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John Hearn (#47633377)
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Bio Photo I think it is important to document family history on the internet because it will be available to others for years to come. I think Find-A-Grave is an excellent site because it is free, and because it allows you to post photos of a person even though you may not be the manager of that person's record. I post my email here with undrscores to thwart internet crawler bots. Just omit the underscores to get my email address. j_h_e_a_r_n_1_0_0_0_@_g_m_a_i_l_._c_o_m
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Gloria Starling Johnson
Avera photos
Thanks so much for adding the Avera photos. Gloria J.
Added by Gloria Starling Johnson on Sep 04, 2014 6:41 AM
Karen M. Freeman
Hi John,

Thank you very much for transferring the Memorial pages of nine (9) of my GREEN FAMILY ANCESTORS to me to maintain. I will be proud to do so.

I thank you also for originally creating these pages. You have contributed untold hours to honoring those who have come before us by creating Memorial pages. What a wonderful project!

With a grateful heart,
Karen Milner Freeman
Cherry Log, GA
07 May 2014
Added by Karen M. Freeman on May 07, 2014 3:08 PM
JoAnn Arnold
fletcher Ramsey
Never mind I'm having a dumb day. I clicked on the portrait and got my answer. Thank you for posting it. I has given me a link to my Ramsey family
Added by JoAnn Arnold on Apr 24, 2014 10:30 AM
JoAnn Arnold
fletcher Ramsey
Added by JoAnn Arnold on Apr 24, 2014 10:28 AM
JoAnn Arnold
Fletcher Y. Ramsey
I noticed you added a portrait of a young woman to Fletcher's page. Could you tell me who that is? I know his mother was Margaret Burcher Ramsy but I don't know who his wife was. Thank you
Added by JoAnn Arnold on Apr 24, 2014 10:13 AM
Karen M. Freeman
Hi John,

Karen Freeman, again...

I re-visited Wake Forest Cemetery Find A Grave and the Memorial pages for my Dodd relatives after I sent my recent transfer request to you. I was thrilled to see James Mangum's name there as now Maintaining the please disregard my request for those at Wake Forest; however,
please still consider the 2 at Montlawn & Martha Caroline Green Connelly at the Green Family Cemetery in Harnett County, NC.

Added by Karen M. Freeman on Feb 13, 2014 2:43 PM
Karen M. Freeman
Hi John,

This is Karen Freeman in Cherry Log, GA. We have been in contact recently about the Wake Forest Cemetery and the gravesites of my Aunt Margaret Eliz. 'Lib' Green Dodd, husband Carey Newkirk Dodd and daughter Francina Newkirk Dodd O'Hara. I know you have a personal connection to them as their neighbor; but would you consider transferring the maintenance of their Memorial pages to me? If so, I will supply you with their Memorial numbers.

You also maintain the three (3) Memorial pages of my maternal grandfather - WILLARD MOSS CONNELLY, # 115422843 and maternal aunt - PATRICIA 'Pat' ELMORE CONNELLY, # 115422865; both buried at Montlawn Memorial Park, Raleigh, Wake, NC and my maternal grandmother - MARTHA CAROLINE GREEN CONNELLY, # 116196115, buried in the Green Family Cemetery in Lillington (Buies Creek), Harnett Co, NC.

Will you please consider transferring the Maintenance of the 3 Memorial pages to me to maintain going forward?

Thank you for your consideration,
Karen Elizabeth Milner Freeman
(I was named for my Aunt Elizabeth 'Lib' Green Dodd)
Cherry Log, GA
Added by Karen M. Freeman on Feb 13, 2014 10:09 AM
James Mangum
James Nathaniel Barrow
Hi my name is James Mangum and my Great Uncle Nat's page I see you maintain. I though it might be worth mentioning on his page that he was a Prisoner of War held by the Germans during the Second World War. He was the tail gunner of a B-17 when they were shot down over enemy lines. He and two other men made it out alive but were almost starved to death by the Germans. They were released at the end of the war. My memories of him were him telling me and my sister the stories and showing us the pictures and medals. I will try to talk to my Aunt Harriet About finding a picture of him in his flight jacket. Very interesting man.
Added by James Mangum on Dec 16, 2013 10:44 PM
Harriet Powers Scurlock
Thank you for pointing out the link to her mother. I also corrected the spelling of the name Ceasar for her spouses memorial.
Added by Brad on Sep 24, 2013 11:17 AM
Richard Hornsby
John Franklin Brower
Thanks for the information on John Franklin Brower. His mother's maiden name, like my own mother's, is Kime. And he would be something like my 3rd cousin, 3x removed. Seeing as he's your GG grandfather, I'm happy to transfer his memorial to you.
Added by Richard Hornsby on Sep 11, 2013 1:01 PM
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