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Marie Nail- (#47465543)
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Bio Photo I was born in Brunswick, Georgia but currently reside 9 miles from Fort Stewart where my husband was stationed for most of his 22 years. I just recently got the bright idea to trace our family tree and have been pulling my hair out ever since! My tree is full of nuts ! Branches shoot off everywhere! First cousins marrying cousins on one side and Indian outlaws on the other that lead to a "dead" end! Irish thrown in there somewhere. Too bad that we all are not as lucky as the famous people featured on the program WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? that we could jet around the world tracing our tree. But that is where Friends of the Findagrave.com come in! I love them!
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Pat Gillespie
RE: Thomas E. Ragsdale
So happy to brighten your day!!
Added by Pat Gillespie on Sep 15, 2014 1:52 PM
Memory Maker
William F. Thompson
I'm sorry, I meant I would look on Ancestry.com. I did find I had listed the wrong parents and corrected that. It seems the grandparents John Alexander Thompson and Eleanor Keheech Burroughs Thompson may have been raising the children in the 1870 and 1880 census for Madison Co., Ga. A family tree said his wife may have married 3 times to James Bennett in 1858, James Newsome also in 1858, James M. Agerson in 1866 and had married William in 1854. It was so confusing I gave up...Sometimes these trees are not accurate...I also saw his wife listed as Martha Bennett and Martha E. Thompson with Richardson as her maiden name...I hope some of this will help you determine his wifes name.() She probably did remarry, most did back then. If you can do that I will be happy to look again on Ancestry for her death....Happy hunting
Betty
Added by Memory Maker on Sep 05, 2014 5:44 PM
Memory Maker
RE: William F. Thompson(wife?)
I will look tomorrow.
Added by Memory Maker on Sep 04, 2014 7:20 PM
Laura
William Collins Hollywood Cemetery
I apologize, I was looking for more information on William and posted a death certificate for you to look at to see which DOB was correct and it took away the photo request. I found a couple William Collins' in Hollywood and wanted to make sure I had the right one.
Added by Laura on Mar 17, 2014 6:28 PM
Sally G
RE: Orun J Burnam
There were a lot of kids who died of E-coli from foods served to them in Finley. I just wondered if he was one, but, I looked it up and that happened much later than he passed away.
Added by Sally G on Feb 05, 2014 6:06 PM
Sally G
RE: Orun J Burnam
I would be glad to turn over the 2 Wilcox memorials if you would like. D0 you know what happened to little John?
Added by Sally G on Jan 31, 2014 12:15 PM
Sally G
RE: Orun J Burnam
I would be glad to turn over the 2 Wilcox memorials if you would like. D0 you know what happened to little John?
Added by Sally G on Jan 31, 2014 12:15 PM
Liz Brown
RE: Hobart/Hobert Earl Walker
Hobert Earl Walker Sr died in Gardena CA. I have updated his memorial to reflect the dates. Still haven't found a marriage for he and Bessie Northcutt but it could be under Bessie Pratt. She was married before. Hobert and Lillie divorced after 1910 and he married Bessie before 1922.
Added by Liz Brown on Jan 27, 2014 11:54 AM
Jerry Van Herrin
RE: THANK YOU!
Several friends and I took about all the pictures in the Jesup Cemetery on a couple of very cold days about 3 or 4 years ago. I wanted to take them row by row so I could have some reference but they had other ideas and jumped around all over the place. I'm fairly sure we didn't get all of them.

The City of Jesup maintains the cemetery so they must have a map or plot of the burials. I haven't tried to contact them but it would be helpful if they do. There's over 3200 graves there according to what's listed on Findagrave.

I had planned to break the cemetery up into 4 quadrants and have a NW,NE,SW,and SE section. That would make it a little easier to find someone. I've probably listed a few that way but I couldn't be sure about where my helpers took their pictures.
Jerry
Added by Jerry Van Herrin on Jan 19, 2014 7:36 AM
Aunt Aim
RE: LABBE, Edward & Myrtle
I am sorry these people are not in my tree that I know off. I was at the cemtery and took pictures and added them. Try www.familysearch.org
Added by Aunt Aim on Jan 15, 2014 12:01 PM
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