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John R. Braden (#47729874)
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Bio Photo I live in Atlanta, GA and would love to hear from people who have information about the Braden family. I am also researching the Deem, Bumpus and Arbogast families in West Virginia, Gallaher in Ohio and the Smith, Simmons and Veazey families in Georgia.
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Teresa LeMaster Fordyce
RE: Helen Cokeley
It really isn't any different than walking in a cemetery and seeing a tombstone for someone that you know is still living. People buy cemetery plots and tombstones for themselves all the time. My parents have done it. It seems very strange to visit my grandparents graves and see my parents on the stone next to them. Since it seems to be an issue with you I have removed her memorial. Like I said, I was unaware that she was still living.
Added by Teresa LeMaster Fordyce on Jan 25, 2017 6:50 AM
Teresa LeMaster Fordyce
RE: Helen Cokeley
I photographed most of the stones in the Harrisville Cemetery. There are a few there that didn't have death dates but were deceased. I was unaware that Mrs. Cokeley was still living. Since she does have a tombstone placed in a public cemetery it is acceptable but if you feel the memorial is inappropriate, I can remove it.
Added by Teresa LeMaster Fordyce on Jan 24, 2017 7:20 PM
That's the way you all became ...
... the Braden bunch ;-) Please forward all updates to name, birth date or death date, I have a spreadsheet on the cemetery
Added by ProgBase on Dec 15, 2015 2:17 PM
Emma Parker
Mount Zion BCC
Thank you so much for the pics. Very much appreciated. Have a great day. Emma
Added by Emma Parker on Aug 10, 2015 7:05 PM
Tom Taroni
RE: J W Black
I have two Longino in my family Tree:
Harriet Luella Longino b. 1808
Hugh A Longino b. 1783

Both from Henry, Georgia,

Tom Taroni

Added by Tom Taroni on Aug 10, 2015 2:57 PM
Kay Kelly
Dora Argroves Glazier
Thanks so very much for the photo of Dora Argroves Glazier's marker.
Kay Kelly
Added by Kay Kelly on Aug 10, 2015 2:05 PM
Tom Taroni
J W Black
I am pretty sure this is a relative, but this is the only Black in the Cemetery. I have a Whitfield James Black or James Whitfield Black who was a Great-great Grandfather and am trying to decide if this is him.


Tom Taroni
Added by Tom Taroni on Aug 10, 2015 1:47 PM
Amy Mastorovich
Hi John,
Email sent to address posted here.
Added by Amy Mastorovich on Jun 05, 2015 4:00 PM
Amy Mastorovich
RE: Clark Line
Lottie Francis Clark (1901-1963) married Nichodemis D Arbogast (1888-1985) on 20 May 1917. According to my research on that line, I have found 9 children. 6 males and 3 females. Lottie was the daughter of John William Riley Clark and Mary Ann Nichols. She was one of 7 children from that marriage.
Added by Amy Mastorovich on Jun 05, 2015 1:20 PM
Amy Mastorovich
Clark Line
Hi! Please feel free to contact me if you're ever interested in tracing your Clark lines. Lottie would have been my great aunt through her brother, Elmer. Kind regards and happy hunting, Amy
Added by Amy Mastorovich on Jun 05, 2015 11:23 AM
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