I have been interested in genealogy and cemeteries for a while now. Curiousity of my own family roots "Mygrant" got me started taking photos of graves. I have just begun uploading to Find a Grave. Hopefully I will get what I have uploaded soon.
Trooper Jim H Massey If it's possible could you transfer the memorial of Jim Henry Massey # 127521088 to us. He was a veteran of our organization in Word War 1. For the centennial of the World War , we are trying to bring together all of the Troopers, of the era. Much thanks in advance.
Marvin McKie You placed a photo on this marker on Find A Grave. Since I made this memorial, I have discovered he has one at Andersonville as well. However, I found the military records today, that show he is missing. Do you know if his body was ever recovered.
Came across some information pertaining to date and death of Ruby. According to Georgia Deaths Index 1914 - 1927 FHL Film # 2294795 lists date of birth as June 8, 1918 and date of death as June 3, 1919.
Nancy Pitts Where were you when you took this photo? Did you not notice the dates were not correct. Were you in an abandoned cemetery in Crisp Co. or the town of Pitts? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also was this a cemetery that was currently being buried it today? There is a town of Pitts that is in Wilcox Co. and folks are burying them in this old family cemetery
Thank you My father's third marriage was to a horrible greedy women. My father passed with a large estate. His request was to be buried next to his mother and father in Wilmington, N.C. Now he is in Georgia far from me. He was diagnosed with alzheimers and the wife and daughter proceeded to change the wills and obtain power of attorney. My husband and I are financially secure and chose not to involve ourselves in their greed. But they dishonored his burial wish and I had to find out where they were taking him from the internet. I thank you so much for this picture. I hope it is a temporary headstone because it looks so plain and cheap. These people were always proclaiming what devout Christians they were. It still sickens me today. The photographs you take are more than just a headstone. There is a long story of love and pain and I am comforted by that photograph. Thank you for your unselfish interest in the lives of others. Again thank you. Alice Wright