Hey Everyone; My husband and I have three daughters. Our eldest daughter has given my husband and I three grand babies. We are enjoying every minute that we get to spend with them!
I have been researching mine and my husband's genealogy for over 24 years. Some family surnames I am researching are; Ivie, Williams, Boykin, Howard, Sherwood, Ingram (Ingraham), Jayroe, Nickerson, Harris, Ash, Owen(s), Gaston, Hughes, Allen, Watson, Payne, Long, Dyer, O'Neal, Allison, Goss, Goforth, Davenport, Pocahontas descendants, and many others.
I enjoy going to various cemeteries and taking photos of headstones for Find-A-Grave, as well as for family information, and to help others that aren't able to go to these cemeteries themselves and see their family/ancestors headstones.
Willard W Watson I'm sorry for the loss of your husband's uncle Willard. I transferred him over to you. Unfortunately I couldn't find his obituary, there could be one out there somewhere that I just wasn't able to find. I found his name on the nationwide graveside locator and added him to findagrave to honor his contribution to our country. sincerely, Noreen
RE: George Washington Garner #29379603 According to FamilySearch.com, she was married to the one who was born in 1827 and died in 24 June 1899. He is buried in Cherokee County, Georgia. His father was a John Garner and mother Jane Conley. There has been much confusion over the years because of three George Washington Garners, all born within a few years of each other and all living in Franklin County, Georgia at about the same time period.
Albert G. Foster Hi, I have an obituary for Albert Gallatin Foster, Find A Grave Memorial# 62466536, I can upload as an image or type it up, your preference. I've also submitted some info through the edit tab. He died in 1949. Many thanks
Cryer Creek Cemetery Beth, I hope things are well for you and your family. We've exchanged emails on occasions but I wanted to thank you for all your contributions. I see your name on FindAGrave and we appreciate your time and effort. I'm currently President of the Cryer Creek Cemetery Assoc and wanted to invite you and others to our Annual meeting. The meeting is scheduled for May 22nd (3;00PM) at the Cemetery. By that time I hope to have most of the New Plot Survey complete. As you may or may not know, our plot survey was lost sometime ago. Starting over is a lot of WORK!!! Nonetheless, I'm happy to do it as I find it interesting and on occasions get to meet great people like yourself. If you can't make the meeting I completely understand but please spread the word as I would love to get more people involved and serve on our Board. Blessing to you and yours,
RE: John Winton Mashburn #21184703 Hi, John Winton Mashburn buried at Hipps Chapel is my father's brother. The reason I know he is buried there instead of just a memorial stone being there is that my grandfather (Winton's father) Walter Mashburn made them open the casket because he wanted to make sure it was actually Winton. After looking, Walter said it was him. Walter also had the flag that came off Winton's casket in his home while I was growing up. Thanks for your great amount of work on our local families! We need some more breakthroughs on our Shederick Dyer family line! -Danny Mashburn