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I just want to say a BIG Thank You to ALL of The Folks on here, who Devoted time of their Lives to create these Memorials. And Time adding Excellent Family History, Great Pictures of their Stones, and Pictures of The People in them.|
It's Simple really;
Because They Lived, We Live.
IN GOD WE TRUST
I am NOT as active on the Computer right now. What ever I have wrote, over the years hope it helps. I have no further information. Also with all the new Edits..I cannot be responsible for the information others have supplied. TY.
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|Susan Potts McDonald||RE: Americus E. Walker|
I got the full name from two sources 1) in the "Eli Everett & Caroline Elizabeth Hartsfield" entry in the book First Families of Newton County, Georgia compiled by the Genealogical Society of Henry and Clayton counties and 2) on a typed family group sheet that my great aunt Trubie Walker Dodson put together.
Americus Walker is my great grandfather George Washington Walker's brother. My line is as follows:
Susan Potts McDonald
Calvin William Potts (father)
Emma Amanda Walker (grandmother)
George Washington Walker (great grandfather)
Elisha Walker (gg-grandfather)
Elijah Walker (ggg-grandfather)
Would be happy to share any info I have with you.
|reneta heard||Nice words|
Thank you for saying the nice words about my Great Grandfather Benjamin Wilkinson Heard 1821-1893 that means so much to me!! My dad was Jesse Falkner Heard Jr. 1917-1996
|Popeye||C.B. Herb in Evergreen cem|
Hey Cindy,thanx a bunch for the CSA info for C.B. Question?? What would his first name be, if you are sure of it? Cuthbert, or Charlie? If not sure, I'll leave it as is. Thanx again and have a great day and keep up the good work in F.A.G. Dennis
Added by Popeye on Jan 14, 2015 7:57 AM
|Kathy McKinnon Wilson||John I Brown|
Hi Cousin -- haven't been doing much genealogy for the last couple of years and just found this -- please transfer it to me.
Kathy McKinnon Wilson
|Darrell Landrum||J H Willingham|
I posted a photo to your memorial for this gentleman. He is buried in Lot 178 at Old City, Confederate Section. This area is also known as the common grave area. He was buried in a grave by himself, but the large marker with all of the soldiers names in this section is thought to have been placed to save money sometime back in the early 1900s. This section is very well taken care of and nicely landscaped.
|Nathan E. Wood||RE: General James Longstreet|
Thank you for your kind words; and Merry Christmas...........
|Tony Middleton||Thank you|
I appreciate your kind comment on my GGGF Alexander Goodby Middleton's memorial. I also appreciate your perspective on The South, the Confederacy, and the Honorable men who served her.
|don sanford||RE: Burnett Family|
Cindy, I really appreciate your very kind and thoughtful words, the nicest I have heard in a long time. If only others had an inkling in their heart of the love you have in yours, it would truly be a remarkable world in which we live. God Bless You!
|TC||RE: Our Heritage|
...and thank you for the wonderful messages you leave.
Added by TC on Jul 11, 2014 2:41 PM
|Charles E. Carroll||Carroll|
I got in to big of a hurry heading out of the house for HS Graduation.
Jesse and Thomas were sons of Elisha Carroll and Sarah Brown. I'm not sure where they are buried at. Elisha died in 1840, I believe in Twiggs County, GA.
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