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|Brian Stout (#46907793)|
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|*UPDATE: If you have any information in regards to the Pauper Farm Cemetery on Chicago Avenue, Douglasville, Douglas County Georgia, please contact me.|
I enjoy visiting older cemeteries, especially ones that have mainly been forgotten. I feel it is important to try and remember those that history has left behind and that no one should fade away.
I travel mainly around Paulding and Douglas County, Georgia. I will do what I can to help fulfill requests from these areas and flesh out sections that need general information.
I am also currently looking for graves of the victims of the Winecoff Hotel Fire. Please let me know if you know the location of any of them.
In addition, I am looking for information concerning the Girdler family living in Marblehead, MA from the 1630's to 1690's, especially in regards to Francis Girdler, Sr. d: Sept, 1692.
If you would like to contribute information to someone's biography or if I have made a mistake in my information to any of the interments I have listed, please don't hesitate in contacting me.
It may take a bit, but I do try to find obituaries and other information.
If you would like a specific person researched that I have listed, please feel free to contact me.
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|Heartbroken Daddy's Girl||RE: 134401745|
The Kirby family is my family, although I did not realize this until I read the article you posted. It is so sad. Her Dad, lost his dad at a young age, and this his daughter.
Thank you for posting the article. I was wondering if you were a relative that would help in other family history.
|Heartbroken Daddy's Girl||134401745|
Betty Kirby ...Witt
I see you posted a news article on this memorial..
I am extended family and never heard of this, but know from the article, it must be true. Are you kin? I am delving in to the Kirby family.
|Living ||Frier and Kimball transfers|
Would you considers transferring memorial 73006773
Tula Frier my grandmother and memorial 73006726 James Kimball her second husband time? My number is 48434221. Thank you for your time and effort.
Added by Living on Oct 11, 2016 5:31 PM
|Kerry Steiner||J J Farr #75576337|
First, thank you for all of the memorials you've created here! I'm trying to figure out if I've made an error in my research. The headstone on this memorial is for JJ Farr and the memorial is for Jeptha J Farr, who would be my 3x gr'grandfather. I have him appearing in census records up to 1880, along with his wife and some of his children; however, this headstone indicates he died in 1854. Do you have info that can set me straight? Also, if you know who took the time to repair the headstone, please thank them for me. Even if this is not my relative it was an awesome thing to do!
|Jon F Fuller||RE: Douglas N Abercrombie|
That's okay; I thought this may be the case as I often do the same, not to mention walk cemeteries and take photos to post here. Thanks for responding and good day!
|Jon F Fuller||Douglas N Abercrombie|
Brian, Did you know Doug personally? I just found out he had died in 2010 when searching for him via the internet. I dated Doug back in 1979; we lost touch around 1986 or 1987. I only saw him once again that about 1992. I hope he was finally able to find true love and happiness in his later years. I would really like to hear more about his life if you knew him. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or please provide his sister, Teresa my info (I think she'll remember me).Thank you!
|Bulldog Fan||Nesbit Harper|
I have sent some edits for Nesbit and his wife.
Regards from Howard
|Gwen Cosby Moore||Louisa Danforth Phillips|
Thanks you for sending the info on Louisa Phillips obituary. I have added it to the memorial page.
|RrrrrGrrrr||Alfred Iverson Branham|
Added the bio to his memorial.
|Mary Beth Henley||Family Info|
In response to your request about information about my family
for the Douglas County Museum of History and Art it would be a honor and a privilege to help in any way just let me know what you need and how you want it done
Mary Beth Henley
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