|E Jones (#47192120)|
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|Sharon Ghassami||RE: Nora Crow|
Thank you! This is such a wonderful resource and I know we are all eager to make sure the info is correct--and sometimes we just don't know!
|Sharon Ghassami||Nora Crow|
Ed I want to thank you for posting so many of my Crow ancestors. With my mother years ago we visited the Pickwick area and cemetery. Nora was not buried with the rest of the family. She was buried in a small group of graves out in the woods—I’m assuming she had died before the family began using the larger cemetery. We only found her grave because an elderly local resident knew where it was and lead us to it. I don’t think it has a name. There was a row of graves on one side of the clearing, another row on the opposite side, and all alone in the middle was Nora’s grave. Her full name was Nora Clyde Crow. Thank you so much!
|Virginia King||Bloxter Family|
Hello there, my name is Virginia King and I am the 2xs great-granddaughter of Eula Aker Bloxter who is buried at Myrtle Hill Cemetery.
I was searching for her daughter my grea-grand mother Dora Bloxter King Whatley, I did not find her burial place but was able to find her family.
I have just discovered the name of patriarch of the family Joseph Bloxter, he was born in January about 1872 I think in Calhoun, Gordon County, Georgia, unfortunately I could not find his date of death and do not know where he was laid to rest.
If you should have any information about the Bloxter would you be willing to share with me so I can add to my very sparse family tree.
|Carolyn Rosser Dunklin||Jane Agnew|
Maiden Name: White
|Sherry O'Tinger||Johnny B Thompson|
Hello, my name is Sherry OTinger. My mother was Nancy Thompson OTinger, who was the only child of Johnny Blevins Thompson and Edith Marie Pitts. Johnny's parents were Louise Skates, and Chester Thompson. I was wondering if you may have any info on the Skates or Thompson family?
|Jenny Disque||Oak Hill|
Charles A Hamilton and his wife Madaline Scott Hamilton. Many of his family members are buried in Oak Hill. thanks so much.
|Jenny Disque||Oak Hill Cemetery|
Do you live in the area of this cemetery. I am trying to find someone who can search for a member of the Hamilton family that is buried there.
|Terry Mathis||RE: Hardages|
Thank you. They are my grandparents. I have been to their graves many times since I live across town from them, but it's nice to see their stones on findagrave.
Helen Hardage Godfrey is my mother. I'd love to share my family with you.
Terry Godfrey Mathis
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