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JoAnn HAGANS Harris (#46479896)
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Bio Photo I transcribe and photograph cemeteries/grave sites because I know there is someone out there who can't make the trip or who doesn't really know where their loved ones resting place may be. My Motto: By Preserving Our Past, We Prepare For The Future!jhh That one transcription or photo CAN make a difference!

This pix is of my baby girl (Toni Stewart), she is named after Tony Stewart of NASCAR.




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Candace Smith
charles White 1844
Charles J White..he was the son of Gregory and Margaret...he is not buried in the plot where they are according to the photos added...the marker for his father, mother and siblings is no where near this plot...??? I don't know if he was buried in the plot with them or in this plot..if he is buried in the one listed in the narrative..then he has no marker there and this one shown in photos would be a cenotaph for him...???? confused? I am!
Added by Candace Smith on Sep 25, 2017 12:47 PM
Candace Smith
Kratzner
Mr. Joseph A. Kratzer 84, went to be with his Savior, Saturday, December 4, 2004 surrounded by his loving family. "Joe" was born on February 4, 1920 to George and Theresa Kratzer in Fitzgerald Georgia. He was helpful to his parents in the family Bakery business. After graduation from Fitzgerald High School in 1939. Mr. Kratzer went to vocational school in North Georgia at one of the "NEW DEAL" Training centers, where he learned and later taught welding, sheet metal fabrication and electrical work at the start of WWII. He moved to Savannah where he worked for Southern States, now Great Dane, fabricating Bomb casings. He left there and joined the work force at Southeastern shipbuilders, fabricating Liberty & Victory Ships. When he was a resident in a boarding house above a restaurant near the corner of Liberty and Bull Street, he met his future wife Betty "BeBe" Walsh. He told friends, "I'm gonna marry that Gal!" and he did! They were married February 12, 1943 and were loving parents to a daughter Rita and a son Joey. After the war Mr. Kratzer worked in the Neon Sign business fabricating wiring and electricity signs for Coastal Neon, Jordan Neon and Sign Mart. Mr. Kratzer faithfully served his Sacred Heart Parish for over 50 years where he served as an usher. In November of 2004 he was awarded the Bishop Francis X. Garland award for his distinguished service to his diocese. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #631 serving 4th degree and in 1984 was honored as Knight of the Year. Mr. Kratzer was a humble, quiet man, who loved and was loved by many people from all walks of life. His quiet life of service will be remembered and missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Walsh Kratzer, parents, George and Theresa Kratzer, sister, Josephene, brothers, Frank, Henry, George and Thomas Kratzer. Surviving are; daughter and son in law, Rita Kratzer and Bobby Mur phy, son and daughter in law, Joseph " Joey" and Jan Sprik Kratzer all of Hardeeville S.C., sister, Thereas Griffin of Fitzgerald, brother and sister in law, Francis and Pat Kratzer of Canton GA, sister in law, Mary Kratzer of Atlanta, sister in law, Thelma Peterson of Tybee Island, grandchildren, Robert Jr., Steve and Edwin Murphy, Leona K. Brumitt and Elizabeth W. Kratzer, step-grandchildren, Francis and Max Sprik, five great grandchildren , four step-great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The Family expresses special thanks to St. Joseph's/ Candler Rehabilitation in Garden City. Visitation will be Tuesday, December 7, 2004 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors Hodgson Chapel. Mass of Christian burial will Wednesday, December 8, 2004 at 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will in the Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Robert Murphy Jr., Edwin Murphy, Robert Murphy III, Michael Murphy, Chris Nessola, and Jeff Smith. Remembrances to Sac red Heart Catholic Church.
Published in Savannah Morning News on Dec. 7, 2004

