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Jennifer Stuart-Edone (#47297898)
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edna haywood jones
this cemetery is in two sections the Zebulon side was the city's final resting place of the Sardis Baptist Church which was moved and the original building given to the colored community which had began meeting there as well. The church was renamed West Mount Sinai Baptist Church and predominately attended by the colored community.
With this division in mind I went to the city of Barnesville and asked if it was the same cemetery and was told yes however after a little more research I found a deed for the West Mount Sinai Church and noted they pay taxes on it, they take care of their side and the City of Barnesville takes care of the main Zebulon Street side. I am glad you did not move Edna because she is buried on the Zebulon street side (not the Akins street side)
all of the colored internments are listed in the West Mount Sinai Baptist Church Cemetery on Find a Grave's site. I am sorry for the confusion this has caused you and I am happy that you cared enough to question me. bottom line whites were buried in the Zebulon Street Cemetery. Thanks for all you do on find a grave it is important particularly in an area where so little is written about the people who live here. Love in Family Bren Sorensen
Added by Love in Family on Nov 19, 2014 3:29 AM
Love in Family
edna haywood jones
this cemetery is in two sections the Zebulon side was the city's final resting place of the Sardis Baptist Church which was moved and the original building given to the colored community which had began meeting there as well. The church was renamed West Mount Sinai Baptist Church and predominately attended by the colored community.
With this division in mind I went to the city of Barnesville and asked if it was the same cemetery and was told yes however after a little more research I found a deed for the West Mount Sinai Church and noted they pay taxes on it, they take care of their side and the City of Barnesville takes care of the main Zebulon Street side. I am glad you did not move Edna because she is buried on the Zebulon street side (not the Akins street side)
all of the colored internments are listed in the West Mount Sinai Baptist Church Cemetery on Find a Grave's site. I am sorry for the confusion this has caused you and I am happy that you cared enough to question me. bottom line whites were buried in the Zebulon Street Cemetery. Thanks for all you do on find a grave it is important particularly in an area where so little is written about the people who live here. Love in Family Bren Sorensen
Added by Love in Family on Nov 18, 2014 3:36 AM
Lisa G
Jane and Homer Haywood
I took the picture of Jane's headstone a few months ago. There have been no changes
Added by Lisa G on Dec 09, 2013 6:53 PM
Lisa G
Jane and Homer Haywood
Added by Lisa G on Dec 09, 2013 6:51 PM
pjef
RE: Rudolf Pahl
Hi Jennifer!
Rodney Pahl was my best friend for quite a few years. Sadly, he passed away right before Christmas in 2008.
I met your Grandma Betty down in Florida. Rod went down to help her out with something, and I had the pleasure of meeting her. She passed away not long afterward. I also met Stevie; he came and stayed with Rod and me in New Hampshire for a few days.
I never got to meet Rudy and Mona; I only met Rod in 1989. I've spoken with Ricky on the phone quite a few times. He's up in Spokane WA.
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask. I met Rod in 1989, and in 1990 he needed a tenant and I needed a place to live. I rented a bedroom from him, and we became best friends, like brother and sister. I moved back home to PA to take care of my Mom in 2001. I visited Rod a few times since then, and we made a couple of trips together (while we were roommates as well as after I returned here).
I miss Rod a lot. He had a big heart, and a big personality to match ! And the sense of humor and intellect to go along with those.
Take care, Jennifer. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
If I can help with any other info, just ask.
Patti J. Frabotta
Added by pjef on Nov 25, 2013 5:46 PM
Rebekah Duncan Young
RE: Haywood
I do not believe the counties have posted the obituaries online. You may want to check www.ancestry.com

Added by Rebekah Duncan Young on Jan 28, 2012 7:22 PM
Rebekah Duncan Young
Haywood
I visit the Spalding County courthouse when I can and look up obituaries. Your grandfather just happen to be in the year I was researching and I posted it. I transferred him to your care =)
Have a Great night!

Rebekah Young
Added by Rebekah Duncan Young on Jan 28, 2012 6:01 PM
J.A. & D.S.
RE: Elizabeth P Stuart
Hello,
I do not remember who Mrs Stuart is buried with or who is near her grave but next time I go to that cemetery I will make it a point to check. I will let you know. Have a nice day.
Jess A.
Added by J.A. & D.S. on Jun 05, 2010 7:42 PM
 

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