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williamknight57 (#46842549)
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Bio Photo Re-searching my family is my avocation, interested in Knight's and Aday's. Welcome corrections or changes to any of my memorials, but please use the edit feature, if you would like a memorial transfered to you, just request it.
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Kathy Jennings Brown
Thank you so much for the transfer of his memorial. Sincerely, Kathy
Added by Kathy Jennings Brown on Nov 11, 2015 9:34 PM
Charmaine Bonner
Mount Hope in Dahlonega
I had a question regarding placement of the Castleberry stones in Mount Hope. Henry Castleberry with no birthdate or deathdate information is probably my Henry Castleberry (b.1815), this Henry was the uncle of my Great x3 Grandfather with the same name: Henry Castleberry(b.1852), Jackson Castleberry was the younger Henry's father, younger Henry was named after his older uncle.Johanna Castleberry who is also buried in Mt. Hope was the older Henry Castleberry's wife. Can you or anyone you know tell me if their plots are near each other? and if not, who is around Henry and Johanna? I don't live in Georgia and I plan to visit Dahlonega, just not yet. Thanks.
Added by Charmaine Bonner on Nov 04, 2015 1:47 AM
nita stolns
Amandon Baker
Amandon Baker born 1832 and passed 1889. Thank you so much for the transfer, I appreciate it very much. He is part of my family lineage. I have already filled in his bio. Trying to be able to manage some of the other Bakers. I'm just grateful that I can mange some. Thanks to you and others that do the work you do on FIND A Grave.
Added by nita stolns on Oct 21, 2015 2:46 PM
Catherine Nelson Knight
Hi there, I saw your memorial for Catherine Nelson Knight and wonder if you have any more info for her? My Nelson ancestry is also from Jasper Co., GA, in the early 1800's, so I suspect there's a connection. Also I found both William Nelson (my ancestor) and William Knight linked together in some indexes of the Superior Court at the GA State Archives online: "Nelson, William and William Knight vs Alexander Russell", etc. However I don't know what these legal cases were about.
Added by raytracer on Oct 08, 2015 9:34 AM
BJ Thompson
David Moose
Thank you so very much for the transfer of David Moose to me. I'm trying to bring all the family together on Greatly appreciate all you do for us.
Added by BJ Thompson on Oct 07, 2015 7:53 AM
Charles Hawkins
RE: Sanford V. Knight
Further to my earlier reply, I will add the following info: I, together with a friend, actually read the Medlock - Knight - Puckett cemetery in 2009 with the information placed in one of the Laurens County Genealogical Society's cemetery books. As well as I remember the stone for Sanford V. Knight was a rather new stone which was probably added in recent years by the Sons of the Confederacy, based on information some one gave them. It is all in an honest effort to identify all possible Confederate soldiers with grave stones.
I am also a dowser, and just a few moments ago, I asked my dowsing rods about the correct location of Sanford V. Knight's grave. They say he is buried in the Knight - Crawford cemetery. Based on this information, you will have to make up your own mind as to where he is really buried.
Thanks for your interest.

Charles Hawkins
Added by Charles Hawkins on Oct 03, 2015 7:27 AM
Charles Hawkins
RE: Sanford V. Knight
The recording of this cemetery was done by Mrs. Laura Pulley, sometime between 1940 and 1960 (this document was not dated unfortunately). Her work has allowed us to have information about several cemeteries that doesn't exist today, because many stones have become unreadable since that time. Others have been completely destroyed. I believe her work was quite good, although any of us could make a mistake. I personally do not know where this cemetery is located. It may not exist. If you know more about the problem, I will attempt to help clarify it.

Thanks for your interest.

Charles Hawkins.
Added by Charles Hawkins on Oct 03, 2015 7:12 AM
Linda Bruce
Geo W Bruce #21776175
Information on date of birth and date of death is from estate papers filed with Lumpkin County, Georgia.
Added by Linda Bruce on Sep 21, 2015 3:35 AM
Wayne Knight
Wanted to tell you that I walked the entire Lakewood Memorial Park Cemetery. Didn't find Wayne, but did find his parents.
Added by Mike on Aug 25, 2015 5:02 PM
Pam J
RE: Knights in Westmoreland, NH
Bill, have been messing around on ancestry looking up the Knights I entered in. Enabling me to make brief bios and more linking. If you think I'm making any mistakes please tell me. I am also armed with The History and Genealogy of Westmoreland which gives me a start to cross reference dob, m, dod and parentage.
Pam Jenkins
Added by Pam J on Aug 25, 2015 1:24 PM
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