|Elizabeth & Ron (#46962179)|
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Thank you for remembering Mother's (Ann Erbes) Angel Day on July 10. Your kindness and thoughtfulness are greatly appreciated.|
A HUGE thank you to Hans J. from Berlin, Germany, for sending the picture of Mom with a red rose, Angel Day Blessings, and the date. What a beautiful memento for a special Mom on her special day!
She would be very proud to know the picture was sent from Hans in Germany as she was always so proud of her Dad who came from Aufenau, near Frankfort, Germany.
Mom loved being a nurse and helping others. She especially liked to help deliver newborns, and then care for the new babies and the new mothers until they went home. Sometimes she would visit them later at their homes, or they would stop by her home for a visit.
Mom was a very special person. She is loved and missed by so many, but especially by her family and friends.
Thank you for visiting her. God bless you and your loved ones. You are remembered in prayer.
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|With Love, Gen Gal||Ron & Liz|
Thanking you so much for your lovely Mother's Day visit. Blessings Always. Love, Lillie
|D. Gould Hall||RE: Mrs. Howe|
Thank you so much.
|Mary Standridge||Repeat message|
I am so sorry for the many duplicate messages left, my cat jumped up on my keyboard and made I and up with multiple tokens left.
|Mary Standridge||Louie Apple|
Thank you for the beautiful token left for my Dad
|John Flack||Memorial Site #45699638|
For this memorial, two spouses are listed (redundant spouses) and they are both the same. Some how or another these spouses are duplicated.
The birth year of the spouse, Dr. Albert Berry Cooper (#45726715) is: January 13th 1899.
|John Flack||Ann Louise Nixon Cooper Memorial|
I am writing you concerning Mrs. Cooper's memorial site #45699638. I was also born in Shelbyville, TN and am a local historian there in that town of my birth.
Please update her family links as follows:
Please also update her bio information with the following information that has been sourced from the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System in Atlanta, GA. Here is her bio as listed in the Ann N. Cooper Collection there:
Ann Louise Nixon Cooper was born on January 9, 1902 in Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee, to James Henry Nixon and Molly George Nixon, in a family of six and one boy. Reared in Nashville, Tennessee by uncles and an aunt, she was educated in the public school system of Nashville.
In 1922, in Nashville, Ann Louise Nixon married Albert Berry Cooper, Jr. (deceased). Establishing residence in Atlanta, this couple was blessed with four children: Gwendolyn Yvonne Cooper Mannings (deceased), Joyce Nixon Cooper Bobo, Albert Berry Cooper III, and Ann Marie Cooper Hooper.
Shortly after arriving in Atlanta, Mrs. Ann Nixon Cooper assumed the role of a devoted wife, mother, social leader and community volunteer. She was active with the Georgia Dental Society Auxiliary for many years, serving as president at one time.
For the past fifty odd years, Mrs. Cooper has served on the Board of Directors of Gate City Nursery Association, serving as president of the board and organizing the auxiliary to the board as well as serving in other capacities.
Mrs. Ann Louise Nixon Cooper served on the steering committee to organize a black girls club, subsequently becoming the second president of the board and organizing an auxiliary, the Girls Club Guild, which is still active. During the seventies, she served as a tutor to non-readers at Ebenezer Baptist Church. She also served on the Friends of the Library Board, serving at one time as vice president of the board. In 1980 she received a Community Service Award from Channel 11 for being one of the organizers of the black Cub Scouts and serving as the first den mother for four years.
A social leader, Mrs. Cooper belonged to and in some cases is still active in various social clubs such as the Pollyanna Bridge Club (active during the 1920s and 1930s), the Atlanta Chapter of the Links, Inc. (charter member) and the Jovial Coterie Bridge Club (charter member). She is a longtime member of First Congregational Church, where she has been an active member and participates in many activities and organizations.
Because of her wealth of knowledge of early events and life in Atlanta, her lucidity, vivid memory and mental acuity, Mrs. Cooper has been called upon on many occasions as a source of oral history. Curator Carol Merritt of the Herndon House has sought her expertise concerning the social life of the 1920s and the 1930s. Mrs. Cooper has willingly allowed her collection of early wardrobe styles to be displayed at the Herndon House. She has also donated photographs to the Apex Museum.
Ann Louis Nixon Cooper became a member of the Utopian Literary Club circa 1948, and has remained an active member since that time, serving as president, treasurer and secretary at one time or another.
|Ann Marie Middleton||Thank you for adding the memorial for my Aunt Sue Evans|
That was quick!
Ann Marie Middleton
Bay City, Michigan
|Rob Bennett||Robert G. Bennett-#108522485|
Please transfer ownership of this to me, I am his son. Thank you.
|Sherry Smith-Stanford||Dessie Tift # 55555404|
Elizabeth and Ron. While working on my Aunt Dessie Tift's info, I noticed that there are now 2 Memorial pages for her. The other page, started by a Rayla in 2012 and then transferred to me, can be seen at
Not sure if we can merge the 2 pages or what to do. I will get my page updated with her actual birth and death dates soon. I also just found out that here real name was Dessia, not Dessie. I just received her birth certificate. I will get that posted, also. Thanks so much for any help you can lend as to getting these 2 pages merged. sherry smith-stanford
|Janet Stout||James Peterson|
James Peterson is not buried in West Aetna Cem. He is buried in Crapo Cem. Please make this correction. Thank you. Janet
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