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|Judy Jett Rivers||McCain Family|
The photos you have added are members of my mother's family. Owens McCain was my grandfather and he is pictured with his 5 oldest children - Marjorie Obeara McCain, Owens Hugo McCain, John Winford McCain, Opal Imogene McCain [my mother], Thelma Louise McCain, and Arthur Franklin McCain. The second photo is Owens McCain and Carrie Belle Lovelady McCain - and his father John Madison McCain.
|Carol||Find a grave #55001617|
Lizzy Morgan was born July 20,1890 - died 1892. According to Mt Zion Church records. Can you make a correction?
Added by Carol on Sep 11, 2016 7:52 PM
|Jeanna Brewer||Great grandparents|
Georgia Huckby Mattox 43767121 this is my great grandmother.
Walter Mattox 43767122 is my great grandfather would you transfer them to me please?
|Sharon Stewart||Moores & Smiths|
Would you please link Cora Smith Moore Memorial #73761052 to her parents: Daniel C. Smith Memorial #73761049 and Margaret Clark Smith Memorial #73761050.
Thanks, Sharon Stewart
|Lanny Cauthen||Henry Stipe|
Most sources state that Henry Stipe died in 1850, but his obituary contradicts this. From the "Southern Christian Advocate" (Methodist), issue of Nov. 29, 1860:
Mr. Henry Stipe, Sr., was born in Germany about the year 1772 and died at the house of his daughter (Jane Stipe Reeves) in Campbell Co., Ga., 27th Oct. 1860, being in his 89th year.
He had been a pious member of the M. E. Church for many years. He was a man of unspotted integrity, constant diligence and never ceasing energy all of which attributes were great succors in aiding him through the many vicissitudes of the eureclydon of life with unusual facility...He had been for several years totally blind; but notwithstanding this great misfortune, he was a regular attendant at church, and enjoyed himself better than might be expected. During the last twelve months of his life his extraordinary vigor became debilitated, and being ready at any time to leave the troubles of this world, he would sometimes express his yearnings to die. He was heard during the night of his death: praying that he might go soon. He maintained his mental powers to the last. On being told he was dying, he responded, "let me go." He bid all farewell and sank into the arms of Jesus.
|Staci Webb||Transfers of memorials|
Hey Wendy, I wanted to see if you would transfer my Grandparents memorials over to me. They are # 55258444 and # 72442768 Mary Louise Martin Gann and Newt Lee Gann. Thank you so much for making them and for the pictures. Stacy
Hi. I see you made a note on the memorial for Eugene Strickland. He was my husband's great-uncle, brother of Winford Strickland, b. 1908. I can't find any record of Winford after the 1940 census, although my husband's mom & grandmother told him that Winford died pretty young in a sawmill accident. I wondered if you might have come across Winford in any of your research?
There are duplicate records created for Thomas J. Bryant and Hattie Arbell Varnon. The first two have the wrong cemetery.
THe duplicates have the correct Cemetery.
Added by RGW on Apr 06, 2016 1:27 PM
|Arabelle||Nancy Owen #14150292|
Hi there! I appreciate your photo of Nancy's headstone at Upper Cane Creek. However, it appears that there are 2 duplicates of the same headstone photo. (Most likely a server error occurred when you uploaded it...I've had the same problem with my uploads, before Ancestry bought the site.) Would you please delete the 2 extra duplicates? Again, thanks so much for all your contributions and your help! Have a great day! :)
Added by Arabelle on Mar 23, 2016 9:04 AM
|Joan Murphy||J W Smith Marriages|
You show a Josephine Della Gover Smith at Snow Methodist Cemetery Unadilla, Dooly County, GA as having been to a Joseph W Smith and a J W Smith. I am sorry but J. W. Smith could not have been married to her. He was my Grandmotherís brother.
According family records, censuses and other research J. W. Smith you show in Snow Methodist Church Cemetery in Unadilla, Dooly County, GA was John Wesley Smith. He married Lena Lenora King in 1894 according to the 1900 U. S. Federal Census for Byromville, Dooly County, GA. I have a photo of the couple with their first daughter born in 1895. They had about seven children. Lena died in March of 1916 and he married a widow woman named Ethel Wadsworth and they were married until his death in 1948.
Lena Lanora King was born May 12, 1871 and died March 20, 1916. She is also buried in Snow Cemetery.
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