|Peggie Hogan Moseley (#47070490)|
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|I have been doing genealogy for about 40 years. Since my retirement from teaching I have been able to give more time to this hobby. Genealogy gives me a feeling of having personally known my ancestors. They tend to become real people rather than just names on a chart. I get a great deal of enjoyment out of honoring my ancestors by registering them in various lineage societies. This is a way of making sure that they are not forgotten. Surnames in my family tree include: Abercrombie, Carroll, Marriott, Warren, Maybank, Swinton, Collins, Youngblood, Pratt, Potts, Johnson, Nevill, Robertson, Hogan, Holton, Terry, Arnold, Winsett, Tucker, Steptoe, Clark, Bonneau, Videau, Harvey, and Goza.|
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|Kerry Girolamo||RE: Talley|
Hi Peggie. Transfer complete along with her husband. Let me know if you find more to transfer. Kerry
|Pamala Metzger Gammill & Teresa Shumaker McMinn||RE: John B. Ward|
You are very welcome, glad to be able to help you, help him.
|Melinda Freeny McKee||RE: William Abercrombie|
You are very welcome. My great grandparents were from Kemper County and I was up there for a family reunion. I search for a cemetery close by that needed pics taken.
|fred rose||RE: Holloway Graves|
U R WELCOME..
|Mary Casey||RE: Baize monument|
|Kay Parker McCary||Margaret Bonneau|
Hi Peggy, Do you happen to know anything about Margaret Bonneau Find A Grave 80818605? This was a baby buried in Hemphill Cemetery. I had a request for more info, but I don't know who she belongs to. I only have the info from my index and that the marker is off the base. I don't know who she is buried by either, I didn't make those kinds of notes. Thanks, Kay
|bobandlib||Freeman / Terry Cemetery, Troup County, GA|
I was just looking at some of the work I've done for findagrave and realized that the pictures I took for this cemetery no longer have my name attached. I'm not sure how that happened, and just wondered if you have any idea. After going to a lot of trouble - driving about 40 miles at my expense to go tromping out in the woods onto private property to take the pictures, I'm more than a little disappointed that I no longer get credit for what I did. Have you known of this to happen before?
|Laura Walker Young||William Bonneau Snow cemetery|
I went to the Snow Cemetery today and was unable to find your request... the Snow cemetery is way back in the woods and I was glad to find that someone has tried to restore it with a new fence and repaired some markers.... but i was unable to find the tombstone as requested.. there are several markers that are blank... so maybe your ancestor was one of those.. I will post pics from the cemetery so you may see.
While at Butter Cemetery took several more Duck photos. Not sure whether you are related but will get those posted soon.
|Conita Williams||RE: William McWilliams|
Glad I could help. I also put on the photo of his wife's inscription, hard to read, of Polly Ann. It was the same stone, just that her inscription was on the back. Best regards, Conita in Arizona
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