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|Pat Gillespie (#46926725)|
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|I live in the North GA mountains and love it. My favorite pastime is roaming cemeteries and taking pics, not just for myself but for others. |
Always excites me when it helps someone who is unable to get it themselves. Glad to help, and if you need transfers or anything, don't hesitate to ask. I'll be glad to help you any way I can. Feel free to use any of my photos, I share good!
My lines out of
Franklin County and Banks County are Kesler/Segars/Cheek/Norton. Barrow County, GA - Attaway/Peppers/Greeson/Cheek.
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|Rick Miller||JAE Norris|
Find A Grave Memorial# 80472284
My name is Rick Miller. JAE is my GG grandfather. I've been searching for his memorial and I appreciate you taking the time to get it set up. Would you mind transferring the memorial to me.
My number is 47655001
Than ks Rick Miller
|Patricia Freels||Nelia Shackelford|
Hi she was my great grandfathers first wife and added some info. I hope that is okay with you.
John Mordecai Shackelford is my mother's grandfather. Her name is Jessie Bell Massey Freels and she was born in Franklin county.
Thank you Patricia Freels
|Donna ||RE: Sigers|
-In someway both names are correct. I think Calven is his given name. But some people called him Callaway. Maybe his name was Callaway and he didn't like it. So he used Calven instead. It's one of those things I wish I had thought to ask along time ago. His wife's name was Adis McClellon. (born May 10,1878 died August 16, 1954) She was a full blooded native american. But I don't know what tribe. Both of them were raised by their grandparents. They had 12 children.
Ida Lovada S. Williams b.1-14-1895 d.3-11-1966
William "Bill" Harvey S b.10-4-1896 d.1-12-1973
John Wesley S. b.1-11-1898 d.2-4-1961
Mary Elizabeth S.Parker b.6-28-1900 d.9-25-1978
James Clifton S. b.2-14-1903 d.6-28-1979
Knox Aron S. b.6-14-1905 d.6-12-1977
Patie Fred S. Webster b.9-27-1907 d.11-17-2004
"Pay-she"(Her Aunt Patie & Uncle Fred begged her mother to let them name her. She relented and they named her after themselves.)
Luther Gene S. b.3-12-1910 d.12-25-1972
Albert S. 5-23-1912 d.2-14-1982
Orabell S. b.5-3-1914 d.4-1-1916
Geariamae S. Simpson b.6-6-1918 d.12-1-1949
Dollie S. Jordan Aiken b.9-29-1920 d.20
Added by Donna on Sep 19, 2017 12:20 AM
|Donna ||Sigers Family|
First, thank you for all your contributions that have or will help me find and learn what I can about my Family Forest. (I'm finding it all too far reaching to be called A Tree.) I have just joined Find a Grave. My Great-Grandfather, James Calven Sigers was born May 30, 1873. He was raised by his grandparents. His father had died and his mother remarried. He had a half brother who came to live with him for a while after he was married. AT some point his mother married a man named Whitecotten. If you come across anything that might help me find his family, please let me know. Have you seen any graves with the name Whitecotten?
Again, Thank you for the information and photos you have shared. It sadden me to read the poor condition and missing stones of my family. Is there no org. in charge of caring for these graves?
Added by Donna on Sep 15, 2017 7:17 PM
|Tex O. Harrison||Thank you.|
Just wanted to take a second to thank you for all the work you do to help support Find A Grave and those that are helped by you work. Such as myself, thanks.
|RobMinteer57||pic on 88656627|
Dates on page don't match those in the picture.
|William Carson||David Lamar Hardman|
Pat, I have completion information for Mr. Hardman #102535940 if you would like to transfer. Keep in touch, William Carson #47628920
|Judy Kilgore||RE: Emma Peppers m. Ruben Fowler|
That's an idea (about Gwinnett and Barrow) but I think they are listed as two separate cemeteries. No grave marker for Reuben there and the one in Barrow is obviously the right one for Reuben. I have seen cases where zealous genealogists placed markers where they should not be.
I am related to the Sellers through Joel Wood who married Mary Sellers, dau of Samuel Sellers and Eleanor DeWeese, of Tennessee. Samuel was my GGGG grandfather. Nothing further back than Samuel who died in 1839, possibly in Jefferson Co., Tenn. They resided in Monroe before moving back to Jefferson. Joel and Mary Sellers Wood moved to Carroll County and are both buried there.
The Wards go back to the Boyds through the Aderholds.
The Ayers connect to the Sellers through the Paynes. Fleming Payne married Eveline Ayers in Franklin county, GA. Their son, William Jasper Payne married Mary Ann (Polly) Wood (dau of Joel and Mary Sellers Wood) in Monroe County, Tenn. Their son, Joseph Joshua Payne, married Louisa Elizabeth Boyd, my great-grandmother. They lived in Carroll County. I have a huge tree on Rootsweb. User name judyk.
Emma Peppers is driving me nuts.
|Judy Kilgore||Emma Peppers m. Ruben Fowler|
Pat, Thank you for all your great research on the Peppers. I have just spent hours tracking the family of James and Stiry Peppers because several of the family trees (I know, I know, but it was all I had to go on) have their daughter Emma,as the one who married Ruben Fowler (son of Reuben and Frances Johnson Fowler). But, thanks to all of your research on this family, I can rule her out. My next best candidate was a Susan E. Peppers, daughter of Kelly Peppers and Rhoda Sweat. Do you have any idea who the Emma Peppers could be who married Ruben? I have started a Fowlers of Georgia and The South Facebook group and one of our new members is from this family. One of Reuben and Emmas's children married into the Attaway family.
Also, I'm confused about the gravestone of Reuben (1827-1889) being here in Barrow County instead of at Appalachee in Gwinnett. I was almost sure Vicky had said he was in Gwinnett. Maybe one day that mystery will be cleared up.
Again, thanks for all the terrific info.
|Carl Catherman||RE: Margie Roberts|
I just resent it.
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