|Dorothy George Taylor (#47062173)|
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I am a true southern gal and live in my hometown of Brunswick, Georgia. I am a wife, mother, grandmother and part time writer.|
I have been working on my family tree for several years and love every minute of it! Like most, I have a few "brick walls", but the info I have found has opened many doors and taught me more about who I am and where I came from. I hope to pass my love of family roots to my grandchildren one day.
Some of the surnames in my fathers line are:
GEORGE, HOUSTON, MANN, MCDONALD, SHEFFIELD, MOATES, DAVIS, DEW, TEMPLE
on my mother's line are:
HENRY, MOODY, HUTCHESON, DELOACH, LOUIS, HALL
Feel free to email me anytime!
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|Jim Thompson||The Thompson family|
Just want to let you know that I recently learned the maiden name of the mother of Mildred Eugenia Thompson Davis. Her name was Mildred Howell. I obtained it from Social Security application on Ancestry.com. Mildred also stated in the application that she was born in Hamilton County, Florida. I always thought she was born in Hillsborough County because her family lived there in 1870, before she was born.
|James Guest||lorenda e. guest clendenen|
yeah, (they) answered my request changing aunt lorenda e. (guest)clendenen from helen middle name to the abbreiviation e. which is her correct middle name e.. it went through yeah. go me. thank you.
|Barwick-Susan||Hall Family Transfers|
Hi, You are so welcome. If I have anymore that you would be interested in maintaining please let me know. I am trying to sort my listings out to family, no matter how closely related. I figure family members will have the best chance of making contact with distant cousins. Thank you!
|James Rhodes||Eardley Westmorland|
Found a little more info on him. Eardley Westmorland was born in 1840 at Stoke Newington, London, England. He was the son of Isaac Westmorland and Hannah Cheswright. I can't find his parent's burial places to link them though.
|James Rhodes||RE: Eardley Westmoreland|
You're very welcome. I forgot to add that he was born in Surrey, England and that his parents were Isaac & Hannah Westmorland. He was married to Frances C. Schlatter for a few hours prior to his death. There is a Francis C. Schlatter buried in the same plot as he is but I think that was his mother in law. As his wife was very young at the time of his death, it is likely that she remarried and may be buried under another name.
|WD||Carrie Black DeLoach|
email me email@example.com and I will send photos.
Added by WD on Jun 09, 2015 1:10 PM
|WD||Jessie Martin DeLoach 1875-1958 buried at BEARDS CREEK, Tattnall|
in the bio of Jessie's memorial you mention that
you have nothing after 1910 census for wife
"Carrie" Black DeLOACH
Yesterday I was photographing at ANTIOCH church
cemetery in Evans County when I found the answer.
Although she is not yet in FINDAGRAVE (unless my
partner Dottie Gilder has done the pile of work
I gave her this morning) Carrie is buried in
ANTIOCH..her stone has dates b. 1885 d. 1912.
Carrie is with two children who also are not
yet in FINDAGRAVE: infant son DeLoach b/d 20 Nov 1900 & Jessie Curtis DeLoach b. 1911 d. 1914
Added by WD on Jun 09, 2015 12:27 PM
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Willer P. Radford|
Please remove on of these identical pictures.
|C Bozeman||RE: William T.R. Mann CSA Service|
You are welcome...just a volunteer looking to find all civil war burials in our Tiftarea.
|sheuringd||RE: William Butler Photo|
You're very welcome. The headstones were recently cleaned, and the cemetery has beautiful, easy to read markers.
Debbie & Autumn
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