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GMG (#47391530)
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Bio Photo My name is George Muse Gaston and for the last many years I have been tracing my family ancestors by walking through old family cemeteries and checking with county registers where known relatives have lived. It all started when I was nine or ten, helping a 1st cousin on my father's side of the family. For several weeks "Aunt Puddie", as she was known lovingly by the family, and I would head out early in the morning searching for old grave stones from Savannah to Edgefield, South Carolina. I can't remember who we were looking for, but I learned a lot about our family and the social history of the South.

Family ancestors that I am researching are: Gaston, Muse, Devlin, McKell, Bell, Agnew, Bradley, Montgomery, Pressly, Alston, Lyon, Glenn, Miller, Flenniken, Moore, May, Mangum, Weir, Goode, Greneker, Calhoun, DeWolfe, Dickinson, Rosborough, Emory, Service, Barnhill, Boykin, Wilkinson, Nicholson, Hemphill, Howard, deKoven, Sebor, Sheldon, Gardiner, Ochiltree, Howell, Ladd, Witherspoon, Schley, Snellings, Lankford, Kyte, Kimball and Kerr. Find-a-Grave has been invaluable with my journey.

You'll see many entries here from the old family church, Cedar Springs Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1780) in Abbeville County, South Carolina. I have fond memories of going there as a child and having "dinner on the grounds" after Sunday services. Here I have many relatives and always enjoy stopping by and having a long visit when I am in the area.

Since joining "find-a-grave" I have met many wonderful people and appreciate their help in my never ending search of ancestors past. If I can be of help to you in your searches, please email and I will try my best to assist.
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Bjensen
William Bell II- FAG #25402886
I was wondering if you had explored the issue with his wives as shown on Find A Grave? One being Ann Montgomery, the other Margaret Montgomery. birth dates are similar, however death dates are about 25 years different. Do you think they may be the same person? Other thoughts? Thanks, Bob.
Added by Bjensen on Mar 27, 2015 7:09 AM
dm wms
Re: Thomas Moir Gardiner # 100772262
I have added his burial information. Thanks for sharing it.
Added by dm wms on Mar 14, 2015 12:52 AM
Barry Colbaugh
Article
The Alliance Plowboy
Wednesday October 2nd, 1895
From Gainesville Public Library Microfilm reels Obituaries

Mrs. W. E. Jones, one of the most estimable in the county and this State, died in her home in Duluth on September 29th 1895. She had been a patient sufferer for about a year or more.
In local happenings: C.H. Smith, her cousin attended the funeral
Added by Barry Colbaugh on Mar 12, 2015 8:47 PM
Jerry Owen
RE: Henry and Elizabeth Garrett
The Garrett Cemetery is just another lost cemetery, probably with the graves of forgotten people. Personally, I am pleased that someone knows about some of the people in that cemetery.

Time, loggers and hunters take their toll on cemeteries lost in the woods.

And it's a pleasure to do business with you.

Jerry W. Owen
Ripley, MS
Added by Jerry Owen on Mar 11, 2015 12:02 PM
Wes Phinney
Jane Lewis - Fishing Creek
Have added Abraham Miller as suggested. Was Jane born in SC? Ohio? Do you know?
Wes
Added by Wes Phinney on Mar 02, 2015 6:33 AM
Record Hunter
Just want to Know
Hello again. Would you please answer a question for me. As required by Find A Grave Rules, we can no longer scan obituaries to memorials. I now rewrite the obituaries in my own words, not verbatim and excluded any living persons, as required. Do you still want me to send obits this way. If you do not wish to enter such info, would you please let me know so I will not bother you anymore. According to Find A Grave Rules we can still scan death certificates, is it alright to add death certificates to your memorials? Thanks a regards.
Added by Record Hunter on Feb 18, 2015 8:58 AM
Jan McKee
RE: Jean Bentley [Gaston] Barton
Thank you so much for the compliment, you are very welcome.
Added by Jan McKee on Feb 17, 2015 3:18 PM
Graver Gal
RE: Virginia N. Hurst Bain
If you are related, I would be glad to transfer her to you. Just let me know.
Added by Graver Gal on Feb 09, 2015 12:25 PM
Virginia D
RE: Mary Green Bissell
Captain Price was also one of the pioneer merchants in St. Louis (do not know his specialty). I'm pleased that his rank revealed his participation in the War of 1812.
Virginia

Added by Virginia D on Jan 25, 2015 1:35 PM
Virginia D
RE: Bissell siblings
You are very welcome.
Virginia
Added by Virginia D on Jan 19, 2015 2:33 PM
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