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|Terry Byars Sofley||Bertha Haden Green|
Would you mind transfering this memorial 103536709 to me? Terry Byars Sofley (#47328711)
Bertha Haden Poindester Mays Green was my great aunt and I am connecting off of the aunts and uncles to their parents, adding bios and photos. I will also be connecting her to her son, Norris and 2nd husband claude Green, both burried in Tenn.
|Lynn Ballard Cunningham||RE: Lee Camp|
I am not related. I have been adding information from "The Georgia Memorial Book," c.1921, which is a compiled list of all Georgia WWI soldiers who died in or as a result of being in WWI. Lee Camp was one of the soldiers that no picture could be found, but was in a list in the book. I think they all need to be honored.
|Eric White||RE: Suwanee Temperance (Lester) Bush|
The only other info I have is that she was born October 2, 1911 and married John E. Bush on March 22, 1980 in Miami, Dade County, FL. The last I know of her, she was in Coral Gables, FL.
|KD Burleson||RE: King Family|
Your very welcome. It was cold, but that usually doesn't hold me back very much. Glad to help out......
|Eric White||Suwanee Temperance (Lester) Bush|
Do you know if Suwanee (Lester) Bush is still living or not? I met her several years ago when I was writing a book on Powder Springs. But I've never been able to find anything saying that she had passed away. I know she would be 104 now.
|Janie Light||RE: Mary Jean Owensby Banks|
It was on page 2 of the paper. Sorry for the confusion.
|lynn pierce||RE: willie mae|
my dad is the son of a willie mae henry,she married jim henry,or I think she did,(we called her mawmaw jim)but my dad is a pierce,,his dad name is jack,,thats all I no of her,,i do have a photo,somewhere of her
|Dianne Wood||RE: Iola Mae Lester O'Neal|
I put her husband's on too.
|Thomas Whitehead||Isham Fuller and John K. Estes|
I am loookinf for information on my gg-grandfather, John Kennedy Estes, Sr., b. 1830 SC, d. Aug. 9, 1862 northern Georgia. He was from Itawamba Co., MS (near today's Plantersville, Lee Co., MS) hHe died from disease during Civil War. His estate paid a Isham Fuller $84.00 to bury him. I am looking for where he is buried and any information on Isham Fuller and where he was living in 1862. Any information would be appreciated.
Thank you for taking the photo of Abraham and Mary Scoggins Leathers!
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