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Ronnie (#47608419)
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Bio Photo My ancestors are almost all from the lower Georgia and South Carolina areas and came here in the 1700s or earlier. I love learning more about them and end up dragging my poor kids to cemeteries to look up tombstones.

I mainly have my own relatives' pages (my cousin passed down some to me as well), but have some other graves I have found and made a page for. If they aren't my relative or you are more closely related than me, I would be glad to transfer their page to you.

UNFORTUNATE FINDAGRAVE BULLIES....
If someone who very politely asks to update an ancestor's page that has been prior to the request left virtually blank or politely points out a duplicate causes you to make false accusations against the original page maker and that person through numerous bullying tirades.... please go outside and get some fresh air and take a break....maybe some wine or Xanax?
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microgal06
RE: The Cadles
That's cool. Look forward to hearing from you.
Added by microgal06 on Jan 25, 2015 3:47 PM
microgal06
RE: Dolly and Otis
Yes, that would be great! I did see the one for my dad and I requested it. Considering part of the info was wrong.
Added by microgal06 on Jan 25, 2015 3:43 PM
microgal06
Dolly Cadle
It seems you have more info on my grandma Dolly than me! Although I can tell you I do know my mother had her cremated and we spread her ashes to the saint john river per her wishes. My dad, her only child, has also passed away and been cremated, thou I have no idea what they did with his ashes. Grandma only had 1 child, Curtis Cadle, my dad; but dad had 5 biological children. I would love to talk with you so I can get some f grandmas' family history cause she didn't tell us a whole lot. Please email me at cadlekathleen06@yahoo.com. On another note, perhaps it was Otis who was buried there? I was very young when he passed so I do not remember it much.
Added by microgal06 on Jan 21, 2015 8:13 AM
Jim Semple, Jr.
RE: Elizabeth Martin 104963338
Hi, Ronnie, Thank you for the transfer. Yes, the same for me with marriage relationships. I'm related to the Martins in the Martin Cemetery, Bulloch Co. (pick most any of them as you may see my name associated) Also, closer related to Hodges in Mallette cemetery, Effingham County, in the Hodges-Crosby Section. I'm connected from Bennett and Bland (Savannah). My time only allows me to work on relatives but "by marriage" can really extend those relationships (like into Groover), so I certainly respect your "closer" related connections. Maybe we also connect by those marriages. I'm not trying to see how many I can add, I'm truly trying to honor the memorials of those I'm related with better info as possible & to maintain. Most of them don't seem to have a relative, maybe alive, interested and finding that most of my related memorials created or managed are by someone not related & happy to transfer.

Feel free to contact me anytime at jhsemple@yahoo.com
Added by Jim Semple, Jr. on Jan 09, 2015 6:53 AM
Nadine
my be related
I saw your posting to another F.A.G. on a Richmond Ga. memorial. My Main line from SC Barnwell is Hair from John Learns Hair, born 1763 his widow Mary remarried David Shipes Sr. One of John Hairs daughters married John Wilkinson.about 1805 1806. Their last daughter /child born Ga.1814 So I've been looking in the Richomond area first because many Shipes moved there and Barbour Co Ala.
On the Newman line; I have added many Obits as I can find in the Wilkerson family Cem. Richmond GA. "on" a John Wilkinson his daughter (mary Augusta)married a John J Newman he was born 1830, . Other side lines Walker, Woodward, odom, Jowers, Bloom, and many more names.
Nadine
Added by Nadine on Dec 18, 2014 7:08 PM
M Long
Nathan Cook
Ronnie,

If you will put your memorial back on and get any info from mine that you want, you may have it since he is in your family.

Let me know when you have all that you want from my memorial #43586454 and I will delete mine.

Margaret Long
Added by M Long on Nov 12, 2014 4:01 PM
Nala
RE: Maude Odom 115272826
Ronnie, just let me know if I have any other family memorials you would like to mange. Nala
Added by Nala on Nov 10, 2014 10:28 AM
Gloria Rhodes
Carolina trip
I will send you some of the Taylors in Aiken, and Edgefield, we are going over there one day soon..
Thank you,
Gloria
Added by Gloria Rhodes on Oct 25, 2014 6:47 PM
brandyce thompson
RE: Thompsons
That would be great!!! Thanks again SO much!!!
Added by brandyce thompson on Sep 14, 2014 7:58 PM
brandyce thompson
RE: William Wofford family Augusta, Ga
I would love to see whatever you have on WW Thompson. I have quite a bit of information about him. He was indeed a train conductor. I have the article about the men who boarded the train and killed him. I have his original obituary and I don't share it often, but I have a picture of the men who were lynched for his murder. My husband's great grandfather was his brother, John Thompson. I spoke to a man in Virginia once who was the grandson of WWT. He told me that their father was also John Thompson and gave me the cemetery information for where he is buried. I called them, but all of their records burned, so all I have is what is on the tombstone. He died in the early 1880's so the county says that they don't have death records either. I will be double checking that though. All of WWT's siblings are buried at Magnolia Cemetery. However, his great grandfather died young, so nobody living ever knew him. We have three generations of men and one woman all named John Thompson!!!! Anyway, anything you have I would be so thankful for! I haven't been able to verify anything about the oldest John Thompson and really can't even link that he is our relative. It gets a little tricky because I think he married his sister-in-law after the death of his first wife! Thanks again so much!
Added by brandyce thompson on Sep 09, 2014 11:20 AM
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