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E. David Flanders (#46578125)
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Bio Photo Born in Savannah, GA on September 21st 1951 to Edward M. Flanders and Wilma Phillips Flanders.
Served in the US Naval Reserve from 1970-1976, two of those years on active duty. Served in Vietnam 1972-73. Married Carol Ann Ambrose on October 30th 1971. Have two sons, Jonathan 40 and Robert 36. Retired from Federal Civil Service after 35 years on 30 September 2006. Have one grand daughter 18. I now reside in Statesboro, GA. My family originated from Emanuel County Georgia around the Blundale/
Swainsboro area.
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Marsha Carlton
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Hi David! I might have found some helpful hints to aid in your search. is an article I found online regarding the cemetery (looks like it might be pretty new!)

And also I have a new location for it... The actual address is 1090 Cowford Bridge Road, Swainsboro, GA. (There is actually a Flanders Road that is nearby.) This would be in Emanual County, Georgia. That's why it's not showing up in Montgomery and Google Maps freaked out when we searched for it. Also worth noting is that the cemetery itself is not listed on Google Maps, but you should find it at this address.

I hope this helps. :) Best of luck.
Added by BB on Jun 12, 2011 9:24 AM
Marsha Carlton
thank you
I was searching for famiy history when I came across a picture of Kenny. I was shocked of course, but I am grateful to you for creating this record of his gravesite. You are a wonderful man and I thank you for loving Kenny...and for all the kind words you have said of him. God bless you and your family, love Marsha
Added by Marsha Carlton on Mar 01, 2011 5:03 PM

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