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Georgia Girl (#46981215)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 25 days
Benae Williams
Maybelle Sutton Williams
Thank you so much Carol for transferring Aunt Maybelle's memorial to me. I appreciate it more than you know. Hope you have a great day.

Added by Benae Williams on Sep 20, 2014 1:04 PM

Bright Star Cemetery
I just posted a picture of Mrs. Daffin's grave. Please consider this image your property.

Added by bgw on Sep 18, 2014 2:41 PM

S. Frank
Looking for a photo source
Hi there! I'm trying to find the source material for a photo you put up (sorry, I know this is a tough request, you've posted a lot here!). The picture is of Major John Thomas Hunt (

We're a TV show looking to possible use the image on tv, and we want to try and find the copywright holder, if there is one.

Many thanks!


Added by S. Frank on Sep 10, 2014 8:11 PM

Presleys in West Hill Cemetery
If you're related to the Presleys in West Hill Cemetery in Grayson County, I'd be happy to transfer them to you. I am only distantly related.

Added by Texasnmyheart on Sep 10, 2014 1:44 PM


Thank you so very much for your research and information posted here. When my grandmother passed away years ago I had not gotten enough information from her about her lineage but it seems that you have done the whole half of my maternal grandmother's side!

I am very much interested to be in touch with you and can only leave my email here to be in touch. I'm a doctoral student at the University of Georgia.

w t o d d u g a AT u g a DOT e d u

I would love to hear from you, for I certainly have questions.

My very best.


Added by TODD on Sep 07, 2014 3:13 PM

Franklin & Susan Naill
Hi, Georgia Girl! I've used quite a bit of your data in my trees. Thank you for all of your work!! When I saw you didn't have photos of a stone that is in my town I went out and took photo of for you. Its for Franklin & Susan Naill. Can I send it to you or add it to your page? - Jen

Added by Jen on Sep 07, 2014 2:13 PM

Shirley Davis
James Clay
James Clay is my 6th gg father. I am trying to find his grave and his fathers (John Charles Clay) grave. I live in Stone Mountain, GA. I have a lot of information on the Clays.
contact me at

Added by Shirley Davis on Sep 04, 2014 10:29 AM

Algernon Cannon
Holland Cemetery
I grew up in Wilkinson County and have done some research on Wilkinson County cemeteries; however, I have never seen anything on the Holland cemetery and it is not listed in the Wilkinson County Cemetery Book. Where is this cemetery physically located? Please reply to:

Added by Algernon Cannon on Sep 04, 2014 5:47 AM

Millie Belsher Liebert
McCuin Belcher and Sarah Little
Thank you Carol for so promptly correcting McCuin and Sarah's memorials and updating with the information I sent on my 3rd great-grandparents. Your consideration of the evidence is much appreciated. Millie

Added by Millie Belsher Liebert on Aug 31, 2014 6:02 PM

Janis Masters
RE: MICHEAL DICKSON JR and his 2nd wife
I have all the information on that Womack family at my website at Ancestry.

If you are a member of Ancestry, you can click on this "link" to my tree at Ancestry and you will find this Womack family.

Abraham Womack's parents were Richard Womack and Anne Nancy Childer's. His 2nd wife Martha Patsey Watkins was a daughter of William Watkins b.1730 King and Queen,VA and Winnefred unknown.
William Watkins left Hannah and Jude to his daughter Patsey Womack and stated they were already in her possession. Then when Abraham Womack died he stated the same two were to stay with his wife M Womack as they were given to her in her father's will.

I did learn that my Martha Watkins Womack remarried Micheal Dickson Jr and there is a possibility she remarried after his death. I don't have any info about that.


Added by Janis Masters on Aug 31, 2014 3:47 PM

Millie Belsher Liebert
McCuin Belcher and Sarah Little
McCuin Belcher was married to Sarah Little - not Sarah Parker; see history of Bark Camp Church listing McCuin and Sarah as charter members, proving they were already married by the time the church was founded 12 April 1788, the date Sarah Parker was also a charter member.

McCuin and Sarah (Little) Belcher's daughter Nancy (Belcher) Taylor named a son William Little Taylor; their son Robert named a son Abraham Little Belcher, indicative of a close relationship with the Little family.

McCuin was born in Amelia County, Virginia abt 1749; died 1821 in Twiggs County, Georgia. His father was Thomas Belcher; it is my opinion his mother was Elizabeth Mackewen, daughter of William Mackewen of Amelia County. Sarah was born abt 1750 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina; died before 1820 in Georgia. She was the daughter of Abraham Little and Amy Llewellyn. McCuin and Sarah were married in Edgecombe County, N.C.

Information regarding McCuin "Belsher" estate can be seen at Milledgeville Historic Newspapers website legal notice published Dec 18, 1821 in Georgia Journal of estate sale to be held in January 1822; executors were sons Robert and Littleton. A search for Littleton "Belsher" will show his father's estate was finally settled in 1826 per the Feb 12, 1827 issue of the Southern Recorder.

McCuin and Sarah are my 3rd great-grandparents. My tree is: "Families of Belsher, Belcher, Belser, Belsha & affiliates". I also have more information on McCuin's brother Abraham posted at findagrave memorial # 123134385.

Added by Millie Belsher Liebert on Aug 31, 2014 4:45 AM

Derek Ennis Veal
Harper group
Hi Georgia Girl, didn't know if you are already part of our Harper group, but wanted to invite you. We share lots of old Harper pictures.!/groups/249945471774962/

Also was wondering if you descend from Sion Hall or Roland Hall? I descend from Harper's and Hall's and notice you do also.

