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|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||Hi!|
Hope you are doing well & had a blessed holiday season! You may have already seen this, but thought I'd share it in case you hadn't. Check out this link--
Mentioned some familiar names! :)
|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||RE: Hard Vernon Sirmans|
I had friended on Facebook a lady named Margaret Sirmans, perhaps you know her? She told me she was married to Paul Sirmans. I went to his page and Vanessa Pace had posted that pic on there. I asked if I could share it & posted it on Find A Grave with their permission. I love old pics too, especially when I know who's in them. :)
|Jason Miller||Hustus Studstill, Jr|
Im not sure why it is not showing up. Sometimes if you do not put them in a cemetery,and they are not cremated, but you do list a county and state it will not show up. I do know he died in Russell County, Alabama through documents I have obtained through the courts. He was preaching at two places during the time of his death, one in Early County Georgia and One in Russell County. His grave was probably unmarked or destroyed over time since he died in 1836. Of course his wife and children moved back to present day lanier County, Ga to be With his in laws the Sirmon family. The Sirmons and Studstill families both originally came from Bulloch County Ga and Moved to the Lowndes County Area!
|Jim Bass||Sirmans Transfer is completed|
So glad this will be managed by a relative.
Added by Jim Bass on Jul 27, 2013 7:19 PM
|Karen (Ogburn) Lint||RE: Gwen L. Pearson|
But if you wish to use them, you are welcome to do so, anyway. Glad to hear your mother is fine.
|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||Sirmans/Sirmons|
So, maybe the beginning was the "Sirmans" and somewhere in between there, it "branched" off in to "Sirmons". I know Mr. Huxford was very particular to get his info correct, so it's intriging to know that his Vol. 1 starts out with the "Sirmans" spelling.... :)
|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||"Pioneers of the Wiregrass"|
According to Vol 1 -
SIRMANS, Josiah 1767-1830 LANIER
JOSIAH SIRMANS was born in 1767 in Pitt County, North Carolina, a son of Edward Sirman or Sirmans. The family moved to Georgia in the 1780s and Josiah married Harty, daughter of Thomas Hardeman of Effingham County. They were married in 1790. To Josiah and Harty were born:
1. Benjamin b. 1792, m. Martha Johnson, daughter of David.
2. Abner b. 1793, m. Elizabeth Kirkland, daughter of Richard.
3. Rachel b. 1794, m. Hustus Studstill.
4. Elizabeth b. 1795, m. Dryden Newbem.
5. Sarah Ann b. 1797, m. _____ Adams of Florida.
6. Jonathan b. 1800, m. Martha Rouse
7. Joseph b. 1808, m. (1) Rebecca Smith, daughter of William (2) Mr. Sallie Burkhalter Howell.
|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||Sirmons/Sirmans info|
Your Memorial# 113621697 for Jonathon Sirmons. I thought you might want to link him to his parents.
Memorial# 31348928 - Josiah Sirmans is his father.
Memorial# 31295725 - Harty Hardeman Sirmans is his mother.
Thank you for your time & your work!
Hope you have a lovely day! :)
|Cat||RE: Sirmans or Sirmons|
Can you send me the edit request for Hard V sirmans. I would be happy to transfer for direct relatives. I am helping with a project to get all the Cook county cemeteries posted and photographed. Cat
Added by Cat on Jul 16, 2013 8:11 AM
|Karen (Ogburn) Lint||RE: Frederick E. Pearson|
I just wanted you to see where his final reating place looks like. It is a lovely cemetery>
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