|Love in Family (#48149498)|
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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 loved ones.
If a newspaper or funeral home has already published a name in an obituary, anonymity is already compromised, if that's what you want to call it (with the internet ruling our world, what is private anyway ?).
Happy Hunting, Bren
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|Sparkgapper||RE: Bates Family|
John BATES Jr is my predecedent in Spalding County, Ga. I worked with C. Lendell BATES, of Boaz, Al (his grandfather was born in Spalding Co, whose good friend and relative, Glenn GOODSON (he lives in Spalding) practically lived in the Archives for several years looking for information on our far flung family. Please check out the Bates Family Cemetery, AKA Reeves Family Cemetery and Reeves-Bates Cemetery, on FindAGrave for the latest concerning family burials in this cemetery.
|Love of Family. RLIvey||J.b. Lord|
Hey was looking at Jerome B. lord
and his wife Mrs. J.B.Lord....spelling of her name is incorrect ...it's spelled Serepta Ivey lord ... And he went by "Rome" Please make changes on both profiles...thank you so much ...this is my husbands family that's how I know how to spell her name.....Have a very blessed evening....
|Sarah Sharpless||RE: Richardson Montfort|
You're welcome. Thank *you* for maintaining the memorials - which is such a help. Sarah
John F. Bloodworth, Private, died of disease at Berryville, Va., October 1862.
Richard J. Bloodworth, Private, died at Point Lookout, Md.July 14, 1864.
Where are their graves? They were sons of Timothy and Elizabeth Bloodworth and brothers of David N. Bloodworth. Thanks and God Bless you Bren!
|BARBARA HARTLEY||RE: margian miranda hinton|
From 1860 census, Taylor Co., Ga.
John N. Hinton, 37
Mary A. M. Hinton, 30 (Maranda)
Gideon N. G.W. F. B. Hinton, 0 (George W.)
Martha Turner, 16
Elizabeth Turner, 19
Could this John N. Hinton in 35th Infantry Regiment, Ga., Co. B be the same John and did he die in the war? Where is he buried? Would like your input on
Also same census Household #86 lives
Penelopie Hinton age 60
Elizabeth S. Hinton age 39, probably mother and sister of John N. Hinton.
Thanks for all you do. Bobbie
|SJ family||Moultrie, Ga|
Your contributions for the five memorials created is thoughtful and appreciated. Thanks for all you do to preserve history for those that come behind us.
|patricia daudelin mccraney||Charlie Fletcher|
My pleasure and thank you for the mention on this great veterans memorial.
|Loree Beacham||RE: aaron reid williams|
We are so sorry about you loss. I know it is hard to accept, especially under the circumstances.
|Elizabeth||RE: Mary Fowler Payne|
You are welcome. Thank you for adding them. :)
|Rebecca Bannister||RE: edith and lois bannister|
Thank you - I don't have a lot of memorials that I manage but I do try to make sure that all of "my family" connects. I think that helps researchers . . .
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