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Martin Finch (#47227985)
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Judith Nan Lewis
RE: Lindsey Elsberry
Hi Martin,

I'm sorry, I wasn't able to tell. Thank you so much for letting me know.

I will see if I can get it straighten out.

Until Later.... God Bless,


Added by Judith Nan Lewis on May 06, 2016 6:37 AM

Dianne Bean Barfield
Edmund Camp
You requested a photo of Edmund Camp and the person that tried to find it could not find online. I am the VP of the Cobb Co Genealogical Society and we have some printed books and I will try and see if he is there and maybe I can check with city hall, sometimes I have done that and found some people not listed elsewhere. May not be able to find anything but I will try. Dianne#48112564

Added by Dianne Bean Barfield on Jun 21, 2013 1:20 PM

Sherwood & Ira Camp
Do you know where the Camp Bulletin #7 can be found in its entirity?

Still looking for an elusive connection between Sherwood and Ira.


Added by RI on Apr 06, 2013 9:39 AM

Reuniting the original 1820-1840 Carroll county families
Names of interest include:
Mcintosh, Vann, Jordan, Davis, Hilton, Smith, Rowe, Collins, Dobbins, Patterson, Bass, Henslee, Mcghee, Redwine, Blair, Huckeba, Senoya, Senoia, Noland, Canady, Nalley, Hawkins, Kennedy, Alexander, Sewell, Wade, Petty, Harris, Cobb, Scott, Downs, Sinyard, Bundrum, Whitlow, Fleming, Mccoy, Lowe, Colquitt , Johnson, Lee, Canus, Mahathee, Welch, Proctor, Hinesley, Phillips, Alen, Vandivere, Riley, Robertson, Rogers, Watie, Hicks, Crutchfield, Gill, Wallis, Bryan, Wadkins, Love, Gibson, Coryell, Aderhold, Lamar, Woodall, Parris, Paris, Chambers, Hodges, Wallace, Newman, Jackson, Lyle, Woods, Bonner, Jones, Durrett, Mcdaniel, Daniels, Brown, Freeman, Foreman, Godard, Carter, Hood, Sockwell, Treadwell, Little, Muse, Russell, Mcswain, Martin, Ballard, Griffin, Blackburn, Walker, Payne, Lusk, Crowell, Herrod, Pleas, Gray, Grey, Hill, Foster, Toney, Terrell, Terrill, Graves, Miller, Adair, Rooks, Sticher, Peek, Daugherty, Causey, Thompson, Boudinot, Jeffries, Petit, and several others including those on the 1830Carroll county, Ga census descendants.

Areas of interest:
1820-1840 time frames of Carroll county, Douglas county, Cobb county, Campbell county, and Paulding county, Georgia.

Added by Saponi on Mar 19, 2013 7:54 PM

Tom Streetman
RE: Josiah Camp
You're welcome!

Added by Tom Streetman on Nov 03, 2012 7:36 PM

Old Southern Belle
Followup to Benis Bates
I have checked the Haralson Co 1860 census. Dennis Bates was 40 yrs old and wife Sarah 34. This would indicate that Dennis was born 1820. Benis was born 1810. Even in the 1880 census Dennis was not born in 1810. I do not believe it is Dennis. Show me! If you disagree.

Added by Old Southern Belle on Jul 27, 2012 7:39 PM

Old Southern Belle
Benis Bates
I am sorry but you offer no proof of this being Dennis and not Benis. The Haralson Historical Society has this marker as Benis Bates. I can not change the name without documented proof of the name or a photo of the marker, with the same dates. I will gladly edit the memorial if you can provide proof of the name. I will check the census and see what I can find on him. Thank you for alerting me to a possible error.

Added by Old Southern Belle on Jul 27, 2012 6:11 PM

Judith Nan Lewis
RE: High Shoals
Thank you so much Martin for your kindness in letting me know there are actually two cemeteries, Old High Shoals & High Shoals located there. I did not know this. I'm over here in Alabama and I have not visited the cemeteries in GA. I will move the link for my Great Grandfather, George Richard Durham, across the road where is should be.

Until Later.....God Bless,
Judith Nan Lewis

Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Mar 12, 2012 12:09 AM

Tom Blasingame
Old Shady Grove
I went with someboy else who knew his way around, but I do remember it was tricky. On the road to the the new cem and church, go past that road for about 100 feet. You will see a sign saying "Owens Mill Path". It looks like someone's driveway, but turn in there. Keep going until the road kind of ends next to a brick house. You will see the Cemetery, but will still have to walk the rest of the way to it.
Somebody really hid this one. Good luck finding it.

Tom Blasingame

Added by Tom Blasingame on Jan 16, 2012 9:41 AM

Barry Colbaugh
Ira Jeptha Camp
Any Idea where he is buried. I also have a camp named Rail or Ryan any help appreciated.

Camp Burrell Marion - New Shoals Church Cemetery High Shoals Road in Burnt Hickory Braswell Mountain Area Paulding County born 13 Oct 1822 died 21 May 1912, 12 Sept 1910 Row 6 His wife Sarah Ann Holland pension 1912 states entered service April 1862, Atlanta, Georgia In Virginia guarding the Emory and Henry College Discharged March 1864 Was on 2 months Furlough Witness T.M. Brooks & J.L. Canup Shows him in Company E Born in Dallas, Georgia Paulding, Co.

Camp Ira Jeptha. - Ira Jeptha Camp b. June 7, 1844 in Cobb Co, GA Died Georgia 1911 Married Eliza Vaughn Joined Company E in March of 1862 and serve about 9 months Discharged at Jeffersonville, Va. For health trouble. Heart disease, J.J. Canup witness served March 1862 till January 1863 GFB Davis noted as a hard shell Baptist

Camp Rial M (Ryan)(Moses?)

Added by Barry Colbaugh on Sep 23, 2011 12:31 AM


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