|Ed Forester (#47186023)|
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I was born and raised in Johnson's Crook, Rising Fawn, GA. I live about a mile from Miller Cemetery. I am still living on the property where my ancestor's lived in the 1800's. |
If anyone finds a mistake in any of my post, please let me know. Ed Forester
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|Mark Deutsch||Smith Tinker, b 1833|
Ed,you have not indicated a burial site for Smith Tinker, have a date of death of 22 Sep 1887, and show his birth as Kentucky. Smith appears in the 1900 Census for Dade County, Georgia, age 67, born in Tennessee, which is where his father Abraham would indeed have been at that time. Can you provide a source for the information you show on Find-a-Grave and explain the absence of a burial location? Thank you.
|Bobby & Judy Liles||RE: Mary Allison|
Thanks Ed, I figured you would of posted it if it were possible. I have been looking at that request for weeks and wondering. Now I know. Thanks again.
|Robert Foster||Wrong Thomas Forrester|
I think you have linked to the wrong Forresters. The Thomas who married Mildred Glen in Surry county did not die at Germantown. Also, his son James wrote a will in Surry county that was probated in June 1837
Here's the will of Thomas in Surry county, NC --
Surry Co., North Carolina
Will of Thomas Forrester
In The Name of God Amen
I Thomas Forrester of the Province of North Carolina & County of Surry being Sick and weak of Body but of Perfect Senses and memory Blessed be God for the Same do make Constitute & Ordain this my Last Will & Testament (Viz) and first of All I give my Soul to him that Gave it me, and my Body to buried by Executors Hereafter named and as to the Worldly Goods wherewith it hath Pleased God to bless Me I give in the Manner & form Following.
Item. I Give and Bequeath to my Dear Wife Milret The Plantation Whereon I Now live Together with all my Household Goods & Stock of all Kinds During Life.
Item. I Give and Bequeath to my Son Hezekiah One Improvement Situate in the County of Surry Joining the Improvement of Thomas Dunagin on The East Side of the Arrarrat.
Item. I Give and Bequeath to my Son James one Plantation Situate in the County of Surry Joining the Improvement of David Allen on the west Side of the Ararat.
Item. At the Decease of my Wife Milret it is my Will & Pleasure That my Son John to be Possessd with my Mannor Plantation.
Item. It is my will & Pleasure that my Son William have a Parcel of Woodland Ground above my Mannor Beginning at a Drean above my Mannor Fence and So an Each Side up Hogans Creek as far as a survey will Extend. In Witness whereof I set my hand & Seal this 8th of April in the year of our Lord 1777.
Thomas Forrester (seal)
Sealed & Delivered
In Presence of us
I Appoint my Dear Wife Miltret Executrex
of this My Last Will & Testament
North Carolina Surry County Feby Court 1778.
Thomas Meers one of the subscribing Witnesses to the Within Last Will & Testament of Thomas Forrester Made Oath that He saw the said Thomas Forrester Publish and Declare the Same to be his last will & Testament that he was Sound Disposing mind and memory and that at the same time he saw Alex Hawkins & Charles Roland Sign the Same as Witnesses.
And on Motion it was ordered to be Recorded.
Recorded Accordingly by Jo Williams CC
Hi, Ed. I would like to talk to you about the Forester-Satterwhite family. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, Kristi
|Cindy Stephens||Grif Johnson grave photo|
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Grif Johnson's grave. I really appreciate this. You were kind to help me. It is important to remember our past and relatives so we can appreciate the struggles they went through, then our days sometimes do not seem so bad. Again, thanks for another piece of family history. Cindy Stephens
Thank you so much for the marker photo for the Doyles. I appreciate your help. -Maggie
|Annette Hixon||Ralph Wesley Long|
Thank you Mr.Forester for taking the picture of
Ralph and Inez Long headstone, we really appreciate it.
|MSL||Hayes marker photo|
Thanks so much for your time and effort. The photo is wonderful!
Added by MSL on Sep 28, 2015 3:39 PM
|Crys ||RE: Duke Evatt|
You are most welcome!!!
FYI - I created a memorial for Ophia E Evatt who was on the same marker. I assume she was his wife.
Added by Crys on Sep 19, 2015 4:51 PM
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