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Gayle Harmon (#47547658)
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Bio Photo Veteran US Airforce 1981-1987

Live in Griffin Ga
Work as a nurse, urgent care/family practice. Love cycling and reading. Love doing family research and helping others find their loved ones.

I am direct paternal descendent of John Harmon b1617 England, who sailed on the ship "Love" in July 1635 arriving in New England. He was the first settler of Springfield, Mass. in 1640. He is my 8th great grandfather.

Any photos that were taken by me may be used on genealogy websites such as ancestry.com. You have my permission. All I ask is that I am given photography credit.

Thks...Gayle
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Alabama Wadsworth
J. F. Griffin
I also think Griffin was one of the wounded soldiers on the train out of Atlanta and Jonesboro and met a worse fate during the train collision. He appears to have survived a few days. It was a horrible accident.
Added by Alabama Wadsworth on Jul 03, 2017 6:15 PM
Alabama Wadsworth
Henry Deal died 1864
I think Henry was on a train loaded with wounded soldiers that collided with another train near Milner, GA on Sept 1, 1864 in front of the Wadsworth Plantation. He survived the initial crash and was taken to the hospital in Barnesville, GA and died on Sept 8th, 1864. The large number of confederates killed in crash are buried in a mass grave and the city of Barnesville may be digging them up soon. We are fighting them! There are 140 people buried there in addition to the mass grave of 30 soldiers.
Added by Alabama Wadsworth on Jul 03, 2017 5:22 PM
Alabama Wadsworth
Henry Deal died 1864
I think Henry was on a train loaded with wounded soldiers that collided with another train near Milner, GA on Sept 1, 1864 in front of the Wadsworth Plantation. He survived the initial crash and was taken to the hospital in Barnesville, GA and died on Sept 8th, 1864. The large number of confederates killed in crash are buried in a mass grave and the city of Barnesville may be digging them up soon. We are fighting them! There are 140 people buried there in addition to the mass grave of 30 soldiers.
Added by Alabama Wadsworth on Jul 03, 2017 5:19 PM
Love in Family
Walt and Berner Spillers
HAppy Memorial Day and Thank you for your service !
I so appreciate the transfer of Walt and Berner it was unexpected but wonderful !! I hope you were able to enjoy your day . Love in Family, Bren Sorensen
Added by Love in Family on May 29, 2017 4:12 PM
Bob McCarroll
Jane Coulter
Hi Gayle. Thanks for posting the grave of Jane Coulter, my first cousin twice removed. Would you please add this brief bio?
"Jane was the daughter of James Coulter and Mary Jane Coulter. She immigrated to Suffield in 1911, where her uncle James Coulter and aunt Margaret Coulter McCarroll were already living. She was a housekeeper for Morton Harris."
Bob McCarroll
Added by Bob McCarroll on May 07, 2017 5:11 PM
Carol Harmon
Simeon Harmon 92297689
I am confused about this burial. On Ancestry.com, there is given as a source of his burial, a veteran,s burial card saying that he is buried in the Rest Haven Cemetery in Phelps, Ontario, NY. According to the Harmon Genealogy, by Atremas Harman, He was alive in Phelps in 1795.In my husbands ancestry, his son Hiram came to Michigan from Phelps, Ontario, NY.
What do you think? I know there are several in that ancestry with the name Simeon. Our Simeon was a in the Revelutionary War.
Added by Carol Harmon on Apr 25, 2017 8:47 AM
Love in Family
Robert Monroe Pilkenton, 1855-1924
The pix you posted here is actually in the left side cemetery and from his father's plot, please remove it from this one (49487867) and place it on his father's memorial, Same name 1822- 1868 his memorial is (159242921) thanks for all you do with find a grave. Bren
Added by Love in Family on Feb 23, 2017 3:43 AM
debeejay
# 164139834 William W. Ewing SR
# 164139834 I just created a F A G memorial for William W. Ewing SR in Crestlawn Cemetery, Atlanta. I see you have made one for William W. Ewing Jr, his son. On that page you have linked Jr as a spouse to his mother, Evelyn B. Ewing. Would you please unlink them as spouses and make them mother and son. It is very confusing in this cemetery as there are two William Ewing Jrs. Very different ages, dates. Evelyn's stone has her husband listed (double stone) and it clearly says her husband is Sr. You might remove your picture of the double stone from Jr's page. Apparently, Jr only has the Military (US Marines)marker. Then you could place your picture of the double stone on Sr's memorial page.

I suggested an edit for you on Evelyn's full name, too.

Thanks,
Debbie Pearson
#47495832
Added by debeejay on Jun 08, 2016 6:26 PM
Winnette
Are you still here?
You are not making edits as requested and we are wondering, if you are still active on Find A Grave.
Added by Winnette on Jun 03, 2016 12:08 PM
BobbyC
RE: FAG Email
Personally, I would leave both possibly with a note about the other. I have seen this before usually military deaths.

BobbyC
Added by BobbyC on Jan 23, 2016 8:33 AM
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