JoAnn HAGANS Harris

Member for
21 years · 2 months · 2 days
Find a Grave ID
46479896

Bio

The following was borrowed from contributor Juanda Owens B's profile page with which I strongly agree: "I think it is a real shame what findagrave has evolved into. What started as a noble way to link people with graves of loved ones they could never hope to see, and with the generations that had preceded them, has turned into a game for some. Memorials have turned into a kind of "trading card", a competition of who can own the most memorials and post the highest numbers. What has been forgotten by many is that these were people, loved in life and death, not a commodity to be traded or owned. With my apologies to those that have pure motives. I hope there are more of us than there are of them". A Person's Actions Will Tell You Everything You Need To Know About Them! PAY ATTENTION Thanks! :)
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I have the following books and will do lookups as time permits. If you want a lookup, give the title of the book and a detailed message of what you need.
1. BRYAN COUNTY, GEORGIA CEMETERIES
2. GRAVE MARKERS IN BURKE COUNTY, GEORGIA
3. CEMETERIES OF CANDLER COUNTY, GEORGIA
4. SAVANNAH CATHOLIC CEMETERY, SAVANNAH, CHATHAM COUNTY, GA.
5. CEMETERIES OF CLINCH COUNTY, GEORGIA
6. CEMETERIES OF EMANUEL COUNTY, GEORGIA
7. CEMETERIES OF OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA
8. CEMETERIES OF TATTNALL COUNTY, GEORGIA
9. CEMETERIES OF TOOMBS COUNTY, GEORGIA
10. CEMETERIES OF MONTGOMERY, TREUTLEN & WHEELER COUNTIES
IN GEORGIA
11. CEMETERIES OF TELFAIR COUNTY, GEORGIA
12. LORRAINE CEMETERY RECORDS & MAUSOLEUM - LOCATED AT
WOODLAWN, MARYLAND
13. MARKED GRAVES OF APPLING COUNTY, GEORGIA

OTHER MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS

1. MISCELLANY OF WAYNE COUNTY
2. MONTGOMERY COUNTY GEORGIA NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS -
VOL. 1, 1886-1905 VOL.2 1906-1919
3. A HISTORY OF EVANS COUNTY, GEORGIA
4. BROOKS COUNTY, GEORGIA NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
VOL 1, 1860-1889
5. CHEROKEE COUNTY, GEORGIA RECORDS 1841-1910
6. SCREVEN COUNTY, GEORGIA HISTORY
7. THE LACKORE FAMILY (LACKORE, LACORE, LA CORE, LUCORE
8. THE PRINTUP FAMILY IN AMERICA 1695-1988
9. THE BRIDGER JONES II FAMILY
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In this perilous time of uncertainty, it is my wish that everyone take time out of their day to try and brighten the day of someone else.
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I do not go for numbers, I strive for accuracy that will be up to genealogical standards .
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IN THE CASE OF MY DEMISE IT IS MY INTENTION THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSON BE THE STEWARD OF MY MEMORIALS.
Kara Donaldson
FIND A GRAVE ID
49644372
EMAIL
[email protected]
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For those of you that leave flowers for my family, I Thank You.
This pix is of my baby girl (Toni Stewart), she is named after Tony Stewart of NASCAR and she does have his tenacity.
If I can do, at least, one thing a day to help someone or to make a person smile or laugh, then my day has been made." jhh
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Being a native of a place does not mean a person was born there and I can't accept these edits as a place of birth. This can lead to false information and can lead to errors being made. I will accept a place of birth if the source says "date or birth" or "born on" a date. I will make a note in the bio section: Native of ?????????. I will use myself as an example. I was born in Claxton, Evans County, Georgia but I grew up in Savannah, Chatham, Georgia & Jesup, Wayne County, Georgia. I am a native of Savannah but I was not born there.
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If a photo volunteer take the time to acquire photos for you, please take time to properly THANK them.
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I transcribe and photograph cemeteries/grave sites because I know there is someone out there who can't make the trip or who doesn't really know where their loved ones resting place may be. My Motto: By Preserving Our Past, We Prepare For The Future!jhh That one transcription or photo CAN make a difference!
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NAMES / MILITARY DESIGNATIONS: While some people adamantly refuse to add it, I WILL honor their service and rank. A veteran who has served honorably in a time of war may bear the title of the highest grade held during that war. This right is conferred by Congress in law by 10 US Code 772 Section .
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