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Gayle Leach (#47026012)
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I am a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and I enjoy researching my ancestors very much. I am a 60ish age female, married with two children and two grandsons.
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 • 20 Memorials Added
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Karen Ransom
RE: Mary Phinasee Reed #117288732
What a coincidence, Martin's daughter Martha Elizabeth Reed was my 2nd great grandmother, and was married to Moses Taylor Tanner, (my 2nd great grandfather). I research the Tanner side also. I live in Gainesville. Where do you live? I could meet you there sometime, just let me know when. You can email me at I would love to find out as much as we can about our family! I've only been researching about 5 years, but I love it.
Talk to you soon,
Added by Karen Ransom on Dec 13, 2013 11:05 AM
Karen Ransom
Mary Phinasee Reed #117288732
I was wondering where the Reed Cemetery is in Flowery Branch? Is there any type of tombstone for Mary or Griffin Reed? They are my 4th G-grandparents through their son Martin's line. Any information you might could give me would be very much appreciated.
Thanks, Karen Ransom
Added by Karen Ransom on Nov 26, 2013 7:46 PM
re: Sarah Little
As far as I can tell that photograph of a grave is not legible in any way. Also, it would be the first one I have ever seen that put the name of the cemetery they are buried in.

My info was from my Grandmother's Bible and I will not change it until someone gives me actual proof. Your family are so persistent about this that I feel it is harrassment. Unless and until you actually prove me wrong, the memorial will remain where it is.

Also, those so called annonymous floral tributes are a waste of time, no one is notified when they are added, so no one knows they are there. However, they are inappropriate and against Find A Grave guidelines. I would appreciate it if you removed them and replaced them with appropriate words, like in loving memory or something like that. The edit button is for anything you want me to know.

Thank you
Added by Winnette on Sep 23, 2013 4:41 PM
RE: James Monre Little
You may add photo's if you wish, I created the page when I created the Union Cemetery in Hall County to Find A Grave after walking and photographing the whole Cemetery also. The personal pictures were added by someone else who also seems to be related.
Added by Wren on Sep 18, 2013 5:51 PM
Tanner's at Chestnut Mountain

I just wanted to let you know that I added photos for the Tanner memorials you created at Chestnut Mountain Church Cemetery. I also added some more Tanner memorials with photos. Let me know if any are family and I will be happy to transfer them to you. Also, if you want copies of the photos let me know and I will email them to you.

Added by Jen on Oct 18, 2009 7:01 PM

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