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Susan Lane Helms (#47363787)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 23 days
This is correct Seaborn Debary
Seaborn Childs DEBARY

BIRTH 16 OCTOBER 1913 Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, USA
DEATH 30 OCT 1930 Jacksonville, Duval, Florida, USA

Added by Kris on Jan 31, 2016 9:10 PM

Memorial # 91878255
If you look at the photo and the clothing Seaborn was wearing, they do not reflect the period. The latest it could have been taken 1927, he would have been in his late 70's.
I know that this name was given to several descendants. You just need to find the right one.
Regards, Kris

Added by Kris on Jan 31, 2016 9:04 PM

Mark Donnell
Judge Van Buren Baughan #138630476
HI Susan:

I am trying to locate any information on the father of Judge Baughan whose name is Carter T. Baughan or William G Baughan my GGG Grandfather. We believe he is buried in Colquitt as that was his last location in the 1870 census. I have had no luck in finding any information and anything you might have would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Mark Donnell

Added by Mark Donnell on Jan 18, 2016 8:17 PM

Willie Mae Phillipsn Sheffield
Please correct the cemetery name to Hillcrest Memorial.
M Ellis

Added by mellis on Dec 29, 2015 11:48 PM

Willie Mae Sheffield
When you have a chance, Willie Mae is in Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery not in Palm Beach Memorial.
M Ellis

Added by mellis on Dec 18, 2015 7:59 PM

Willie Mae Sheffield
You need to correct the cemetery in which she is buried to Hillcrest Memeorial as well.

Added by mellis on Dec 11, 2015 1:43 PM

Willie MaeSheffield
In trying to locate Willie Mae I researched her husband who is buried in Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery. We struck out finding her in Palm Beach Memorial Park. We happily found her buried with her husband in Hillcrest. You might want to add a link to him on her page.
M Ellis

Added by mellis on Dec 11, 2015 12:47 PM

charles harrison
Duplicate memorials
Ms. Helms, did you know that your memorials 125247501 , and 110638023 are duplicate memorials that already existed when you created them? The William M. Phillips memorial even shows he is buried in the Harmony cemetery in Colquitt Ga. where he is the only one buried there (two Harmony cemeteries?-NOPE), this is totally incorrect information, however, the memorials are impressive with pictures and links but all that information should have been added to the already existent memorials in the actual Harmony Cemetery. I am sure you already knew this and I do not mean to insult your intelligence. If William M. and Zipporah were your parents, grands, or great grands, Findagrave admin will fix this for you. If not, you should.

Added by charles harrison on Apr 19, 2015 7:40 AM

Justin Johnston
Joseph Gilbert Johnston
Hey Susan,

I just saw where you uploaded a pic of him! That is awesome! He was the brother of my great great grandfather, Henry Jabez "Jabe" Johnston. What is your relation to him? Do you have any other pics of the Johnstons from that era?

I would love to talk!


Added by Justin Johnston on Mar 18, 2015 11:28 AM

Bertie Sue ROBERTS
Here is another story--I have made a list of subjects for stories that I remember.

It was holiday time and Berta was in the Armed Forces. She wanted to go home for the holiday. She was in Pennsylvania and there was a blizzard going on.

Berta finally found someone who was going up in a plane and he was willing to take Berta with. It was the last plane allowed to take off in a storm.

They got lost in the storm and flew around and around until they were running out of fuel. The pilot asked Berta if she would bail out. She answered that she would if he would.

Exiting the plane, Berta hit her leg on something and broke it.

When Berta landed in a field, she dragged herself to the fence and attached the parachute to the fence to make a tent.

The pilot also had bailed out of the plane. Someone picked him up and he was in a car to warm up. They also gave him some alcoholic beverage to warm him.

They had him on the radio bawling and squalling and begging everyone to go out in the storm and find Bertie Sue Roberts.

Berta was in the hospital for three years with her leg. The broken ends of the bone would not mesh together and heal. They just continued to rub against each other and caused Berta problems all her life.

This was during World War II which started when Pearl Harbor was attacked on Berta's birthday.

More later. You may wish to post these stories on Berta's record at

Added by Janet on Nov 03, 2014 5:00 AM

RE: Albert Brantley Roberts 43808920
I do not remember many stories because it has been 20 years since I heard them.

I remember Berta talking about John B. often.

The name "Berta" comes from the time a child in Berta's grade school class (Berta also was a child at the time) snitched to the teacher about something Bertie Sue had done--it might have been about beating some boy up. The teacher replied, "Oh, I know Berta would never do something like that." Only her family called her "Berta." I take liberties.

Berta said their family was poor, but her parents loved each other and they loved their children. Berta was very spoiled as the baby of the family.

When Berta's Dad was dying, he apologized to her for dying on a weekday and causing her to make an extra trip home during the week. He said he should at least have had the courtesy to die on a week end.

Berta told many stories of her childhood days. She and her siblings went swimming often in a certain place. They always swam down to check and see if a certain water moccasin was asleep in his den. He always was. They did not worry about him as they (in error) knew water moccasins cannot bite under water.

