you for your help with the members of the Howell family who served in the Civil War. Their father, Burwell Howell, served as a Trustee of the Martin Methodist Church which this cemetery is associated with. I visited it perhaps 35 years ago, and it was completely overgrown. I was able to only locate the marker of their sister, Smitha Jane Howell Stallings.
Todd B. Willis
|Laura ||BF Watson|
Thanks SO much! This is my great-great-grandfather. I had read that the cemetery had been "abandoned & overgrown", so I was worried this would never get fulfilled. It is deeply appreciated. If you ever have a request for SE Texas, let me know! :-)
Added by Laura on Feb 16, 2011 9:57 PM
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