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Jason Miller (#47287634)
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Bio Photo *CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR: MILLER/OLD MILLER CEMETERY 2 miles WEST of SNEADS FL.....any info would be great!!!

I am currently researching the Miller families in Seminole, Decatur, Miller, and Early County Georgia and Jackson County Florida. Along with the Godby, Hunter, Yawn, Gibbons, and Williams families of the same area.

WORKING ON A MILLER HISTORY BOOK ABOUT THE FAMILY FROM SEMINOLE COUNTY GEORGIA! here is the Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/TheMillerFamiliesOfSouthwestGeorgia

Also working on The Adams family from Chemung County New York.

Just ask and I will add any info if it is correct. I will be glad to Transfer any memorial to you as long as they are not in my direct family!


I attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and graduated with a B.S. in 2001. I then attended Georgia Southwestern State University where I recieved a B.S. in Psychology in 2004


Still searching for the graves of JOHN STUDSTILL born 1800 and died after 1850 in the Lowndes County area. Also his wife Nancy Studstill who died abt the same time and in the same area.I am looking into The Dampier family in South Georgia. I am looking hard for James W. Dampier born abt 1824 and died around 1880 in Clinch County Georgia. He was married twice and lived in Brooks County Ga for a while.

With the vast amounts of Studstill Info I have gathered I published a book in 2010 about the family. The book is called "The Shaping of a Studstill". The book is currently avaliable for the public at the Andalusia Public Library in Andalusia Alabama, Brooks County Library in Quitman Georgia, Ocmulgee Regional Library in Eastman, Randolph County Library in Cuthbert Georgia, and The Odom Family Research Center in Moultrie Georgia.

The website link below will take you to the STUDSTILL family Facebook page.
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Merf
RE: Josephine Kirkland
You are most welcome. I try to take good care of the residents there. Would you like me to transfer ranson to you? If they flip that stone over, let me know and I'll get a new pic for you. It's big...or I'd have done it myself.
Added by Merf on Sep 03, 2014 2:23 PM
Merf
RE: Josephine Kirkland
I sent you a message via Josephine's memorial "suggest an edit"...I don't think his grave is unmarked anymore. I think I found it - but it's face down!
Added by Merf on Sep 03, 2014 2:15 PM
Karen
Jesse Gunn
Jason, Look at the request you sent me
on him. He can't be his own father. Let
me know what you want me to do. Is he
related on the Miller side. Sara Jane
Poitevint married a Gunn.
Added by Karen on Aug 06, 2014 9:03 AM
A. Roller
RE: Charlie Seaborn
Thanks. That was the confusing part to get the middle H initial. Thanks.
Added by A. Roller on Aug 01, 2014 3:29 PM
A. Roller
RE: Charlie Seaborn
I do not have one of them. Charles Sube Thompson was my 2nd great-grandfather.
Mary "Molly" Miller, mother of Charles S Thompson...
was my 3rd great grandmother 1843-1904. Mary Miller's parents were
John Henry Miller Jr..1819 1886 &Elizabeth Thompson 1826 1863
Added by A. Roller on Aug 01, 2014 2:45 PM
Brenda A. Darbyshire
Darbyshire
My mother in law was a Hale/Hales from Dale Co, Alabama and moved into Seminole Co. She was highly related to the Mims, Hale(s) and had many sisters that married throughout that county. You and my husband most likely have kin in common.
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Jul 31, 2014 7:53 AM
Brenda A. Darbyshire
RE: Barry
I did not get to go yesterday, but I will be going to Vienna next week. I get my hair cut there.
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Jul 31, 2014 7:50 AM
Brenda A. Darbyshire
Barry
Send me a list of the ones who you want for I will be in the area tomorrow. There is a history book with some surveys in it but the book is old.

email me badarbyshire@gmail.com
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Jul 29, 2014 5:22 PM
Cheryl Cannon
RE: William Williams
I'm thinking this isn't my line afterall. Someone linked your Stephen Williams to my William Williams on ancestry. I'm glad I inquired. Thanks so much! My William Williams shows to be born in Tennessee and married for sure in Mississippi.
Added by Cheryl Cannon on Jul 23, 2014 4:20 PM
Cheryl Cannon
Williams line
If my research from Ancestry.com is correct, I am a direct descendant of William Williams son of Elizabeth Kinman and Stephen Williams. William "Bill/Billie" Williams died of consumption in Morehouse Parish in 1869/70. I found online records of his death in that Parish. He had several children with Margaret Durham. They married in Hinds, Mississippi and migrated to Morehouse Parish, Louisiana. After he died, 3 of his sons came to Harrison County, Texas. One of those 3 sons is my great, great grandfather, Joe Williams. I have some Williams information about William's line if anyone is interested. I would love more information on the upper generations like Elizabeth and Stephen! Thanks so much! Cheryl Williams Cannon
Added by Cheryl Cannon on Jul 21, 2014 10:45 PM
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