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Chryse Wayman (#47104160)
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Bio Photo I photograph in the Dunwoody, GA area including the Bennett Rainey Family, Ebenezer Primitive, Eidson, New Hope, North Atlanta Memorial (aka Laurelwood), Powers Family, Stephen Martin, and Winters Chapel Methodist Church cemeteries.

I'm always researching my maternal relatives - Panaritis, Malalas, Mallas, Yhuntis. As most were not born in the US, they are difficult to trace but our hope is Greek records will be available soon.

I'm researching paternal relatives from England and Holland (Mayflower), Nantucket/Cape Cod, Barnstable, Guilford North Carolina, and cities in Indiana. These surnames include Barnard, Coffin, Folger, Franklin, Gardner, Gorham, Hamilton, Howland, Macy, Mitchell, Paddock, Robertson, Starbuck, Swain, Tilley. Traveling across this country, researching in teensy libraries and the National Archives locating their records is easy. I am incredibly fortunate as these lines are well documented.

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Diane Gravlee
RE: Bethia Macy memorial
I have added information about Paul's two marriages to his memorial so it is more complete. Will you be creating a memorial for Deborah, his second wife, in the Mill Creek Friends Cemetery, or do you want me to do that. I have her dates and her parents' names. I assume that Deborah is buried there with Paul. Correct me if I am wrong.
Added by Diane Gravlee on May 01, 2015 7:40 AM
Diane Gravlee
RE: Bethia Macy memorial
I would love the electronic copies of the Quaker records. And thank you for looking into Paul Macy's marriages and moving Bethia to NC. Yes, his second wife was Deborah. My daughter-in-law's mother was a Macy, the daughter of Rev. Victor Macy. Victor is a direct descendant of Paul & Bethia. You can send the records to my regular email address:
Added by Diane Gravlee on Apr 30, 2015 9:08 PM
Pat Beaudoin
Your request for photo
Hi Chryse,
I nl longer live in the Sevier area so I am sorry to tell you I can't look for your request.

Added by Pat Beaudoin on Apr 30, 2015 5:11 PM
Nettie Anderson Lord # 141549255...
Wow! Thanks for all that information you gave me, and for creating a new memorial for her with the correct info. I had no idea that Dunwoody Cemetery was an older name for New Hope Cemetery! That's very important for me to know, as there are several ancestors buried at New Hope! Thanks for all your hard work in researching where she might be buried. That must have taken some time to do! Even though you didn't find a headstone for her, it gives me the important fact that she's not buried at the Methodist Church Cemetery. She might be at New Hope, but like you said, she might not have a headstone - and I also didn't know that, at that time, husbands might not have paid for a headstone. I learned some valuable things from you today! Thank you so much for your help!

Cheryl (genhopes)
Added by genhopes on Apr 29, 2015 5:05 PM
Jana H
Willie Mae Thomason(Blackburn)
Hi I'm hoping you can help me correct some errors. Myra Thomason and Willie Mae Thomason buried in Warsaw Cemetery. Mr T first wife was also Willie Mae (Blackburn) Thomason and is buried at Eidson Cem in DeKalb. Records are confused. First Mrs T had 4 children.Inez,Marie,William and Robert but they are listed with 2nd Mrs. T as her children.
Mr T should be at Warsaw with Mrs T#17475983. Mrs T(Blackburn) #144494188 should be Eidson with children listed as hers. Hope this is clearer than confusing!! Thanks if you can help us in any way. Jana
Added by Jana H on Apr 28, 2015 1:06 AM
Diane Gravlee
Bethia Macy memorial
Do you have a document or record that puts her burial in Old Mill Creek Cemetery in Ohio? Bethia Macy (#135010397). I know her husband, Paul, is buried there, but she died in Guilford County, NC. before the move to Ohio. I believe she is not buried in Ohio, but in North Carolina. Thanks for your help in figuring this out. And I would appreciate your thoughts on this.
Diane (related to Macys through my daughter-in-law)
Added by Diane Gravlee on Apr 26, 2015 1:49 PM
Lisa T
Margaret Elizabeth Spruill Lord
Thank you so very much for posting the photo of Margarete's headstone. It's a huge help!
Added by Lisa T on Apr 20, 2015 7:43 PM
Robert Brotherhood
RE: Sarah A Boyles:Memorial# 135380149
Thank you for your kind words.
I once saw a name (like Williams) with LLLL and thought: impossible, so I corrected it.
Via all names with 4 consecutive letters can be listed, so I corrected them. Then I saw switched letters like Goerge (George), and omissions like Willam (WillIam), etc. When correcting them I came across dates: died before born.... Now some 14,000 corrections.... After the correction has been accepted I check for duplicates. Some 400 found so far.
And I hope more people can now find their ancestors!
A wonderful site: Findagrave.
Have a nice day.
Added by Robert Brotherhood on Apr 01, 2015 2:05 PM
Thanks so much for the great photos of the memorials belonging to Annie Lorene Tyndall and her daughter, Janice Edna Phillips!
Added by BertP on Mar 28, 2015 1:12 AM
RE: W H Ross
Good Morning Chryse.
Thanks for the offer.
Every once in awhile I take off looking for him. I am pretty sure he was a casualty of the Battle for Atlanta. I have heard that the CSA soldiers buried in Oakland were casualties and most were unknowns, but W. H. Ross was right there as I was walking across to visit the site beyond the CW area and I figured it was meant to be. Especially seeing that it was set out that way.
My friend's middle name is W. and from Miss. so I thought that they might be connected somehow. The W stands for Williford which is not very common.
The "Very Best" to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Mar 27, 2015 3:20 AM
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