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Frank Kicklighter (#47526132)
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Holly
Joseph DeLoach markers
Thanks a million for posting the pictures of original markers Sarah Barnard DeLoach and Joseph DeLoach. They were my 3rd Great Grandparents! Is it alright if I copy your photos to put on my tree?
Thank you, again,
Holly Howard Muller
Added by Holly on Jun 09, 2014 2:25 PM
B.F. Baxter
RE: Hughes Cemetery
It does have a sign that says private property, but I don't think the family minds if people visit the cemetery. Leaving Ludowici on 301 N turn left on Jones Creek Loop just past Jones Creek Church. Maybe a mile or less turn left, road is not marked, cemetery is on left maybe 1/4 mile or less. If you come to beautiful antebellum house under old oaks on Jones Creek Loop you missed your left turn for cemetery.
Added by B.F. Baxter on Apr 23, 2014 7:36 PM
Elizabeth Howard
RE: Hughes Cemetery
They are our cousins, As far as I know the land there at the Hughes Cemetary is still owned by Pet Howard's sister Lenore. She and her husband Ron Sharpe live on the left before you get to the cemetary if you are coming off 301 there at Jones Creek Church. Its a brick house.... Nice folks!
Added by Elizabeth Howard on Oct 15, 2012 12:20 PM
Dottie Gilder
Frank Smith 1837-1914
I tried to send photos to the address listed
here and my mail was returned.
Wiley DeWitt
Added by Dottie Gilder on Sep 28, 2012 9:42 AM
Dottie Gilder
Frank Smith 1837-1914
This is Wiley DeWitt wmd1939@aol.com

Today I photographed Frank Smith's grave
at Bull Creek Church. I took additional
photos (21 total) of nearby Smith graves.
send me an email at my address above and I
will send all the photos to you...then you
can add whatever you want to Findagrave in your
name.
Added by Dottie Gilder on Sep 27, 2012 1:12 PM
Carol
J.W. Hughes, Jr.
There were three Joseph William Hughes: Sr. (1793-1880), Jr. (1820-1887), and III (1848-1928). Sr. and Jr. are buried in the Hughes cemetery while III is in nearby Jones Creek Cemetery.

Jr.'s headstone reads
Capt W Hughes
Born Sept. 21, 1820
Died Nov. 24, 1887

Sr.'s headstone reads
Capt Wm Hughes
Born near Sunbury, Liberty, Georgia Nov. 24th, 1793
Died April 3rd, 1880.

Here is a link that gives their name as Joseph William Hughes.
http://libertyhistory.org/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=393:hughes-joseph-william-sr-1793-1880&catid=105:all&Itemid=65

Hope this helps,
Carol
Added by Carol on Jul 29, 2012 9:23 AM
Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.
Geiger
All headstones in Lauderdale CSA have been made, there is only two rows of Headstones with names, and I made them all, some were allready in, the ones that was not I made the pic and listed it with the memorial.
Added by Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr. on Jul 10, 2012 8:19 PM
Donna
James Dean
Hi,
I added 2 photos to his memorial page. The only clue to his military service was a footstone that said Confederate Veteran. His headstone just had his name, date of death, & his age. The words "at rest" are carved to look like cut tree branches.....maybe that has something to do with his profession. I also added photos to the memorial pages of his wife Mary Dean, & Matthew James Dean (although his memorial page says he is the son of James & Mary, his headstone says brother.

Hope this helped.
Donna
Added by Donna on Jun 30, 2012 6:03 PM
Susan in Cville
Pvt WA Baggs
Pvt Baggs is buried in an unmarked grave, but his name is on the Confederate Soldier Memorial (posted to his memorial). In 1893, the memorial statue of a Confederate soldier was erected in the center of the graveyard and the brass plaques on all four sides of the plinth list the names of the soldiers by State. Headstones were added later for some of the soldiers but most graves remain unmarked. The base of the memorial statue reads "Fate denied them victory but crowned them with glorious immortality."
Added by Susan in Cville on May 09, 2012 12:15 PM
 

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