|Robert [Bob] K.Nobles,Jr (#47373088)|
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I retired from the USAF in 1968 with 20yr 5mos 25dys. I graduated in 1970 from Wilcox County High School. I wanted a good back ground for College. I graduated from Middle Georgia College in 1972 and completed my final years at Georgia Southwestern Colllege at Americus., Georgia.|
I spent my whole Career teaching "Georgia History & Governnment" to the 8th Grade at Pulaski County Middle & High School. I retired 31 May 1994 with 25 yrs service.
I belong to the Central Georgia Genealogical Society. While a member I completed the Orange Hill Cemetery of Hawkinsville. The undertaker said "He wouldn' be caught without it". Also published by CGGS was my Marriages., Deaths etc..,covering the Newspapers from Hawinsville., Ga 1870 to @1888. It sold many copies.
I also belong to the Huxford Genealogical Society. This society has published Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia. Tweleve (12) volumes todate.
They as well as CGGS publish a Quarterly. Some of my sketches appear in their Books.
I am one of Charter members of the FIrst Families of Georgia.
My last project was a labor of love for my ancestors buried at Cool Springs Primitive Baptist Church near Danville in Twiggs County., Georgia. Cool Springs Primitive Baptist Church History and Cemetery Genealogy., Twiggs County., Georgia., Bicentennial Commemorative Edition., 1809 - 2009 By: William J. "Jim" Carroll & Robert "Bob" K. Nobles., Jr. This book can be obtained for a $50 donation to the Cool Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Fund. Postage is $5. Three people donated $5,000.00 to publish this book, they are Wiiliam J. "Jim" Carroll of Dewy Rose., Ga., John Willliam Kirkpatrick., Jr., of Cary., Ga. & Robert "Bob" K. Nobles., Jr. of Rochelle, Ga.
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|Marsha Allen Durrance||Edward Purser|
Changes Made. He is in my tree too!
|Winnette||Re: How do we determine duplicates?|
The person who enteres it first has a smaller memorial number than the last one entered. Has that changed too and no one let us know?
Added by Winnette on Apr 03, 2014 7:27 PM
|Emery 1959||Infant Hicks|
Infant Hicks (119935282) has been updated to include parents. Thanks for the info.
|R & R||RE: Thelma Jameson|
I am not nitpicking as you call it. It is Find A Grave policy.
Find A Grave:
Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings please place this information in the bio and use the family links. Do not include honorary or other suffixes in the Last Name field."
Added by R & R on Mar 05, 2014 10:06 AM
|Pat & Mac Hancock||Lloyd Ples & Naomi Newell Gibbs|
Thanks for the info Bob..I've just linked them to their son. I knew Judy, but didn't know where she was buried. I also know her granddaughter and plan to ask her for Ronnie's birth date to complete his memorial. Pat
|Brad Foster||Phoebe Paulk #63367636|
I have linked her parents with her memorial page. Thanks for sharing the info!
|Pat & Mac Hancock||Lee Musselwhite Bolin|
Thank you for the info. I've connected her to her parents. Pat
|Judy Annis||Charles G Pope-Woodlawn|
I rec your message. There is a conflict with the death cert # 7115 you posted and the info in your message you asked me to cut and paste. Does the death cert contain errors. I did notice that your message state Charles G as the father, but the death cert states J F born NC as the father. What would me to do?
|Anonymous||RE: Dr. Rober Whitman|
The transfer has been made. I was so sorry to hear the news about Whit Tuesday night! I am originally from Eastman, GA and he was my doctor when I got my first pair of contacts my senior year of high school in 1976. He was just out of school and was working in Dublin with Dr. Lozier. (Many moons ago). I came to Georgia Southern in Statesboro and stayed after school, so our paths have crossed during the years in the same town for 35 years. My grandfather was a farmer and I remember going with him to Lord's for selling and processing pork. Lots of good memories!
|Pat & Mac Hancock||Re: David Wiley, Emma & James Urquhart|
Bob, thank you for the info on the above as well as the links you provided. It has been a very big help to me.
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