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A writer and budding taphophile. My husband and I share our graving hobby since beginning our genealogy research. We have the utmost respect for cemeteries and burial grounds that we visit. |
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|This Is Who We Are: One Big Family||Lazarus Solomon 71204472|
We share the same 4th great grandfather Lazarus.
I would like to share what I have on the Solomon's with you if you want.
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ken Mickler||Ernie Mickler has a headstone!|
I found your search for Ernie Mickler (my cousin)and the story of his cremation and spreading of the ashes, etc.
In the past few months,I have built and installed a headstone for Ernie between his mother (Edna Rae) and his father (William) at Sampson Cemetery, Florida.
I just recently installed the plaque on his headstone. I uploaded a picture of the plaque and the rear page of his cookbook on this website.
I'll be uploading pictures of the entire headstone after I visit the cemetery, again.
|Michelle Backus ||RE: Mimi|
i'm Dave's oldest daughter. I'm sure we met long time ago. Such a big family. Xoxo
|Michelle Backus ||Mimi|
Hello, thank u so much for posting this. I loved Mimi so much, n I have been getting my family tree done.
Thanks Michelle Backus
Granddaughter of Mimi
|Steve Worsham||Lazurus Solomon|
I have searched for this grave several times in the past few months and so far have had no success. I have driven out Crescent Rd, most recently last week (no leaves on trees), coming from Jeffersonville and turning L on Crescent Rd, and looking on the L side of the road about where the Solomon cemetery is marked on the map, but have not seen any graves. There are GPS co-ordinates given but they appear not to correlate with the map and certainly not with my Android GPS. I visited this grave a couple of decades ago and remember it being in woods just off the side of a dirt road, but cannot remember exactly how I got there. I wonder if you recall exactly how you found it, or if you could give me a name of whomever helped you to find it?
Thank you for your time and efforts. Much appreciated. He's quite elusive.
Added by Chiquita on Oct 14, 2012 4:11 AM
|Sharon Christensen||RE: Thanks for the photo of Herbert Jacobson's headstone|
You are very welcome.
|U.D. Roberts||Lazarus Solomon|
Lazarus Solomon is my g-g-g grandfather and I am from the line of his daughter Dicey. I appreciate your research and actually found the grave a little over a year ago after many trips to that area. I have a few photos and was led to the location by the former mayor there. It is hard to put into words the emotions when climbing that bank and seeing where they are buried. We are having our Wall family reunion tomorrow, August 26, 2012 in Tazewell, Georgia at the Methodist Church and I am going to share this link with them. Dicey married Soloman Wall and they had a son named Torrence Wall. Torrence had a daughter named Cora Leona Wall who married John William Roberts, my grandfather. From my research I have learned that Lazarus Solomon served with General Nathaniel Greene, Rhodes Company, North Carolina. It is common knowledge that after the War for Independence, General Greene visited Lazarus Solomon in Fitzpatrick and/or Tazewell. Once again, thank you for your work in this area. I am 65 years old and I never saw any of my grandparents because they had my parents when they were older. For example, my mother was a Rush from Buena Vista, Georgia. Her father, Richmond Carroll Rush was born in 1850 and I was born in 1946. He would have been 96 when I was born. Blessings, U.D. Roberts - email@example.com
Thanks for looking for John's stone. I respect your time and effort and only wish it had been more successful. Keep up the great work!
Smiles from Iowa
Added by Bobbi on Jul 24, 2012 5:27 AM
|Carl Hoffstedt||Hillside Cemetery|
Thanks for finding two gravestones and your effort for Cora Goodrich.
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