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Terrell Historical Society (#46893691)
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The Terrell County Historical Preservation Society is entering data for all Terrell County Cemeteries and will attempt to keep this data current from now on. Any problems or questions please contact us at the above e-mail. Thanks
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Clayton Raney
Margie Phillips Peach
Your memorial #49414355 for the above person appears to be a duplicate of #70937608 except the cemeteries and locations are different. I suspect the latter is correct since it is the same cemetery for burials of her husband and daughter. Canyou please verify this data?

Clayton Raney
Athens, TX
Added by Clayton Raney on Sep 26, 2016 12:37 PM
Angela Hansen
David M Lee & Mary Lee 16 Aug 1881
Hello. Is it possible to add something to each of these memorials? This couple was murdered on Aug 16, 1881 at their home. The killer was Frank Hudson. Hudson approached David Lee, a wealthy farmer, regarding possible employment. Mr. Lee agreed to employee Hudson. Shortly thereafter, Hudson started a fire and brought it to the attention of Mr. Lee. He took the opportunity to hit Mr. Lee in the head killing him, Hudson then went to the house and called out to Mrs. Lee regarding her husband being injured. When she came out of the house he struck her down with a fence rail. He entered the house and found a young girl there. He beat her and left her for dead. Hudson found the family cook sleeping in the kitchen on a pallet and beheaded her with an ax. The beaten girl regained consciousness and even though terribly injured, was able to crawl 6 miles to sound the alarm of the murders. He was subsequently hanged in Dawson, GA for his crimes. The motive was money. Source: Atl Journal & Constitution... Also, "Legal Executions in Georgia: A Comprehensive Registry 1866-1964" page 30
Added by Angela Hansen on Aug 14, 2016 10:01 AM
SHEILA #47517845
Added by SHEILA on Jul 27, 2016 12:04 PM
First Families of America
are you still active
I sent edits for Memorial# 23423187 Memorial# 23031983 and Memorial# 23423181 You havent responded for some time. Are you truley from a Historical Society? I would think is so you would be online still and help

Please respond
Added by First Families of America on Mar 22, 2016 5:05 PM
charlie brown
mother eliz holmes jenkins #156925710
Added by charlie brown on Jan 10, 2016 10:23 AM
Laura J. Stewart
John Breyfogle Winstanley
Thank you so much for the transfer! I will work on his memorial today. So very kind of you, Laura
Added by Laura J. Stewart on Jun 09, 2015 1:06 PM
Karen Mathis Hudson
George N. Jordan Headstone

I am sorry for the delay in thanking you for the photo of George's headstone. Thank you for your time.

Added by Karen Mathis Hudson on May 31, 2015 9:16 PM
Annie Hall
John Hall.We know that A John Hall died in Mitchell Co ga around 1844.He was from Yazoo Mississippi just thinking maybe he got buried around the area.
Added by Annie Hall on May 09, 2015 1:10 PM
Karen Mathis Hudson
Orene Dixon headstone
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request. So sorry for the delay in thanking you. I appreciate your time.
Thanks again,
Added by Karen Mathis Hudson on Feb 27, 2015 12:29 AM
Hammond Transfers
Thank you very much for transferring the Hammond family memorials from Terrell County. We have finished adding the Hammonds at Enigma Cemetery (Willis' son's family) and will be adding biographies for each person. We've added a permanent note of thanks to you on each memorial. Thanks again!
Added by ScudderSander on Mar 28, 2014 6:50 PM
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