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Wendy Martin (#47159895)
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Carol
Morgan Family History:
Wendy,
You have done a lot of work on my Morgan line, thanks so much for all your hard work and effort. How are you related to this family? My direct line is:

Thad Morgan & Evaline Cobb (2nd gr grand's)

Edward Dempsey Morgan & Emma Dora Brumbalow (great grand's)

George Couch Morgan & Lena Florence Langley (grandparents)

Thanks,
Carol
Added by Carol on Jul 14, 2015 8:00 PM
Bobby Meadows
Emiline M Burkes Lester Tombstone
Would it be possible to get a better lit photo of this tombstone at the Lester Family Cemetery?
Added by Bobby Meadows on May 21, 2015 4:13 PM
jcrick
Temperance Lilly
Hi, I am interested in the photo on Temperance's page with John, Georgia, Frank, and Temperance Manning (Mrs. Robert McNab Lilly). Robert McNab Lilly was a brother of my GG Grandfather William Franklin (Frank) Lilly and John Edwin Lilly, my GGG Uncle. Do you know if this is the Frank Lilly in the photo? I am assuming that possibly Robert McNab took the picture and know that Georgia is his daughter. I didn't know if you were a relative since you submitted this wonderful picture.
Added by jcrick on May 18, 2015 9:36 AM
Dorothy
Hello?
Does anyone know if Wendy Martin is still active on the Findagrave site?
Added by Dorothy on May 13, 2015 2:17 PM
Darlene Brantley
Eddie D. Thompsn
Eddie D. Thompson
I am trying to find information on Eddie D. Thompson, born Feb. 14, 1913 and died Aug.4, 1973. He is buried at Snowhill Baptist Church in Glenwood Georgia. I'm trying to find the location of his grave. Who he was buried next too etc...And direction to this Cemetery
Added by Darlene Brantley on May 11, 2015 7:36 AM
Cathy Leiker
Emiline Lester
Hello,
I was wondering if you are by the Lester Family Cemetery at Coweta County, GA if you could try to get a tombstone picture where I can read what it says on the stone. I am trying to fill out a DAR app for a lady and this is one that I could really use. DAR will not let us send a picture if it is not easily read. Since I do not know where you are located I totally understand if this is our of your area. Thank you so much for what you do.

Cathy Leiker
Added by Cathy Leiker on Apr 29, 2015 6:36 PM
C Bozeman
Butler, Dooly co.
Please approve edits and see flag post on Thomas Butler. thanks.
Added by C Bozeman on Apr 24, 2015 9:04 AM
Dorothy
Transfer of my Great-Grandparents
Would you transfer my great-grandparents to me?
I would appreciate it very much.

James J. Hammond # 68282946
Rebecca Criswell Hammond # 68282995

Best Regards,
Dorothy # 47285887
Added by Dorothy on Apr 18, 2015 11:45 AM
Valerie Davis
Thank You God is Good !!!
Thank so much, this is photo of Mary Elizabeth Smith Hill is my mother's ggrandmother. Raymond Hill is my my mother's ggrandfather who was married to Mary E. Smith Hill I was searching for her photo and Raymond Hill I'm so Flabbergasted.Thank You very much for the time and effort.Good to see my gggrandmother.

Valerie Davis
Added by Valerie Davis on Mar 07, 2015 2:31 PM
Eddie Gorham
Charles A Rice
Wendy, this gentleman was the son of my 2nd G grandfather, John K Rice. Since you attached the photo, I was interested to discover if we might be 3rd cousins, as I have had no luck in locating any relatives from this line. Please feel free to email me (on my bio page)with any info! Thanks!
Added by Eddie Gorham on Feb 09, 2015 8:50 AM
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