|Gail and Scott Hannah (#47186089)|
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|Website "Historic Rural Churches of 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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|Searcher||Find A Grave Memorial# 78492091|
Susan Kent Noell #78492091
I will try and check it out. What I have is-
United States Census, 1850, , Oglethorpe, GA, USA, 344, 345, 28, M432, 80, 442889, 004191558, 00054
United States Census, 1860, 238th District Georgia Militia, Oglethorpe, GA, USA, 98, 734, M653, 133, 803133, 005165704, 00314, 24 Jul 1860
United States Census, 1870, Maxeys, Oglethorpe, GA, USA, 252, 35, 1967, 1958
Supplement to the History of Oglethorpe County, Georgia p 97
Section H-1 =J. T. Noell Cemetery, Oglethorpe, GA. in Cemeteries of Oglethorpe County, Georgia p. 153.
I am rebuilding my data file after a computer died. Forgot to back up often. Not good to start over.
Thanks, Gayle Vivian Searcher
Added by Searcher on Jun 26, 2016 9:24 PM
|Chris||Find A Grave Memorial# 153167838|
As for Wesley S Bradford, a memorial you added, please know he was a Union soldier, not a Confederate one, and served with the OH 21st Infantry. I'll also let Hutch know. Fun fact: He was a direct descendant of Gov. William Bradford, of Mayflower fame.
Added by Chris on Jun 21, 2016 6:18 AM
|WB33||RE: Maxine Lanier|
You are welcome. There are over 100 at United that still need a marker photo, and I have been trying to find them.
Added by WB33 on Jun 05, 2016 8:17 PM
|Keith Robertson||Kellet and mahaffey|
thank you for correcting the information. It is so easy to mix up information and I have done it many times. Don't know if you are researching this family . I have been working on it for many years.... if there is anything I can help with let me know. Thanks again for the wonderful data you have out there
|Angela Black||Seals Family|
I am a great great granddaughter of William D. Seals. I have been researching my family and found his grave and visited it, but cannot find any info on the burial place of his wife Sally Herndon Seals. Can you help me with any information? My mother and I are stuck and can't find her anywhere. William D and Sally's son Mel was my Mother's grandfather
|Ellen Hamby||RE: Illness, Insurance Companies, &c.|
You're welcome, and thank YOU for having made many of my days better!
|S McClure||Mary Ellen Marker Mackey|
Our cemetery records have her being married to John Mackey. I received a request for adding the other in 2012. I will include that. This is an issue I have lately with findagrave. I think it should be based on the cemetery records and not what people randomly request, but I had someone very upset with me last week because I wasn't willing to change someone's information after he gave me two different birth dates which were both different than what was on the headstone and in the cemetery records. Let me know, if you really don't feel comfortable with having the Bailey husband listed. I can add his request to the side instead! Looks like a mystery to solve though (look at sources on familysearch.org--I found a marriage record for a son of a Mary Ellen Marker. Maybe there were two Mary Markers in Manti!)
Hi, Thanks for posting this memorial to Mary. She is my 1st cousin's great grandmother. We have a couple of updates we would like to make. Mary's maiden name is MARKER not Masher. She is the daughter of Peter Jensen Marker and Abigail Woolsey. She was first married to John Bailey Sr. who was born in 1870 at Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. I have created a hot link to her son John Bailey Jr.
Please also create a hot link to her 2nd husband John Mackey at Find A Grave Memorial# 42475837. Thanks very much for updating her memorial with the above information. Bill Jonas firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jean Sutton||RE: Bethel Brick|
They have done a magnificent job.
|mhall||Bethel Brick Church|
Thank you so much for the link to Brick Church. It really brought back a lot of childhood memories. I spent many an hour in and around that church! My maternal grandparents (Dunbar) and great aunts and uncles are buried there (Lines and Foster). In fact, my mom, uncle, and aunt gave one of the stained glass windows (Boy Jesus in the Temple) in memory of the Lines Family. Thank you again to taking me down memory lane!
Added by mhall on May 01, 2016 12:17 PM
|Jean Sutton||RE: Bethel Brick|
Gail; thank you so much for sending me the link to Brick Church and the beautiful web site. It was so thoughtful of you. I am eager to return to the site and read all of the essays on the rural churches. The page on Brick Church made me wish I could see my grandparents again. So many of my mother's family are buried there and across the river in South Carolina. I question a few of the statements about Brick Church and Rev. Wade---and including the spelling of Samuel Maner's name, but it really doesn't matter that much. Are you connected to this church? Jean
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