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Glenn Frazier (#46592504)
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Melanie May
RE: M E Williams
They are together. They're located in the backnear the South West corner. I just added another photo. Maybe you can tell a little more about their location. Warren is in the center with Caroline to the left and M E to the right.

Very sad about his headstone being on the ground. I was glad it didn't appear to be damaged. Looks like it took some effort to make it fall over.

I didn't see a military marker or an iron cross. Would be nice for family to get him one if he was a CSA veteran.
Added by Melanie May on Jul 19, 2017 6:31 PM
Don Matson
RE: Margaret Willets parents
Mr. Frazier,
I have tried for years to find the parents of Margaret Willets, but no luck. Many people on Ancestry.com etc. have her father as Amos Willets who was b. 1753, but that's impossible as Margaret was b. 1751.
Amos Willets 1753-1794 & wife Dinah Rees sold to Margaret & William Custer a fulling mill in 1783 in the area of Berks/Montgomery Co.,Pa. (exact location I do not know of) so I'm sure there is some close relationship between Amos & Margaret as Margaret named one of her sons Amos Custer 1790-1824.
I think that possibly that Margaret & Amos could be siblings & if so, Amos was supposed to be a son of Henry Willets 1714-1755 & wife Sarah Lee 1717-1754 who lived in the Maiden Creek area of Berks Co.,Pa.
Henry left a will, but only named 4 sons, so perhaps if he had a daughter he felt like females should not be named in wills? I don't know if there are any papers in Henry's estate settlement that would shed light on if he had any daughters or not. Maybe someone might know?
I'm a descendant of Margaret (Willets) Custer
Don Matson dmatson876@gmail.com
Added by Don Matson on Feb 20, 2017 8:09 PM
John A C
Jonathan Hayden
You are welcome
Added by John A C on Jan 03, 2016 8:11 PM
Spirit Consort
RE: Luannah Emiline Harp
Thank you for your reply and information. Since sending you the Edit. I have gotten a copy of the original Will which part is missing comparing it to the transcription in Christine Trice Staling's book. "Item F(S)ixteenth" is missing which has her name. I am planning to purchase a copy of her book from the Thomaston Upson Archives. With the information you have sent, I would not expect you to make a change.

Are you related to Dixon Harp? My family relationship comes through his daughter, Mary Harp.

Appreciate your time and effort to send me the message.
Added by Spirit Consort on Jul 04, 2015 3:22 PM
OPPSheryl
Michael Crandel
If it is the Michael Crandel update, you will see the info posted in his obituary. Hope that helps.

Thanks for your work,

Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Jun 11, 2014 9:04 PM
OPPSheryl
RE: updates
Could you please remind me which update you are referring to?

Thanks,

Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Jun 11, 2014 9:02 PM
OPPSheryl
updates
I have sent some automatic updates and they have not yet been completed. It is a relatively new way to update and perhaps you are unfamiliar with it. The tab is on your profile page in the upper right hand corner. It reads "Edits."

Thank you in advance,

Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Jun 10, 2014 8:49 PM
Crystal Young
RE: Isaiah Frazier photo
Your welcome
Added by Crystal Young on Feb 11, 2013 11:31 AM
Gwanda Place
Mary Shipp
Mary Evaline Shipp and her husband, W. W. Shipp are not buried in the Mt. Olive Cemetery, also known as the "Lower Cemetery". They both are in the Harmony Baptist Cemetery, aka the "Upper Cemetery", and sometimes called the Cusseta City Cemetery. Over the years, there has been a lot of vandalism in this cemetery, and their present markers look fairly recent. I am sure these are not their original markers.
Added by Gwanda Place on Jun 17, 2011 12:42 PM
HNLjr
Boyett Family
Glen,
Think I've posted all pictures and have transfered management of all to you. You have a better idea of whom to link to whom.
Have a great day, I did!
Herb
Added by HNLjr on Oct 10, 2010 11:53 AM
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