|Evening Blues (#46587085)|
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I have been doing genealogy for the last fifteen years. The main names I am researching are Abernathy, Coley, Higgins, Howell, Knight, Ledford, Roach, Moss, Whitmore, and Williams.|
My other hobby is photography. I take photos of everything from cemeteries to concerts.
If you see any of my photos that are very tiny (ie. the size of a postage stamp), please let me know. Several years ago, the Find A Grave website had a weird glitch that made dozens and dozens of my photos the size of a thumbnail pic. I did not upload these tiny pictures. If you will let me know, I can hopefully replace them with a normal size picture.
Please note that I don't have editorial control over memorials that are listed as famous. If changes or corrections need to be made, please contact the Find A Grave admins.
I have created a website dedicated to my family cemetery, the Old Macedonia Cemetery of Bartow County. You can find it by following the link below.
And please be aware that just because I have taken a cemetery photo, it does not mean that I operate the cemetery or have anything to do with the cemetery. I only took a photograph.
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.
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|Cliff Dyar||Joel Hunter Dyar|
Hello. Joel Hunter Dar was my great-great-uncle. Some additional information: He is the son of Joel Hunter Dyar, Sr. and Rachel Sanders Dyar, and grandson of Elisha Dyar of Revolutionary War fame. He was born in Franklin County Georgia, part of which is now Hart County. He was a longtime merchant and farmer in and near Adairsville, Georgia. He married Clara ("Clary") Ann ("Annie") Chapman. They had no children. The whereabouts of her grave are unknown, but likely are in an unmarked grave at East View Cemetery, Adairsville, where Joel is buried.
|Mary Beth Henley||11055500 Washington Taylor|
After much research and assistance I believe Washington Taylor is my great great grandfather if he isn't related to you I was wondering if you would consider transferring him to me
Mary Beth Henley
|Wilma Gilstrap||William Gilstrap #1105978|
I am questioning the parental information you have on William's findagrave memorial. I feel that the info I have on him is correct - that his parents were Lewis Wiley Gilstrap, 1770 - 1854, and Elizabeth Maxwell Gilstrap, 1771 - 1850. If my info is correct, Hardy Gilstrap was William's Uncle. Do you have records to verify your info?
|jaxjonesing||Joseph Barron Burton|
He is Joseph Baron, same as Find A Grave memorial #36597709. He is my husband's 3X Great Grandfather.
Mary Lourcey Jones
|jaxjonesing||Elizabeth Collins Burton|
Hi, I don't know why you have her listed as Elizabeth Collins Burton, her last name was Barron. She is my husband's 3X Great Grandmother. This is the same person as Find A Grave memorial #36597745, Elizabeth Collins Barron.
Mary Lourcey Jones
|Linda Hufstetler||Memorial # 11076624|
Margie Hufstetler, my aunt, was moved from Waleska Baptist Cemetery to the Georgia National Cemetery and was re-interred with her husband, Harold Eugene "Gene" Hufstetler upon his death. At the time of her death, the Georgia National Cemetery was not yet available for veteran burials. Her daughter, Deborah Hufstetler Joyce, made the decision, which would have been her mother's wish, to move her mother. Uncle Gene was torn between his desire to be buried next to his wife and his hope to be buried with his brothers. Deborah made the difficult decision to honor her father's dual wishes with the full support of the family.
|SR Strickland||RE: Nathan Carter|
|David Alan-MacGregor Grierson||Hello|
I have a reference here on page 3 of GREER MEN, book dated 1953 that reads: Gilbert Dunlap Greer married Mrs. Ann Lewis Wellborn, can you expound on that any?
|Southern Muse||Find A Grave Memorial# 8341620|
A brief mention of the passing of Col. W. M. Tate on "Wednesday" appears in the central news column of page 1 of the North Georgia Citizen, on Thursday, 25 Feb. 1897. http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/ngnewspapers/id:ngc1897-0041 (accessed 13 Jan. 2017).
|Southern Muse||Memorial 10343058|
Hi, You have a memorial: 10343058. I inadvertently created a duplicate memorial, Find A Grave Memorial# 174402288. The lady's name was different in census, etc., and so I did not find your page when I searched. Someone has recently pointed out my error and led me to your memorial. The problem is, we now have a lot of relationship links to this new memorial, and some of the links originate in memorials maintained by other people (will take some time to request edits). I hate to ask--would you be willing to delete this memorial, even though it was first? I would be willing to transfer my memorial to you, or make some other trade-off...
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