|William Harrison||William Ambrose Wright???|
My brickwall is William Wright 1787-1839 who is buried in the Wright/Williams cemetery of Sonney Jones Road in Ivanhoe area of Bulloch.
There is no evidence found to date that his middle name was Ambrose...the real William Ambrose Wright has different birth/marriage/death dates...which is why my William continues to be a wall for all our family, which includes my cousin Jean Carter.
Submitted with respect & kindest Regards,
born & raised in Savannah
now living in South Florida
|Jean ||RE: Hello|
Back to looking again for William parents. So many Wrights with William as a son. My uncle thought he may have come from Duplin, NC. So off searching again. My mother is gone now and so are others. Not many left in the Wright lines.
Added by Jean on May 29, 2015 5:12 PM
we both been working on the Wright lines and wondering if you found anything on William Wright b 1787 d 1839.
Added by Jean on May 28, 2015 9:49 AM
|D Shiflet||Norton Family updates|
First let me say thank you for adding Sarah Elizabeth Schwinn Norton #34098758 and William Frederick Norton #34098425 to Find A Grave.
Sarah is my (Aunt Liz) could you please connect her parents for me?
Jacob Schwinn #77881449
Marie Regina Herfel Schwinn #77881476
Sarah and William were married in 1930.
William was known as an abbreviated form of his middle name "Fred" and he is a Sr.
Sarah was known as an abbreviated form of her middle name "Liz".
Thank you in advance for your help.
|Linda Lee DeWitt Lewis||Lena Groover|
Thank you, Paul for the transfer!
Cheers to you, also!
|Robert Burris||RE: Ida Fish Graham headstone photo|
Glad to help I live close to cemetery and enjoy helping Paul. Bob Burris
|September||RE: Virginia Black|
You're welcome. I did not know Virginia, the photograph was scanned from a military photo album. I had also added photos to her husband Claude's memorial.
|nu2ga||RE: WW Wright Obituary|
I was glad to do it. I think obituaries are such a wonderful source of information.
Added by nu2ga on Jun 30, 2011 5:11 PM
|David Sawdy||Captain William Cone Cemetery|
Have you been at this cemetery? I was there today and didn't find anything like the picture you have posted. The land is owned by the Gruver family, they escorted me .9 miles south of State route 119 next to a power line right of way. There are 4 grave stones and 4 plastic pipe tees at the head of sunken holes which I take as graves. The area is a wooded area that has lots of undergrouth one stone was covered with a fallen tree that I removed to photo the headstone. This cemetery isn't far from the bank of the Ogeachee River. It is on private land. I have pictures of the cemetery and surrounding area.
|Sharlotte Neely Donnelly||RE: Cone graves to you?|
You just email Find a Grave at firstname.lastname@example.org with the reminder that William has passed away and the names of those you would like to take responsibility for.
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