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Chryse Wayman (#47104160)
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Bio Photo I photograph in the Dunwoody, GA area including the Bennett Rainey Family, Ebenezer Primitive, Eidson, New Hope, North Atlanta Memorial (aka Laurelwood), Powers Family, Stephen Martin, and Winters Chapel Methodist Church cemeteries.

I'm always researching my maternal relatives - Panaritis, Malalas, Mallas, Yhuntis. As most were not born in the US, they are difficult to trace but our hope is Greek records will be available soon.

I'm researching paternal relatives from England and Holland (Mayflower), Nantucket/Cape Cod, Barnstable, Guilford North Carolina, and cities in Indiana. These surnames include Barnard, Coffin, Folger, Franklin, Gardner, Gorham, Hamilton, Howland, Macy, Mitchell, Paddock, Robertson, Starbuck, Swain, Tilley. Traveling across this country, researching in teensy libraries and the National Archives locating their records is easy. I am incredibly fortunate as these lines are well documented.

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Ron Gregory
RE: John Adams
Thanks, Chryse, I will.

--- Ron
Added by Ron Gregory on Aug 30, 2015 8:49 PM
Ron Gregory
John Adams
Thank you for trying to fulfill my photo request. Since there are 7 Adams' listed as burial, in this cemetery, including what you entered into Find A Grave, are there obvious signs of the appropriate amount of graves there, which appears to be about 10 in total? Thanks, again.

Ron Gregory
Added by Ron Gregory on Aug 29, 2015 10:42 PM
Swangirl
Eidson Cemetery
Hi, Chryse! It's Traci Rylands. I was wondering how you got access to Eidson Cemetery. I have been wanting to write about it but did not want to trespass. Were you able to get permission from the family?

Many thanks,

Traci
Added by Swangirl on Aug 10, 2015 1:36 PM
Lynn
Edna Lee Carter Wilson
I am doing genealogy for my brother-in-law. Edna was his great-aunt. How can he forget where the family buried his Aunt Edna and her husband and child? As a family researcher, I don't understand it!! Thank you for posting Edna's memorial as well as her husband's William Hiram Wilson, their child, Hiram's parents, etc. I appreciate all the work that you did on their memorials yesterday--links, adding middle and maiden names, and updating birth and death info. I appreciate your quick response!
Added by Lynn on Jul 24, 2015 8:41 AM
Meredith Mitchell Clapper
RE: Eula Womack Adams
It was in 1907.I don't know why I didn't type the entire date in since I had book and page # info.

I checked GA's virtual vault (no book H) and went to the dekalbhistory.org site. The online records are temporarily up at ancestry and it says it has marriages through 1908, but it doesn't. I'm pretty sure that's where I originally got the wedding date--when it was up at dekalbhistory.org.

Here's Eula on 1900 census showing her birth as Mar 1889.

1900 DeKalb Co., GA Doraville ed 17
Womack, John P head Oct 1861 38 married 15 yrs GA/GA/GA farmer own
Ida C wife Feb 1868 32 married 15 yrs mother of 3, 2 living
Eula dau Mar 1889 11 at school
Charles H son Mar 1891 9 at school
Meadows, Arthur boarder June 1879 20 farm laborer

I tried to find her mom's obit, but children aren't named in it.

The Atlanta Constitution 20 Mar 1918
Mortuary
Mrs. J. P. Womack
Doraville, Ga., March 19-(Special) Mrs. J. P. Womack, beloved wife of a farmer of this section, is dead. Besides her husband, several children survive. She was a faithful member of the Methodist church.

I'll keep looking for it.
Added by Meredith Mitchell Clapper on Jul 22, 2015 1:08 PM
Meredith Mitchell Clapper
RE: Eula Womack Adams
DeKalb Co., GA book H, p323 is my footnote. The link to it no longer works. Let me see if I can find a new one.
Added by Meredith Mitchell Clapper on Jul 22, 2015 11:35 AM
Dan K.
RE: Dolores Vargo
You're very welcome!
Added by Dan K. on Jun 20, 2015 2:56 PM
Dan K.
Dolores Vargo
Hi Chryse,

I transferred her memorial to you. Please let me know if I can help with anything else.

Dan
Added by Dan K. on Jun 15, 2015 6:07 PM
DJ Oaster
Charles L Wayman 1806-1875
son of Edmond and Elizabeth Smith Wayman. Charles L Wayman's first wife Mary Goss who had a daughter named Mary E Wayman.
I believe this Mary E Wayman is my ancestor.
Do you have any information on this grand daughter of Edmond and Elizabeth Wayman? This is wonderful info and I'm so glad to find you! DJO
Added by DJ Oaster on May 14, 2015 12:22 PM
Cheryl Nienhaus
Benjamin Paddock
If I remember right that the original cemetery which he was buried into seemed to have problems so they moved the entire cemetery to his current place of rest. I'm related through his mother Elizabeth Stanton Paddock, he is my 1st cousin 6X removed.
Added by Cheryl Nienhaus on May 13, 2015 8:48 PM
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