|W. C. Daniel (#47660521)|
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|Shirley Burks Wells||Re: Mary Best|
Thank you for the info!!
|Ancestral Sleuth||Thomas Lofton|
Thank you for the information and updates on Captain Thomas Lofton's memorial. It is greatly appreciated!
|Dave Robison||RE: Mary Dora Dunn Cook|
Well, that would make us cousins! Nice to "meet" you...
|Dave Robison||Mary Dora Dunn Cook|
Good catch on my great aunt's memorial. Thanks for pointing out the duplicate. It's been out there since 2008 and you're the first to spot it. Are we cousins??
|Lanell Rabner||Bethany Cemetery, Aliceville, Pickens, Alabama|
Thank you for all your hard, dedicated work in making these memorials available to those of us who live far from the roots of our ancestors.
Can you answer a question for me? What is the official name of the Bethany Cemetery in Aliceville, Pickens, Alabama? Is it just the Bethany Cemetery or is it the New Bethany Cemetery? Since you've spent so much time in that cemetery, I consider you the expert. Any help you can give me regarding this question is most appreciated.
|J W Latimer||Benjamin & Clary Graves Moseley Cemeteries|
Thank you for all your diligent efforts on FindaGrave. I appreciate all your hard work!
These Graves and their daughter Nancy Moseley Hughey are from my research actually located in what on FindaGrave is called the "Brantley Family Cemetery," which is located GPS LATITUDE: 33.53185
I would be very interested in any other details you may have showing more specific information on the burial location of my GGG Granduncle & aunt Benjamin & Clary Graves Moseley, whose actual labeled gravemarkers have not been found. But historical documents show Dr. L.G. Brantley and Moseley were buried at same location.
Page 88 of Rainer's Henry County Mother of Counties book specifically states: "Dr. L.G. Brantley (1819-1898) lived near Peachstone Shoals in an old two-story house that stood about where the drive leaves the road to the W.A. Luly home. He is buried at the Benjamin Moseley graveyard on the Luly place. Dr. Brantley was living here during the war of the 60's. . ." Page 270 of The Kelleys of Kelleytown by Martha M. de L'Etoile describes "The Old Moseley Cemetery Kelleytown, Georgia-Henry County and states: Directions from the old Moseley home – Kelleytown, Georgia: "In the pasture. The cemetery has been desecrated and abandoned and many of the graves entirely destroyed. It is very difficult to reach. There is no trace of the grave of Benjamin Moseley who was buried here. [others listed as buried here]: Mrs. Nancy L. Hughey, Dr. L.G. Brantley, Martha W. Brantley, Warren H. Brantley."
This appears to be a different location than this Kelley Moseley Family Cemetery (which does indeed include descendants of Benjamin & Clary Moseley).
Thank you so much!
Jim W. Latimer, MD
Henry County, Georgia
|Beth Austin||Grace Macon #89818153|
The birth date you sent me does not match marker.
|Betty Bolton Starnes||Julia Ann Barham, Ligon|
I found your info on the Ligon Cemetery on Find A Grave. I am trying to help a relative find info on Julia Ann Barham. He is writing a book on the Ligon Family. Julia Ann Barham married Thomas Henry Ligon. Thomas Henry had a brother, John Turner Ligon who married Martha Jane Barham. What we would like to know is if Julia Ann & Martha Jane were related. Census records show both girls were born in N.C. If you have any info on this we would appreciate your help. My email add. is email@example.com if you would like to email me.
Thank you, Betty (Bolton) Starnes
|Louise Hendrix||Samuel Hull|
Are you related to Samuel Hull? My aunt stayed with a cousin, Samuel Hull, who lived on Jones St. in Atlanta, Ga. in 1901.
|Jimbo Roberson||Old Side Cemetery|
Mr. Daniel can you tell me where you got your information from about Old Side Cemetery. The Old Side Church Been long gone. I know a older man is in his late 70's that played on the rotten floor joist of the old church. He said that he wasn't old enough to remember every seeing a church building. I have / had "past a way now" a great uncle that went to the church as a child. his ggg father was a pastor there. Don't thin my gg uncle knew him just information that was past down to him as he was growing up. I have some information i have two name that i know is buried there but i have to find the dates again. i been to the Cemetery many times looking for anything. just not much there now. thanks for any information you give.
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