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***Currently working on compiling the descendants of twin brothers Joshua Rountree (1783-1851) and George Rountree (1783-1856) of Emanuel County, Georgia, both of whom are my ancestors. Memorials can be found in the virtual cemetery called "Rountree Twins Descendants." Work in progress - there are a lot of people, so it is slow going. Working to get memorials linked to family members, requesting photos for unphotographed graves, and adding memorials when I can locate burial information.***
My ancestors can be found in the virtual cemetery called "My Ancestors." With the exception of my direct ancestors, I will gladly transfer any memorial to a relative or to someone more closely related than me.
Most of the memorials I make are based on information from death certificates and obituaries. It's my policy to always submit a photo request when I create a memorial. I generally don't have plot information, which I know means that these requests are less likely to be filled. That's unfortunate, but just the way it is. I have an anxiety disorder, so calling cemeteries is not going to happen as I need to use that energy for other things in my life. Sending me messages telling me to call cemeteries is not going to help.
If anyone has information about where the following people are buried, I'd love it if you'd let me know!
Sarah (Sallie) Ivey Branan (1823-c.1855) [first wife of Caswell H. Branan, most likely died in Wilkinson County, GA]
Dorinda Terry Chism (c.1810-1889) [most likely died in Bibb County, AL]
John Chism (c. 1810-c. 1864) [most likely died in Bibb County, AL]
Elsie Hendren Gwaltney (c. 1807-between 1870 and 1880) [most likely died in Alexander County, NC]
Howell Gwaltney (c. 1809-after 1880) [most likely died in Alexander County, NC]
Susan Butler Jordan (c.1818-after 1900) [most likely died in Montgomery County, NC]
Walter Alvis Jordan (1813-1885) [most likely died in Montgomery County, NC]
Ansel McGill (1821-1906) [most likely died in Pickens County, SC]
Lucinda Roper McGill (1819-1889) [most likely died in Pickens County, SC]
Sarah Wingate Tevepaugh (1842-c.1870) [first wife of John Tevepaugh, possibly died in York County, SC]
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