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Ed Forester (#47186023)
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Bio Photo 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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Thank you, Ed.
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Added by Bryan Holmes on Aug 22, 2014 5:42 PM
Doris Hall Ford
Pierce Lafayette Tatum
We are searching for information on my husband's great grandfather, Pierce Lafayette Tatum. Because of names listed on the Tatums on thus site, I wonder if there might be a connection. I don't know when or where Pierce was born, but he and his wife, name unknown to us, died on August 6, 1887 when they were struck by lightning in Scottsboro, Alabama. One of Pierce's sons was John Hardy Tatum, my husband's grandfather. Does anyone have an idea of whether or not Pierce was related to the Tatum's in Georgia? If you have any information, please contact Doris at d4d@plateautel.net. thanks!!!
Added by Doris Hall Ford on Aug 17, 2014 8:13 AM
Doris Hall Ford
Pierce Lafayette Tatum
We are searching for information on my husband's great grandfather, Pierce Lafayette Tatum. Because of names listed on the Tatums on thus site, I wonder if there might be a connection. I don't know when or where Pierce was born, but he and his wife, name unknown to us, died on August 6, 1887 when they were struck by lightning in Scottsboro, Alabama. One of Pierce's sons was John Hardy Tatum, my husband's grandfather. Does anyone have an idea of whether or not Pierce was related to the Tatum's in Georgia?
Added by Doris Hall Ford on Aug 17, 2014 8:11 AM
lka 8427
RE: Evlina Forester Blevins
I've read that she signed up for her indian rights, with tribal affiliation, and the rest of the family told her it was a trick of the government. I just wanted to see if you new which one. thanks.
Added by lka 8427 on Jul 02, 2014 10:06 AM
lka 8427
RE: Evlina Forester Blevins
do you have a picture of the parents? Do you know what tribe Rebecca Forester Smith signed up to be a member of?
Added by lka 8427 on Jul 01, 2014 9:05 PM
lka 8427
RE: Evlina Forester Blevins
Would you happen to have Evlina Forrester Blevins photograph? Thanks
Liss
Added by lka 8427 on Jul 01, 2014 3:08 PM
Jacque Brandau
RE: Alexander Blair Hanna
Wow! Thank you so very much. I have spent much time researching the my Hanna family. One of Alexander's brothers, Capt. James Hanna of Hardin Co.,TN is my 3rd great grandfather. If you do not find John Guinn he may have been buried at Gettysburg and not returned home. Your labor on behalf of others is so appreciated.....Jacque
Added by Jacque Brandau on Jun 04, 2014 6:40 PM
Jacque Brandau
RE: Alexander Blair Hanna
Hi Ed...Thank you for your reply. I just noticed that you found 2 of his children in the same cemetery and made memorials. Wonderful, I had them listed in family research, but the wrong dates were supplied to me. There was another son, John Guinn Hanna who was killed in the Civil War 1863, at the battle of Gettsburg. If you would like to do a transfer I would like to manage them, however if you prefer to keep them I thank you for your time and consideration....Jacque
Added by Jacque Brandau on Jun 04, 2014 4:36 PM
Jacque Brandau
Alexander Blair Hanna
I just realized there were 2 notices from Find A Grave on one message and that not only had you attached the photo for Matilda, but for Alexander as well. Your photos make the memorial more complete as well as giving me added information for my ancestry records. Again, thank you!.....Jacque
Added by Jacque Brandau on Jun 04, 2014 10:08 AM
Jacque Brandau
Matilda Hanna Memorial
Thank you so very much for the headstone and grave photos of Matilda Hanna. She is the wife of my 3rd great grand uncle, Alexander Blair Hanna, son of my 4th g. grandfather, John Hanna who traveled down the Tennessee River to settle in Hardin County in the early 1800's. I may never see their country in person, but I appreciate your help to make a lasting memorial for Matilda.....Jacque
Added by Jacque Brandau on Jun 04, 2014 10:00 AM
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