I've been interested in genealogy since a friend introduced me to family research in the 1990's. In 2010, after attending a Veteran's Day observance, I found an error in their handout, so I decided to write as much a genealogy as possible on the cemetery in my town of Statham, Georgia. I've photographed every headstone in the cemetery and have compiled a brief family history on all but a few of the over 370 names. My goal is to provide at least a 4 generation genealogy on each person interred there.
I can provide e-mailed copies of my photo and the history that I've compiled, and I'm willing to visit local cemeteries with perhaps the exceptions of Barrow Memorial Gardens and Evergreen Memorial Park - they are just too large for my arthritic and flat feet.
James Booth How are you? James Booth is my great great great great grandfather. :) He was married to Sarah Whitehead Booth. I have a family tree and other info to support this. Allie Ann was his granddaughter. Daughter of his son James and Matilda Booth. Who happen to be buried on the other side of Allie Ann. There currently isnt a find a grave that I can find of Sarah. She is buried at the Booth Memorial. There is also a website all about this cemetery that will give you in info also. It is www.boothmemorialpark.com. Thank you for your time.
Very glad to help. And I know what you mean about wanting to sit down and chat for awhile. Sadly I think the answers would be so much different than the image I have of my ancestors. I have learned that some stories would have been best left in the past.