|Romancing the Stone (#46803959)|
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Member since 6th Sept 2006...|
*note: 2014, I am back in school, so plz be patient with me on edits. Thanks so much.
My paternal great grandmother kept great family notes(she had 15 children)and wrote her own family history book, which my great aunt updates ever year. My dad was into genealogy & I became interested when my great-grandmother sent me my first family book in 1986.
I get excited when I find a new link in my family lines, so I also enjoy helping others find theirs.
I think 'Find A Grave' is the next best thing to the real cemeteries when they are too far to travel. I try to connect those in death as they were in life by the links.
I appreciate any comments, advice, & correction requests (Everyone makes mistakes).
I use the census records a great deal in bio's because it helps with linking families together & helps others to find the right person you are looking for when you know related family members.
I have stopped honoring all transfer requests...
I will transfer memorials only if the are within the 'FindAGrave' four generation guidelines. I am more then happy to add info & am capable of maintaining the older memorials. Most of the memorial's I document are those that have long passed & may have many living decedents that can trace their roots back to the same ancestor. If they are more recent & fall within the rules I will make the transfer, but...PLZ send me your member number in your request!
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|Karen Pfirrman||RE: Jesiah/Josiah|
Rose Hill Cemetery, ROyston, GA
|Karen Pfirrman||Jesiah Allen|
Please note the spelling is Josiah on his gravestone rather than Jesiah.
Many thanks for linking Bonnie Andrews Wilson at Cross Roads, Franklin County, to her parents, Lamb & Myrtle Andrews!!!
Added by EWW on Jul 28, 2014 7:00 AM
|On the Trail||RE: WD Purcell in CrossRoads|
Its Ok I didnt think it was him, but thought it couldnt hurt to ask. :-) Thanks for your reply. Here is a link to the virtual cemetery of the 16th GA Infantry if you'd like to take a look. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=394293
|EWW||Eldon Purcell @ Cross Roads|
Thank you for linking Eldon to his parents!! Slowly, but surely I'm getting all my "kuzzins" linked to parents - thank you SO much for the help of my F A G friends!!!
Added by EWW on Jul 02, 2014 10:26 AM
|EWW||Fleecy Ina Burton @ Oakview|
Thanks ever so much for linking Ina to her parents!!
Added by EWW on Jul 02, 2014 10:23 AM
|Kathleen Aderhold||Thomas Harber, et al|
This is the cemetery description - another cemetery I could not find when i was up there. do you have a photo of the cemetery/place?
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Off Hwy 51 near CR 266, near Nails Creek
There are 8 unmarked graves.
|Kathleen Aderhold||Thomas Harber.|
do you have any photos from this cemetery?
Son of Elias & Catherine Harber.
Husband of Elizabeth McKee, married 13 Dec 1808 in Franklin Co., GA.
They had five children, maybe more;
Sarah, b. 1807
Talmon, b. 1809
Catherine, b. 1812
Mary, b. 1814
Eli, b. 1819
Talmon Harber (1809 - 1895)*
Eli Jasper Harber (1819 - 1903)*
Harber Family Cemetery
|Dave & Lois Ashworth||RE: Hix Family|
Yeah!! Oh boy oh boy. Thank you so much for trying. Hope you and your husband find the cemetery and are able to get the photos of the Hix family members. God bless you and your extraordinary efforts. Dave & Lois Ashworth
|Dave & Lois Ashworth||Hix Family|
We know you must be extremely busy. None-the-less, we were wondering if you live close enough to the McFarland-Sewell Cemetery to take photos of the gravemarkers for Charles Hix; his wife, Sarah [McFarland] Hix; and their son John Freeman Hix and upload them to their respective findagrave memorials that you created? We would so much appreciate it. We live in Hallsville, Texas. Kindest regards, Lois & Dave Ashworth
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