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Glenn (#47989292)
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Bio Photo I have been a genealogical researcher since 1999. I have served as a Board member for the Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society since 2006. I am also a member of SCV Benard Bee Camp in Aiken SC.
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 • 2 Memorials Added
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 • 288 Photos
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Ralph Paige
RE: Mary Feltham grave
I sincerely appreciate your assistance with the photo. We have started a Virtual Cemetery for members of the Gainesville High School Class of 1965 who we have lost. Mary Bates Feltham was a member of that class.

Ralph Paige
Added by Ralph Paige on Jan 09, 2015 10:58 AM
Diana F
Thank you for the headstone picture. It is very much appreciated!
Added by Diana F on Jan 08, 2015 9:47 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 90216019
Thanks for your hard all your hard work.
Roxanne Jordan
Added by Tazgirl on Dec 22, 2014 6:23 PM
RE: thanks
Thanks Glenn, that helps...I looked back through my photos and think I saw it in the background of one shot. We live in NJ so not easy to make a trip to Edgefield. Sure appreciate your getting the photo for me as I totally missed it when there. In your cemetery book, is there a grave for Caroline Kenney, she was almost 15 yr old daughter who was born in sep 9 1806 and died 25 Aug 1822. I've not found her grave yet nor the cause of death. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie1man on Oct 13, 2014 2:07 PM
thanks for taking the Harmony Cemetery photos of the near illegible stone....I had been at the cemetery several years ago and must've missed it since it's hard to read....was it anywhere near the Kenney plot (low rectangular fence with a tall pointy stone on one side with some smaller white stones within the fence?)
Added by Bonnie1man on Oct 10, 2014 9:14 PM
Hazel Clack
Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery
Thank you so much for the Warren photos from this cemetery. Much appreciated.
Added by Hazel Clack on Oct 10, 2014 5:41 PM
James Brunson (or Benson) Owdom 115985990
Hello, Glenn. Thank you so much for searching for a headstone for James in Mount of Olives Cemetery.

I am sorry that you were disappointed. Better luck next time. Best wishes
Added by Janet on May 15, 2014 10:02 PM
You filled a few photo requests for me a few months ago and I have been belated in acknowledging it. Thank you so much for taking the time - I truly appreciate all that you do!
Added by SuzanneTF on Mar 25, 2014 5:18 PM
William McIntyre Danner
Permission to use photo
Dear Glenn,
My daughter's mother-in-law's mother was Bessie Inez Randall, the daughter of Darling Sumter Randall who was the son of Francis Eugene Randall & Johanna Elizabeth Rinehart Randall.

I am requesting your permission to use your photo of the headstones (joined together) of Francis Eugene Randall (Find A Grave Memorial # 91661744) and Johanna Elizabeth Rinehart Randall (Find A Grave Memorial # 91661892) on my family tree at ancestry.

I give credit where credit is due to the photographer or the person who has added the headstone photo to Find A Grave by his/her Find A Grave name and member #.

I thank you for considering my request.

Bill Danner
Glenn, I also want you to know that I too am into genealogy since 1997 and that my own Danner families were from Union County, SC (1787-1849), and were originally Getzendanners, which was shortened to Danner around 1790. My 3rd Great Grands were Thomas George Getzendanner & Amelia Stokes Getzendanner who came to Pinckney District (later Union District and then Union County) from Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, having landed in Maryland in 1729 from the Rhineland-Pfaz area of Germany and from Wattwil Switzerland before that. After SC my family group migrated to Alabama, Mississippi, and West Tennessee, where my father was born. My 2nd Great Grandfather fought in the War of Northern Aggression from Sumter County, Alabama, but I am not a member of the SCV, although I aptly do qualify. I think, Glenn, that we are brothers in Arms, even though I was born in Southern Illinois, because my grandfather worked for the railroad and was transferred there in about 1917-1918. Currently, I live in Augusta Georgia, where I have lived since 1971 having been brought here by the USArmy during the Viet Nam era, but I didn't know that I was related to anyone in the South, nor that the Getzendanner plantation was just 90 miles to the north of Augusta and I'd already lived in Augusta for 26 years when I made that discovery....
Added by William McIntyre Danner on Dec 19, 2013 3:14 PM
Thank you!
Very much obliged, Glenn! :-)
Added by beffkin on Dec 17, 2013 9:20 AM
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