|Richard Cutler (#46778847)|
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I live in Evans, Georgia about 10 miles North of Augusta, GA ( Home of the Master's Golf tournament. Georgia red clay, & Rednecks ) and I've been working on both mine and my wife's geneology for years where many of our relatives are posted on Find A Grave. Whenever I'm at a cemetery and there's some memory left on the digital camera, I will take pictures of folks I have no idea who they are and post them on Find A Grave too. I believe that Find a Grave is a great site for preserving burial records that have been long forgotten or lost through the years, and its a great tool for family researchers. My interest in surnames research are in S.C., N.C. & GA are Suit, Suitt, Parham, Cann, Speer, Hall, Hallman, Bramlette, and in N.J. & PA are Sperry, Nichols, Schnars, Schnarrs, Harris, Long, and Bostedo.
From time to time I'll check on requests for grave pictures in my area and time willing, I will make a try at it. I work full time and so my off time is sometimes full.
Write to me if you have any questions or edits needed on my entries.
Have a wonderful day,
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|Joe Colby||JFW Schnars|
I noticed you have this on JFW's site:
Missing children are Amelia Schnars/Kanady and Rosanna Schnars/Maurer
I would like to discuss further to see if I can help you locate them.
|Tom Schoening||ADA LIPPART LONG|
Richard - Thanks for processing the link to Ada's family - Keep Up Your Great Work
Regards - Tom Schoening
|jonathan merritt||RE: hello|
These two men are one and the same.
Allie Carter is buried in Langley cemetery since they divorced and he remarried he is buried in Graniteville cemetery with his second wife.
He was my great Grandfather on my mothers(allene Hall Merritt) side. I have photos of both sets of graves on my ancestry.com account
the name of the family tree is merritt123
|Mary Hitt||Gies C. Barton Memorial|
Dear Mr. Cutler: I would like to manage this memorial as this is my grandfather.
Thank you so much for what you have done already.
Sincerely, Mary Barton Hitt
|Fran Bundy||RE: Old Field Cemetery|
You're welcome, Richard...but remember if not for your initial work, I would not have many much on which to work....so, I thank you!
|Fran Bundy||Old Field Cemetery|
Are there many unmarked graves? I have added three Birts who I know are buried there.
Martha Virginia (Hair) married Ben Birt.
Thanks for your input...I knew you had photographed some, if not all, markers in that cemetery.
|Julie Parham||Parham Lineage|
Hi, how far are you doing your search on the surname Parham? I have got things all the way to James Param/Parham from England DOB 1589. Still trying to get the British records. Let me know what you have.
Thanks for your hard work
Julie Parham /Stanley Parham /Vernon Noah Parham /
Mack Dalford Parham / Louis Parham / Andrew M.
Parham / Mitchell Parham / William Parham / John
Parham / Thomas Parham III / Thomas Parham II /
Thomas Parham / Matthew Parham /
James Parham(Perreham,Param) from England.
|Wes Phinney||R P Lackey|
Are you positive that he died in Bartow County? We'd best leave it as simply Georgia unless you know for sure
|Diane Branham||David Sperry|
Sorry the David I have posted is not the one you are looking for. Estimated date of birth would of been 1866 for David Perry #136724043, who was 14 at his death.
As for the photos, check it out, scroll down and you will see another photo of David's engraving. He is on the same monument, the back side of his parents, Lyman & Miranda. When there are multiple people on a stone, especially when they don't put last names, I always post the front full shot of the monument so the last name is visible, then I list all the names that are on that stone or in that lot in the caption or note section. Helps pull families together and helps identify what the person's last name is. Hope this clarifies for you as to why you saw his parents on his memorial.
Have a great weekend, we are very cold up here in NY this weekend, and have a blanket of snow already from last night. It could be a long winter for us. Thank you for being on the look out for what could be potential problems. We all need to work together to preserve history.
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo of my relatives grave. SEM
Added by sem on Nov 11, 2014 5:35 AM
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