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WE ARE TRAVELING AND MIGHT BE A LITTLE SLOW IN RESPONDING TO ANY INFO SENT. HAPPY RESEARCHING, BUD
All photos we have uploaded to FindAGrave are for the members to use as they see fit.
We have absolutely no relative, except our own children and grand children, in Georgia. All of the Georgia memorials have been gleamed while walking cemeteries searching to help Georgians that have relatives here and have moved out of this state.
In Tenn. W. V. and Conn. We have many memorials put on that are not members of our family.
When looking for information by walking cemeteries or looking thru data we would gather extra info and we did not just want to throw it away. We hope that it will benefit someone out there.
IN SOME OTHER STATES.
While traveling we would sometimes stop at cemeteries and just walk and photograph interesting headstones. These too are meant for family or friends.
We surely have enjoyed our adventures with FindAGrave and it's original quest of helping folks find there missing loved ones final resting place.
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|C. Harris Collier, III||RE: Lyle|
Happy Tuesday, Bud! I'll have to look into the surname "Lyles" in Lithonia. Thanks for your unselfish dedication to inputting names that are most beneficial to us!
Take care and God Bless,
|Edwina Moody||RE: Corinth Cemetery in Gwinnett County|
Wish I would have known you were in Ft Smith, it's about an hour or a little more from where we live! Would have met with you and maybe had lunch or something. We actually live north of a little town in Arkansas called Morrilton which is right on I-40 so if you come back this way, let me know and we'll plan something. Also, I used to live in Utah JUST a few years ago. lol I think my 31 yr old son was around six or so. Anyway, there are indeed some wonderful national parks there, also some great state and historical places to visit. If you are going to be in Salt Lake City, the best place to go and get help to find out places to visit is Temple Square. You don't have to have any desire to be a member of the LDS Church to visit and get help to find out places to go. While you are there, if you want to visit a really great place to eat, I believe the place is either Lion's House or Bee Hive House, near Temple Square. Their honey butter is to die for and you can even purchase a jar to take with you or at least you used to be able to! Also, on your way into the city if you are traveling from Colorado is "This is the Place Monument." Supposedly, it's where Brigham Young decided the Mormons would stop their travels from the east and settle in the valley you can see from that vantage point. If it were cherry picking season, there's a great place to go and visit, but I think it may be the wrong time of the year. It's called "Cherry Hill," north of Salt Lake City. Anyway, I could go on and on. If there's anything I can help with long distance about places to visit, let me know. Like I said, I used to live in Utah and my ex-husband still does! lol
As far as names to ask for, let me check and I'll get back to you. Probably surnames including Harris, Ewing, and Brownlee, but let me look and specify so I'm not asking for anyone I'm not even a little related to!
|Edward Farmer||RE: Annie May Chaney|
Thanks so much for the transfer and thanks for all your many contributions to the Findagrave community! This is my maternal line. Annie was my mother's cousin.
|C. Harris Collier, III||RE: Lyle|
Hi, Bud! I would be honoured to take over your Lyles. I don't descend from all of them but would be honoured nonetheless.
Take care and God Bless,
|Shirley Ann Bennett Barham||RE: Elder John Almand|
Thank you for not being bothered by my request. Check back and watch what I am trying to do.
In cleaning out my files the "old problems" nagged at me. The adding of Butler and the A and B.
I needed to put them to rest before my time is up. Really was amazed that I found all the "proofs" needed to educate other Almand researchers.
We are doing well out here on the frontier!
Enjoy your trip. Happy 55th Anniversary!
|Laura||RE: Henry Culberson|
Of course. Thank you for adding the additional info. I will take good care of him. :-) Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Laura on Aug 31, 2014 1:09 PM
|Shirley Ann Bennett Barham||Elder John Almand|
Bud, I am working on memorial 18899605. You were generous and turned your Almand Cemetery memorials to me. Now, I need your help with this memorial. In trying to update and add cretical infomration regarding his signature...couldn't find a way to consolidate what I am trying to do. So,I have run out of space on the photo area. Do you mind removing the two tombstone photos you had posted?
Hope all is well with you and your family.
Hugs, Shirley Ann
|Rebecca (Chapman) Dann||RE: Phoebe Belcher Clay|
Great! Thank you very much. I see we talked a while back when my mom and I were working on her tree (Grieisinger/Clark/Ford. She passed away April 22 and we were not quite finished but I told her I would do so. In the mean time I have stopped working on hers to finish my dad's since I have only one Chapman relative left of that generation and he wants to compare notes in a few weeks. That is how I got to Phoebe. Her daughter Patience married George Jackson Chapman which is GrGr to my Dad. I love that you all work so hard and I also love that we can compare notes. Thank you so very much.
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Joseph Rich n Super Fast.|
Sorry to be so long in responding; they say you have to make hay when the sun shines, so I guess you could say I've been making hay. In re the Golins, there is no record at West, Peacedale, or Lake Avenue. If they were Catholic, they might be at St. Joseph's. I can make inquiry, if you like. The Rich photo was retaken Sunday morning, I trimmed the grass and brushed off some of the lichen; it's a North-facing stone under a tree, so it gets little light. All this to say, you are welcome for the photos, I'm happy to be of help.
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