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I enjoy genealogy, history, and lineage societies. I work full time, but I sometimes use my lunch hour to snap photo requests in nearby Rose Hill Cemetery. While there, I have a habit of photographing random headstones to see if they need memorials or photos. I tend to gravitate towards military headstones, freemason headstones, headstones for children/infants, and people born prior to 1930.|
I am HAPPY to transfer a memorial if I have made one for someone related to you! I love it when people find a member of their family or one of their ancestors. Please leave me a message with the person's name and memorial number. The only reason I would not transfer a memorial is if the deceased is one of my lateral or collateral ancestors, in which case I'll let you know.
PLEASE NOTE: In trying to take photographs of graves, I often have very little information except for what is on the headstone or slab. I always search for the person before adding the page (usually with as little information as possible to get as wide a variety as hits as I can), but sometimes variations on surnames don't come up. If I have created a duplicate memorial, please let me know! It is NOT my intention to create duplicate memorials and I will be glad to delete my memorial if the deceased already has a page. If you have additional information for any memorial I have created, please let me know and I will be happy to add it.
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|Jean Ann Campbell Creamer||RE: William Watford|
Thank you! Thanks also for all your work!
|Kathy Curle Ward||Alexander McAlpin - Rose Hill Cemetery|
Thank you for looking for Alexander McAlpin. I had not idea he would not be in the cemetery. I tried to contact the creator of the memorial to find out where she found the information that Alexander was buried there. Sadly she has passed away. I have created memorials and requested photos for the McAlpines you did find. Thanks again for your help. Kathy
|Clark Joiner||RE: Memorial 100661414|
It turns out that Lucille is not a relative of mine. I thought she might be at one time. Her grandfather was married three times and one of his wives is a possible relative. However, Lucille's grandmother was another wife of her grandfather.
|Clark Joiner||Memorial 100661414|
Please add the following obituary:
OBITUARY - Addie Maud Lucille Bond died 4 May 1924, Bibb County, Georgia
The Macon Telegraph, 5 May 1924, page two
MISS LUCILLE BOND
Miss Lucille Bond, aged 16 years died at the home of her father, A. B. Bond, at Hubbard's Dairy Farm, at 4:15 o'clock Sunday afternoon. She had been ill a year and the news of her death came not unexpected. Lucille was 16 years of age and was loved by all who knew her. She was born in this county June 15, 1907. Besides her father, one brother survives, Bennie Bond. She was a member of the Stone Creek Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held from the grave in Andrews Cemetery at 3 o'clock. Rev. G. W. Thorpe officiating.
Transcriber's Note: A. B. Bond is Arthur Bennett Bond. The name for Lucille - Addie Maud Lucille Bond comes from Ancestry.com,"Georgia Deaths Index, 1914-1927" In the 1910 Census her name is Lucille Bond and in the 1920 census her name is Lucile Bond.
|John Clay Harris||RE: Georgia Harris Frink Dozier|
Thanks Sherrie I would be happy to take over the memorial of my cousin,Georgia Harris Frink Dozier.
My contributor# is 47322896
|Mitch Faulk||RE: Pvt. Green J. Brantley#94925025|
SHERRIE, I'm related to almost all of the BRANTLEY FAMILY in MIDDLE GEORGIA on both my mom & dad's sides of the family. As a matter of fact, I discovered that my dad was descended from a HARRIS BRANTLEY about 6 generations back & my mother from his brother, JAMES BRANTLEY, about 5 generations before her time. The 2 lineages merge with the father of JAMES & HARRIS, who is JOSEPH BRANTLEY. This is the BRANTLEY FAMILY from WASHINGTON COUNTY, GA.GREEN J. BRANTLEY of my hometown-county, DUBLIN, LAURENS COUNTY, GA is also in this crowd. I went to grammar school with JOEY & BENJAMIN BRANTLEY of ROUTE 3, DUBLIN, where I grew up. All of the BRANTLEYS are descended from one person American Patriarch. He is EDWARD "the IMMIGRANT" BRANTLEY (1615 ENGLAND-1688 ISLE OF WRIGHT, VA. HE ARRIVED @ ISLE OF WIGHT, VA on a ship called, "TRANSPORT". I'd be happy to manage GREEN J. BRANTLEY'S MEMORIAL. I feel the same way you do about our ancestors who sacrificed themselves in all wars. LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT TO TRANSFER GREEN'S MEMORIAL TO ME. THANX, MITCH
|CajunPaul||RE: Thomas Chambers|
If you would please put what you do know about this Thomas J Chambers on his Memorial under Bio so he is not confused with mine. I checked records and I am not for certain but there is another T J Chambers who served with the 6th Regiment and this could be him but I didn't dig further. But if the Memorial states what information you sent me it will help others.
Again your help is muchly appreciated.
|CajunPaul||RE: Thomas Chambers|
Unfortunately it must not be him. My wife's GG Grandfather was with 41st Regiment Company K out of Noxubee County Mississippi. His service records show only servings in Co K till his death. His last payout to the family was thru Co K.
Thanks for you help.
|CajunPaul||RE: Thomas Chambers|
Thank you so much. The information you put so far so fits in with Thomas Jefferson Chambers. I know he was in and around Atlanta in his last battles and the date is clearly within his time frame of death. I have letters he sent to his wife and letters she wrote saying about when he died and the family went to recover the body but was refused to do so.
Your work is so appreciated.
Carlyss, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.
|Mitch Faulk||Pvt. Green J. Brantley#94925025|
DEAR IRISH-ISH, ------------------------------------------------THIS PERSON IS TRULY FROM GEORGIA'S LAND OF THE IRISH - THE "DUBLIN IRISH", THAT IS, MY HOMETOWN IN DUBLIN, LAURENS COUNTY, GEORGIA. HIS NAME IS "GREEN JOSIAH BRANTLEY", THE SON OF "JEREMIAH BRANTLEY" OF THE SAME.------------------------HE FIRST JOINED THE "TROUP VOLUNTEERS" IN LAURENS COUNTY. I DON'T HAVE ALL MY DATA ON HIM IN FRONT OF ME RIGHT NOW. ----------------------------------------------------HOWEVER, I CAN TELL YOU HE WAS PROBABLY KILLED OR SERIOUSLY INJURED WITH THE "63rd GA VOL INF REG CO H" (FROM LAURENS & JEFFERSON COUNTIES IN GEORGIA) IN THE CARNAGE @ THE "BATTLE OF KENNESAW MOUNTAIN" NORTH OF ATLANTA & SENT BY TRAIN FROM ATLANTA, EITHER DEAD OR ALIVE, TO MACON & IF HE DIDN'T DIE ENROUTE TO MACON ON THE TRAIN, HE DIED IN MACON, GEORGIA'S, "OCMULGEE HOSPITAL" BEFORE INTERNMENT @ ROSE HILL CEMETERY. ------------------------------I'LL GET BACK TO YOU LATER WITH MORE DATA.-----------------------------------THANX, MITCH FAULK-------------eMail : / email@example.com / telePhone : / 1 (478) 731-0592 / MACON, GEORGIA, USA 31206-2759
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