|Ann White||Arthur and Emily Cole|
Thank you so much for the pictures. What a fast response. I appreciate you taking the time to get them.
Added by Ann White on Mar 05, 2014 12:58 PM
|3987VB||Photo of Theo Harris|
Thank you for your time and effort regarding the photo o fhis final resting place. You are a gem!
Added by 3987VB on Mar 05, 2014 10:26 AM
|Marge Kucinski||RE: Tessie & Ralph Kieler|
Uncle Ralph was my godfather......If you need any Kieler info during your search, I might be able to help you.
Added by Marge Kucinski on Mar 04, 2014 11:29 AM
|JoyB||Dr. Allen Bell|
Thank you so much for the tombstone picture, with my being over 800 miles away, I could have never had the picture without your help. You are greatly appreciated.
Added by JoyB on Mar 03, 2014 5:41 PM
|Marge Kucinski||Tessie & Ralph Kieler|
I recently saw the entries you made for Ralph & Theresa "Tessie" Kieler. Ralph is my uncle, my mother Mabel's brother. Thank you so much for the beautiful picture of Tessie, I have never seen this one before.
Added by Marge Kucinski on Mar 01, 2014 5:17 PM
|jo buis||Oakland Cemetery|
Thank you for the photo of the marker for Charles and John Barry
Added by jo buis on Mar 01, 2014 2:22 PM
|Lynn Waldrip||Jeptha N. Langton|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photo of Jeptha's marker. What does the iron looking marker in front of his head stone mean? I take it that it has to do with the Civil War from the dates, 1861 - 1865. He was a Confederate soldier. I can't read the center of it. Can you tell me what it says?
Added by Lynn Waldrip on Mar 01, 2014 10:39 AM
|Billy F. Blackstock||Melissa Wilson Seago|
The person that had the memorial has already brought it to my attention and yes, you are right, it did not show up. I do not make duplicates and when I find that I have a duplicate I delete it as I will my memorial on Melissa in just a few minutes. Thanks for your response to my message.
Billy F. Blacktock
Added by Billy F. Blackstock on Feb 28, 2014 8:31 AM
|Billy F. Blackstock||Melissa Almire Wilson Seago--125698399|
I created a memorial for Melissa Almira Wilson Seago and linked it to her husband, Alvin Kimsey Seago--#31963225. I noticed that you added 2 good photos of their gravemarker to his memorial and I am asking you if you would add them to Melissa's memorial or allow my to copy them and add them to her. If you add them, that would give you the credit.
Billy F. Blackstock
Added by Billy F. Blackstock on Feb 28, 2014 12:01 AM
|Linda Murphy||RE: Re: Walkers at Oakland Cemetery|
I could tell by the pictures you posted that they were right where I was looking to start with; have no idea why I didn't see them lol. But, it was very hot that day and my health isn't that good; so guess I just over looked them. They are in the lot with their daughter; Susan Walker Cooper. Thanks again.
Added by Linda Murphy on Feb 17, 2014 3:09 PM
|Linda Murphy||Re: Walkers at Oakland Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for posting the pictures of these markers!! I spent a day at Oakland Cemetery but couldn't find them! This means so very much to me. Thank so very much!!!! These are my 3rd Great-grandparents!
Added by Linda Murphy on Feb 17, 2014 1:51 PM
|David Christopher Benton||Lucinda A. (Walker/Prince) TRAMMELL (1820-1899)|
Thank you for your e-mail. I added the information you sent me into her FindAGrave.com memorial.
Added by David Christopher Benton on Feb 16, 2014 10:34 PM
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||J.W. Sparks and John Sparks|
Linda, These are two different people. One is aged 35 years and the other one was 57 years old. Thank you for always letting me know when you find something that you think needs changing - I really appreciate it. Judy
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Feb 16, 2014 6:19 PM
|Vivian ||Ella Gravitt burial|
Just a quick note to thank you for taking the time and interest in correcting the plot number of a relative of mine buried in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Ga. I have made the correction.
I recently put up a stone for my 3rd great grandparents who were Cherokee and had no marker. I located their burial site and was so proud to be able to mark their being Cherokee and being here.
I also have had a scan done in Oakland Cemetery to confirm the burial site of another set of Cherokee 2nd great grandparents and will be putting up a marker for them also.
I only mention this to indicate that your concern for burials is appreciated by me and my family.
Vivian de Visser
Added by Vivian on Feb 14, 2014 5:50 PM
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||Chas Beerman|
Linda, I removed the tiny article - you can now add the other picture. Judy
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Feb 03, 2014 5:56 PM
|Sue Lilley||RE: Mary Barrow|
After further research, I believe their name was McLin/McLinn. Please change it to agree.
