|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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|Colton Copeland||Edward Lester Millican III's Grandson|
My name is Colton Ryon Copeland and I am the grandson of Edward Lester Millican III and Gladys Mae Lucky. My mother is Susan Michelle Copeland, née Millican. I noticed that you had a Millican family tree on Ancestry.com, and that you even had a photograph of my grandfather's birth certificate and grave site. I have had a rather unfortunate time in tracking the Millican line; I hit a bit of a dead end at Andrew Jackson Millican, Sr., born in 1755 in Rutherford, North Carolina. I have a vague record showing that his father might have been named William Millican, but there is no birth date, death date, residence, or even a name of his spouse. There is a running theory in the family that the Millicans might have been either Irish or Scottish. That vague record that I mentioned of a "William Millican" had a note attached that indicated that he might have been from Ireland, but there is no indication of a town or county. If you would be so kind as to grant me a "Guest" role on your Millican-Watson family tree, (that has a whopping person count of over 55 thousand people), I would be forever grateful so that we may continue along the Millican line before their settlement in the United States. I'd very much like to report back to my mother, aunts and uncle a clear answer about our family history and origins. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your time and consideration,
Colton R. Copeland
|catmomma||William Watters 9/9/1886 obit|
Do you have the Atlanta Constitution obit? If so, can you scan and email to me? Jackie Nichols LA Div UDC
Added by catmomma on Sep 28, 2016 7:27 AM
Just a thanks for adding the photo of Jackie Paul Roberson's monument to the Find A Grave and correctly linking it to J.L. and Mary Roberson. Your work is appreciated. Gena Roberson
Added by Joe S. on Jul 10, 2016 11:47 AM
|Roy Fisher||Oscar and Elizabeth Turner|
Thanks so much for the photos of these two gravestones and helping me correctly list their burial place as Greenwich Cemetery.
Thanks for all your volunteer work and for the extra effort.
|Roy Fisher||Oscar Turner|
Thank your for the picture of Oscar's tombstone.
|Laura Tully||Joseph J. Edenfield|
Thank you for the photo.
|scott sheppard||RE: 18387908|
ok the Mary Angelina i know was born to John Landers and married Curtis Allen ( he died in Civil War) and to my knowledge, she never remarried and was buried alongside Landers kin in Columbia co GA; the burials were moved in 1930s to St Paul Methodist in Lincoln co GA due to the Savannah River being dammed up
hello !! any proof she was daughter of John Landers and LAvinia Ayers?? their dau first married Curtis Allen who died in Civil War.. after that, No idea what happened to Mary Angelina
|Bryan Davis||RE: John Davis 1813-1877|
Ok Thanks. This would be my GG Grandfather. It solidifies some information I have been looking for for some time.
|Bryan Davis||John Davis 1813-1877|
I am really interested in this guy & his family.I have similar person in my tree, and his picture looks very much like my family. Do you have other information on John Davis & family?
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