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Patricia White (#48024693)
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sheila zalky
That is so sad. Thank you for the information tho.
Added by sheila zalky on Dec 29, 2014 10:17 PM
Bryan Chandler
Chandler Family
Patricia, Carrie was his daughter & Annie W. Chandler was his wife. My records show that he was only married once. What was the name next to him?
Added by Bryan Chandler on Jun 02, 2014 4:57 AM
Bryan Chandler
Family Photos
Thank you so much for the photos of the Chandler, Huff, & Biggers families. That was FAST! I just submitted them this afternoon! Thanks again!
Added by Bryan Chandler on Jun 01, 2014 2:35 PM
Jody Marie MacKeil
Headstone Photo
Thank you so much for getting this photo for me!!!
Added by Jody Marie MacKeil on Jun 12, 2013 4:13 AM
Irene Dowling
Patricia, thank you so much for getting these photos. By any chance did you see a marker nearby for their daughter, Mary Kileel Sullivan? She just died in Jan this year, but is supposed to be buried there. She is my grandmother and I'd really like hers. Thanks again
Added by Irene Dowling on May 31, 2013 2:37 PM
C. Miller
Thank you so much for the 4 photo you took for me. They are awesome.
Added by C. Miller on May 31, 2013 12:48 PM
Ernest Iler

You haven't posted a photo of Ernest Iler as of yet but have claimed the request.

If you have not yet taken the photo or haven't gotten it to post would you mind un-claiming it so it can be claimed and posted right away?

Best regards,
Added by K on Apr 22, 2013 8:30 AM
Edwina Moody
RE: Hannah Whaley Ewing
I'm not sure if I've answered your email or not, my computer was down for a few days and I missed quite a few emails. I've been to the church and the newer part of the cemetery but never found the older part where Hannah Whaley Ewing's tombstone is supposed to be. I've had people tell me it's in the woods behind the part of the cemetery you can see from the road and that there is a slight trail. Supposedly, someone went back there last year and cleared the area around the tombstones for the Ewing family. I do have several photos someone posted for several of the other tombstones but you can't make out several of them. You only know who the tombstone is for according to the name assigned to the photo by the person who posted them. They didn't take a photo or couldn't make out Hannah's tombstone because of how weather treated the tombstone is. I can email the photos I've found to this point if they will help you with your search but I would need a regular email address to do. I don't know if someone from the church or from the Gwinnett County Historical Society could help you better or not. I have the Society's phone number if it would help you, I could look it up in my records.
Added by Edwina Moody on Mar 24, 2013 8:48 PM
Edwina Moody
RE: Hannah Whaley Ewing
Thank you so Much!! I really appreciate it, a lot. I can tell you there are several Ewing graves there in the woods. Several years ago, someone went in the summer and found some of them. I think they are Hannah's children or grandchildren. I can look through my records if you would like so it would save you some time although I believe they are here on Findagrave.
Thanks again,
Added by Edwina Moody on Mar 02, 2013 8:13 PM
Edwina Moody
RE: Hannah Whaley Ewing
William Ewing is supposed to have passed away in Newton County, Georgia. I don't know if he's the Ewing that's supposed to be buried behind the pulpit of a church or if it's another Ewing. I just remember reading that one of the Ewing men is supposed to be buried that way. He may have been buried in Gwinnett County, Georgia but no one I have been in contact has that impression. I think everyone has the idea he's buried in Newton County.
So far, no one has been able to photograph Hannah Ewing's tombstone. Supposedly, it's so weather worn that you can't read it according to a book a cousin wrote a number of years ago. From what I understand, it's supposed to be in the woods somewhere near the Old Ewing Chapel Cemetery. Supposedly, that is where the original cemetery is located. I tried to find her grave myself about five years ago but at that time, I didn't know it was in the woods behind the church.
Thanks for your interest,
Added by Edwina Moody on Mar 02, 2013 7:01 PM
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