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Georgia Girl (#46981215)
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Paul Noyes
Jas. Attaway Perry ~ #9918644
Thanks for posting the photo of the Perry home.

May I use it at my website?

Added by Paul Noyes on Sep 28, 2016 8:38 PM

eric nielsen
Theophilus Goodwin Jr
Fantastic info on Theophilus Sr and his family

How and where did you find Theophilus Jr.'s wife was Elizabeth Jackson ? I could never find her maiden name.

Is there a record of the marriages ?

Again Thank you.
Eric Nielsen

Added by eric nielsen on Sep 28, 2016 6:20 AM

Maggie
Susan Walton 44787292
Hi Carol, I'm working on my Clark side of my family, thank you for creating memorials for them. You created a memorial for Susan Walton #44787292 ( now maintained by Find A Grave) with bio indicating and links made to Gilbert and Charlotte Bullock Clark as her parents, her headstone has name as Susan Windsor Walton, and there is a duplicate memorial for her 88112847. Susan Clark Walton's brother Gilbert M L Clark's 1920 Will indicates his sister Susan Walton died in Texas and he left estate to her children. A 1858 Monroe County marriage record states she married Henry H Walton, Census records have them in Texas from 1880 on. There is a memorial 9110646 for Susan Bullock Clark Walton in Davis Cemetery, Grapeland, Houston County, Texas which I will request linking her to her parents, after the other Susan Walton 44787292 is removed as Gilbert and Charlotte Clark's daughter. Hope I haven't made this too confusing. Since you created the memorial but Find A Grave maintains it, not sure how to handle this. Thanks for your help! Maggie

Added by Maggie on Sep 25, 2016 5:31 PM

Marilyn Miller
RE: George M. Brown
Thanks, I will share this with my cousin Janice Irvin Still in NC.

Added by Marilyn Miller on Sep 24, 2016 5:46 PM

Marilyn Miller
George M. Brown
I went on my 2nd. great grandfather, George M. Brown, who was killed in the Battle of Cold Harbor, VA in 1864. I notice that incorrect parents and siblings had been put onto his memorial. I sort of trace backwards on the siblings and finally got to the memorial of your 3rd. great grandfather, Hiram Brown but was never able to find out where you connected in this Brown family tree since all the inf I had on you was Georgia Girl. George M. Brown was the son of Jesse Brown. He was born 1825 in SC probably Anderson Co. and died 1864 VA. Jesse Brown b. 1795 Surrey Co., NC & d. about 1841 GA. Jesse was the son of George Brown & Rachel Felton. George Brown b. 1770 Surrey Co., NC d. 1845 Anderson Co., SC, we do not know who our George's parents are but his grandparents were David Brown & Sallie Hurricane Brown & his great grandparents were Jacob Brown & Elizabeth.

Don't know if you fit into my Brown family tree but alway searching for ancestors and answers for missing links. My grandmother was Sarah Levisey "Sallie Vicey" Brown daughter of Isham Jack Brown & Mahala Jane Ivey of Georgia.

Marilyn Miller of Garland, TX
miller9237@aol.com

Added by Marilyn Miller on Sep 24, 2016 11:40 AM

Maggie
RE: Carol Sue (Irvin) Thompson ~ #59968183 (obit.)
Hi, I added obit for Carol Sue. Thanks for contacting me, didn't have a way to contact you since you were no longer on Find A Grave and Find A Grave was maintaining your memorials. Glad you are back. Maggie

Added by Maggie on Sep 22, 2016 4:19 PM

tunnelrat22
John Chappell and Elizabeth Jones Chappell
Carol,seems we have family in common.please contact me and maybe we can share our family trees.
Thank You
William Bailey

Added by tunnelrat22 on Sep 19, 2016 11:13 AM

Chelle Shonk
RE: James A. LeSueur, C.S.A. ~ #72437861
This was the only headstone listed on the back of the sign. I will delete the pics.
chelle

Added by Chelle Shonk on Sep 17, 2016 12:37 PM

Jim Morell
Three Cheers
Looks like you are truly completely back.
WELCOME!!!
Jim Morell

Added by Jim Morell on Sep 17, 2016 12:36 AM

Katrina
Findagrave test
Test message.

Added by Katrina on Sep 13, 2016 2:29 PM

KMSHY
message
Hi,
I received an e-mail from someone I found a grave for but when I click the link there is not a message. Can oyu help?
K

Added by KMSHY on Jul 20, 2015 11:10 AM

L. Hearn
John C. Maddox/Maddux research
Dear Carol,

I have some specific information taken from the wills of the John C. Maddox (1791 - 1863) who died in Putnam County, and the John Maddux (1785-1872) who died in Jasper County and whose will specifically names his wife Sarah and sons Abraham B., James L, and Simeon. I would be very glad to share this with you--please email me at lehstuff@comcast.net

Thanks for all your hard work in establishing so many Maddox/Maddux memorials!

L. Hearn

Added by L. Hearn on Apr 16, 2015 3:55 PM

Melissa
Adecia " Daisy" Mattox Hearn
I am very interested in the issue with the Mattox cemetery .

Adecia " Daisy " Mattox was my 3rd grandmother .
I have been told that John Comfort Maddox is not her father.

I would appreciate anyone getting back with me .

