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Joel P. Miller
Good deal!!!
I thought his obit had lots of history in it re the older days of that area.
Thank you for all you do. We depend on people like you. Find A Grave is such a good source of info!!!
Added by EWW on Feb 23, 2015 10:37 AM
Stephen A. Miller
I found S. A. Miller's obit. His lst wife was Claudia Warmack whose memorial you posted at Oak Hill Cemetery. He's not on that cemetery's F A G page & I thought you might want to add him.
Born: Oct. 15, 1875, Murray County, GA
Died: Apr. 2, 1939, Brooks County, GA

Quitman Free Press
Thursday, April 6, 1939

S. A. MILLER, 62, highly esteemed Brooks County planter, died at the Brooks County Hospital Sunday afternoon following an illness of two weeks. About a week prior to his death, he contracted pneumonia and death was attributed to this with complications.
Throughout his illness numerous friends called daily at the hospital hoping to hear reassuring news of his condition. He was one of the most popular citizens in the county and news of his passing Sunday cast a pall of gloom over the entire community.
Mr. Miller had resided here since 1907 with the exception of several years when he was overseer of the Mills B. Lane farming operations at Ways, Georgia. Before going to Ways, he was manager of the Z. W. Oglesby Farm here for many years. On his return to Brooks County several years ago, he purchased a farm in the Morrison community and had been very successful in his agricultural interests.
He was active in community affairs and was always willing to cooperate and assist in any worthwhile movement. His friends included those from every walk of life and his love of humanity and genial nature made him a very popular figure. Devoted to his family and friends, he possessed those qualities that made him outstanding in any group or enterprise. He was known to his intimates and “Steve” Miller and his passing Sunday occasioned genuine grief among a large circle of friends.
Funeral services Sunday were held at the home followed by interment at Oak Hill Cemetery. The Sholto Masonic Lodge was in charge of the funeral and the Masonic service was used with fellow Masons serving at pallbearers. Rev. C. C. Kiser conducted the service.
Mr. Miller is survived by his widow, the former Miss Sue Blalock, and 2 sons, Noel P. Miller of Savannah and Steve A. Miller, Jr. of Quitman.
He is also survived by a sister and brother: John Miller of Tifton and Mrs. Sam Mitchell of Pelham.
Added by EWW on Feb 22, 2015 4:22 PM
Darleen Miller
Elizabeth Webb
Thank you for the edit for this memorial. If she's your relative, let me know and I will transfer.
Added by Darleen Miller on Feb 22, 2015 2:56 PM
Levina Bell Allen - Memorial# 96509353
Can you please remove the photo of DC you added from the above mentioned persons memorial?
Thank you,
Added by Rhonda on Feb 05, 2015 6:44 PM
Levina Bell Allen
I do apologize if I misunderstood your original statement.
I never questioned Levina's DOD but her DOB - I am in possession of her DC & Obituary as well as other family records so I knew when she died - I just knew from those records that the 107 age given was incorrect.

Thank you,
Added by Rhonda on Feb 05, 2015 12:43 PM
Memorial #
Sorry forgot to leave memorial # for Levina (not Levinia) - It is; 96509353
Added by Rhonda on Feb 05, 2015 11:20 AM
Levinia Bell Allen #
You added a death record for the above mentioned person who is my 2x great grandma in which you stated the age should be correct because a Michael Bell said so. Ever record she is in suggests otherwise so could you please remove said statement? Please & thank you.
1860 Census est year of birth, 1838
1870 Census est year of birth, 1840
1880 Census est year of birth, 1837
1900 Census est year of birth, 1840
1910 Census est year of birth, 1834
1920 / Have been unable to locate.
Added by Rhonda on Feb 05, 2015 11:16 AM
RE: More Cooper
Okay, thanks for checking that out. I'll leave it. Cat
Added by Cat on Jan 23, 2015 7:18 PM
JoAnn HAGANS Harris
Sister Amelia M. Cannon
Please look over and add as you wish:

Sister Amelia M. Cannon

Died: 1/4/1924, 49 years old

Sisters of Mercy Lot

Native of Georgia

Residence: St. Joseph's Hospital

R: See also Sister M. Amelia Cannon


Savannah's Catholic Cemetery
Savannah, Chatham Co., GA.
Volume II, No designative Lot, Page 245
Catholic Diocese of Savannah

Savannah Catholic Cemetery - Burials With No Designated Lot.

Added by JoAnn HAGANS Harris on Jan 22, 2015 7:13 PM
Jason Lee Edwards
Hi there, you sent me a correction regarding Melvina Nicholson. Enotah Cemetery and Fodders Creek cemetery are one and the same. There is not really a Fodders Creek cemetery. It was also known as the Nicholson Cemetery/Graveyard. Both of the memorials you created at "Fodders Creek" are actually buried at Enotah Cemetery. Feel free to email me if you need anymore information or clarification. Jason
Added by Jason Lee Edwards on Jan 18, 2015 9:11 PM
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