Added by Sue Lilley on Jan 21, 2014 9:35 AM
Thanks for the information. I did not know they reused memorial numbers or combined duplicate entries. Sincere thanks, Wesley Martin
Added by wtmartin on Jan 14, 2014 6:40 AM
Could you add the photo on Lucy Manders #26504777 to memorial #14009761? We need to void duplicate entries. Sincere thanks, Wesley Martin
Added by wtmartin on Jan 13, 2014 2:50 PM
|Vance Harris||RE: Rev. Thomas Rogers Kendall|
Thanks for the information. I THINK I found him in the 1860 Upson County Georgia Census. He is living in the household of David Kendall aged 70. Thomas is listed as T. R. Kendall aged 16. That would still make him mighty young to be made a Captain. I was not aware of that file at the Georgia Archives. They have not been very helpful to me in past (mainly because I live over seas) but I'll try again and see if I can get a copy of this.
Added by Vance Harris on Jan 13, 2014 12:30 PM
|Vance Harris||Rev. Thomas Rogers Kendall|
I came across your memorial for Rev. Thomas Rogers Kendall.
He seems to match an individual that I am looking for in a number of ways...yet also doesn't seem to match in others.
I am looking for a Confederate Captain. Captain Thomas R. Kendall of Company A, 4th Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters. He originally enlisted as 2nd Lieutenant of Company E, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry. When the 3rd Georgia Infantry Battalion was done away with, Company E became part of the newly formed 37th Georgia Infantry. However, Thomas R. Kendall was promoted to Captain and transferred to Company A, 4th Battalion Ga SS. Company A 4th Batt'n SS was originally Company G, 3rd Batt'n Ga Inf. and Company B, 4th Batt'n Ga SS was originally Company D, 3rd Batt'n Ga Inf.
He survived the war and surrendered with the Army at Greenville North Carolina. He filed for pension in Fulton County Georgia listed as Dr. Thomas F. Kendall. Now here are the problems, Rev. Thomas Rogers Kendall was bot born until 1846. He enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant on Aug 8, 1861. That make him about 15 or 16 or so when he enlisted. Not only is that awful young, to be a 2nd Lieutenant and third in command of the Company....I have never heard of this before.
However, in he was granted Pension and when he died, his wife file for his last months pension. She listed her name as Mary L. Kendall and stated that her husband died on Oct 5, 1936. This matches the death date of Rev. Thomas Rogers Kendall. I read your profile and know that you are not related to Rev. Kendall but you have apparently done some research on him or have been contact with someone with information. I would appreciate your thoughts on this matter had he is quit possibly the youngest Captain that I have ever heard of.
His memorial is here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Kendall&GSfn=T&GSmn=R&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=12&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=91581152&df=all&
Added by Vance Harris on Jan 12, 2014 7:47 PM
|Andy Byerly||RE: Carney Farm|
Hello~ I meant to respond to you sooner but since my Mother passed away on November 4th I have been quite busy trying to take care of some things. Anyway...soon after you sent your reply my Dad and I got very curious and went looking for the tombstones. The area that we have narrowed down has been stripped of select timber recently and you can see many portions of the landscape that have been strip mined. I am hoping that the graves were not desecrated as many have been in the past. I looked at Caldwell's Atlas of Clarion County which was publilshed in 1877 to see if I could find any property owners by the name of Carney or the school house mentioned in Mrs. Ion's record. Even thought Andrew and Barbara died much earlier I thought that maybe an heir maintained the property. I found nothing however most of the present day roads are similar to the paths they were in 1877 and I found and area that I thought that one school house once stood.
I plan to go back in the spring hoping to find a local resident out and about to ask. I also might send a letter to the Asbury Methodist Church which might be addressed to the congregation and help locate it. I'll keep you posted.
Added by Andy Byerly on Jan 05, 2014 10:42 PM
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: Ferree transfers|
Added by Sheila (Horn) Strickler on Dec 28, 2013 6:06 PM
|Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo||RE: Deborah Wright Morgan|
Thank you for the explanation. You are appreciated!
Added by Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo on Dec 25, 2013 5:24 PM
|Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo||Deborah Wright Morgan|
Re: Memorial #74544938 at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta.
Thank you for taking the time to take and post the photos of the Morgan plot. I really appreciate you.
I am a Wright researcher and Deborah is my 2nd great grand Aunt. I wondered if you could tell me which grave in your plot photo is Deborah's? Do you possibly have an actual photo of just her grave?
Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo
Added by Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo on Dec 24, 2013 12:31 PM
|Mona Anderson||RE: Swigart cemetery|
All of those roads are nearby but I haven't been able to track this cemetery down yet. I'm thinking it's all grown over or on that farm on private property. If I ever do find it, I'll post the GPS coordinates. I have my handy GPS with me on cemetery excursions just for things like this.
Added by Mona Anderson on Dec 19, 2013 3:59 PM