|Evening Blues (#46587085)|
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I have been doing genealogy for the last fifteen years. The main names I am researching are Abernathy, Coley, Higgins, Howell, Knight, Ledford, Roach, Moss, Whitmore, and Williams.|
My other hobby is photography. I take photos of everything from cemeteries to concerts.
If you see any of my photos that are very tiny (ie. the size of a postage stamp), please let me know. Several years ago, the Find A Grave website had a weird glitch that made dozens and dozens of my photos the size of a thumbnail pic. I did not upload these tiny pictures. If you will let me know, I can hopefully replace them with a normal size picture.
Please note that I don't have editorial control over memorials that are listed as famous. If changes or corrections need to be made, please contact the Find A Grave admins.
I have created a website dedicated to my family cemetery, the Old Macedonia Cemetery of Bartow County. You can find it by following the link below.
And please be aware that just because I have taken a cemetery photo, it does not mean that I operate the cemetery or have anything to do with the cemetery. I only took a photograph.
Any photos that were taken by me may be used on genealogy websites such as ancestry.com. You have my permission. All I ask is that I am given photography credit.
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|Rich Dohm||Marietta City Cemetery ~ DuPre|
Thanks for the transfers sir, I'm grateful. If you ever need and Virginia favors, just give me a holler. Rich.
|R & R||RE: George G. Visscher|
I thought that it usually meant that also, but in this case I have no idea what this would be referring to. At first I thought it could refer to a group he joined later being from Georgia and proud of his states past - maybe a typo.
All I know is that it is reported by the gen society rep that provided the info to me for this individual. I was hoping someone might know as my original source is no longer available and stood by it when asked originally. I have researched it and tried to find what it could mean in this case but still no idea.
If you took the photo and did not see anything on the headstone or near it that would explain this then maybe drop the SAC in a pending file and if any information pops up it can be added to the bio later.
Added by R & R on Nov 20, 2013 10:04 PM
|Becky Romo||Thank You|
Thank you for your help this weekend. I appreciate it. Your Grandmother looked like a wonderful lady. Good luck and thanks . Becky
|Becky Monday||Annie Myrtle Pittman Abernathy|
No, I cannot say for certain that Annie is buried at Hickory Flat, only what a relative told me, the relative that gave me the pictures? If you know for certain she is buried some where else, I will be happy to change the information.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Old Macedonia Cemetery|
Did not find any relatives but just wanted to say a big "THANK YOU" for all your hard work on this cemetery. Very impressive.
|Robin Pruitt Parriman||RE: transfer|
Thank you very much! Been transferring & updating these all day and got my wires & numbers crossed! Thanks for fixing it for me
|Robin Pruitt Parriman||transfer|
I accidentally transferred one to you that was suppose to go to 48149498 Could you please switch it? thank you
|Brad Foster||Lintford Summey #94226300|
I have added the links for his parents as you requested. Thanks for the update. Regards, Brad
|Ron Crick||Civil War Union Soldiers|
I visited your site for Union soldiers of the South. My GG Grandfather,John Moore, was born
4 Jan 1826 in what is now Macon County, NC. He joined the 5th TN Mounted Infantry in Sept 1864 and was mustered out in July 1865. He was an ordained Baptist Minister and was married to a full-blooded Cherokee. He fathered 10 children. The eldest, Frances Elizabeth Moore Mathis, was the mother of my maternal grandfather. John's last son, born after the Civil War was named Ulysses Grant Moore. John died 7 Aug 1900 and is buried in Murray County, GA at Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery. (Doogan)
Recent research into his history shows that while he was away fighting for the Union, Confederate soldiers burned his house near Blue Ridge, GA and his wife and children fled to Tennessee.
If you would like to add John Moore to your list I would certainly appreciate it. I can provide a photo of him and his grave marker if you like
|Suellen Browning Dennis||Jesse Grady Needham|
Jesse Grady Needham Find A Grave#21486162 wife is Essie Pearl Cofer Find A Grave#21486130. His parents are Rollie Needham Find A Grave#15114123 and Mary Frances "Fannie" Kent Needham Find A Grave#15114111.Sorry for the confusion. Suellen B Dennis
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