|Evening Blues (#46587085)|
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I have been doing genealogy for the last fifteen years. The main names I am researching are Abernathy, Coley, Higgins, Howell, Knight, Ledford, Roach, Moss, Whitmore, and Williams.|
My other hobby is photography. I take photos of everything from cemeteries to concerts.
If you see any of my photos that are very tiny (ie. the size of a postage stamp), please let me know. Several years ago, the Find A Grave website had a weird glitch that made dozens and dozens of my photos the size of a thumbnail pic. I did not upload these tiny pictures. If you will let me know, I can hopefully replace them with a normal size picture.
Please note that I don't have editorial control over memorials that are listed as famous. If changes or corrections need to be made, please contact the Find A Grave admins.
I have created a website dedicated to my family cemetery, the Old Macedonia Cemetery of Bartow County. You can find it by following the link below.
And please be aware that just because I have taken a cemetery photo, it does not mean that I operate the cemetery or have anything to do with the cemetery. I only took a photograph.
Any photos that were taken by me may be used on genealogy websites such as ancestry.com. You have my permission. All I ask is that I am given photography credit.
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|Rita Wehunt-Black||Martin Wehunt, Memorial #15010863|
Hi Evening Blues,
Could you transfer Martin Wehunt, memorial #15010863, at Nimberwill Baptist Church, Lumpkin County, Georgia to my care. I would like to link him to his parents and grandparents. I will take good care of him.
Thanks for all the work you have done and continue to do.
Rita Wehunt-Black (ID#48110921)
|Tweety Emmett||Andersonville National Cemetery Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia|
I wanted to ask your permission to copy and publish your photograph of the Andersonville National Cemetery in Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, to my public family tree, if permission is granted to me I will cite the photograph as yours. Thank you.
|lmb||Swann & Alaska|
Thank you so much for transferring my uncle and aunt. I will take good care of their memorial.
Added by lmb on Feb 22, 2015 3:43 PM
|lmb||Swann & Alaska Benefield|Added by lmb on Feb 22, 2015 3:43 PM
|Karla Calhoun||Ab enathy family pictures|
Thanks so much for adding the pics and info to this memorial. I am looking for family pictures, particularly for Sarah Eliza's brother Zephaniah Abernathy and his wives and children to add to my husbands family history. He descends from Fannie L.Abernathy whose father was John f. abernathy of Bartow, GA.
Thank you for the transfer of Mary and John Abrams. I really appreciate your reply and transfer. Medora FJJ
|Susan Barnes||NATHANS' FATHER|
Are you sure that his father was Miles? My cousin Jill did research years ago and found his father to be Robert and mother as Sarah (a cousin).
She list Miles as a brother who married Usley Bracher 1st and Nilly Harwell second. He was born in 1750
She shows Nathan as born in 1765.
Thank you for any help.
Susan Abernathy Barnes
Gaston County, North Carolina
|Alicia Horn||Carroll/Carrell Family|
I am looking for any information on the Carroll family. You have James D and his wife Lucinda's information. I was wondering if you could help me out with the information on their children.
Thanks so much.
I am the one changing the place of birth for Henningsen. I base my information on a biography of his sister, Josephine Amelia de Henningsen (d. 1904 in South Africa) aka Notre Mere Sr. Marie Gertrude, who recounted their childhood and that the family lived in Brussels until the revolution of 1830. Only the boys were baptized in England, while the girls were baptized in France. The family, except the father, were raised as devout Catholics. Father was John Charles Henningsen, from Denmark, and the mother was Louisa Burke, from Ireland. The sister recounted stories of her elder brother's adventuresome spirit in Brussels, and that he taught her how to use a sword (which she found useful when she was guarding children under her charge during a native uprising in SA.
I hope you find my information sufficient to accept.
Added by Maclilus on Jan 19, 2015 9:36 PM
|Penny Argroves Holmes||John Hames|
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