|Alton & Loudonia (#46956626)|
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We are a Husband and Wife Team who live in Starke, Florida. We have a special hobby of visiting cemeteries and taking photos and researching our family trees. |
We combine this with tent camping and nature walks in State Parks. We find a cemetery that needs photos and a State Park nearby. We take photos in the morning and enjoy the park the rest of the day.
We only list photos we have taken, If no memorial is listed, we create one.
Our tree research is very extensive; and searching for more each day. We are researching Wise, Vickers, Weeks, Boggs, Tuggle, and many more.
We will delete, correct, add to or Transfer. We ask that to request a transfer that you know of the person or be related. It's our goal to transfer any family member or person, to someone that will remember them.
You may use our photos, if it has our name on the photo; it is not to be removed! Also please give us credit for the photo. We have copies of all the photos we have ever taken. Our photos are for your personal use only and may not be used for profit or be sold without permissiom.
If you don't get an answer quickly to your e-mail, we may be on one of our trips. We usually answer all emails within one hour of receving it.
To the ones who say we do this for the numbers, This is a hobby we enjoy doing, We take our time and commitment very serious. We answer 40-50 edit emails per day and do photo request. We also help others in their search. This is secondary to our visit to Cemeteries to take photos.
To the ones who have no contact information, You are missing out! Need I say more!
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|Regulator||Elsie Marie Yost Baugher|
I noticed on the posting of my aunt, above, Charles Oran Yost is listed as a half-sibling. He is a full sibling. Her sibling status is as follows, minus what you have listed already:
Walter Robert Yost - deceased (may be entered in findagrave already)
Edward Yost - surviving
Clifton Yost - surviving
Wanda Yost - surviving
|edward lee||Transfer Memorial|
Memorial number for Lawton Benjamin Bryan is,37044830. Sorry about that. Eddie Lee
|Sandra Hopkins Ernst||Eunice Wise|
Obituary added to memorial of Eunice Wise. Thank you!
|edward lee||Transfer Memorial|
For your consideration. Lawton B. Bryan is my grandfather.It would be an honor to maintain his memorial. I am son of Thelma Louise Bryan,his daughter.
|David Alan Grierson (1st Bard of Clan Grierson)||Hello|
Thank you for bringing that to my attention ; will you consider transfering your monument to my care, he is my first cousin.
|Ann Marie Presnell||Grave Memorial# 140579268|
Can you please add this obituary to John Lawton Wiggins memorial site? Thank you Ina advance.
John Lawton Wiggins
John Lawton Wiggins, 20, of 508 Smithtown Road Chattahoochee, Florida, passed away Sunday July 29, 2012 from injuries received in an automobile accident in Decatur County, Georgia. John was employed at MRDP at Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee, He was also owner of Prestigious Portable Restrooms, he was a member of the FFA at Sneads High School, and he also attended Old Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, and loved hunting and fishing.
Survivors include his Mother Ann Marie Presnell and Stepfather, Robert Presnell of Chattahoochee, Florida, his father J. Gavin Wiggins and Ali MacLaren of Marianna, Florida, two brothers, J. Cole Wiggins of Chattahoochee, Florida, and Cade G. Bonds of Dothan Alabama, Parental Grandfather John L. Wiggins, Jr. and Sallie Hart of California, Grandfather, Steve Slack of North Carolina, Maternal Grandparents Sharon Watson of Quincy, Florida, and Thomas R. Meeks of Georgia.
He was preceded in death by his brother Robert Michael (Bobby) Presnell, Jr., Grandaddy Bobby Presnell and also Paternal Grandmother, Lynn Wiggins Slack.
Visitation with family and friends will be held Wednesday August 1, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:00PM CDT at Lanier - Andler Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be Thursday August 2, 2012 at 10:00AM CDT at Lanier - Andler Funeral Home Chapel in Sneads, Florida with Rev. Harold Dean officiating. Interment will be at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Chattahoochee, Florida.
Monetary Contributions can be made to Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranchers at P.O. Box 2000, Boxranch, Florida 32064. Please put on check, In Memory of John Lawton Wiggins.
|kindler||Brad Hunter Memorial|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Brad's Memorial. I appreciate your promptness and thoughtfulness.
Added by kindler on Jun 22, 2015 12:41 PM
|kindler||Find A Grave Memorial# 33655984|
Will you please transfer Brad Hunter's memorial to me? He is my son.
Thank you so very much.
My member # is 48730303
Added by kindler on Jun 22, 2015 7:38 AM
|Frances Dean McKinley||Helen Upchurch Poppell|
Would you please add this obituary for Helen Upchurch Poppell to her listing in the Springfield City Cemetery, Springfield, GA which you maintain.
Thank you very much for what you do.
Helen U. Poppell '
Helen Upchurch Poppell, 86, died Tuesday at Candler Hospital, She was a native of Effingham County and lived most of her life in Savannah.
She was retired from Savannah Electric and Power Co., after 32 years. She was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Daughters of the Confederacy, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Pooler Garden'Club.
SURVIVORS: a son and daughter-inlaw, Paul H. and Amelia R, Poppell of Richmond, Hil1; a son, Clyde Poppell of Midway; a sister, Mary M. Thompson of Savannah; a brother, Kenneth Upchurch of Atlanta; and two grandchildren.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Springfield Cemetery.
VISITATION: 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 pm, today at Sipple's Mortuary. .
REMEMBRANCES: The American Diabetes Association.
Savannah Morning News, Wednesday, September 20, 1995
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Yes... I have discovered that this website can become a source of contention between family members and descendants. In light of that, I have chosen to delete my entries and revert the transfers back to the original contributors.
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