|Carolyn Womack (#47742778)|
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I live in Lewisville, TX, and have been teaching piano, guitar and violin for over 35 years. I have been researching genealogy over 30 years. I am also a ham radio operator, KC5OZT. The main surnames I am researching are: Baker, Carroll, Campbell, Gibson, Horner, Knowles, Layton, Lee, Lester, Lowe, Stone, Storey, Strange, Wilson, and Womack. The main locations are: Texas, Georgia, North & South Carolina, Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, Virginia, and Maryland.|
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Just got back from Garrett and had no luck. The only Carrell are those of James E. Carrell and wife Mary J., who are buried up closer to front driveway. But no others near them. And then John B.W. and wife Mary Ann Carroll are further back.
As I mentioned before, I've looked all around where John B.W. and Mary Ann Carroll are buried ...but didn't find any other Carroll/Carrell. The great thing is I see that someone has "mended" Mary's broken stone! I will post a new photo of that soon. To the right of their graves is the marker for a Mary Abercrombie, wife of R.A. And these are very close to a large old dogwood tree. There are a few scattered unmarked rocks/stones up near the trunk. To the left of Mary and John Carroll is a very old, roughly carved marker for a Nancy M. Roe, born 1831. I searched on ancestry and found her listed as the wife of Hiram Roe of Chattooga in 1880 Census. But see no connection to your Bakers or Carrolls. And then there are those several unmarked rocks/stones in the next "rows" as you go toward the back right corner of the cemetery. This is near William T. Baker's tall tombstone, as I explained. His may be the only Baker still standing that is identifiable.
Added by Dan35984 on May 13, 2013 9:08 PM
|Karen Severance||Edgar & Dorothy Gibson|
I will add the picture for you. Glad to have been able to help.
|Linda Cancilla||Hannah Hallock|
Oops, I didn't put her parents in. I forgot to check on Martha's parents before I transferred it. I'll leave that to you.
Isn't it the greatest feeling when you find your ancestors!!!!
I have found so many from this Findagrave site. It's the best.
Don't hesitate to contact me to transfer more people as you find them.
I'm so pleased to transfer your family members to you. I'm so happy that I took the photographs and you were able to connect them to the Carroll spelling.
|Laura V||RE: Bakers in Garrett Cem|
Thanks Carolyn for the info. I'll let Dan know I talked to you. I'd like to share info with you. I'll get in touch in a couple of days. Thanks again.
Added by Laura V on Apr 29, 2013 8:23 PM
|Laura V||Bakers in the Garrett Cem in GA|
You've made memorials for several Bakers in the Garrett Cem (thanks!). I put in requests for photos for Elias & Sarah Baker and for John & Amelia Baker. I received a nice message from a gentleman this morning who has been searching for these headstones and cannot find them. He says there are several natural rocks/stones in an open space near the headstone/s for John Monroe & Eliza Baker. And some near the headstone for William T Baker. He is speculating that maybe these are markers for those old graves. I wonder if you know anything about this. With your help, maybe I can give the photographer better directions for where to look - or tell him to give up :)
Thanks for your help.
Added by Laura V on Apr 29, 2013 11:27 AM
|Kelli Smythe||RE: Inez Stapleton|
Hi Carolyn, regarding the French Family, some moved to Texas. could you email me at myfamilyquestatjuno.com
|Carol||RE: Nancy Hogue|
I am not a descendant just trying to help others find their kin in my area. Carol
Added by Carol on Apr 14, 2013 3:40 PM
I saw that you are researching Gibsons in the names. My husband's grandfather was James Robert Gibson from Oklahoma, mostly lived there. Husband's father was William Andrew Gibson. If they are part of your family tree, let me know.
Added by June on Apr 12, 2013 4:51 PM
|June||Ada Gaulden @ Pecan Grove|
Thank you for the correction. I don't mind being corrected. Could have been a slip of the fingers while adding the date, I really don't know. I did have some help on some of the cemeteries, but I am not blaming anyone except me.
Added by June on Apr 12, 2013 4:48 PM
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