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I have been researching my family tree since 1978. Some of my surnames are Locke, Bloomer, Hall, McClain, McClellan, Stephens, Warren and Smith! The states range from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina.|
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|Janice Hollandsworth||RE: Daniel Anderson|
I wish all folks would do whole cemeteries when they are manageable. Thanks for your contribution here at Find A Grave.
|Steve Hinds||Mulriple Marker Photos|
SCampbell, thanks very much for taking the time to photograph the following 6 markers for me at Ohoopee Cemetery:
Clara Bowen Wilbanks, Ruby Higgs Self, Michael Sentell James, Maggie M. Bowen James, Mary Alice Bowen Higgs, and Betsy Elizabeth Rewis Bowen.
Your kindness is very much appreciated.
|Paul Campbell||Ronald Sugg - Photo|
Thank you very much!
|Janice Hollandsworth||Daniel Anderson|
Thank you for taking the time to get this request for me. I appreciate it.
|Judy Coln/Barbara Wallace/Matthew Malone||Mary Jane Kersey|
Thank you for the memorial photo!
|Suzanne Miller||RE: Howard & Ida Reed|
Thank you, please transfer. Suzanne miller
|Joy Ann Hen||RE: Robert Burns Andrews|
Thanks for the reply! I live about five miles from the original Paschal Andrews place where my father grew up.
Martha McClain was known as Aunt "Matt" in our family and I grew up hearing about her since she stayed with Daddy's family occasionally. I
had the pleasure of working with Tex McClain back in the early 2000s when he prepared the Andrews genealogy for a Cleveland County, AR history book.
Thanks again, Joyce Andrews Henley
|Joy Ann Hen||Robert Burns Andrews|
Thanks for our great-grandfather's marker photo. I've been meaning to stop by and take photos there, but we've had multiple medical problems going on and I haven't had time. -Joyce
|Jean Wike||Thank you!|
I really appreciate the photo you posted of Robert Burns Andrews, um, headstone. Thanks! It means a lot to me.
|Donna Brummett||RE: Hamilton Cemetery, SC|
Shirley, That cem. is rather hard to find, but I think I may be able to get you there. If you go to Whitmire, SC and head toward Carlisle. You will cross a bridge before you get to Carlisle. Just after you cross this bridge there will be a small road (really just a path)on the left, there may be a chain across the road. Pull up to get off the highway and look up on the hill to the left. You will need to cross the chain and climb up the hill. The cem. is on top. You may be able to see the stones if it is not all grown up.
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