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|rose jacobs||Monroe and Louise Howle|
Thanks for the pictures!
|Patti Carleton Sanders||Inez Lewis|
Cemetery has name has been changed, thank you for heads up, Patti
Great....and message deleted. ;)
Added by dawgfan on Apr 19, 2017 1:42 PM
|kathy henson||Preston Williams|
Again, thanks so much!
|kathy henson||George and Maggie Mae Thomas|
Thank you once again for the photos. I really appreciate your dedication and time and efforts!
It looks to be close to the top left corner of that large field and you are most welcome! :)
Added by dawgfan on Apr 19, 2017 6:08 AM
Per my info:
Located approx 3 miles NE of Brunson, off Manker Street. North of the intersection of Hogarth Road. Latitude: 32.95402, Longitude: -81.15086
You can see it on Google Earth if you enter those coordinates.
Added by dawgfan on Apr 18, 2017 6:21 AM
|Pat Berel||Ollie Mitchell Billingsley|
Thank you for the nice photo you added to her memorial. It is much appreciated. May the favor return to you.
I think I got them all done. :)
Added by dawgfan on Apr 10, 2017 6:53 AM
Appreciated your respond to my question about the possible burial of this man in the same cemetery as his son, Dr. James Lawrence Kearse (#141730225). Speaking of the latter, did you get a chance to read the biography I added. The comments about him right after his death in the local Bamberg newspaper are fascinating. Couldn't say those things these days. On the
other hand, I guess we are all a little bit eccentric.
F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Musuem of Civil War Medicine
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