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Love in Family (#48149498)
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Bio Photo I greatly enjoy photographing cemeteries in Georgia and South Mississippi, two states near and dear to my heart. I use these digital files to update or create memorials herein.

Please feel free to use any of my photos found on find a grave in your family histories as your own.

If you find your name listed as a survivor in an obituary I have posted and would like your name removed, just ask. It will be removed promptly. I think obituaries add a lot of genealogical information that if not captured will be lost, with cremation on the rise related to the cost of living, this may be all that remains to memorialize our families.
If a newspaper or funeral home has already published a name in an obituary, your anonymity is already compromised, if that's what you want to call it that (with the internet ruling our world, what is private anyway ?)

Happy Hunting, Bren

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thanks for transcribing my photo's, one of the bugs with the program photo's showing up in weird directions. lol
Added by Islington on Jul 29, 2015 12:07 PM
Lynda West Hahn
RE: Roy Hahn and Helen Howard Heidt
Thanks for the offer! You don't have to make a special trip to do it. I should have photos of them here somewhere that I can use or I can take again the next time we are in Barnesville.
Added by Lynda West Hahn on Jul 23, 2015 5:37 AM
Lynda West Hahn
Roy Hahn and Helen Howard Heidt
I appreciate the pictures you have put on the memorials of my father-in-law and mother-in-law, Roy Hahn and Helen Howard Heidt in the Greenwood Cem., Barnesville, GA. I do have a request. It looks like the photo you took of both grave slabs together are upside down. Can you rotate that photo?

Thanks, Lynda West Hahn
Added by Lynda West Hahn on Jul 22, 2015 6:23 PM
Mack Browning
Hencely grave
Thank you for taking the time to search for the Genie King Hencely grave site and snapping the pictures. I appreciate it.
Added by Mack Browning on Jul 15, 2015 9:30 PM
Diane Bishop
Lillian Gober
I need you to fix something...can you direct e-mail me? Thanks..
Diane Bishop
Added by Diane Bishop on Jul 09, 2015 12:37 PM
Ann Kennedy Patton
RE: Little Miss Leonra Marie Langford
Are you available to take photos in Lamar county. I have a family cemetery that is close to Lamar Upson county line that I would love to have photos of. I can get directions if you are available. I was down there to take pics in October, but before I made it there I had to turn around and go home b/c of an emergency at home and haven't made it back. I was actually at Thomaston archives when I received the call. If you can't I'll eventually make it was just a thought.
Didn't you use to live in NW GA?
Added by Ann Kennedy Patton on Jul 08, 2015 9:50 PM
Ann Kennedy Patton
RE: Little Miss Leonra Marie Langford
Thanks for your kind words. I know I am related to the Langfords in Upson, Lamar, and Monroe counties. I can track them back to Madison county, GA where I reside. One day maybe I will be able to put the pieces together. I am additionally related to those in Oconee and Jackson. A piece of the puzzle I haven't been able to figure out is my 3g grandfather was born in Wilkinson county according to my 3g grandmothers pension application. This was something I had never heard and is possibly a link to those in Upson, Lamar and Monroe. All my other records have him in Oconee, Clarke, Madison and Banks. One day I will stumble across the answer when I'm least expecting it. If you come across any info, please let me know.
Note FYI: My 3g grandparents were William Avery and Sarah Cooper Hale Langford.
I do love this site and have gained so much info that I might not otherwise have. Most everyone on here is Great!
Best regards,
Added by Ann Kennedy Patton on Jul 08, 2015 6:08 PM
Barbara Godfrey
Thanks for the offer, but my Aaron family married into the Barrett family. That was my only connection. :)
Happy day,
Added by Barbara Godfrey on Jul 06, 2015 3:56 PM
james rowell
RE: long family
hey, just a quick question. how did you confirm that that was henry longs headstone? a cousin wanted me to ask you that so we both can be sure. also was his first wife buried with him? thanks james
Added by james rowell on Jun 29, 2015 7:54 AM
Cynthia Hunt Easley
RE: Uncle Wilbert Lawrence
No, I did not make this entry and can't make a correction. Almost any Lawrence buried in Milner or Griffin, Ga, and Pike, Monroe or Lamar Counties, Georgia, could be my distant relative. My 3rd grt grd father was Zachariah Lawrence from Monroe Co,Ga. He fathered my mulatto 2nd grt grd father Lindsay Lawrence, who fathered 32 children with four different wives. Most of my research has focused on my grandfather Rufus P. Lawrence who's buried in Rest Haven Cemetery in Griffin. Thank you, Cynthia Hunt Easley
Added by Cynthia Hunt Easley on Jun 25, 2015 8:07 AM
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