Atlanta, Georgia native saluting the contributions of known and unknown individuals, pacifically the fundamental role that African American's have played in the making of the American republic. Many of these known and unknown individuals broke barriers in the political, educational and entertainment arenas, as well as built up their communities, and achieved beyond what others deemed impossible. All saluted, from the famous to the obscure, deserve our gratitude, for their lives clearly demonstrate in some way-through perseverance, fortitude and hard work that people can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to fulfill their dreams and share their gifts with the world. Find A Grave provides all of us a opportunity to learn about some of these individuals behind the struggles and triumphs that have helped shape the world in which we live. My hope is that more people will become more aware of the contributions that many of these individuals have made.
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives. -Jackie Robinson
Thank you to everyone who have left tokens and kind words of rememberance for my memorials, especially my loved ones. Also, a special thank you to those who have sponsored memorials of my deceased relatives. God Bless!
Kathy Elaine McCree Jackson 1949-2015 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=149661202
Jarena Lee again Where did you get her burial record? and do you know what the A stands for? I am working on an article about her, She was born in my home town thank you I think I found her alive in an 1860 census in Philadelphia
RE: Charles Anderson Memorial Curtis...thank you for transferring Charles Anderson to me. I am going to try and locate as many Tuskegee Airmen as I can (to include numerous Tuskegee Airmen who are not already on Find A Grave. I remain, Sincerely yours, Michael James Morton