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|Old Southern Belle||Oliver's marker photo|
Don't know why but when I clicked on the photo it will not enlarge in the photo window. Would you check and let me know if the problem is just on my end or is there something wrong with the link to the photo. Thanks
|Old Southern Belle||Summerville/Simmerville/Simerville|
WOW! what a mess they created. I was deligent in search for Oliver's memorial before I created it. I even searched with all three spellings, but your memorial did not appear in the search. The search engine doesn't ALWAYS work right. Sorry for the duplicate. I have moved the memorial. I really appreciate your offer and accept. Thank you so much. If I can help you in any way just let me know. You keep up the good work too.
|HistoryGeek||Clyde and Stella Crocker|
Thank you so much for the quick reply on my photo request.
|Dixie Home Georgia||Willingham Families|
Thanks so much for linking the Willingham Families of Polk County. Also many thanks for ALL of your work on here. God Bless, Cindy.
|rita walden||RE: hi again|
I sorry I talk better than write ludie harding she die in jan I was so happy to see james sharp you done he my friend he die young an glad to see find a grave people all over not sure if i could find this grave yard I meet so many nice people an also done hole grave yard of church here for heritage association for tap roots and put in our liberty in town love doing this new at it how do you get picture an bio you did of james sharp you did to my site at find a grave go in garden hill at Opelika at lee county see my pictures an hit my site rita
|rita walden||hi again|
hi how could I get a pic of this headstone a mor if can great rita
hi thank you so much for this mor and pic I grew up with james haven't been back up there for 20 years just join find a grave 5 months an trying to put all friends an family togeather james frist baby an his mom an dad at concord church phenix city al got then thank you so much I just found out his morther in law ludie harding died I jan 2014 I could get her pic also be greatagain we all over the world rita
|JAMES SIMMONS||RE: June Rhodes Morgan|
|JAMES SIMMONS||June Rhodes Morgan|
Mrs. June Rhodes Morgan, age 89 of Rockmart, passed away Friday, Feb. 7, 2014.
Mrs. Morgan was born on May 31, 1924 in Aragon, Georgia, daughter of the late Roy D. Rhodes and the late Effie Rogers Rhodes. She was an employee of the City Drug Company for many years and was a former mail carrier for the Aragon Postal Service. Mrs. Morgan was a member of the Rockmart First United Methodist Church for 80 years and a member of the church choir for 50 years. She was very devoted to her church and her husband, Wallace. Mrs. Morgan was well known for her great cooking and catering. She had three great loves, her family, choir and cooking. Mrs. Morgan was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Wallace A. Morgan on Feb.11, 1992.
Survivors included a daughter, Daphne Morgan Manous of Dallas; son, Tony Morgan of Rockmart; two brothers, Glen P. Rhodes of Conyers and Robert L. Rhodes of Saline, Michigan; three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mrs. Morgan were held on Sunday, Feb. 9th at 4 p.m. in the Rockmart First United Methodist Church with Rev. Jeanette Dickens officiating. Interment services followed in the family lot of Rose Hill Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were members of the Rockmart First United Methodist Choir.
Those wishing to do so, may make contributions to the First United Methodist Church General Fund or to the Church Choir, P. O. Box 152, Rockmart GA 30153 in memory of Mrs. Morgan.
|Pat & Mac Hancock||Longshore|
Thank you so much for both of the transfers!
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