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Ruth Davis Root (#46894369)
 member for 9 years, 11 months, 23 days
Betty Harris Smith
Robert Dover 1909
Robert was not the son of Robert Short Dover. His parents were William Henry and Sarah Adaline Dooly Dover. He is my cousin. Buried at Ebenezer Methodist Church , Habersham Co., GA
Betty Harris Smith

Added by Betty Harris Smith on Feb 03, 2017 11:20 AM

Wire Cemetery
Edwards County, Kansas

I am having trouble identifying the location of this cemetery. Your notes say 4 miles south of Kinsley on west side of Highway 183. John Wire lived about 4 miles south of Kinsley and 4 miles west of the highway. Would you please check your description again and let me know? Thanks. ~ Chris

Added by Chris on Nov 01, 2016 9:16 PM

Gail Fisher Walker
Malinda Jane Broyles Robinson
It was my pleasure to post the death notice that you provided at the Memorial of Malinda Broyles Robinson. Thank you.

Added by Gail Fisher Walker on Aug 08, 2015 11:50 AM

Willie Eugene Pelt

Thanx so much for the obit info for Willie. Due credit given. Keep up the good work in F.A.G.
Have a great day.

Added by Popeye on Aug 07, 2015 6:25 AM

Mary E. Murphy
Col. F. L. Dancy
Hi Ruth:

I have added your article to the Memorial. Thank you for sending it to me.


Added by Mary E. Murphy on Jul 20, 2015 3:30 PM

Jose Filipe Chavez
Thank you Ruth for the information. I added it to his memorial.

Added by Nay on Apr 05, 2015 12:47 PM

See Memorial# 32836188
Wanted to let you know, the "image note" you added explaining who the correct father of Hollis Wade McGuire was, can now be REMOVED from Memorial# 32836188. I noticed this, because Hollis was previously linked in error, to Memorial# 7309018 which I now manage. I submitted an edit to get Hollis linked to his correct father, and this has been fixed now.

Added by AlongTheWay on Aug 26, 2014 3:45 PM

Robert Bennett
Lucille Marshall # 82472051
The spouse connection for Lucille Marshall to Albert D. Marshall (1914 - 1975) was made on her memorial. You need to contact RD (#46789230) to make the correction.

Added by Robert Bennett on Jul 01, 2014 4:07 PM

Old Clarkesville Cemetery
I'm sorry that I didn't completely explain. I have never lived in Georgia. When I first joined Find A Grave I searched my MARTIN line back to Habersham County. I located Philip Martin buried at Old Clarkesville Cemetery and decided to research and list those individuals on Find A Grave. Cheryl Williams who lives close to the cemetery and is associated with the Friends Society worked with me to take headstone photos and make corrections. She is also a member of Find A Grave Member 47256955. I think you should contact her about the family information you have there. I know it would be so appreciated. Let me know what I can do if you need any assistance.
Shirley Nance

Added by S PRICE Nance on Jun 08, 2014 11:31 AM

Thank you for the photos for these memorials and information has been added. The Old Clarkesville Memorial Cemetery was one of the first projects I submitted to Find A Grave. I researched the burials, and Cheryl Williams did the headstone photos. The Friends of the Old Clarkesville Memorial Cemetery Society uses our Find A Grave memorials. Thank you.

Added by S PRICE Nance on Jun 07, 2014 9:32 PM

Andrew Ayers Martin, M.D., J.D.
Josiah Jenkins Anderson
Josiah Jenkins Anderson died in 1918 [not 1978], and is buried at Mt Pleasant Methodist Cemetery, Banks County with wife Susannah Nix Anderson, and next to their daughter Henrietta Anderson and her husband Benson Bascom Garrison, and next to his parents Enoch Candler Garrison and Orpha Clementine Meaders. My grandmother Myrtle Garrison was daughter of Josiah Jenkins Anderson and Susanah Nix. The book on Josiah Jenkins Anderson said Joshua's full name was Joshua Polk Anderon. Thank you for maintaining the memorial.

Added by Andrew Ayers Martin, M.D.... on Mar 29, 2013 11:06 AM

Pat Gillespie
RE: Solomon Lucinda Nichols
I did read Nancy's info, and I will definitely get Nichols' photos when I see them.

Added by Pat Gillespie on Feb 11, 2013 6:36 AM

RE: Red Springs
I will defintely look for you!! There were lots of McGuires there, but didn't have a request for them so I didn't take pictures. Tell me the names and/or request them and I'll go back ASAP!!

Added by C T H on Nov 18, 2012 10:29 PM

RE: Headstone Photo of Jack Hanna
Yes I live about 10 miles from Henson cemetery in red springs.

Added by C T H on Nov 18, 2012 1:41 PM

RE: Headstone Photo of Jack Hanna
You are most welcome! I added some other Hanna's as well.

Added by C T H on Nov 18, 2012 9:57 AM

RE: Listing of almost ALL Civil War Soldiers

Thanks for the link, I will check that out!


