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|Elizabeth in CA||Raified Roberts|
Just downloaded picture of his stone. Took picture yesterday.
|Matt Lutz||RE: Myles Henry Johnson Sr|
Hello. I'm not sure. My interest in Mile Johnson jr. was that he was a Leon Co. commissioner and a road in the eastern part of the county is named after Jr.
My suggestions would be to obtain a death certificate from vital statstics, or perhaps use the Fl. newspaper archives at UF.
in those days they often has little blurbs about the comings & goings of persons in town. you might luck out.
only other thought is perhaps a will recorded in Leon Co. - you'd have to contact the clerk of court.
|Kina Freeland Bryant||Dale Beard|
I fixed it, I hope this helps
|Kina Freeland Bryant||RE: Beard Family|
Ok, I will fix it. Sorry about that
|Joyce Goodman||Elma Tindell Scott|
I added the picture of the headstone for Elma Tindell Scott. Loudonna and Alton Wise took the picture. I knew both J.C. Tindell and her last husband Ellis Scott.
|Steve Brennan||RE: Mary Ellen Cramer|
It was my pleasure. We happened to be vacationing nearby and I looked up nearby requests on a free day. Your request was just a few miles away.
|Clyde and Sandra Padgett||Ebenezer cem|
It was not too bad today. It has rained so much, the old logging road was a mud pit. It hasn't rained for three days so I finally made it down the road.
|Fernandez Family of Estero||RE: Buck and Alma Scott Fernandez|
I emailed you the pics you asked for of Alma's parents. I did post them on the memorials. Give photo credit to The Fernandez Family of Estero. Enjoy them!
|Ginny M||RE: Shirley Booth|
Booth was born as Marjory Ford, the daughter of Albert James Ford and Virginia Martha Wright. Her childhood was spent in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn where she attended P.S. 152. By the time of the 1910 census in April 1910, aged 11, she was known as Thelma by her family. She had only one sibling, a younger sister, Jean Valentine Ford, who died January 23, 2010.
Added by Ginny M on Jul 02, 2013 4:35 PM
|Barbara Howe||Ebenezer Cemetery - Upson County, Georgia|
My 3rd great grandmother is Rebecca (Willis) Gammon 1788-1869 buried in Ebenezer Cemetery. Her husband, 3rd great grandfather, Willis Gammon abt. 1783-1869 is not listed. I thought since they both died the same year, he may also be buried in Ebenezer Cemetery. I know sometimes a person may be buried but not entered into the site.
My 2nd great grand aunt, Jane (Gammon) Dickey, is also buried in Ebenezer Cemetery.
Also, if you might have Martha "Patsy" (Gammon) Howe 1811-1854 and Hiram Howe 1798-1875, my 2nd great grandparents, buried in Ebenezer? Martha, sister of Jane Gammon. They both lived in Pike County at time of death.
Thanking you for any help.
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