|Sharla Cerra||RE: Ken Hitzemann|
You're welcome. They are in a nice place. It's in the southwest quarter, very close to the road that runs on the west side of the cemetery. Very sunny spot, in view of a cornfield across the street that lies on rolling hills.
|Elizabeth||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome. My pleasure... :)
|Janet||RE: Addie Jackson Godfrey|
I did! Thank you so much!
Added by Janet on Apr 01, 2015 6:47 AM
|Janet||Addie Jackson Godfrey|
Sue: I am the greatgranddaughter of Addie Godfrey's son Maxcy Gregg Godfrey. Several of us have been searching for more information regarding Addie and her family.
Family legend is that she was either full or partial native American.
Do you have any information regarding this you'd like to share?
Janet L. Nye
Added by Janet on Mar 31, 2015 3:15 PM
|tbrads||RE: 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry|
Benjamin is added to the 20th sc, thanks for sending the request !
Added by tbrads on Aug 29, 2014 6:27 AM
|Ann R||Re: Hollimans|
Sue, received your request to link family members. It seems you are related so I am going to transfer the memorial to you to make the additions. Have a blessed day.
Added by Ann R on Jul 25, 2013 2:18 PM
THANKS! I've updated their pages and credited you. Love the photo!!! I noticed I had her death year as 1937 and you have it as 1939. Do you know which is correct? I've requested tombstone photos of both. Thanks again!
|Ann Parkinson||Samuel Holliman|
Thank you for the links! Send more!!! Do you have more complete dates?
|whitepaper||RE: S.B. Holliman|
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to photograph Samuel's tombstone. But foremost it is a privilege to pay homage to ancestors who served and died for their beliefs.