|C Bozeman (#46985035)|
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I am currently researching my family connections to these familes: Bozeman, Poole, Bliss, Murray, Robbins, Jones, and Story. |
I welcome contacts from others researching these families in Georgia, Alabama, Florida. I am retired and this is my full time hobby along with traveling this great USA!
I am a volunteer in many cemeteries. Feel free to ask me for your relatives/friends, etc. I would be DELIGHTED to transfer any you need/WANT. You may right click and copy ANY PHOTOS I have posted with my blessing! Glad to help! Have a Blessed day! JESUS SAVES!
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|Hal Lewis||Robert Ivey|
I added your bible history to his page!
|Gerry Bell||John Bell|
I added the info to my husbands family. Thank you .I put you as the contributor on the memorial.
Thank you Gerry Bell
|Marilyn Posthumus Clark||John B. Bell edit 61571949|
Thanks for the CSA info, I did not know he served. Found the papers on GA Virtual Vault and some more on Fold3. If it's the same person, he clerked in the commissary for most of the war. Also he was first in Company A and later K. Maybe they merged.
|Ed Hightower||RE: Your message Stonewall Jackson Adkins|
Thank you for bringing the surname error Hightower to Adkins to my attention. I have corrected it on the memorial.
William and Elizabeth Hightower Adkins had three sons who used the initial "J" in their names Joseph Echols Adkins and James Addison Adkins and John Breckenridge Adkins. They were of course all brothers of Thomas Andrew Adkins (1853-1908). None of the sons of William and Elizabeth Hightower Adkins were old enough to serve in the Civil War, their birth years ranging from 1853 to 1865.
|Ed Hightower||Your message Stonewall Jackson Adkins|
I cannot determine what you are trying to say regarding his parents. Your message is not clear. Neither are the other two messages you recently forwarded on this family, J.E. Adkins, etc.
|Glenn Giddings||RE: memorial transfer|
Thank you, I'm still new to this and trying to find my way around. I'm sorry. Thanks for transferring.
|Glenn Giddings||memorial transfer|
Asking for the transfer of my aunts memorial Winnie Newell Gann #76310633 to me Glenn Giddings 48861780. Thank you
|Gordon||Lucie Kate Wade|
Thank you for the information on the CSA request for this widow. I added it to the memorial and will try to get more information when I get sine time.
Added by Gordon on Nov 01, 2015 3:16 PM
|Anonymous Graver||Re: Joel Simpson|
Thanks for the additional info, it has been added. BTW . . if "certain" contributors do not attend their Edits, the Edits are automatically applied after 21 days. Good - those of us that know what we are doing and can get Edits applied without intervention fron the contributor. Bad - the mischief makers that go around making edits that they know are wrong, just to get back at contributors for not accepting their wrong edits. I routinely check my "Edits sent to me that I approved", just to see if some slipped one in on me. Caught two, easily corrected. And sent the contributor a "blunt" note to not try it again or I would notify Admin. They got the message!
|Linda Allen||Olin Huey Hasty correction|
Thank you for your work with Find a Grave. I would like to note a correction that needs to be made to the record of Olin Huey Hasty and Robert James Hasty at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Tifton ,GA.
Olin is listed as the father of Robert James when actually he is the grandfather and Margaret Evely n Hall Hasty is the grandmother. Baby Robert's parents are Olin Hallman Hasty and Iva Mae Hasty. Olin and Evelyn children are : Olin Hallman Hasty, Ronald Eugene Hasty and Linda Hasty Allen. Thank you for making these correntions.
Linda Hasty Allen
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