|George E. Cunningham (#47502334)|
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Willing to photo volunteer given time limits. My wife and I drive an 18 wheeler and are on the road much of the year. If you're wanting a photo of a local grave be patient.|
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|Jim Bass||Rachel Turner|
Thank you for this photo.
I hear that it was probably a tough job to get this
Added by Jim Bass on May 09, 2012 1:04 PM
|Christy McCranie Bare||McCraney|
Hey thanks for taking the other McCraneys while you were at the Cemetery but I downloaded them and they wont let me add them to my tree.Can I put a request in and you add the to Find A Grave.I would really appreciate it since you already have them. thanks
|Christy McCranie Bare||Albert McCraney|
Thanks for taking my photo I appreciate it so much!!!!!!
|Gayle Fisher||Grave Photo-Tylee, Edwin & Julia|
Thank you SO much for taking this photo! My sister-in-law will be greatly pleased!!
St. Pete, FL
|Gwen Menz||Rebecca Hall|
George, thanks so much for all your help. It really is frustrating that so many of my people don't have markers - even my paternal grandmother! Thanks again for going to such lengths to grant my request - it's very much appreciated.
|Wayne||RE: "Oak Hill East" Carters|
Hey George, Unable so far to show a connection, though father of Lucius was James Marion Carter who died in 1863 during the war in Knoxville, TN. I am thinking maybe the J. M.(Jack) you found there might have been a grandson named after him, but have not yet been able to prove it with solid evidence. Probably cousins at least, as they all seemed to be from Georgia/SC. Will let you know if I find something concrete.
Added by Wayne on Jul 21, 2011 1:29 PM
|Tony Middleton||Sarah Middleton|
Thank you for trying to photograph Sarah Middleton's grave. I will contact the original owner of the memorial and see if he can shad any light on the matter.
|Wayne||Thanks....in lots of ways George|
I am honored to have crossed paths with you on Find-a-Grave and thank you for your service to our country in helping to preserve our freedom and independence. The photos you did in Palatka are right on mark this Independence Day. Your kindness to our own rebelredneck and proud family is greatly appreciated.
Added by Wayne on Jul 04, 2011 7:29 PM
|Michael Revels||RE: Geiger picture request|
Yes. I have a picture of his headstone. His name is Joseph Gordan Geiger. 1896-1976. I think they both to the right of him.