|Howard Cobb (#47205196)|
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|Retirement has let me really work on my genealogy research. My concentration is families in Titus and Franklin Counties. Families are so intermingled in these counties through marriage. Really trying to ensure all cemeteries in these counties are in Find-a-grave. I love when other researchers provide me with new information. Just ask and I will try and help you whenever possible.|
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Per death certificate Addie A was born in Rome, Floyd, Georgia.
|Meredith Mckinney Hess||McKinney/Wallace Grave|
Thank you for putting up the pictures of this tombstone, as I have never seen it. I am Elton Dale Jr. McKinney's daughter. He was a baby and survived the car wreck. My nephews' names are Collin and Theron, and my neice's name is Meda Isadora, which was Hallie's real name. I grew up with Hallie, but sadly never met the others.
|Dee Mitchell||William Houlfourd "Willie" GILLENTINE|
The marker on the left belongs to William Houlfourd "Willie" GILLENTINE b:05 Mar 1880 d:12 Feb 1901
The three brothers are the children of Matthew Harbon and Susan Boyd Taylor GILLENTINE
Gillentine Genealogy: Dee Gillentine Mitchell
|Lonnie Massey||RE: Lemel V Perry #64117760|
I'll be happy to take this record off your hands.
|Lonnie Massey||Lemel V Perry #64117760|
Please add links to parents (my great-grandparents):
Eugene Alvin Perry #65770311
Rachel Joann Earnest Perry #65770318
Added by Beth on Feb 26, 2015 5:56 PM
|Dana Cook||Jane Locke|
I see you have a photo request for Jane Locke. I believe Jane may have a grave that is illegible to read because in 2012, I went to the Flint Hill Methodist church cemetery and took pics of every single grave that was legible. There are alot of old graves that are illegible to read at all. There are also a few old ones down the hill in the woods but it's very hard to get to them. I had my nephew go down in there and I know there wasn't a Jane Locke or he would have taken the grave pic. Most of the deceased from the 1700's-late 1800's are buried on a hill next to the church. All others are buried across the street. I thought I'd let you know.
|Gordon Houston Holmes||Holmes Family|
Thank you Howard for the transfers, and all the research you do. Enjoy my friend
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Martha J (Wofford) Jordan|
Thank you for the transfer. If someone closely related requests a transfer, I will be happy to pass along the favor. ~~Carol
|Curtis Conkle||White Transfer|
Thanks so much for the transfer.
Have added additional information and links.
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