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Barry White (#46791122)
 member for 11 years, 11 months, 1 day
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Bio Photo The way it reads now.

I get requests to link family members, I do then I get nasty rude emails telling me there wrong. So from now on the only way I will link anyone is if they are on the same headstone. I will be more than glad to transfer the memorial and you can link them. I will be glad to transfer or delete every one I have. I used to enjoy this site but lately there is so much rudeness in the e-mails. I hardly ever get on here anymore.
(Jim, Debbie, I will be glad to do anything for you. It's not because of you, it's others.)

The way it used to read.

I am related to the Harts from Jackson co. Fla. the Piners from Wilmington NC. Allens and Whites from Ga. If you are related to anyone that I have posted and would like them transfered to you I will be glad to do it as long as i'm not related to them, (and most likely i'm not). Some people will only transfer up to 4 generations back, I will transfer no matter how far back it is as long as find a grave don't mind. Now if you only transfer 4 back then thats all I will do for you. What goes around comes around.I would like to have my G.G.G.Grandfathers Capt Henry William Paris and William A. Allen but the contributors have stated they won't transfer back that far. I will be glad to link everyone I can so family members can be closer together. You are welcome to use any of my photos as you like. Just dont create a duplicate memorial, use my photo, then ask me to delete mine, (someone did that). If I have posted any information that is wrong, please let me know and I will correct it. I will delete duplicates, but not if mine was there first. I try to add a flag for every military person and confederate veteran. If you don't stand behind our troops, feel free to stand in front of them. Fredom is not free. It is still being paid for. If you must burn our flag please wrap your self in it first. If you can read this thank a teacher. If You're reading it in english. thank the military.
Have a great day. ^(-.-)^
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Keith G. Cromer
Lewis (Louis) D. Hightower
The bio is from our sheriff's office website.

Lewis (Louis) D. Hightower served as Sheriff from 1928 – 36. NOTE: Historians seem to disagree on the spelling of his first name. Records appear as both Lewis or Louis and the dates are so similar as to give the impression they are one in the same. Lewis (Louis) was born April 28, 1890 to Oscar and Ella L. (Ray) Hightower of Stockbridge. He married Fannie Lambert, born May 14, 1893, sometime in 1912.
If indeed the information is correct, L. D. Hightower was destined to be Sheriff. His Grandfather, Dr. Richard H. Hightower served as Henry County Sheriff three times. His Uncle, though marriage, was Newton Glass who served as Henry County Sheriff for over 15 years.
L. D. Hightower was a county policeman prior to running for Sheriff and received notoriety for his raids on distilleries during prohibition as noted in November 3, 1927 on the front page of The McDonough Advertiser.
On February 23, 1928 L. D. announced his intention to run for Sheriff. The accompanying news article said that he “is a fearless man and will be found at all times to be in the discharge of his official duties”. L. D. went on to win the race for the Democratic nomination between three competitors. L. D. took 1,061 votes, the incumbent Sheriff W. A. Ward took 721 votes and A. D. Tingle acquired 429 votes.
Louis D. Hightower died December 18, 1973 and is buried in Stockbridge alongside his wife Fannie who died October 21, 1967.
Added by Keith G. Cromer on Apr 01, 2017 7:58 PM
Lillian & Harold Dodgen
Thank you sooooo much for allowing me to manage their memorial pages..they were amazing people and always felt like relatives...they begged one year for my mom to let me finish school in ga instead of md...they now rest in peace with my mom..their memory will always be upon my heart..and I appreciate the pages you created.I m gonna link mine to them or delete mine if I cant. Please continue your selfless acts of giving..there's many nasty people among us daily..they win and others loose when we get upset and walk have fulfilled voids for so many..I hope you continue..your record is an inspiration to me..Thank You sooo much!!!
Added by CYNTHIA on Feb 08, 2017 8:33 AM
Jean Wilson
Edith Bryans
In working on my Ancestry,I found Edith Bryans--twice. There is yours, 5/22/2007 #19491051 and one for Edith Wayne Bryans Keaton by JLowery, 1/12/2010 # 46591939. Could you please correct this? Thank you.
Added by Jean Wilson on Dec 17, 2016 7:48 PM
Dr. William H Whitehead, Sr (#19491180)
Mr. White,

A biography has been added to the memorial for this Confederate physician.

Many thanks,

F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Added by bioengineer on Dec 07, 2016 6:15 AM
Dr. William H. Whitehead (#19491180)
Mr. White,

A detailed biography will be added to the memorial of this Confederate physician within two weeks.

Many thanks,

F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Added by bioengineer on Nov 09, 2016 5:28 AM
Delphia Bodine Johnson
Thank you very much for all your hard work. I really appreciate your giving your time to do this work that becomes a part of our American history.
Bodine Johnson
Added by Delphia Bodine Johnson on Oct 13, 2016 10:24 AM
Delphia Bodine Johnson
Thank you very much for all your hard work. I really appreciate your giving your time to do this work that becomes a part of our American history.
Added by Delphia Bodine Johnson on Oct 13, 2016 10:23 AM
Deborah Fincher Allmon
Would you please accept the parent edits for Ben Tillman Huiet Sr #15838059.
Added by Deborah Fincher Allmon on Oct 01, 2016 9:51 AM
Patricia Corbell Gonzalez
James Hiram Jones #28734179
Dear Sir,

I was wondering if you would please transfer the above memorial to me, as this is my great grandfather.


Patricia Corbell
Added by Patricia Corbell Gonzalez on Jul 26, 2016 5:10 PM
gene dawkins/spinks/sills/pittman/tindell
James Anderson Sills
I do apologize for any rudeness you have been shown, and pray it was not from anyone in my extended family. I have not been to his grave in 50 years and appreciate your kindness. I am 5 generations removed and have known of him all my life. I am a proud descendent of his and fly the Bonnie Blue in my front yard. Would love to share with you. My contact: My linage is Dawkins-Spinks-Sills. James is my great-great grandfather, Frank was my great grandfather, his daughter Ruby Sills-Spinks my grandmother, her daughter Caroline was my mother. I have 5 grown children and 13 grandchildren and I am our defacto family historian. With fraternal respect, Gene
Added by gene dawkins/spinks/sills... on Jul 22, 2016 10:31 AM
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