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Tiffany Nash (#47423100)
 member for 4 years, 6 months, 7 days
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HELLO! I have had a great time with genealogy since 1991! It has been a rewarding hobby and I have been blessed with many new friends and family. I believe in sharing genealogy freely so that we can learn from one another and improve our data at the same time. That's why I love FindaGrave. I view genealogy as a service to my family and the genealogy community that has helped me so much along the way. It is a great way to honor those that have gone before us. Please take special care to document our military. I love to meet new cousins so please let me know if you are kin!
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If you have dates, places, memorial numbers for father/mother/spouse, or any other please submit it using the Edit tab! Using the Edit tab is very helpful because it sends me a link and I can make your updates much more quickly.
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I believe that family belongs with family and am happy to transfer family members according to FindaGrave policy. Please use the Edit tab to request all transfers.
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CEMETERY PROJECTS
Please consider canvasing and photographing your local cemeteries. Talk to the church about their records and history. Suggest that the church add a link to their web site as a free service to their church members and families. Tombstones wear down over time and they are such wonderful documentation of our ancestors and so helpful to our research! Here are some of my projects:
~ Little River Methodist Church (Woodstock, GA)
My husband's maternal line, Anglin is buried here. His family is a second family to me and this project was done in their honor. I have photographed all of the tombstones & plan to add plot pictures in the near future. I am happy that the church has added a link on their web site.
~ Rowland Springs (White, GA) My in-laws' church.
~ Mt Carmel (Canton, GA)
~ Miller Chapel (White, GA)
~ Stamp Creek (White, GA)
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Have a blessed day!
Tiffany Farnsworth Nash
#47423100

Paternal Lines (oldest in USA):
8th GGDau of Thomas FARNSWORTH of Bordentown, NJ
6th GGDau of Matthias YOUNG of Lancaster, PA
Maternal Lines (oldest USA):
7th GGDau of William BLANCHARD of Scituate, RI
9th GGDau of John WEDGWOOD of Hampton, NH
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Toni Helvey Schlaefli
Cox/McAlary
Hi Are you related to the Cox/McAlary families??
Added by Toni Helvey Schlaefli on Jul 26, 2015 3:25 PM
Tereasa Yates
RE: Nelson Conger
You are welcome! It's alwasy great to put our loved ones in their final resting place. I have been transcribing from the cemetery books I got out of the Jackson County Library and trying to update the cemetery listings. So this is where I got the information for Nelson and his wife. If you need anything else, please let me know!!
Added by Tereasa Yates on Mar 20, 2015 11:50 AM
KBStewart
Mamie Lusk @ Stamp Creek
First I want to thank you for the Lusk photographs you took at Stamp Creek Cemetery. They are wonderful quality and are a very nice addition to my records for my Lusk cousins.

I am writing also to ask if you have any way of determining if there is a marker for a Mamie Lusk (1881-1881) at the cemetery. She only lived 2 days and I am trying to identify burials for all of the children in the family. I would think that if there were one there she would be buried very close to her sister who also died young: Minnie O Lusk (104288224). Any help you might be able to give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again for the excellent photographs!

-Keven
Added by KBStewart on Feb 11, 2015 1:56 PM
Tereasa Yates
clem cemetery
Tiffany,
I saw your post needing help with the Clem Cemetery. Here is what I have on the Clem Cemetery from the book "Grant District Cemeteries" by Carolyn Miihlbach.
"Located on the Jay Clem farm on Willowdale Road on top of the hill to the left of the house and barn. There was a patch cut through the brush leading to the cemetery and the area around the tombstones was cleared of weeds and brush. Information copied in the spring of 1982."
I updated the listing for the Clem cemetery from this book.
Hope this helps!
Tereasa :-)
Added by Tereasa Yates on Jan 27, 2015 6:13 PM
Cheryl Hall
RE: Kenneth McCracken
You don't have to I can get all the sections and sites for all of the McCracken buried out at Fort Logan and add them to any memorial that doesn't have photos. I go once a week.

Cheryl

Added by Cheryl Hall on Jan 25, 2015 1:26 PM
Marcia Lynne vonGunden
Deletions
Hello Tiffany,
RE: Flora Ann Warbington Nuckolls # 10842931

In your email to me;
Their suggestion:
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Hello! Suggest that this is a duplicate of an earlier memorial #10842931 (2005). Suggest combining info so that there is only one memorial for this person. Thank you

My reply;
I moved my photos over to the earlier memorial and deleted mine. In the meantime I have asked the contributor of her husband, Thomas, to transfer him to me.
Thank you,
Marcia
# 47059326
Added by Marcia Lynne vonGunden on Nov 24, 2014 8:07 PM
Kansas City Woman
Wilsie Warbington Nash
I believe I have a photo of Wilsie Warbington with her grandfather Starling Stanmore "Stan" Bowen, c1918 at Dacula. See Starling Bowen's FindaGrave memorial. I believe Wilsie to be the little girl on the top left.

Please advise.

Nancy Bowen
Athens GA
Added by Kansas City Woman on Jun 25, 2014 2:35 PM
Bonnie
Huffman-Wade Cemetery
Listed in Washington Co., Ohio on Find A Grave as
Wade Cemetery
Also known as: Reas Run Cemetery

Have a good day.
Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Mar 16, 2014 9:54 AM
Bonnie
RE: Christian Huffman
Hi Tiffany, Please check out http://www.washogs.org/
This is Washington County Genealogical Society site.

at the bottom of the page click on cemeteries

scroll down and you will find cemeteries listed (almost half way down the page)

Huffman Cemetery Wade, Rea's Run Independence Twp S7 T2 R6 SR 7 w/Archer's Fork Rd (CR 14) WCPL 1/141, M/225, File, TL09047,DAR G 17

Hope this helps.
Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Mar 16, 2014 9:46 AM
Robert Miller
MARY E. GARDNER COOK
Good Evening To You,

Are you related to Mary E. (Gardner) Cook And John A Cook. I Am Also. Mary E. (Gardner) Cook had a younger brother John Joseph "JOE" Gardner whom moved to Newton County, Mississippi.

Please can we exchange GARDNER FAMILY HISTORY?

I Live In Mobile, Alabama, And Where Do You Live. Please E-MAIL Me At My Home E-MAIL ADDRESS At rmiller1912@att.net

Blessings In Christ,

Robert Miller
Mobile, Alabama
Added by Robert Miller on Sep 20, 2013 8:53 PM
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