|Claudia Hutchins (#47268856)|
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|I'm a retired teacher with an interest in genealogy. I enjoy helping others in family history searches. |
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|Anne Lewis Wheeler||Dr. Alcimus H. Baskin #67846173|
Dr. Baskin lived from 1869 to 1948 and his wife, Agnes Muller Baskin, lived from 1882 to 1972. She was my great aunt. I could not find a record of Agnes at Concord Meth Cemetery. She died 27 years after her husband but she never re-married. I was wondering if you saw any other Baskin tombstones near Dr. Baskin? Thanks for any help you can provide.
|José L Bernabé Tronchoni||RE: Clarence Leon Brown|
Hi. Thanks for the information. I'll contact with the administrators. Best wishes.
|Sue K||RE: Benjamin Medlin # 30659126|
Hi Claudia. Lanny is my cousin but has his email disabled therefore it is not possible to contact him. i have tried him several times but he doesnt have access any longer from what I can tell. I see he has Benjamin Medlin's death year incorrect and wife Rosetta wrong as well as Archibald lace of burial as I previously wrote.
Rosetta Medlin died 1889
Benjamin Medlin is still alive in the tax lists for 1890. Maybe if I were to manage this site then I could edit it myself. I have only been a contributor for one year. I'd like your feedback, Thanks, Sue K
Added by Sue K on Jan 18, 2015 12:17 AM
|Sue K||Benjamin Medlin # 30659126|
Claudia, would you mind making a correction on one of the sons to Benjamin Medlin for me please?
Archibald died at the Battle of Jonesboro outside Atlanta, Ga and is buried at the Square in a common grave with other Confederate soldiers.
Thank you, Sue Knudsen
Added by Sue K on Jan 14, 2015 8:16 PM
|Georgia Girl||John Thomas Feel, Jr. ~ #65836033|
Claudia, His parents were John Thomas Feely, Sr. #62471623 and Martha Ann Polk, #62471741. Would appreciate this correction.
|Lodi1961||RE: Jams T. and Lucy Ann Mealor|
You are Welcome. It was My Pleasure.
Added by Lodi1961 on Jul 12, 2013 5:52 AM
|Bertha Avery-Hood||Oliver Brown|
Thank you for taking the time out to look for Mr.Brown. Sad there are so many folks with no stones or missing one
Thanks Again Bertha
Claudia ... Thank you for fulfilling my request for taking a photo of Andrew Jackson Hancoc's tombstone and including all the other Hancocks.
Thanks so much for the nice photo honoring Quinton Cotton.
Added by Sue on Jan 31, 2012 5:55 PM
|Janet||Mary Pritchard McGouirk|
Claudia - thank you (and your husband) so much for searching for this grave. I suspect she's buried in one of the field stone plots you mentioned, especially since the stone you photographed of Jane McGouirk Norton (Mary's mother-in-law) says that Jane and husband Andrew are buried in a 20 foot radius of the stone!
I appreciate your efforts. I'm really trying to track down info on Mary's father, Raford Pritchard, who I suspect is my ancestor (Philip T. Pritchard)'s father. I've found a couple of Raford/Raiford/Rayford/Raeford Pritchard/Prichard/Pritchett/etc in Campbell County (or anywhere else in GA) in the 1830's, 40's, 50's but they're not the right ages.
What fun these brick walls are.
Added by Janet on Jan 30, 2012 6:40 PM
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