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My interest in researching my past started twenty or so years ago. My daughter came home from school one day. Part of her homework was family names and generations. She needed to list the names of her relatives along with their relationship as far back as she could. I started naming my maternal grandparents. Only to realize, I didnt know my grandfathers name. He died when I was three . Thankfully my mother was still alive and able to answer that question. I felt bad that I did'nt even know my own grandfathers name. I wanted to know more about him. She didnt like talking about him. My mom had alot of bad memories as did her brother and sister from their childhood. Something I was told is, that his last years alive he had changed. He became a more calm and gentle man. The changed had happened when I was born. I was the first grand child and became his little princess. It cant matter if we have bad memories or no memories of a relative. What is always certain is every member of every family will will have not only an relationship identity but called by a living name. And by their living names. Those before us should forever be remembered.....|
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|Memories of You||RE: Thank you!|
My pleasure. Happy hunting.
|Memories of You||Mary Miner Dodgen|
Hi, I found your relatives Mary and Roy Dodgen, and several other MINERs in the vicinity, but no Andrew A. or Maggie Bell Miner that I could see. You might contact the church to see if they have any records on them. Those I found markers for in the MINER plot were Thomas and Mrs. M.E. Miner, Minnie Lee, Paul E., Georgia S., and Eugene Miner, and three infant children of Mr. & Mrs. P.E. Miner, unnamed. The Dodgens were near the gravemarker of Thomas and Mrs. M.E. Miner. I looked all around there, but I did not have time to search the entire cemetery, so if you think Andrew and Maggie might be somewhere else in the cemetery, I can go back. Best wishes.
|Joyce Mize Worsham||Sherwood Memorial Park, Clayton Co.,Ga.|
Welcome to Find A Grave!
A duplicate has been created for Wilburn Cargle memorial #92188282. He was related to me, thanks & best regards.
|Darryl & Debra Vickers||Frances White|
Thank you for the photos.
|Gladys Turner Dinkeloo||Martha Johnson|
Thank you so much for the photo of Martha's memorial stone. Your help is appreciated so very much. Gladys
|Howard Leonard||Wesley Skinner|
Thanks so very much for all you have done. The pictures of Wesley and his family are great!
|Howard Leonard||Marie Skinner|
Thanks again Sunshine for the pictures of Marie.
|Howard Leonard||Luther Skinner|
Thanks so very much for the picture Sunshine.
Thanks for posting the photo's of Ruth and Emory Carrin in Sherwood Park.
Keep up the good work. I appreciate your time and energy. Thanks, Butch
|Michele Simmons Lewis||Paul Grimes at Sherwood Memorial Park|
Thank you so much for the photo of Paul Grimes' marker at Sherwood Memorial Park!
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