|Tim Day (#48448024)|
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I have always enjoyed walking through cemeteries and looking at old grave stones. I am a History major and I enjoy all phases of history, and I enjoy digging around my family tree in my spare time.|
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|John Burgess||RE: Callahams|
This is the father of John Callaham according to the memorial:
|John Burgess||RE: Callahams|
I have not traced James Stevenson Callaham but did find his parents.
6. James Stevenson CALLAHAM -
(Amy E Robinson)
b: 22 FEB 1825 Level Land, Abbeyville, South Carolina
|John and Diana Deason Wasson||RE: Cottons|
I am sorry but I do not have anything on Harkley. Since I live in Clyde and the Clyde Cemetery had never been recorded I did it.
|Charles Randall||RE: Cottons|
Sorry, I don't have anything on the Cotton family except what I have obtained from ancestry.com. Annie was the wife of my great uncle, Joseph Green Drinkard, an older brother of my grand father. I remember seeing them many years ago when I was a small boy but since they lived way out in west Texas, Snyder, and we lived in Arlington we didn't visit. I think my grandparents went out there to visit a few times but I don't remember much. Sorry I can't be of much help.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Grave of Missouri Hensley|
I can't remember if there were any unmarked graves nearby. I live about an hour away from this cemetery. I had photographed the entire cemetery back in 2010 and of course I only photograph the tombstones. I don't know who you could ask for help that might live nearby. Sorry, I am not more helpful.
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||RE: Callahams|
I just sent you an e-mail to the address on your profile. Nice to hear from you.
|Aimee Watson Davis||RE: Victoria Robinson Strickland|
Sorry, I don't have any other information at this time.
|Craig Scott Burnes||Eliza Burnes|
Tim, I apologize that it took me so long to get back to you. I do not have Internet access on a regular basis...
I do not have the old pictures you requested...Sorry!
The death certificates I posted on Find A Grave were accidently found while I was searching a database on the University of Georgia's website. I posted all that I could find.
I'm sorry that I could not be of more assistance.
|sem||RE: Murdocks- Davis|
Tim, Yes, I am connected to Isaac Judson Murdock in the following manner. Isaac Judson was the son of Isaac Murdock & Elizabeth Gaines who are buried unmarked graves, Old Armuchee.
Isaac was the 11th child of James Murdoch & Elizabeth Davenport. I descend from their youngest child (#15)Joseph Murdoch.
Added by sem on Aug 31, 2015 6:40 PM
|CWDavis||Lula McGahagin 1874-1891|
Tim - please tell me anything you know about Alelia Tellulah "Lula" McGagahin Younge
b. Sep. 11, 1874 d. Aug. 13, 1891
buried in Ocklawaha Community Cemetery,
Ocklawaha, Marion County, Florida, USA
My great grandmother was Alelia Talula McGahagin White 1854-1892. She was also called "Lula" and was born in Georgia, but she traveled to Brazil with her father, Capt Joshua, and married my great-granddad there, and gave birth to my granddad and his siblings before dying in Plainview, Texas, in Hale County.
Carolyn White Davis
Added by CWDavis on Aug 06, 2015 8:36 PM
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