|C. Granberry||RE:43974858 Sarah Granberry Mullins|
Jan and Larry,
Sarah "Sallie" Granberry Mullins was born in Georgia. She came with her parents, Seth Franklin and Jane Bledsoe Granberry from Warren County, Georgia. Her parents were charter members of Providence Baptist Church in what is now Forrest County, MS. Family History: Hiram Bronson Granberry written by Tom Holder mentions her by name. (The town of Granbury Texas choose to spell Hiram's name as "Granbury", but his name is Granberry. The article is on web and interesting reading. Anyway, your Great Great Grandmother has quite an interesting history.
Have a good night.
|W. Gayden||RE: 96548878|
Since your not sure if she is in Holly Grove Cem in Monroe Co. GA think she might be where her son is buried. Zachariah Harmon Jr # 47367126
Rebecca Petty Harmon lived with her son Zachariah Harmon in Georgia. Zac is buried in Salem Cem. 47367126. Not sure where Rebecca's husband is buried. He died NC.
|Jana Thompson #47477910||RE: 34296095|
Where is this stone located? The burial place is listed as unknown, but obviously there is a picture. Thanks for your help.
|Lela Parris Koch||Thanks|
Thank you so very much for sponsoring two of the Ballinger Memorials. That was very nice of you.
|dick BANNING||John Haynes FAG # 70267919|
Thanks for the sponsoring our fourth great grandfather. I contacted Find A Grave and they have his memorial back up on line so researchers can see his memorial.
His daughter Nancy B. Haynes is my third great grandmother.
Is was hot the day I took the marker picture.
No problem, I am glad I can help you. If you ever want to manage these memorials I would be happy to transfer them to you.
Added by JLH on Sep 17, 2012 10:38 PM
transfer has been made :)
Added by Eunice on Sep 15, 2012 1:40 AM
|Lois McDonald||Martha Heidelberg|
Thank you for sending her mother's memorial number. She is part of my husband's family tree.
|Teresa Williams||RE: Cane Creek Cemetery|
Thank you Larry - that would be great!
No family living there. My grandmother was a Lanning and her grandfather was James Riley Lanning. I have never visited the graves of our many ancestors in that area and wanted to do so. I did know about the article in the Town Crier - that's how I learned of the vandalism. I will look up the Genealogical Society Library too - Thank you for that suggestion.
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