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Edwin Williams (#47336102)
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Bio Photo I am a retired police chief having served 35 years in law enforcement in Georgia. I have been working on my genealogy for over 25 years. Among my family names are Williams, Beam, Rice, White, Key, Baughn, McKee, Fullilove, Lovvorn, Gable, Jordan and about 60 others. I have found the F-a-G community to be a great bunch of people, and am willing to help others in any way I can.
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lifeinperspective
Pleas and Tessie Hyatt
These are cousins of mine- may I use your photo in my family tree? I will, of course, give you full credit.
Added by lifeinperspective on Oct 25, 2014 11:55 PM
Frances Muckelroy
LULA MAE BEAM EVANS-YORI
Hello, regarding the stone at the bottom of your picture of Edward Lonnie Evans and Lula Beam Evans-York, can you tell me where it is located in reference to the double stone. I suspect Lula Mae was not buried with Edward Lonnie but elsewhere. Would that be a correct assumption? My research is with the Evans family. Thank you very much for photographing these stones.
Added by Frances Muckelroy on Sep 25, 2014 5:53 PM
Charlotte Bradley Dupree
Williams photos
Thank you so much for the great photos you have posted from Smyrma Missionary Cemetery.

Not my direct line but related.
Much appreciated.
Charlotte
Added by Charlotte Bradley Dupree on Sep 10, 2013 12:36 PM
Bill Burden
Bud & Becky Norton
Thank you very much for taking and posting these photos for me. I really appreciate it.

Bill Burden
Added by Bill Burden on Mar 30, 2013 1:05 PM
Sabrina King Combs
Dorothy McLemore Photo
Thank you for getting the photo of Dorothy McLemore's grave. I really appreciate it! :-)
Added by Sabrina King Combs on Dec 10, 2012 4:31 PM
omikeo
Rice Cemetery
Hi Edwin,

I found this on the usgwarchives page,

Kempjack, Sebern [Seaborn] Death 1/1/1866
[Sebern was a half-breed Indian and did day labor for the people of the community]

Kempjack, Henrietta (Williams)
[grave is unmarked]

Henrietta does not have a memorial at Rice Cemetery and thought you would like to add one for her. Good luck with your research.

Rice Cemetery
Randolph County
Alabama, USA

Mike
Added by omikeo on Dec 09, 2012 7:23 PM
Donna Sikes Holley
RE: Eliza Brown & George Brown Jr
Thank you. I very much appreciate your efforts. Do you recall if the space between Eliza and George Jr appeared to be a grave? It it did, it could be George Sr in unmarked grave. If you think this is the case, the next time you visit the cemetery, would you kindly take a photo of the family plot showing the space between Eliza and George Jr and post to his memorial. I can make a note of unmarked grave. I could not find a cemetery survey, so guess it would be "possible unmarked grave". Again, thank you for everything.
Donna.
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on Dec 08, 2012 2:14 PM
Cameron-Ashley Heath
Warrens in Roopville City Cem
Thank you Edwin for taking time out of your own day to get those nice headstone photos of the Warrens and get them up online. Tell me, were then just the 3 small stones at the foot of that big one that says Warren or were there others around that big stone that says Warren? I'd like to make some notation about how they were arranged but need to ask first. Thanks!
Added by Cameron-Ashley Heath on Dec 06, 2012 3:44 PM
Donna Sikes Holley
Eliza Brown & George Brown Jr
Thank you so much for your photos. Guess I really did not expect to ever see these since the time period is late 1880's. Very nice surprise! Wondering, did you notice that the photos came in to Find A Grave sideways? I'm wonder if this is a Find A Grave problem. I had another successful photo request posted yesterday and it was also sideways. Again - thank you for the photos. I appreciate your hard work and your time.
Donna.
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on Dec 06, 2012 1:20 PM
Cameron-Ashley Heath
Ulysses Warren Photo
Edwin, thanks for taking this headstone photo but you put it up sideways--can you remove that one and make it the right way? It is much appreciated.
Added by Cameron-Ashley Heath on Dec 06, 2012 1:07 PM
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