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!
153125832 Samuel B Lewis There seems to be an error for my great-uncle Samuel Lewis. He is also listed in the Mount Beazor Cemetery 1 for Dooly County with a photo of his headstone (50760682). This is the burial place also of his mother Laura A Lewis. I believe this listing in the Owen Cemetery may be in error, but I can't be sure.
WILLIE FUSSELL ALEXANDER CONNIE, I MIGHT HAVE MISLED YOU ON THE CHANGES. WILLIE FUSSELL ALEXANDER WAS THE FIRST WIFE OF JOHN ALEXANDER.SHE WAS BORN IN 1916 AND NOT 1946. IT IS ON HEADSTONE THAT YOU POSTED ON FIND A GRAVE JOHN AND WILLIE ALEXANDER ARE AT OAK RIDGE CEMETERY. TIFTON JOHN JR. #75957712 WILLIE F. # 84411628
George Suggs Hello. My name is Dale (Davis) Aschenbach. I see that you have added George Suggs to this website. He is my GGG Grandfather. I have his date of birth as 3 Sept 1839, though. Do you have a pic of his headstone? I went to Pleasant Hill Church with my parents growing up. It holds a lot of memories for me. I have a tree on Ancestry.com and have him as George W. Suggs. dob as I stated and his death date as 5 Aug 1894. He had a daughter that I have as Martha Smith. I never understood why she would have a different last name, though. She married John J. Rooks. They had my great Grandmother, Susan Jane Rooks. She had my Grandmother, Florabell. She had my Mother, Florene. Are you related to this family at all? Let me know. Thanks, Dale
RE: Frances Eugenia Pitts I was copying quotes I had regarding the Bozeman family, which I noticed you are interested in. Don't worry about the Ann part. The main thing in that paragraph is that Thomas J Bozeman married Martha Jane Norman, who is a sister of William Young Norman.
I have quite a few Bozeman's in my Norman family tree. If you want the info I have, send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with your e-mail address and I'll send it to you. We may be related. These are Bozeman's from either Georgia or Alabama.
I also have a lot of Bozeman's in another tree, but these are living in Maryland and later Ohio.
By the way, I have Bozeman's on one of my family trees -- Here are some quotes from my records.
Hint: Martha Jane Norman was born between 1822-1823 in Pike (now Upson County) Georgia. She died in DeRoach, Arkansas. She married Thomas J. Bozeman on 18 December 1841 in Upson County, Georgia. He was born in 1818.
Hint: From the "Pitts/Norman Families", there is not a sister Ann of William Young Norman, born Jan 25, 1835. His siblings were David King Norman, Thomas Jackson Norman, Martha Jane Norman who married Thomas J. Bozeman, and Susan T. Norman who married Theodore G. Bozeman.
Hint: I was looking on the LDS site last night and found reference to Stephen J. Carter's wife as a complete name which I have never found before. This is Stephen b. 1823 whose wife's name in any reference I have found has been Serena or Serena G. This listed her as Cyrena Green Bozeman b 27 Sep 1827. The Carter and Bozeman families, in my records, go back to Samuel's sister Amy who married Etheldred Bozeman and there are others as well. I did not have the time to do any further searching but will attempt to do so tonight.