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Dee Mathis (#47000209)
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It has been a great pleasure sharing with people here, and finding our family! 2015 has begun with our reconnection to the Duhart family members on the West coast. We cannot wait to meet some for the first time and load the rest up with hugs. We could not complete as much research in 2014, but our desire to reach out and connect more family members is strong.

We welcome records from the Hectors, Odoms, Vinsons and Maddox families in Cleveland County, NC who are assisting us in locating our Native American ancestors. 2010 and 2011 were filled with reunions in Ohio, VA, South Georgia, and points west including the Stovalls in Seattle; Duharts of California; the Sims from Mobile, AL & the Davenports from Jacksonville and Pensacola, FL.

** Big Huggs to my awesome grave sponsors**

The respect and sharing of information, both from me to family members and others to my care has been a treasure.

Any and all disrespectful acts, deeds and demands will be handled appopriately as we are all volunteers, and contribute for the good of everyone and DO NOT serve at the pleasure single individuals who have emailed their transfer demands. If you do not follow the guidelines, and misplace pictures here, we are not responsible for those errors and misspellings.

Note: To the gravers who have copied the series of graves and not requested transfer, please remove them. If you are related to these persons and would like to oversee them, you can contact me here and I will reply ethically.
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Eugene Bradley
Jack Willoughby
Hello, I was wondering if you had more information on Jack Willoughby, Birth: 1820 Virginia, US Death:unknown, Georgia, USA. I'm not sure if he or James Willoughby Birth: Aug. 28, 1801 Death:Mar. 23, 1876 is my 4th Great Grandfather. I do know that James Willoughby owned Rebecca Willoughby and children as slaves but I'm unsure if he or Jack is my 4th great grandfather. My 3rd Great Grandfather is Isaac, Rebecca's son. Also how did you find out Jack Willoughby was born in Virginia? Thanks so much for your help!

Added by Eugene Bradley on Sep 23, 2015 7:23 AM
Brian V Brunner
Macedonia Cemetery
Here is the address of the Macedonia Cemetery you have located in Marietta, GA. (That is not correct)

New Macedonia Christian Church 3478 Macedonia Rd.
Powder Springs, GA 30127-7247
I live on Macedonia Rd, about a mile from the church and the Cemetery that is across Macedonia road from the Church. Please, post that address or at least take it out of Marietta and put in Powder Springs.

Thank you,
Brian Brunner

P.S. I'm still posting images I have taken in that Cemetery. I plan to send you a picture of the cemetery if you want it. Send me your e-mail address and I'll sent the pic.
Added by Brian V Brunner on Aug 22, 2015 1:59 PM
Alphus James Key
Your James Key is a different person than this Alphus James Key. Your's appears in the 1860 US Census with his parents, Rice & Sarah.

1860 US Census of Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
Rice Key 44
Sarah Key 44
Jasper Key 17
Newton Key 13
Levi Key 10
James Key 9
Nancy Key 7
Mary A Key 6
Rica Key 5
Sarah A Key 4
Aaron Key 3
Thomas Key 2

Alphus James Key is also shown in the 1860 US Census with his parents, William & Mary. He too is living in Gilmer County.

1860 US Census of Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
William Key 45
Mary Kee 43
Sabra Kee 18
Ada Ophus 16 [Transcription error; this name should have been Adolphus Key, with Key repeating as the surname of the children following him.]
Aymey Ophus 13
Martha Ophus 11
Fanny Ophus 8
William Ophus 6
Nancy Ophus 2

Both lived in Gilmer County and both were close to the same age, but they are two different people.

Added by dgresh on Jun 19, 2015 8:14 AM
Gene Jenkins
First Baptist Cemetery in Lawndale, NC
There are 2 separate cemeteries in FindAGrave for the same cemetery at 129 Douglas St. in Lawndale. One has 6 memorials & the other has 21 at this time. You created 5 of the 6 memorials in the smaller one. Would you please transfer these 5 to the larger cemetery? I will sent this message to the creator of the final memorial remaining in the smaller cemetery, and maybe a duplicate cemetery can be deleted. Thank you.
Added by Gene Jenkins on Jun 15, 2015 1:23 PM
RE: Crosby memorial
Although it has been some time now I just didn't want anymore time to pass without saying Thank you for the transfer of my uncle's site to my care. I am very appreciative.
Added by mom4jkkdds6 on May 05, 2015 12:49 AM
David Eastburn
George Stinney, Jr.
Thank you for your kind words on my sponsorship of this young man's page. May he find the Peace he was denied here. Lord, be Precious to Your Soul George Stinney, Jr.
Added by David Eastburn on Dec 17, 2014 12:28 PM
Heather Larabee
Tennessee Hunter
Tennessee Risner was my Great Great Aunt. Her brother Atwood is my Great Great Grandpa.
Added by Heather Larabee on Sep 29, 2014 7:51 AM
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RE: George Duhart
of course. please read my profile to see how I like to do this.

thanks so much.
Patti Jacko
Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Jan 03, 2014 5:57 PM
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J W Latimer
Prospect Methodist Church Cemetery
Thank you so much for your significant work and assistance with this cemetery. Also for the Moseley family transfers.
Added by J W Latimer on Feb 10, 2013 5:54 PM
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