|Pat Millican (#46618020)|
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I will not transfer any memorials if relationship is not listed. If it is not listed in the SAC, I will just ignore it.NOTE: I will not be doing any transfers (except 4 generation) of any memorials for Myrtle Hill Cemetery until I get all the information on F A G. If you have info to help speed this up please send thru SAC. I especially will NOT do a transfer if you do not add YOUR F A G number and explain your relationship.I have been researching my family & my husband's family for over 28 years. I have always loved cemeteries since I was a child. Cemeteries have always been a place of reflection and remembrance for me, even if I don't have family buried there. I currently serve as Director of the Rome, GA Family History Center, work in the Heritage Room at the Rome-Floyd Co. Library in Rome, GA, President of the Floyd County Cemetery Preservation Committee and as Secretary in the Georgia Municipal Cemetery Association. As you can see, I only do a "little" genealogy!I am happy to make corrections or additions. Please give me time to make them. If I have not done it in 30 days, PLEASE send it again. If you would like me to transfer management of any of the memorials I have listed, please feel free to ask. Please use the "Suggest A Correction" for any corrections or to ask for transfers. Any requests made through the messages will be deleted. You do not need to limit yourself to the 20 per week recommended by F A G, so, send as many as you wish as often as you wish! Thank you.|
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|Karen Foster Montgomery||Euclid Johnson|
Captain Euclid Johnson, Find A Grave Memorial# 18387637, is the father of Francis Augustus Johnson, Find A Grave Memorial# 112159834.
Euclid Johnson married Mary Emmaline 'Emma' Snow, in Calhoun County, AL, on 4 Sep 1860.
Euclid Johnson was born 29 June 1838 in White Plains, Calhoun, AL and died 10 March 1889 in Rome, Floyd, AL.
In May 1862, he was appointed as Captain and Quarter Master, in the 30th Alabama Regt. of Shelley's Command.
After the war he went to Selma; then to Montgomery; and then lived for a few years in Rome, GA, where he died leaving a wife and one son.
His parents are: M. P. Johnson (Mark Peter) and Margaret Jane Porter Johnson.
Thought you might enjoy reading a bit more about Euclid.
Thank you for the edits for Mr. Jarrard. I appreciate you taking the time to send them. They've all been added to his memorial. Again, thank you!
Added by Benae on Sep 16, 2015 12:54 PM
|Bobbie O'Barr||RE: Robert O'Barr - Myrtle Hill Cemetery|
Thanks, Pat, you are so helpful! I will send you an email on Wednesday as you suggest. - Bobbie
|Melody||Carl and Gladys Carroll|
Thank you for letting me know their grave is unmarked. I will update my records.
Added by Melody on Aug 01, 2015 1:52 PM
|Bill Schroeder||Mary Berrien Whitmore|
I'm an ancestor of Mary's father, Weems Berrien, and am interested to know how you know of the date of Mary's death, as I have been scouring the internet for a while now (few years) to find it, and how you're certain she's buried at Myrtle Hill?
I know her husband William is buried in the same lot as the Berrien Noble vault, but there's no mention of her on his headstone/marker.
Is she buried there with him?
If so, I think the family might want to find a way to come up with the money to have her listed on the marker, bless her heart.
Thank you for the additions to find a grave you have put up.
Maybe one of these days we will come to the library and visit you.
|Dr. J The Seeker||The Black Family|
So glad to find you. My name is Jeanne Roelle Yen. I was married to George Seaborn Black, son of George Seaborn Black,Grandson of Eugene. For my children I've researched the family to the Cliffs of Dover.
I have some data for you on ancestors of the Blacks and Sawyers for whom there is missing information on those buried at Myrtle Hill.
I'll definitely be back
You are so very much appreciated, Pat. Thank you for linking Ben's memorial to his wife's memorial. They're now together again!
Added by Lynn on May 15, 2015 9:28 AM
Oops! Would you use the "X" to the right of my earlier message to delete it. It's my cat's fault!
Thank you so very much for linking Laura's memorial to her parents' and her husband's memorials. Your work for findagrave is much appreciated.
Added by Lynn on May 15, 2015 9:25 AM
|Ann White||Henry Varnedoe|
Thank you for the pictures. I really appreicate you getting them for me.
Thank you so much for filling my photo requests. I really appreciate your high quality photographs!
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