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Gail and Scott Hannah (#47186089)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 10 days
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Website "Historic Churches of Rural Georgia" is a great resource.
We am happy to share. Any photos we have taken may be used for respectable purpose without written permission.Our email is no longer posted, but feel free to leave a message. To paraphase bio comment from another contributor -These humans response better being spoken to kindly.Speak nice or please do not speak. We have "met" some of the nicest people on this site, but sadly also a few of the rudest.
Please remember that memorials can be transfered to Findagrave if you can no longer manage or wish to make corrections. Please do not delete since many times the information is lost.
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J. E. Cox
James P. Cox 1845
Dear Gail, James' wife was Missouri Hartsfield. Hiram Cox was his father. Sarah was their daughter.

J. E. Cox
Added by J. E. Cox on Jan 27, 2016 7:37 PM
Charles Harrison
RE: Mary Seals Genealogy
Thanks! Good luck with the house.
Added by Charles Harrison on Jan 22, 2016 3:11 PM
Charles Harrison
Mary Seals Genealogy
I am interested in her husband (2nd?) Henry Thompson. I am tracing the Thompson line. Thanks!
Richard Harrison,
Added by Charles Harrison on Jan 22, 2016 12:35 PM
RE: Hannahs of TN
I'd love to talk. Could you please email me at . Thanks, Rodney
Added by Littlerocker on Jan 15, 2016 3:35 PM
Hannahs of TN
Hi Scott: I suspect your Hannahs are related to mine in Greene Co., TN. I'm curious if anyone from your line has taken a yDNA test? We've had a few people from our line who have tested, but I've seen no matches with your line. Also, I was wondering if you have any idea who the R.L. Hannah is on the 1860 Hawkins Co., TN, census in Rogersville? You may email me at if you wish. Thanks, Rodney
Added by Littlerocker on Jan 15, 2016 10:46 AM
Greg Mashburn
Patience J Atkinson Smith
Hi- James and Patience Smith buried at Walker Church are ancestors of mine. Can you tell me how you documented her death date since there is no marker for her?


Greg Mashburn
Warner Robins, GA
Added by Greg Mashburn on Dec 08, 2015 6:44 PM
Ellen Hamby
RE: Illness, Insurance Companies, &c.
I'm glad that you're appealing all of the insurance company's denials. I wonder why they'll approve the tests once the 2016 calendar year starts...? If I were you, I'd check your plan's changes carefully, to try to figure that out.

I'll go ahead and give you a couple of names; these people are among the best in their fields, and they are very kind and empathetic.
* Neurology: Dr. Hector Gotay, in Gainesville, Ga.
* Rheumatology: Dr. Glenn Parris, in Lawrenceville, Ga.

Please keep in touch, and let me know if there's anything I can do to help you.
Added by Ellen Hamby on Dec 05, 2015 4:23 PM
Kathy Gatlin
RE: laster
I have that book and many others. My grandfather was Henry Kelly Laseter.
Added by Kathy Gatlin on Nov 24, 2015 6:47 PM
Ellen Hamby
Illness, Insurance Companies, &c.
I'm so sorry to be filling up your page with my long messages, but I am very angry at your insurer, and I'm very worried about you.

Don't ever accept an insurance company's denial of a diagnostic tool or a treatment that your doctor says is medically necessary (unless your policy clearly doesn't cover the procedure, as would be the case with some off-the-wall or highly-experimental procedures---and a CT-scan is NOT within those categories!)

Insurance companies deny many claims that they know are legitimate, but they count on the fact that a large percentage of policy-holders will just shrug their shoulders and let it go. (That makes sense from their perspective, since they're in business to make a profit.) Let BCBS know that YOU are not going to be one of those let-it-go policy holders!

It seems from your profile page that you live in Georgia. If you're in north-Georgia (metro-Atlanta,) I know some excellent doctors--a pulmonary guy, an auto-immune disease guy, a general surgeon guy, and a lung cancer guy (yeah, they're all men)--in Gwinnett County, and I'd be glad to give you contact information, and go with you to appointments if you'd like.

Best wishes and warm regards, Ellen
Added by Ellen Hamby on Nov 18, 2015 4:51 PM
Ellen Hamby
RE: Transfer
Gail, I'm so sorry that BCBS is making things more difficult than they have to be. If X-rays showed spots on your lungs, you MUST have a CT-scan!

You have 60-90 days (depending on your policy) after the insurance company denies payment to appeal their decision; the denial notice should have included information on how to appeal. If you're within whatever is the window for appeal, file that NOW! (It's usually very easy: you just check an "I appeal" box and mail it in.) If you're beyond the appeal date for the most recent denial, have your doctor file a 4th time for approval of the CT-scan.

Ask your GP (and any pulmonary specialist you're seeing) to write a letter to BCBS; the letter should be on the doctor's letterhead, and it should say something to the effect,
"Gail Hannah is my patient. It is my professional judgment, based on her signs and symptoms and on various test results, that a CT-scan of her chest is medically necessary.

"I am unable to rule out or confirm the presence of serious, possibly life-threatening, conditions, without seeing the results of a CT-Scan.

"Please give this matter your immediate attention."
Added by Ellen Hamby on Nov 18, 2015 4:35 PM
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