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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Over the years I have left hundreds of memorial notes on Confederate veteran's FindAGrave memorial pages, using the Confederate Flag as a symbol. Recently I discovered the flag had been replaced with flowers. If you see one of my memorial messages left on a memorial page with flowers instead of the flag, please notify me so that I can make the appropriate changes.|
Sons of Confederate Veterans Compatriot - Camp No. 1921 - The Tallassee Armory Guards.
Please feel free to use/share photographs and other historical information I've posted to memorials.
The Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society has endorsed FindAGrave and as a member of that society I have visited many cemeteries and added graves/memorials on its behalf.
I manage several hundred memorials in Chambers County, AL that Hank Rogers transferred over to me before he became inactive with F.A.G.
Also, most of the very old newspaper items on my memorials are through the courtesy of F.A.G. Member #47182102 who has painstakingly transcribed volumes of "The LaFayette Sun", the official newspaper of Chambers County, Alabama.
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|Sherrell Bozeman||RE: Copelands at Lusk Cemetery|
Happy to do it.
|texastee ||RE: Ada Knowles|
Oh Thank you so very, very much for the transfer and for taking such good care of the memorial...I will strive to do the very same. Blessings Vicki
Added by texastee on Jun 30, 2015 9:13 PM
Thanks! Not a problem; appreciate all of your help.
Added by JC on Jun 30, 2015 11:53 AM
|Pat Brennan||RE: Jeptha Seaborn Sutton|
Thank you for the info. I was hoping that this was new. I took this exact pic back in 2011 when I discovered these covered up graves with the help of a neighbor. As far as I know they had not been seen for at least 200 years. We investigated this area for at least 3 hours to no avail but when we were leaving the neighbor stumped his toe on one of the edges of a grave. It took us hours to uncover the 2 graves (which just happened to be my 3rd Great grandfather's and his son's)and the stone to which to this date I have no idea the writing. Of all the graves that were buried there we just happened to find those two which I of course know was a higher power. I was hoping that someone else had been there and discovered the remaining 30 some odd graves or decifered what the other stone we found said?
|Bill ||RE: Henry William Clark|
Well, hello cousin!
I have often wondered how many of my great grandfathers books are floating around out there.
Henry W. Clark II moved to Henderson KT in late 1800s and then St. Louis in 1899 or 1900. Henry W. Clark III remained in St. Louis.
Henry William Clark IV
Added by Bill on Jun 28, 2015 12:01 AM
|Pat Brennan||Jeptha Seaborn Sutton|
I see you added this family member of mine and you added a pic. From where did you take this picture of this grave?
|Bill ||Henry William Clark|
I am Henry William Clark IV, great grandson of Henry William Clark of Montgomery Alabama, whose genealogy you have posted on this site. While my great grandfather self-published many copies of his genealogy, I'm curious how you came to be the poster of our genealogical information.
H. William "Bill" Clark - Missouri
Added by Bill on Jun 22, 2015 10:36 AM
|Pat Collinsworth Huish||RE: Sarah Lucy Johnston Pate|
Thank you for your response. I only know what the records say. I was just thinking maybe someone else might know enough the solve the discrepancy. Hopefully, someone will read this post and know more about the family.
Again, thank you for what you do.
|Pat Collinsworth Huish||Sarah Lucy Johnston Pate|
I was doing some research on the Johnston line.
Loucinda Johnston is on the 1850 census, living with her parents. Yet Sarah Lucy Johnston Pate was married in 1843 Georgia, and had her first child by 1846.
It seems that these two cannot be the same person. Could there be a Loucinda born in 1820 and a Sarah Lucy born in 1821?
Would appreciate hearing from you about this family. Thank you.
|Birdgirl||RE: Othenial Husky Brooks|
You are welcome. If I run across any more, I'll let you and others know.
Added by Birdgirl on Jun 15, 2015 5:44 PM
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