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.
Joseph Columbus Hannah I have come across the burial of Joseph in my Hannah research. I added his parents to his memorial but wanted to make sure you saw it, since there is a request to help the family find him. Find A Grave Memorial# 124829620 Thank you for doing so much for the Hannah's
If the spots on your lung(s) are too small for a biopsy, they must be really tiny! (The spot on my lung that proved to be malignant was the size of an M & M (regular, not peanut,) and the doctor was able to do a biopsy.) I guess your doctors will just keep a close eye on the spots to look for any growth--probably CT-scans every 3-6 months.
Thanks again for the update. Please keep me posted; I think of you often, and always with a smile and best wishes.
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 email@example.com if you wish. Thanks, Rodney