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Judy A. Maloney (#47599009)
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Bio Photo I'm new to geneology and findagrave. I wish I had started sooner. So many have passed that I never got to meet and those that I did, I didn't ask enough questions. I have learned a lot and have much more to learn. I appreciate all those who have worked so hard and done so much. It has surely helped me in my search for ancestors. I hope to reach a point when I can return the favor by volunteering for photo requests in my area.
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Betty Bunch
Georgia Archives - Family Search
Yes once you go to the Family Search website just click on the Eighteenth Century Records and then at the top of the next page just click on Records or Genealogies. After that all you have to do is type in names and birthdates, deathdates etc. just whatever you know for sure about your ancestor. All of my relatives have turned up in their database on old census records etc. It is so easy. I hope I typed in the right link for you. Let me know if you have any problems getting there. I am happy to have met you as well.
Added by Betty Bunch on May 04, 2015 12:56 PM
Betty Bunch
RE: William Arnold
Although I can't tell you exactly how we are related, more than likely we are because of the name and location. I can tell you that the Arnold family during the early 1800's around Lexington, Georgia was a very prominent family. William's daughter Mary married into the Lumpkin family in 1815 and then gave birth to my great great grandmother Sarah Pope Lumpkin. She was first cousin's with the woman that Atlanta was named for that being Martha Atalanta Lumpkin who was the daughter of Governor Wilson Lumpkin who was responsible for resettling the Indians in West Georgia to Oklahoma in 1828 on the "Trail of Tears." Sarah married Glenn Owen Wynne whose parents are buried at the Thaxton Cemetery which is very close to where William Arnold is buried. They moved to Coweta County around 1840 and at the time of the Civil War Glenn was one of the richest men in the County but along with everyone else lost it all in the War. The Arnold family were guardians for John Wynne's father named Obediah and his siblings when his father Thomas Wynne died. Jefferson Davis dissolved the Confederacy in Washington, Georgia which is very close to where the old Wynne Plantation was. They were Planters and raised cotton and tobacco. My Dad's family were mostly family farmers and did not own slaves for the most part. I don't know as much about them because they were from further South. My Dad's name was James Paul Warren Senior and after he retired from the Air Force, they settled here just outside of Atlanta Most of my Mother's family is buried in Coweta County. They go back to the early 1800's. I have read where General McIntosh who was a half bred Indian and the one who sold West Georgia to the White Men and was responsble for moving the Indians to Oklahoma also is the one who led the white settlers from Georgia to New Orleans on the old Indian Trails. I can tell you that the Wynne family was a Christian family and as soon as they moved to Coweta County built Cokes Chapel United Methodist Church and all of their slaves were members of the church. That church is still there. Well if I can help you anymore, let me know. But that's about all that I know.
Added by Betty Bunch on May 03, 2015 12:00 PM
Betty Bunch
RE: William Arnold
If I were you I would type in this address: and then click on A Preliminary guide to 18th century records and then you will have free access to old records and genealogies from Georgia. We may very well be related but very distantly. Best Wishes and Keep up the good work. The Mormans really do have more records than Ancestry.
Added by Betty Bunch on May 03, 2015 9:54 AM
Betty Bunch
RE: William Arnold
Yes, I can only work on my family history for so long and then move on to something else. I have just been doing my research in short spells over the last 25 years. We did have a genealogy room in our library and the National Archives was close for awhile. The Georgia Archives in still close to where I live. I have also found information on the Georgia Archive website including old records and genealogy. Maybe one day our daughter will be interested in our family tree???? My Mother's family has lived in and around Atlanta for over 7 generations and so that makes it easier for me to find information as well.
Added by Betty Bunch on May 02, 2015 2:40 PM
Betty Bunch
RE: Arnold
My husband's family is from Tennessee. I don't really know very much about their family. My Mother wanted me to trace her family here in Georgia. I have left posts on Find A Grave family members so that all of my cousins can trace their history as well. Mother's family was easy to trace because it was already pretty well documented. I majored in history in college and have always been especially interested in American history. Are you related to William as well?
Added by Betty Bunch on May 02, 2015 5:42 AM
Ms.Graham obit
I have an obit if you would like to add it to FG please email me. Thanks, Slick
Added by Slick on Sep 28, 2014 8:15 AM
Ron Manley
RE: Sibling additions
RE: Thomas Jefferson Lynn - memorial # 49272841

An individual's name is *automatically* added to his list of linked siblings by findagrave's linking system, so I cannot remove it. Unlike true sibling links the individual's name appears in gray and is not a link.

There is no memorial # 2151457 in the current database.

Links to parents should be requested from the individual's own memorial, via the edit, relationship links. Once linked to parents, they will be automatically linked *to all siblings who are also linked*. If any of Thomas Jefferson Lynn's siblings that you named don't currently have memorials, you can add them yourself and then link them to their parents.

Ron Manley
Added by Ron Manley on Jul 09, 2014 10:17 AM
Donna & Lewis
RE: Thomas Jefferson Lynn
You're very welcome!
Added by Donna & Lewis on Oct 11, 2012 6:08 PM
Donna & Lewis
RE: Photo for William Thomas Lynn
You are very welcome. Glad we could help.

Lewis & Donna
Added by Donna & Lewis on Oct 11, 2012 6:03 PM
Tricia the Spirit Chaser
Transferred to you.
Added by Tricia the Spirit Chaser on Jun 02, 2012 7:03 AM
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