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Sandra Mulhern (#47994254)
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Bio Photo 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
in 2013.
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

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?

Mason Green
Added by Mason Austin Green on Apr 28, 2016 2:32 PM
Shirley Burks Wells
RE: Re: Beatitudes
You're very welcome! :)
Added by Shirley Burks Wells on Jun 09, 2015 4:07 PM
Shirley Burks Wells
Re: Beatitudes
Hi Sandra,

You are most welcome to copy the beatitudes on my Findagrave page!

Take care,

Added by Shirley Burks Wells on Jun 02, 2015 5:27 PM
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
Hi Sandra,

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

Regards, Eric
Added by Eric Watson on Apr 04, 2013 10:17 PM
Eric Watson
John Green Cemetery
Hi Sandra.

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.

Regards, Eric
Added by Eric Watson on Mar 10, 2013 11:11 PM
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.
Added by Indigo Falls on Feb 27, 2013 9:34 PM
Devas daughter
Salter Family
Hello Sandra,

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.
Added by Devas daughter on Jan 09, 2013 7:48 AM

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