|Jane Branum (#47217119)|
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|Sharon Frank Patrick||John Jean in Franklin Ga|
The Heard County Museum might have the info that you are seeking. They have books and files on the citizens in Heard County.
They are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 -12:00 and 1:00 - 5:30 Eastern time
It seems like I was told that he is the first to be buried in the city cemetery, but I am not sure. That part of the cemetery has been taken over by woods.
|Margie Abbe||Transfer Georgia Jean Lewis|
Jane, I received your request about transferring Georgia's information to you. I know that she is your Mother-in-law. Georgia was very dear to me and as I grew up, I thought of her like my sister. Her parents and my Mother's family were very close friends, more like relatives. Georgia stayed with us during the week so that she could work at the Post Office and attend school. Anyway, I will transfer her to you in a short time. I have a picture that I want to add to it, so when I find it and get it attached, I'll transfer then.
I do have a question to ask you. I had a letter from her, telling me that she had an implant put in her back and she was feeling so much better. Then the next thing I heard she was gone. I just wondered what caused her death? I had an implant put in my back on the 5th of April this year. It has helped me a great deal, but have had a few problems. Would you please let me hear from you. My email address is email@example.com.
Thank you, Margie Abbe
Could you send me a link number to him. I cant seem to find a James Deveny or let me know what cemetery. I will transfer him to you if you like. I dont think I know anything about him. Deb
|MegaFluffyJ||sorry but wanted|
to let you know that the grave for William H Kennedy is also unmarked in case you are doing research HTH
According to the current list of internments there is not a gravemarker for Mary Magdeline or her husband George. It could be they had stones as markers and when the cemeterys combined or during care of grounds those were moved. I have walked this cemetery quite a few times for photos.
It means if you are related I take your membership # and put it in the place where it says transfer to. Then you can put what ever you want and connect the people. Right now all you can do is look. I will be glad to transfer. deb
If some of the Deveny family is close to you let me know I will transfer them. Not sure off hand where they come in on my tree. Deb
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