|Sandra Mulhern (#47994254)|
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In 2007 visited John Green Cemetery in Burnt Corn Alabama. Was dismayed to see the condition. Several family members began a non-profit association, obtained historical status, requested donations, obtained a grant and worked on restoration of cemetery and set up perpetual care. Restoration included replacing most of the beautiful pewter fence, repaired/cleaned headstones, conducted ground penetrating radar and located 9 missing burials, family worked on cleanup and rust abatement on fence in November, and built a shelter/bench. Plans are to have a dedication ceremony next fall|
A family reunion was held in October of 2013. Close to 100 people attended. We had a most memorable day.
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|Mason Austin Green||John Green|
I believe I may be a direct descent of John Green, which I've traced through ancestry.com.
John Green may be by 5th great-grandfather and his son, Thomas E. Green, may be my 4th great-grandfather.
Do you have any genealogy information to share?
|Shirley Burks Wells||RE: Re: Beatitudes|
You're very welcome! :)
|Shirley Burks Wells||Re: Beatitudes|
You are most welcome to copy the beatitudes on my Findagrave page!
|Ruth Fox||RE: John Green 1790-1882|
Thank so much for the information on John Green and the contact. I will email her with the information that I have gathered. Yes my dog is a Havanese rescue named Ernie..he is the BEST! Fun. loving and a great companion. Warm Regards, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Dec 01, 2014 3:53 PM
|Ruth Fox||John Green 1790-1882|
I am researching the Green Family for a DAR member. I believe this John Green's parents were William Green and Ann McCleskey Green who lived in Pendleton Dist. SC. William Green was a Revolutionary Soldier and died in SC in 1801. Ann Green then moved the family to Georgia. Are there any family members that I may contact who would verify his parents? I am also a Volunteer for Find A Grave. Warm Regards, Ruth Fox
Added by Ruth Fox on Nov 30, 2014 5:30 AM
|Eric Watson||Watson's and Green's|
My Watson's are centered around Calhoun County, Alabama. They migrated there from Franklin County Georgia sometime in the 1840's. The Green's seem to have stayed in Georgia or at least I have not found a convincing record or them in Alabama. I have found at least 3 distinct Watson lines in Alabama around the same time. 2 in Calhoun County and 1 in The Clarke County area. For a while I thought they were connected but I have been unable to establish a connection. I would be happy to chat with you sometime to explore potential connections. Send an email to me at email@example.com.
|Eric Watson||John Green Cemetery|
I have both Watson's and Green's in my family but none seem to be connected to anyone in this cemetery.
I was driving by looking for another cemetery when I saw it and decided to survey it just in case.
|Indigo Falls||Green Family, Burnt Corn Alabama|
Hi I was delighted to hear the cemetery was and has been fixed up. That is wonderful. I live in Corvallis; so I am not far from Salem. I do want to talk with you more about it, but I am pretty ill right now. Maybe in a week or so. I'd even like to make a small donation, but it will definitely be small. :o) My e-mail is on my profile page. If you could e-mail me your e-mail #, which isn't on here, then I could e-mail you back with my name, phone, and address. I don't really want to post it here. Hope you understand. Thank-you.
|Devas daughter||Salter Family|
My Grandmother Lucille Salter Smith, granddaughter of John Wesley Salter, told me he came from Burnt Corn, Alabama. Thank you for sparking the memory and I will look into the cemetery for more information.