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Robert G. Green (#47218001)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Murray County, Georgia, graduated from Murray County High School 1950 then entered the US Army. After the Army, worked as a printing pressman for 4 years then reentered the US Air Force where I retired after 20 years service. Served in England, Spain, Japan, the Philippines and Korea. Worked for the Veterans Administration Hospitals 13 years then retired again, then 15 years total in two civilian Biomedical Engineeing Manager. I continue to work on my family tree and enjoy making contact and friends with people all over the USA and a couple from Europe.
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Lauren Stewart
RE: info
Thank you for the information. I know what you mean, it has been hard for me to stay in contact with my Grandfather, Bo Green.
I'm sorry to hear that about you and your mother.
Thank you for your service to our country. :)
Added by Lauren Stewart on Aug 29, 2013 8:19 AM
Lauren Stewart
Hi Robert,
I was wondering if you know who Victor carver might be. He is with Laura Morrison Green. Thanks for your help. :) Good day!
Added by Lauren Stewart on Aug 27, 2013 12:33 PM
A Horan
RE: John Hindsley
Thank you for your message, you're very welcome for the photos.
Added by A Horan on Jul 10, 2013 8:08 PM
John Clayton
Thomas Eugene Anderson
Hi, I am researching the Clayton family tree. Do you know if Thomas was the son of William Marvin Anderson and Nellie Decora Clayton Anderson. He is buried in the same cemetery, so I think he may be.
Thanks, John Clayton
Added by John Clayton on Feb 14, 2013 11:28 AM
Michael Jordan
RE: Edith V Capehart Welch
Just received this note: I don't know if this means she is getting a marker.

Nan Mathews

[Send Reply] Edith Capehart Welch
Thanks for helping by letting us know that Edith's grave had no marker. She has one now. I am her grand daughter. Now she can be known among the rest of the family. Bless you.
Added by Michael Jordan on Jan 02, 2013 11:09 AM
Michael Jordan
RE: Edith V Capehart Welch
You are welcome. I am happy we were able to find it. My daughter and I walked by it several times. My daughters eagle eye was able to make out some of the writing on the marker. We were able to find 3 out of the 5 graves that photo request. If I remember the marker is very close to other Capeheart plots.

Have a great day.
Added by Michael Jordan on Oct 11, 2012 2:29 PM
Len Hott
RE: Katherine D McKee
You're welcome.

Did you see that I added Billy Ray McKee? His stone was next to hers, her husband perhaps.

Happy hunting,

Added by Len Hott on Oct 03, 2012 10:45 PM
Laurie Wilson
RE: TSgt Winston E Brown, WW II
U r very welcome, always glad to help. Laurie
Added by Laurie Wilson on Sep 30, 2012 9:34 PM
syd schultz
RE: Sarah Elizabeth Sanford
You are very welcome. All of the Sanford are in one large plot nearest the church. Some , as did Sarah Have no grave stone , only the marker. The Sanford plot is covered in gravel and bordered well. This is a well kept cemetery. It is still very old and many graves are unmarked or just a rock, as you can see on page 1 of the cemetery. I wish you well Syd
Added by syd schultz on Sep 18, 2012 9:14 AM
Willie Mae Hansird, Quarles
George Akins
Robert, I added the correct photo for George Akins.
Added by Willie Mae Hansird, Quarl... on Jul 13, 2012 6:25 PM
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