Berta was teaching in a high school. She and another teacher had identical cars. Berta let students drive her car (I do not remember where to). One boy returned to school and told Berta how much he had enjoyed the radio in her car. Berta's car did not have a radio. This is how they learned that Berta's car key would also work in the other teacher's car. When that teacher learned about it, she traded cars the same day.

Berta had a financee. He went to India in the armed forces. When he returned, he was using tobacco products. Berta would not have him. She never married.

Berta told several stories about when she was in the Air Force (or was she in the Army?). I assume you know about when she bailed out of an airplane in a snow storm over Pennsylvania.

Later Gator

Best wishes and Happy Halloween

PS I did enjoy Dimple Dee. Thank you for thinking of me.

Added by Janet on Oct 26, 2014 5:33 PM

Barbara Rademacher
Photo of Joel Alexander Ingram
I live near Benton County Memorial Park and will go over there to take a photo of Joel's grave in the next couple of days.

Barbara Rademacher

Added by Barbara Rademacher on Aug 14, 2014 8:44 AM

Seaborn DeBary
Hi Susan
Here's the info on how to delete the photo, you have to do it.

How do I delete a photo?
In order to delete a photo you have added to a memorial, you first must make sure you are logged in.
Next, go to the person's memorial for whom you added the photo.
Click on the photo you have added and on the page that comes up there will be a button above the photo that says, "Delete."
Click that button to delete the photo.


Added by Rosalie on Sep 08, 2013 1:03 PM

Seaborn Childs DeBary
The new picture of Seaborn as a young man is incorrect. This is actually a picture of his grandson. My mistake Will you please remove?

I tried, but I don't know how.
I'll ask my son this weekend.

Added by Rosalie on Sep 05, 2013 8:20 PM

Seaborn Childs DeBary
The new picture of Seaborn as a young man is incorrect. This ia actually a picture of his grandson. My mistake Will you please remove?

I tried, but I don't know how.
I'll ask my son this weekend.

Added by Rosalie on Sep 05, 2013 8:20 PM

RE: James M Roberts 43663409
Hello. Sorry to be pesky, but you may have answers.

Is the name of the spouse of Martha FULGHUM James Marscellus or James Madison? I have seen both, but I have not seen a source for either. THX

Added by Janet on Aug 21, 2013 8:17 AM

RELanora Cordelia Hornsby Lane 43703113
Hello. Thank you so much for all you have done.

I just saw a wonderful photo of Lanora at She is probably in her 50s and is wearing a dark-colored dress with a white lace collar and a row of white buttons going down the front.

The site will not let me save the photo or I would send you a copy. If you would like a copy, you might ask relatives who has a copy of the photo.

Also, do you know any folks who were related to Eldridge Ezekiel Hornsby who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints like Berta was? I would like to confer with such a person.

I am thrilled to have met a person who actually knew Bertie Sue. Best wishes

Added by Janet on Aug 19, 2013 10:13 AM

Albert Brantley Roberts 43808920
I just wish to thank you for adding the photo of Albert.

So this is what Bertie Sue Robert's uncle looked like. She told me many stories about her family.

Best wishes

Added by Janet on Aug 15, 2013 5:58 AM

Tom Benefield
RE: 1st Lt. James Lane

Can you email me direct at so we can discuss some more about this. I have some questions, etc.

Thank you,


Added by Tom Benefield on Aug 12, 2013 12:13 PM

chuck cummins
SUSAN - The memorial was taken directly from the Veteran's Affairs records. Copied below...

DATE OF BIRTH: 12/01/1925
DATE OF DEATH: 12/25/2006
BURIED AT: SECTION A-14 ROW B SITE 12 Click to view the cemetery map
(850) 453-4108

If you have records that prove her middle name was different, you might give them a call.


Added by chuck cummins on Jul 06, 2013 4:55 PM

RE: Ether Culbreth grave
No, sorry it was a picture of the grave.

Added by PDS on Apr 29, 2013 5:06 PM

Linda Parker Helms
RE: Ida T Cooper gravesite
It was my pleasure to take the photo for you. I live in Colquitt, Ga so it was only a short drive.

Added by Linda Parker Helms on Apr 28, 2013 9:26 AM

Iriss Hill
Dan Milton
No, I'm not related.

Added by Iriss Hill on Jan 27, 2013 2:25 PM

Sue Edwards
RE: Cairo Cemetery
You are welcome. I added others, but I don't know if they any you can use.

Added by Sue Edwards on Jan 12, 2013 8:01 AM

Ether Culbreth grave
I used a list printed some time ago when I went to Cool Springs today. I searched for and found Mrs. "A. Culbreth", 1904 - 1937. I had a handwritten note with the Ether Lee Ingram Culbreth name and husband Abrey Culbreth. Did not find him, but definitely found her. However, the name on the list today is her full name. I have a picture of Mrs. A. Culbreth. Since there was a name change at some time, I just want to make sure that this is the same person before I add it to the memorial.


Added by PDS on Jan 06, 2013 8:06 PM


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