|Richard Ferguson (#47015188)|
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I am a 62 year old retired civil service worker that is enjoying retirement. My wife and I spend most of our time working on our family trees and playing with our Grandchildren.|
We live in Anniston Alabama and roam all of North East Alabama and North West Georgia looking through cemeteries for family graves. We really like the adventure of finding family graves and history. We also love to share our information.
We have pictures of almost every grave that we have listed on FAG. Most are not posted due to the hassel of down sizing the photo for find a grave requirements. If you see a grave listed by either of us ad want a photo we will be glad to send you one.
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|Ed Cook||Brown memorials at New Hope|
I notice all the Brown family memorials are posted in the wrong New Hope Cemetery. They actually belong in the New Hope Cemetery located in north Tallapoosa County close to Goldville. That one is sometimes referred to as the New Hope/Brown-Strong Cemetery. If you do a search for New Hope Cemetery in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, it results with three cemeteries with
that same name. It can be confusing when you are posting a grave memorial.
Added by Ed Cook on Feb 26, 2015 8:51 PM
|Ed & Sue Anderson||James & Mary Hairston|
Thank you very much for the transfer of these memorials to our care.
Ed & Sue Anderson
hi I am just starting out on my family history and I have noticed that you have a lot of information about the pate/ ferguson family. I would really appreciate your help. thank you so much
|Jennifer Eckman||Georgia Keller|
Hi, Are you related to Georgia Wright Keller?
|Michael Pitcock||RE: Mary Frances Ferguson Matlock|
You are very welcome... Glad to help! I have more of the headstones of those buried in the Matlock plot that I will add in a day or two.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Shelby|
Thank you very much for the transfer.
I am not the Joe Sasnett that you recall but I know who he is. He was a distant cousin of mine. Unfortunately he died in 2013. I manage his memorial(# 119016902). My branch of the Sasnett family settled in Southern Alabama (around Dothan) after the Civil War and has branched out from there throughout Florida. I have spent the last several years on FindAGrave researching and connecting us to a Northern Alabama branch which first settled in Clay County and then branched out from there into Anniston, Jacksonville and Birmingham. I have many distant relatives who I hope to see at an upcoming Family reunion that lived at one time in the White's Gap community.
Best Wishes, Joe Sasnett
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Re - parents of Jane Ginderat|
Have you see this stuff ... think there is any connection???
Abraham Icabod GINDRAT
Birth 1713 in Canton Berne, Switzerland
Death 1767 in Purysburg, South Carolina, United States
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Canton Berne, Switzerland
Marriage to Susanne Marguerite Tallet
1738 — Age: 25
1767 — Age: 54
Purysburg, South Carolina, United States
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Susanne Marguerite Tallet
1713 – 1767
Henry Daniel Gindrat
1740 – 1801
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|L Howsen||RE: Alexander McKinney|
You are very Welcome.
Added by L Howsen on Jan 23, 2015 6:55 PM
|Rain ferguson||James P Ferguson|
Hello Richard,, James P Ferguson is my Great Great Grandfather,,, My name is Charlotte Ferguson,, Are you also related,, B-1831- 1886 chester south carolina,,armenia unitied cemetery,, I am Looking for History on the Ferguson Clan,, S.C, and Itawaba county mississippi,,,Thanking you in advance
|Ryan Dupree||William and Nosephine|
I found them.
They were moved to Liberty Grove.
I actually took a picture of them there in August.
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