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Grant Rice (#48044743)
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Bio Photo I currently reside in Snellville, Georgia. I have significant family history info for Bartons and Clark families and some on Maddox, Chapman, Rice and Stewart families. Most of my Mothers side of my family are buried in The Rock Baptist Church Cemetery in Clayton County, Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery in Henry County next to Fairview and at Tanners Baptist Church Cemetery in Clayton County. My Fathers side are buried around Lafayette, Georgia, Resthaven in Dekalb County and Fairview Memorial Gardens in Henry County. If you see any of your ancestors I have posted I will be happy to transfer any that are not related to me.
I retired from Atlanta Prosthetics, Inc. in 1997 and had been working on my family geneology along with my mother and brothers for many years. I am now a part time photographer with most of my interest being nature and wildlife. I am Co Author of "Cumberland Island - A Treasure Of Memories", a book on Georgias most southern barrier Island. www.grantsphotography.smugmug.com
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Scott A. Steinbrink
Nancy Wilson - Sodom Cemetery
Have you tried Elizabeth Wilson, or Nancy Whitehead? I always look for possible combos when I can't find the original name.
Added by Scott A. Steinbrink on Mar 27, 2014 10:58 AM
Scott Beacham
William and Mary Williamson
I found the photo of the Williamson's marker, yes they are buried together. I apologize for my shadow in the shot, the sun was behind me that day and difficult to eliminate shadows.
Added by Scott Beacham on Feb 08, 2014 9:45 AM
Birdgirl
RE: Transfer of Annie Stephenson Brooks
Hi Grant, thank you for the transfer. I will make the edits. Have a Happy and Healthy New Year. Joyce
Added by Birdgirl on Jan 08, 2014 7:55 PM
Chris Kelly
Ruth McDonald
Hello there - sorry that you were not able to find the marker for Ruth McDonald. I called the cemetery and that's where they told me she is located. I recently searched billiongraves.com and they do have a picture of her marker on that site. Thank you for your effort.
Added by Chris Kelly on Aug 03, 2013 8:57 PM
Patricia Richardson Tillman
Martha Lucile Thompson - Melwood
Thanks for the photo of her grave - still waiting on engraved death date. I'm her niece, Patsy
Added by Patricia Richardson Tillm... on Jul 26, 2013 11:51 AM
LYNN GOSS
Walter and Lois Goss
Thank you for the awesome speed of getting the pics for me My husband William Walter and Lois son will be very happy.<3
Thank you so very much
Lynn E Goss
Added by LYNN GOSS on Jul 08, 2013 2:50 PM
Bud
RE: Mem #43720107
Thanks.
How in the world did you notice that. If he is family or friend and you would like to manage the memorial I will be happy to transfer it to you.
Happy Researching, Bud
Added by Bud on Jul 01, 2013 1:47 AM
Birdgirl
Irving Cecil Bruce
Thanks so much for the tombstone photo. It is appreciated.
Added by Birdgirl on Jun 14, 2013 6:42 AM
kay stafford
Corine Barton Nolan....
I note that Miz Nolan is also buried in Morrow Cemetery .. after leaving Miss Todie's house, my parents moved in with her. Did she have a home across and slightly north of Todie's home? My Uncle Angus McLeod and wife Martha also lived with Miz Nolan's for a while. Is she Todie's sister?

I must tell you that Todie set a life-long habit for me. She made Creamed chipped beef on toast which I begged for. It is still my go-to comfort food. Fortunately, Stoffers makes a very good frozen version.

By the time you were born, we had moved out of Topies house, but we may well have been visiting when you were there.

Todie was a beautiful young woman. Unfortunately, many women of her era remained unmarried. The Civil War left such a shortage of husband material.

Kay
Added by kay stafford on Apr 22, 2013 8:38 PM
kay stafford
Sallie Barton (Miss Todie)
I just happened to find the picture of Miss Todie -- I was born in her home in Morrow in 1935 My parents rented rooms from her. She really spoiled me and I truly loved her. When our family grew we moved away, but returned to visit often. Unfortunately, I became a teenager and the visits dwindled. Thank you for posting the picture. I have copied it and will treasure it. Kay McLeod Stafford.
Added by kay stafford on Apr 22, 2013 12:08 PM
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