|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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|Vicki Peterson||Stewart (Cemetery)|
Thank you so much for getting back to me Ed. I really appreciate knowing there are probably other burials there. If rural Dade Co., Georgia is anything like rural Dade Co., Missouri, the vegetation quickly takes over, and the critters too. Sometimes you know a person is buried there but the tombstone is unreadable from time and the elements, livestock have intruded, or the tombstone has sunk, been overtaken by a tree, or there never was one (especially the last spouse to die). Anyway, if you do make it back there, I hope it's a safe and fruitful endeavor. You've already done a huge service to genealogy and it's greatly appreciated.
|Tranquillas Wings||Lyle graves|
Thanks for checking again. While you are looking around, please also look for Sallie Lyles (1866-1925). She should be buried in the same cluster near Joseph (her brother).
Best regards, T
|Tranquillas Wings||Inza Lucile Lyle|
Thank you so very much for finding, photographing the gravestone and posting the memorial for Inza.
Can you tell me whether or not there was a grave for her father Joseph Alexander Lyle?
|Tranquillas Wings||C C Lyle Gravestone|
Thank you so much for taking the time and posting the photo of C C Lyle's gravestone, and that of his wife Nancy or Nansy. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
|Vicki Peterson||Stewart (family cemetery)|
First of all.. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for your burial postings. Did you create the cemetery for Find-A-Grave? You've inspired me to update my research on the Stewart family. John J. Stewart is very special to me as he took in his nieces, my Susannah and her sister Margaret Stewart after their father Samuel Stewart died in 1855 in DeKalb Co., Alabama. Their mother Sarah (Hawkins) Stewart had died in c1847 and their father remarried.. Permelia (Matheny) widow of Powell Williams. Anyway, I'm thrilled that John Stewart's homestead cemetery is located and on the map!! AND you've posted burials and photos!! I have another burial or two I'd like to add but I hesitate to do so before I ask you if you think there are other burials there that may not have tombstones? (Some of my information is from descendant researchers many years ago and think some is from Ed Gass, also many years ago.)
Sorry that I flooded you with edits but I was so excited to have information to add. I think if it's too much of a nuisance that Find-A-Grave will eventually put them through anyway. Not sure about that though.
Again, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR GENEALOGY WORK IN DADE COUNTY !!
|Laurie McAfee||RE: Lawrence James|
You're so welcome:)
|Will Carrick||RE: Munrow Forester|
You're welcome. Will
|Lorraine Elam Carter||Bobo|
Thank you so much for the Kindred and Susan Bobo grave marker pictures.
Lorraine Elam Carter
|Jeanette Martin||BOBO, WILLIAM PICKNEY|
Thank you so much Ed for the photo. My son-in-law will be very pleased to see the monument of his great-grandfather. I appreciate your time and effort. Have a wonderful Easter.
Jeanette in Oklahoma
|amy palmer||massey photo|
Thank you for the Massey photo.
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