I began researching my family history in 2002 more from "curiosity" than hobby. Genealogy has since become a most treasured pastime. I have documented my Fuller line back to the mid-1700s -and continuing my quest. My love for cemeteries came shortly after discovering a more than 125+ year old - practically abandoned - cemetery in Russell Co., Alabama where my great-grandparents are buried. Born in 1960 - I never knew them (they died in 1934 and 1936 respectively). Further research proved more than 50 related descendants in the same cemetery - and suddenly I was hooked! I enjoy researching, documenting, photographing and logging family descendants - at the same time; helping others who are searching for their ancestors final resting place in the city I live. A posting on a message board might catch my eye and I offer to assist if I can. I also love to log and post photographs of non-related grave markers/stones in hopes my contributions may one day help others find their long-lost descendants....If your need is in the Atlanta area, feel free to reach out to me.......JF
Our family has been looking for a very long lost family member (my paternal Grandad) by the name of Jack E Dudley. Thru our search we have stumbled upon this site and was wondering if he may be one in the same. Much of the info on him matches his from what we have.
I was hoping you might have a picture of him so we might be able to compare.
Here is to hoping we can put a long lost mystery to rest....
William A Fuller I am sorry Jon, but when I click family links I can only add Parents and Spouse? I am confused by what you want me to do to the children. I think the person that maintains the children will have to add the parents.
RE: Concord and Old Concord Cemeteries Hi, I can request the cemeteries be merged under the name Concord Cemetery (since there's a sign designating it as such) and AKA as Old Concord Cemetery. After the merge each entry that's a duplicate can be merged into each other.
Leave all of your entries so as to preserve photos and links on the merged memorials; yours are oldest as is the original cemetery placed on the Find A Grave site, and this cemetery reflects the name on the sign.
Thanks for answering - we'll get it all fixed :) Karyn