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If your parents will not tell you their grandparents names, or they don't know them then you have to contact Georgia Vital Records to get copies of your grandparent's birth certificates. It should have the names of their parents on there. (your great grand parents). You can then look on findagrave for their information or contact Georgia Vital Records again, and now that you know their names, ask for their death certificates. The death certificates sometimes tell you where they were buried.
You can also look on ancestry.com for more information, but you have to pay for it on their site.
Added by Stompee on Jun 19, 2012 2:13 PM
|Kimberly Dorsey||Lorene G Coady|
Thank you for your kind comments. I have a set of twins who will be 18 in October. I love going out and graving and will continue for many years to come.
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