Added by Irish-ish on Oct 26, 2012 5:05 AM

RE: W Fulwood
Absolutely! If I find anything to the contrary I will let you know. There are occasional unidentified graves in Rose Hill because it is SO large; he could be one of those. Thanks!

Added by Irish-ish on Oct 25, 2012 8:24 PM

W Fulwood
Hi Ruth,

I checked the Rose Hill Cemetery records today for W Fulwood for you. Not long ago I checked on a John Thomas Fulwood for a different photo request, and I remember thinking back then that there was something strange about the Fulwoods' connection to Rose Hill. I've never looked further into the Fullwood/Fulwood line, but I will tell you what little I know.

There are no Fulwoods/Fullwoods buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, per the cemetery records. BUT, a John Thomas Fullwood did apparently have something to do with the cemetery a few years after its founding in 1840. I'm not sure how or if he is related to W Fulwood. John Thomas is the only Fulwood/Fullwood listed in the cemetery index.

On June 10, 1849, John Thomas Fullwood purchased 4 cemetery lots (not plots, but lots) in the Holly Ridge section. (There are about 10 "ridges" in Rose Hill). He purchased Lot 8 in Block 1, Lot 9 in Block 1, lot 10 in Block 1, and Lot 11 in Block 1. This was 9 years after the cemetery first opened and was the new cemetery in Macon; the original city cemetery, called the Old City Cemetery, had fallen out of use by this point and many citizens were starting to gravitate to Rose Hill, with its terraces and landscaping.

Despite purchasing 4 lots, the Fullwoods apparently did not use any of these family lots. On Feb 15, 1893, John Thomas Fullwood sold Lot 8 to a D. Keating. There are 3 graves in this lot; Dennis Keating, James Keating, and Mary Keating. All are unmarked.

On May 3, 1904, John Thomas Fullwood sold Lot 10 to a J.W. Sofge. There is only 1 grave in this lot; Clara Sorge, wife of J.W. Sofge. J.W. Sofge is not buried in Rose Hill, so I can only guess that he must have purchased this lot solely for his wife. I haven't gone to any of these lots, so I don't know how big they are. I also don't know how old John was when he bought the lots in 1849, but he must have been pretty old in 1904 when he resold this one.

The other two lots never officially sold per what I was reading today. Lot 11 has 2 burials; Sarah Allene Muecke and William Muecke. Lot 9 has several burials (I apologize - I thought I wrote down the surname buried in this lot, but I did not.. They are all from the same family, though). The individual names in this lot are Martha, Carl C. Sr., C.H., Charles F., Louise, and Mary.

Lot 11 has one mystery - an unmarked, unidentified grave that has no name in the cemetery records. I don't know if it was someone from the family that is buried there, or if it is one of the Fullwoods.

I'm not sure this helps or not!

Added by Irish-ish on Oct 25, 2012 7:44 PM

Reuben Glen Davis Sr
RE: F.M.G. Nix & Elizabeth London
Hi Ruth I also found the census Fransis Marion G. Nix, the (Marion) is probably right, I will keep checking. I hope you guys in Texas will join us Old Rebs. in electing Romney Pres. & please remember Ted Cruz for U.S. Sanate.. Reuben

Added by Reuben Glen Davis Sr on Oct 05, 2012 10:13 AM

Reuben Glen Davis Sr
RE: F.M.G. Nix & Elizabeth London
Hi Ruth, FRANSIS M. G. Nix. I will try to find out what the M.G. stands for, & get back with you, if I do... Reuben

Added by Reuben Glen Davis Sr on Oct 04, 2012 8:24 PM

Reuben Glen Davis Sr
F.M.G. Nix & Elizabeth London
Ruth, Elizabeth London married F.M.G. Nix 13 Nov 1879 in White Co. Ga. (Book A-Page 290). Not 03 Nov. Reuben Davis

Added by Reuben Glen Davis Sr on Sep 30, 2012 1:18 PM

Marguerite Collins
MW Collins
Dear Ruth,
Thank you for your research on Grove Hill Cemetery in De Soto Parish, LA. You have listed my great grandfather, Moses Wiley Collins and his family. If you would like info on these relatives, I can happily give you some for Find A Grave.

Added by Marguerite Collins on Aug 29, 2012 10:06 AM

crissy y
RE: Maria Gilia Lusero De Baca
your very welcome, and thank you

Added by crissy y on Aug 26, 2012 8:28 PM

Joseph Mann
RE: Photo of my great uncle
You're very welcome. I hope it helped.

Added by Joseph Mann on Aug 18, 2012 5:45 PM

Wylie Blackwell
Thank you for the memorial. It will be well taken care of. I made five more memorials for Grove hill last nite from obits. I am so thankful you added all those memorials. Its a shame to learn all these facts so late in life. I was rasied right in that area. My grandfather was J W Cooper from Naborton.

Thanks Again,

Added by Wylie Blackwell on Aug 16, 2012 9:10 AM


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