Added by Melissa on Apr 16, 2015 12:52 PM

Andie
Simmons Cemetery
I would like some information about the Simmons Cemetery in Hancock County. Please contact me at taf6768@aol.com

Added by Andie on Apr 15, 2015 12:55 PM

Lucy
Invitation
Due to questions about graves, I have hired a genealogist to lead a group of descendants to the Maddux cemetery in Jasper County in early May. She will map the cemetery, do grave rubbings, and verify headstones, dates, etc. We would love for you or your family members to come along. We can plan around your schedule. Since access to the cemetery is limited, this is a good chance to see the cemetery of your ancestors firsthand. There will also be several DAR officers there from a local chapter. Email me at lmcclurg@gsu.edu and I will be happy to set this up. We will be using Lancaster's "Cemeteries of Jasper County" as well as "Trailing Our Ancestors" and local mappings. I am asking the landowner if we can have a vehicle transport those unable to make the walk.

Added by Lucy on Apr 14, 2015 7:54 AM

Lynn Ballard Cunningham
Allen Family Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia
Carol,
I would like to request that the burials in the Allen Family Cemetery, Reidsboro, Pike County, Georgia be transferred to me. They are my relations.

Lynn Ballard Cunningham
Pike County, Georgia

Added by Lynn Ballard Cunningham on Apr 12, 2015 11:30 AM

rugs3131
family
hi carol,
I noticed you had a comment on Robert Plummer, is this a relative of your or just someone you researched?

Added by rugs3131 on Apr 11, 2015 12:11 PM

pdeneen
Maddux Cemetery - Jasper Co GA
Hi Carol,

We have a horrible mess in the Maddux Cemetery and I am hoping that you will help me resolve. I am working with a friend who is a direct family descendant of the people buried in this cemetery. She has really good documentation and notes. what has happened is that Sarah Butts Maddux is now linked through several records (that were previously burials unknown now placed in the Maddux Cemetery) to her husband, her son, and her grandson.

I respectfully ask that you transfer the Maddox and Maddux memorials to me so we can straighten this out.

I do hope this can resolved quickly.

Kind regards
Pat Berry Deneen

Added by pdeneen on Apr 08, 2015 2:25 PM

Lynn Ballard Cunningham
Clifton Gerald Carter
Duplicates

Clifton Gerald Carter (Find A Grave #49409125)
Clifton Gerald Carter (Find A Grave #40723713)

Clifton Gerald Carter was married to Opal Shackleford. But there was a problem with their marriage and Clifton was killed in 1941 by a jealous husband. So he was buried in Mount Gilead Church Cemetery in Pike County where his parents are buried. Opal was buried in New Hope Church Cemetery with her parents. All the information you have on his memorial site is correct except he is not buried at New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery.

Thanks,
Lynn Ballard Cunningham

Added by Lynn Ballard Cunningham on Apr 08, 2015 8:48 AM

deena brown
Edmond Judkins
Edmond Judkins is my great great grandfather. The records show he is buried in Rosebud, Fall Co., Texas. When he record is pulled up William G Judkins marker is shown. Is this the same person? My search has indicated that Edmond is buried in Rosebud, just wondering.

Added by deena brown on Apr 07, 2015 2:08 PM

Lucy
John Comfort Maddox
Let's see if we can solve this Maddux situation, Carol! People not familiar with the family often get the names and relationships confused. At present my poor g-g-g-grandmother Sarah Betts Maddux is married to 4 different men in Find A Grave - one her grandson and two a father/son combination! Let's fix that. In the Maddux Cemetery in Jasper County there are now 3 John Maddux graves. The only correct one is the husband of Sarah Betts, John Maddux (no middle initial or name) (1785-1872; Somerset Co., MD). There is no one in this cemetery with the name "Maddox." So the two "John Comfort Maddox" entries should both be removed; I see no record of those names in the family, but should probably go in a Putnam County cemetery. Sarah Betts should be taken off as wife on both of those Maddox graves. I will work with Sandra and Rick on the other John Maddux dupe in the Maddux Cemetery in Butts Co. I am happy to provide documentation for these changes. Many thanks!
Lucy

Added by Lucy on Apr 07, 2015 10:29 AM

Richard and Frances (Long) Greene
# 48533335
Stewart Floyd Greene is my father-in-law. The description of the group picture seems to indicate that George Larry Green was the spouse of Floyd's sister Eleanor. Her husband was George Mansfield Green. George Larry was her infant child who died. He is buried in Macon with a small memorial plaque at the gravesite of George and Eleanor (in the Meansville Cemetery.

Added by Richard and Frances (Long... on Apr 07, 2015 12:53 AM

Lucy
John Comfort Maddox
Hi, Carol! Would you please contact me about this grave? I am a bit confused (as usual!). Many thanks! My email is lmcclurg@gsu.edu.
Lucy

Added by Lucy on Apr 06, 2015 11:35 AM

GEORGE NELSON
John Brodnax (1749-1829)
Georgia Girl,

Have you taken down your Find A Grave memorial for John Broadax (1749-1829) who died in Autauga Co, AL. I have been unable to locate it.

George

Added by GEORGE NELSON on Apr 05, 2015 12:17 PM

jc coulter
Harriett Ann Morris Braswell Coulter
Records indicate that Harriett was first married to Edward P. Braswell on 17 July 1832 in Jones County, Georgia. I have no further info on him.

Source for this info:
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=eamga&h=126730&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt&ssrc=pt_t478002_p1139744196_kpidz0q3d1139744196z0q26pgz0q3d32768z0q26pgplz0q3dpid

Added by jc coulter on Apr 05, 2015 8:33 AM

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