|Love in Family (#48149498)|
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I have found myself in a move to central |
I have enjoyed working with cemeteries of Dawson, Lumpkin, Cherokee, Hall and Forsyth Counties of North Georgia.
The Forsyth County's Sawnee View Gardens and Mausoleum Cemetery, in Cumming, Georgia, now has all photos uploaded, however, I am updating the entries from other sources. It is the last complete cemetery that I photographed in North Georgia.
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, I think your anonymity is already compromised, if that's what you want to call it. (But with the internet ruling our world, what is private anyway ?)
Please feel free to use any of my photos found on find a grave in your family histories.
Happy Hunting, Bren
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|Clyde and Sandra Padgett||Mt Zion and Mt Pleasant Cem|
Thank you so much for the corrections. I swear I was not drunk when I entered them. I usually will enter a cemetery at a time and my eyes get crossed. My husband's family, the Newtons and Padgetts are from where you hail from. If you have any info on them, we'd appreciate it.
Thanks again and keep up the good work.
|Kay Keeshan||William A McDaniel|
Thanks for posting the picture of William McDaniel's headstone - Lamar County, Mt. Zion Cemetery.
|armymom||Western E. Leach|
Thnx for the transfer -- lots of work to do.
Added by armymom on Nov 23, 2014 8:23 AM
|Elma Ruediger Tew||Zackeous Oma Posey, Sr|
The other person needs to delete theirs. I put mine in 2011 and they put theirs in 2014.
|1966ss396||RE: jula treloar smith|
I just sent the pics to your email. They are nice big photos, so it will take a few minutes to get them all sent. I hope they were what you were looking for.
|armymom||Western E. Leach|
Very interested in the parents of Western E. Leach. His brother - Marcus Young Leach - was my husband's great grandfather. I have Western E. on my roster but dates vary and I have him married to Addis Ann Gravitt on 04-Jan-1880. So glad to find anything on this. I also have John Leach and Darcus Suggs as the parents. Have them living in I think Gilmer County with a William Leach (102 years old) living with them. I live in Mississippi and Marcus Young Leach is buried in OK. His wife Elizabeth Jane Gravitt Leach was buried in Gilliam LA in an unmarked grave. Email me and lets talk. Very interested in this.
Thanks Beth Mitchell
Added by armymom on Nov 22, 2014 11:50 AM
|1966ss396||RE: 54 1st series chevy|
Those trucks are nice. I have a 70' CST10 shortbed truck that's on hold until my wife's fairlane is finished. Lol
I will be out tomorrow cemetery looking, if you will get me some info on their location in te cemetery I will do my best to find them for you.
Good morning to you also. That 442 is a sweet car. What make is your truck? I actually lucked up and found my wife's mother 64' Fairlane she used to own. They sold it after she got sick. I will get with my wife and try and see if you have anymore Grants that belong to us. I know that there are a lot of them at Harmony Baptist Church which is where we visited some before we moved to NC. If there's anything you need from the NC side just let me know. Thanks again.
Welcome to the Middle Georgia area! I too live in Middle Georgia and am very glad to have another counterpart in the area with the same goals! If I can ever answer regional/geographical, etc questions about the area don't hesitate to ask. I've lived here almost --- years...well ...I've lived here a long time- lol! Again, welcome!
Hi Bren, Thank you for the transfers of Ben & Nora Hobbs memorials. Jim
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