|Gerry Hill (#46982643)|
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I was born in Graves, Dawson, Terrell, Ga Aug 17 1937, and I have been "into" Genealogy over 37 years,and will continue as long as I am able.My lines migrated to Georgia and stayed here. |
Each time I come upon a grave record in my genealogy,I stop and check to see if it is entered. Each time I pass or visit a cemetery,I take pictures and information and enter them if they are not on,in findagerave.com. Hope all of you do the same...as we all get a lot from this web site.
Gerry in Albany Georgia
Some of my lines are:
1st 6 generations
Aycock, Aven (2),Brown,Cannon, Causey, Gray,Hooks,McMichael,Raines,Roberts, Scarborough
Abercrombie, Armour,Broughton,Carter, Cheshire,
Fitzgerald,Greene, Hale,Hall,Hamilton, Harris(2) Jackson,Jenkins, Lamar,Mathis,Merritt, Morris, Pridgeon,Riley(2),Scarborough,Underwood, Wilson
My folks came through Greene Co Ga, for the most part, to Marion, Crawford, Harris,Taylor, Talbot,Putnam,Hancock, and other middle Ga counties to finally land in Terrell, Randolph,Mitchell..and other S Ga. Some few in Columbia, Richmond and other counties. I will be glad to check my very, very large data base for you.(With proper names and dates information, no just surname.)
Please use Edit to add or change information, and give proof.
Remember no one OWNS A GRAVE, and you can add information without the grave in your possession. Transfers are made according to findagrave guidelines. Please check the rules before requesting changes and transfers.
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|Bill T. Whitis||RE: Wingate Hall Woodley|
You would like to use the photos of the head stone and foot stone? Of course you are welcome to use them.
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Ellen Neisler Underwood 2 memorials|
One of the memorials is already linked to the parents & husband. It was originally made Jan. 10, 2011 & later transferred to you and the other one you made Jan. 6, 2011. The obit says she's buried in the Methodist cemetery & that's the memorial already linked up with the parents.
Here she is with parents on 1900 census:
1900 Macon Co., GA gmd 1002 p192a
Neisler, Hugh H head May 1859 41 married 19 yrs GA/GA/GA farmer
Lulie M wife Oct 1864 35 mother of 4, 4 living
Willie H son Jan 1889 11
Hugh G son July 1891 8
Ellen I dau Oct 1896 3
Charles L son May 18991
William B father May 1818 82 married 46 years
Ellen mother June 1828 72 mother of 2, 1 living
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Ellen Neisler Underwood|
Was it that you have 2 memorials for her-one in Baptist & one in Methodist cemetery? # 63993941 and 63806687.
Or maybe I have the wrong Ellen Neisler.
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Ellen Neisler|
I know longer remember what I was asking you to do on this. I'll try to retrace my steps.
|Johnny||It has been sent to edit for merging|
As I mentioned in my previous email I have sent the links for both memorials to edit@ find a grave. They will merge them. I have the correct cemetery and a grave marker photo. Yes, I have read the guidelines numerous times and a burial in the correct location is the goal of Find a Grave. The other memorial is a burial unknown. When you create a memorial from a grave marker photo you search the cemetery where you find the marker. You don't do a global search. Remember, the goal is to record the actual burial site . A burial unknown is only suppose to be for 30 days and at that time the burial location should be known .
This is from the frequently asked questions.... In regard to duplicates, a memorial with a correct known burial location will always be preferred over an unknown burial location. If a case of duplicate memorials falls to the Administration, the Administration will have the final word on which memorial is deleted and which data will be retained in the remaining memorial page. I have 14 memorials in Efergreen for the family name of Swearingen.
It is at edit now and they will do the merging.
Added by Johnny on Sep 08, 2014 12:05 PM
|Larry Lagut||RE: Grave|
I have no problem with family member using any picture that I've taken of their love one. Take care and enjoy life. Larry
Good morning Gerry,
I thank you for the additional information. The Watkins's name goes back a long way in America. There was a James Watkins on the first supply ship to Jamestown, Virginia. I have never did a lot of searching. I know my 2Great Grandfather was William Watkins. His last name on the census is Wadkins and they were around Chesterfield County South Carolina. I have a cousin that has told me the family goes back to Virginia. I hope to find this out some day. I just walk the rows and hopefully I help some other people find their lost ancestors. Good luck in your searches and if you need a transfer let me know.
Added by Johnny on Aug 22, 2014 8:20 AM
|David Green||RE: Picture|
If Rev. Henry Scarborough is family i will transfer to you if it will help
|David Green||RE: Picture|
Help yourself to any of my photos
|Clay Homister||RE: 3 Memorials|
Sorry, had two conversations going. The answer is the same. Mr. Thomas is now in the famous category.
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