|Lois Hottinger (#46803720)|
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|I wish I could get an answer for all the questions I ask my ancestors.|
If you want a transfer please follow the rules of find a grave and only ask for a transfer if it is under the rules. I will be glad to add info or make links.
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|Jeffrey Peoples||Gene Lamar Peoples and Emmett W. Cain|
This is my second request for Gene Lamar Peoples Jr.'s memorial to be released to me. My number is 48442011. I would also like to link Daniel Webster Cain memorial 141594001 to his brother Emmett W. Cain number 26507479. Thanks
|Jeffrey Peoples||Gene Lamar Peoples Jr.|
Could you release his memorial to me. I would like to link him to his fathers memorial and add pictures.
|Renwick Brannon||Alfred Brannon|
Please add the foloowing information: Alfred Brannon and Mary Ann Roper were married on October 31, 1830, in Edgefield, SC.
Source: Edgefield Marriage Records-Carlee McClendon-Pottersville Museum
Please add these links:
Pvt Bridges Brannon - Find A Grave Memorial# 141370423
Nancy McGinnis Brannon - Find A Grave Memorial# 141376495
Edgefield Deed Book 37, p. 293:
Hannah McGinnis, Hester McGinnis, and Bridges Brenan to Nancy Brenan, Deed of Gift, 1 March 1817, love of Nancy and her five children, James, Alfred, Brantly, Thos Albert and Louisa, part of real estate of Joseph McGinnis Dec'd, agreeable to will of decd, 57 1/2 acres on Turkey Creek of Stevens Creek on Cambridge Road /s/Hannah(x)McGinnis, Hester McGinnis(x)/s/Bridges Brenan. Wit John (x)Goalman, Jesse Blocker. Proven 6 Nov 1820 by Jesse Blocker; m Mims CCp, Rec 6 Nove 1820
|centavo||Exa Susan "Exie" Statham Newsome|
I have her obituary if you would like me to upload it.
Added by centavo on Jan 05, 2015 12:25 AM
Thank you so much for the transfers of Versie Alto Campbell, Mary East Campbell and Lethia Earnest Smith Campbell!!
|LillieLouEllyn||Robert Cleveland Burnside|
Lois I am including all the information documenting Minnie Rodgers Burnside as the mother of Robert Cleveland Burnside
When you have the time could you please accept my edit for this. I have submitted this edit through the system as well.
I appreciate you wanting to document before you add her.
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas Season
Linda Rogers Peck
Minnie Rodgers daughter of Edward F. Rodgers & Isabella F. Mann. She was born & died in Muscogee County, Georgia. Minnie married some time after June 18,1900 and was widowed before April 25,1910. Two years later Minnie dies leaving two young sons Willie Paul age 10 and Robert Cleveland Burnside Age 4. They would be raised by Minnie's brother Thomas C. Tom Rodgers until 1930.
A marriage record for Minnie has not been found. In her fathers obituary she is listed as Mrs. M.A. Burnside it is unclear if these were the initials of her husband or her own initials~ Records for M.A. Burnside have not been found
A memorial for Willie Paul Burnside has not been found
Son: Robert Cleveland Burnside # 18092576
DEATH OF MRS. M.BURNSIDE
After an illness of four weeks, Mrs. Minnie Burnside, aged 37 years, died at the home of her brother at 1012 Patton Avenue, at 2:15 o'clock Saturday night . She was a member of the Providence Baptist church and leaves two children, two brothers and one sister to mourn her death. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from the late residence and the remains were taken to Providence church, 5 miles east of the city for interment.
Mortuary Notice May 6,1912 Columbus Ledger ~ Enquirer
Miss Minnie Burnside 37 years old, died at 2:15 o'clock at the home of her brother at 1012 Patton Avenue, after an illness of four weeks.
The deceased is survived by two children, Willie Paul and Robert ; also two brothers and one sister all of this city.
The funeral services were conducted from the house Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment was in Providence burying ground, five miles east of the city.
Mortuary Notice May 7, 1912 Columbus Daily Enquirer
Thanks fro the memorial
Have a great holiday
|April Jones||J.O.Willis in Riverdale Cemetery, Columbus Georgia|
Dear Ms. Hottinger, I recently saw that you had posted pictures of my grandfathers grave site; John Oliver Willis, Riverdale Cemetery Columbus Georgia. Are you a relative of his? I'm just curious:) I have not been to Columbus since my granny dies in August of 1969. These 2 people were my moms parents. Anyway, I am just curious . Let me know.... thank you..
April Leigh Hutto Jones
|Clinton Slayton||Slayton transfers at Riverdale|
Thanks very much! This is a complicated bunch and I may ask for one or two more, but I hope not to have to.
|Clinton Slayton||Sorry for the confusion - Riverdale Slayton|
I am correcting a link or two, there was some confusion in my mind because George A Slayton appeared in his first census as Perry, but never appears that way again. I am proofreading all the links and that was the only bad one I have found (that I made in the first place.)
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