Added by Derek Ennis Veal on Aug 29, 2014 7:14 AM

Janis Masters
MICHEAL DICKSON JR and his 2nd wife
I see that you have a different 2nd wife for your Micheal Dickson Jr. In Micheals will he names his 2nd wife as M Dickson and he names the slaves "Hannah and Jude" that were given to her by her father ...that was William Watkins and he gave Hannah and Jude to his daughter Martha "Patsey" Watkins in his will. Martha Watkins was first married to Abraham Womack and when he died she married Michael Dickson Jr.
Notice on Micheal's will all of the "Womacks" .

You can find Micheal's Will on the internet.

Janis Masters

Added by Janis Masters on Aug 26, 2014 11:31 AM

Rev William Harrison Norton
I am trying to locate some descendants of the Rev William Harrison Norton that is buried in Oaklawn Cemetery, Fort Valley Georgia.
The last one I could find was William Edwards Norton that died in 1966 and buried in the same Cemetery.
Do you have any advice for finding out if there are any surviving Norton relatives?

The Rev William H Norton had a brother (John Wesley Norton) who died a few years after his son (John William Norton) was born. John William ended up moving to Shreveport Louisiana, and I am one of his descendants.

We are trying to connect with that side of the family and ideally find out more information about the Rev. Father (John Norton) as we can not trace back our family any further.
Any help would be appreciated!
- Jon

Added by JDC on Aug 20, 2014 1:03 PM

RE: Mary Bailey dtr of Jesse Bailey m Joseph Prince
Mary Bailey & Joseph Prince are my third great grandparents through their son Jesse Prince > Zelphia Eulala Prince>Sophie Lillian McDaniel m. my grandfather, Walter William Reese - all of Edgefield, SC. Records have been elusive on Joseph and Mary and I just need proof to tie Mary to Jesse Bailey - tho it seems probable, I am am just looking for positive proof. Thought you might be able to help me.
I certainly appreciate that you add research info to the memorials and I'm not questioning you - it is very much appreciated. Just looking for that elusive nugget of proof. Thanks for your time.
Lenora Reese

Added by LnorR on Aug 20, 2014 8:30 AM

Mary Bailey dtr of Jesse Bailey m Joseph Prince
Hi Carol, first I'd like to thank you for your most valuable contributions. My question regards Mary Bailey who married Joseph Prince (my 3rd Great Grandparents) listed as daughter of Jesse Bailey b.1764. May I ask your source? I have been searching for proof of Mary's father for quite awhile - whether Jesse or John Bailey. Thank you for your
Chastain info - very enlightening. Would appreciate anything you might share about Jesse Bailey and other children not mentioned in his will.
Lenora Reese

Added by LnorR on Aug 18, 2014 9:57 AM

Samuel Taylor Geer
Hi Carol, Thanks for the correction. They have been compeleted. I appreciate the help. SAM

Added by Samuel Taylor Geer on Aug 17, 2014 6:51 AM

Karen M. Freeman
Good Morning, Carol,

Thank you for the transfer of the Memorial page of SUSAN JANE NUNNALLY. I will take good care of it!

Have a good day,
Karen MILNER Freeman
Cherry Log, GA
13 Aug 2014

Added by Karen M. Freeman on Aug 13, 2014 7:56 AM

Valerie Pruett Smith
Jones T. Hunt
Thank You so very much for the transfer of my Grandfather's brother. Thank you for your time and efforts to help others. May God bless you. Valerie

Added by Valerie Pruett Smith on Aug 10, 2014 3:17 PM

Please check the dates for the father. I just received an email from someone questioning this relationship because of the dates. He also asked me for proof. Do you have validation?

Let me know what the dates are and I will correct. If not, I will remove.

Thanks Carol

Added by pdeneen on Aug 10, 2014 2:05 PM

RE: William Odell Worsham 45539902
Can you please tell me how you're related to him? I thought I had all of his descendants; and if you descend from olne of his siblings-I would LOVE to have any information on them that I can get. I wanted to trace them but ran into brick walls on every single one. My email is

Added by Anna on Aug 09, 2014 8:46 AM

William Odell Worsham 45539902
You made this memorial for my gggrandfather in 2009 (and kindly transferred it to me several years ago).

I have always wondered how you knew his name, how you knew where he was buried, his dates. There are no burial records for that cemetery, and we were lucky to find a distant cousin who knew where he was buried. His stone has been gone for decades, so you didn't see a stone in the cemetery.
Could you please tell me how you came to enter his memorial? Are you somehow related and have access to records? The only record I know of that has his dates of birth and death is his wife's family bible and I know who has that.

This has been a mystery to me for years and I hope you will tell me.

Anna Richter

Added by Anna on Aug 08, 2014 10:21 PM

Susan I. Grills
E.G. Cabiness
I did contact Donnie Daniel. I will also contact the contributor of Elbridge G. Cabiness Jr. Thanks for reminding me of that one.

Added by Susan I. Grills on Aug 05, 2014 6:07 PM

Gerry Hill
I know- she married him in Taylor Co Ga, and shortly after she stood up in church and announced she was no longer married to him.

Added by Gerry Hill on Aug 05, 2014 7:39 AM

Krista Stravach
Pierre Chastain
I am in town doing some research and thought I'd visit Pierre Chastain's memorial. Unfortunately I could not find the memorial. I parked at Manakin Episcopal Church and walked the grounds as well as the old church ground and couldn't spot it. Could you possible give directions from the church to the memorial?

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Added by Krista Stravach on Aug 04, 2014 8:00 PM


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