Added by Candace Smith on Sep 24, 2017 5:59 PM
Candace Smith
Kratzner
Mr. Joseph A. Kratzer 84, went to be with his Savior, Saturday, December 4, 2004 surrounded by his loving family. "Joe" was born on February 4, 1920 to George and Theresa Kratzer in Fitzgerald Georgia. He was helpful to his parents in the family Bakery business. After graduation from Fitzgerald High School in 1939. Mr. Kratzer went to vocational school in North Georgia at one of the "NEW DEAL" Training centers, where he learned and later taught welding, sheet metal fabrication and electrical work at the start of WWII. He moved to Savannah where he worked for Southern States, now Great Dane, fabricating Bomb casings. He left there and joined the work force at Southeastern shipbuilders, fabricating Liberty & Victory Ships. When he was a resident in a boarding house above a restaurant near the corner of Liberty and Bull Street, he met his future wife Betty "BeBe" Walsh. He told friends, "I'm gonna marry that Gal!" and he did! They were married February 12, 1943 and were loving parents to a daughter Rita and a son Joey. After the war Mr. Kratzer worked in the Neon Sign business fabricating wiring and electricity signs for Coastal Neon, Jordan Neon and Sign Mart. Mr. Kratzer faithfully served his Sacred Heart Parish for over 50 years where he served as an usher. In November of 2004 he was awarded the Bishop Francis X. Garland award for his distinguished service to his diocese. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #631 serving 4th degree and in 1984 was honored as Knight of the Year. Mr. Kratzer was a humble, quiet man, who loved and was loved by many people from all walks of life. His quiet life of service will be remembered and missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Walsh Kratzer, parents, George and Theresa Kratzer, sister, Josephene, brothers, Frank, Henry, George and Thomas Kratzer. Surviving are; daughter and son in law, Rita Kratzer and Bobby Mur phy, son and daughter in law, Joseph " Joey" and Jan Sprik Kratzer all of Hardeeville S.C., sister, Thereas Griffin of Fitzgerald, brother and sister in law, Francis and Pat Kratzer of Canton GA, sister in law, Mary Kratzer of Atlanta, sister in law, Thelma Peterson of Tybee Island, grandchildren, Robert Jr., Steve and Edwin Murphy, Leona K. Brumitt and Elizabeth W. Kratzer, step-grandchildren, Francis and Max Sprik, five great grandchildren , four step-great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The Family expresses special thanks to St. Joseph's/ Candler Rehabilitation in Garden City. Visitation will be Tuesday, December 7, 2004 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors Hodgson Chapel. Mass of Christian burial will Wednesday, December 8, 2004 at 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will in the Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Robert Murphy Jr., Edwin Murphy, Robert Murphy III, Michael Murphy, Chris Nessola, and Jeff Smith. Remembrances to Sac red Heart Catholic Church.
Published in Savannah Morning News on Dec. 7, 2004

Added by Candace Smith on Sep 24, 2017 5:58 PM
Robert Thompson
RE: Emily Matilda Wilson Pye 124098519
Working on it. Seems it was before the indexed death certificates. I will keep working . . .
Added by Robert Thompson on Sep 22, 2017 9:58 PM
Melanie May
RE: Harmon & Viola Riggs
Thank you very much Ms. JoAnn.
Added by Melanie May on Sep 18, 2017 10:09 PM
Melanie May
RE: Harmon & Viola Riggs
I'm so glad to hear that. Was the flooding very bad?
Added by Melanie May on Sep 17, 2017 12:51 PM
Sabrina Fletcher
RE: Robert Coleman ~ Colonial Cemetry, Savannah, GA
To be clear there was'nt an assumption on Robert Coleman's birth year, that is why I posted the document to support his exact age. I take a special interest in preserving the life of a child and veterans. Happy to help! I infact do not live in Ga. but hit the cemetery on vacation as I try to do at least one while out of town. Wish I could search for more for you!
Added by Sabrina Fletcher on Sep 02, 2017 7:21 AM
Robert Thompson
RE: William Raleigh Nevils
There is a death certificate on both memorials. Not sure what I can do.

Find A Grave Memorial# 36873617
Find A Grave Memorial# 33490289

Added by Robert Thompson on Aug 13, 2017 9:48 PM
Shirley Ann Denmark
RE: William Raleigh Nevils & Wife
I beieve they are buried in one place and additional memorial in another. Ill look into it.
Added by Shirley Ann Denmark on Aug 13, 2017 6:34 PM
Shirley Ann Denmark
RE: William Raleigh Nevils & Wife
I beieve they are buried in one place and additional memorial in another. Ill look into it.
Added by Shirley Ann Denmark on Aug 13, 2017 6:34 PM
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