|Sheila 231||Sarah Elton Mitchell Dobbins|
Wanted to know how you determined that her maiden name is Mitchell. The marriage record says Sarah SEAY, and is married to Moses Waddel Dobbins who she is buried next to. Moses is my 2nd Great Grand Uncle.
I have entered my husbands Dobbins at Midway Cemetery, Cobb County, GA and Watkins at Mountain View Cemetery. Are you related to these lines of Dobbins or Watkins. sdobbins
|Capt 8178||RE: Choice Griffin Watkins|
Your welcome and we wish we could have found him!
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||George Griffin Watkins|
I have no idea. I added this from a copy of the death certificate. This is a huge overgrown cemetery that covers four huge corners. The lady and her husband added some names this weekend. It is hilly terrain - the kudzu, briars, grasses and weeds have taken over in many parts - also crumbling walls, trees down, etc. For the last 40 years, the cemetery has been allowed to grow up. To see the death certificate - go to Georgia Virtual Vault, then scroll down and click on "Death Certificates". Place the name in the search line as I have it and it will come up and you can see what you think. My email is WindyWindy1919@yahoo.com.
|Ann||William Pyke in Oakwood Cemetery|
I went today to try to get the pics for you. The stones for William and Annie (his wife) Pyke are currently under water and ice. I will go again in about 1 month after they have dried out abit. I have added the info I got from the cemetery office for Annie to FindAGrave.com. I have 1 photocopy of interment info plus 1 sheet of info on both people and the temporary photo I took of Annie's marker. If you would like them emailed to you, contact me.
Have a great day.
Added by Ann on Apr 02, 2008 11:58 AM
I went to the Ebenezer Cemetery today. unfortunately I didn't find the graves you've listed. There are alot of unmarked graves in this cemetery over 30 or more. I have added everyone with a stone to Find A Grave along with a picture. Please contact me if you need anything else.
Stay tuned because I have about 550 to 600 more picture to go thru and I know there are more Dobbin's to be entered at the Marietta City Cemetery. It will take some time to get thru them all. I will be going back to St. Louis this Thursday and will in all probability not return to finish the job there. It is a great cemetery to walk thru and see all the history of the people there. The oldest I have found is Millie Baber born 1762. Before the revolution and also before the Civil War when she was called away.
Do you want other Dobbins that are buried in Marietta Confederate Cemetery? I took several today of a Dobbins family plot. Actually I will be adding about 675 names and pictures to that cemetery soon. Harold