|Tommy Westbrook (#47157767)|
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|I was born on Valentine's Day in 1949 in Chickamauga (Walker County) Georgia. I attended the University of Georgia in Athens. I have lived in Atlanta GA since the summer of 1972. I work as a graphic designer.|
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Oops, my mistake. Lawson Cloud is actually a brother to Francis Cloud. Should have consulted my Family Tree files before writing. They are both sons of Jason Cloud III, # 40140411. Sorry about the mistake.
Added by Agnes on May 20, 2014 10:35 AM
Thank you so much for the info on Lawson Cloud, #77188335 and Belle Smith Cloud, #113914015. That really helps us with the Cloud lineage. Now, if someone could only help us find their son, Francis Cloud & his wife Aletha Jackson Cloud we would have a direct line to them from my husband, Tex Cloud. He has wanted this info for years. Thanks, again.
Agnes Brown Cloud, a Cloud by marriage.
Added by Agnes on May 20, 2014 9:43 AM
|Christopher Harris||Distant Cousins|
My name is Christopher Harris. We are distant cousins. My Great Grandmother was Mortie Alma Cloud-Harris. She traces back to William Cloud from Pennsylvania in the 1680's as does this particular cloud you have posted on here. Nice to meet you.
Are you kin to the Westbrook in Rock Spring Ga.?
I use to sell appalinec parts to Westbrook Furn.
back in the 70s.
Worked at Radio & Appl. 74-79 Can't rember names.
|Ronald/Katherine Bradley||RE: Jason Cloud|
You probly know, thats the only playground "close to the graveyard". Let me know if you find it. If need be, I will meet you there and show you.
Good luck in your searches
|Ronald/Katherine Bradley||RE: Thank you!|
The stone is 3rd row east & 3rd tree north of the playground.
|Mary Jo||RE: Grace Beatrice Whitaker Cooper|
I am not related to these families.
Added by Mary Jo on Oct 13, 2010 1:10 PM
|MV Poarch||Rev. Henry Edward Poarch|
Honeycomb Cemetery, AL
Thanks for the picture you added to Rev. Henry Edward Poarch's memorial.