|Linda & Joe Richards (#47486036)|
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|I have been working on my family genealogy only since the spring of 2010. I wish I had started decades ago when I would have been able to gain first-hand information from my parents and grandparents. Now I only have bits and pieces of first-hand information to build on. I have discovered more than I ever thought possible.|
I am working on my New York paternal side: Wightwick, Collins, Thornton, Dolan, Sweeney, O'Mahoney.
Also my Mississippi maternal side: Barlow, McWilliams, Thompson, Shepherd, O'Neal, Guynes, Quin, Green, Perryman, Beeson/Beason, Dalrymple and BEYOND.
My husband, Joe, is now interested in finding his ancestors, since I have done a lot of research on his side of the family. That side starts with Richards & Ward in Alabama. It includes: West, Ray, Guy, Hart, Daniels, Parker, Jones, Stuart (or Stewart) and others to be discovered.
Joe will now share this site with me, so that we can work together. I have found Houston County in Alabama to be a treasure chest of information. Other researchers there are the most helpful and are probably related, too.
We also enjoy visiting other cemeteries to take pictures and help others with their family search. We live in Douglas County, GA, so if anyone needs assistance nearby, just contact us.
WE HAVE ADDED MEMORIALS THAT ARE NOT RELATED TO US. We visit cemeteries to take volunteer photos and sometimes add other photos and memorials. We do this especially for family names that we are related to. If you find a memorial that is a direct ancestor or a close family member, you may request a transfer to you. We will do this if you make the request through the edit function, suggest a correction, give your contributor #, and tell us how you are related. We will transfer the memorial if we are not also related. We have taken a lot of photos over the last year and a half that we have not yet added. It is time consuming, but we will add more memorials and photos as time permits.
PLEASE NOTE: The McWilliams Family in Clifton Methodist Churchyard in Panthersville, GA. and family members linked to them have NO KNOWN RELATIONSHIP WITH US. Their son, George W. McWilliams IS NOT the George W. McWilliams whom Linda is descended from.
PHOTOS WE TAKE MAY BE USED FOR FAMILY OR GENEALOGY PURPOSES ONLY (NO COMMERCIAL USE.) WE WOULD APPRECIATE JUST SHOWING ON THE PHOTO "COURTESY OF LINDA & JOE RICHARDS." As other photo volunteers know, finding these cemeteries and the graves in them is time-consuming and hard work, as well as the process of adding them to findagrave; therefore, just acknowledge that we provided them. Thank you.
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Daniel Jones and Mary "Polly" Hart Jones are my 2X grandparents.
Rueben Hart and Nancy Ann Rigdon Hart are my 3X grandparents.
I note that Joe is from this line. I have been trying to find out who Nancy Ann's father was. Initially, and still today, I have Beaver Rigdon as her father. I have seen other records that indicate William or George Rigdon could perhaps, be her father.
Would appreciate any inforrmation you could direct me too.
Thank you for the time you have obviously spent taking photos and searching for the valuable information provided by Find A Grave.
Katherine Jones Ledbetter
|RhondaPattonWathen & children||Felix Grundy Quin|
Just letting you know that today I photographed the tombstone of your distant relative Felix who is the son of Josephus Robertson Quin.
|Jennifer Eckman||RE: Thompson|
I see that we have spoken before. Although we are not showing any shared DNA on gedmatch, we can find that we are sharing on Chr 1 when we reduce the threshold to 600/6 .
My best estimation is that the DNA we are shown to share on GedMatch will be down the Rice or Key line, rather than Thompson or Beeson line.
Obviously, the algorithm is different on Ancestry. We are definitely in the same circle for the Thompson family. I haven't had my DNA tested with Ancestry, but my mother has: Bonnie S.
I believe I am your cousin through the Thompson/Jolly line. In addition, I would not be surprised if I were your Beeson/Beason cousin as well.
Here is a link to my mother's Thompson Lineage:
|William Richard Inmon||Richards Family|
My name is Wm Richard Inmon I work on my wife's account Nancy Inmon. My mother Maggie Richards Inmon came for south Alabama to Florida in 1948. Her father my grandfather Uriah Arron Braxton "Bud" Richards (1851-1936) died in Henry County in 1936 and is buried at Center Ridge Cemetery north of Ozark, Dale County, Alabama. Green Leonard Richards is my 2nd cousin 2x removed. not sure if Joe and I are kin or not since I just found his name on Green's Find-A-Grave site. Please let me hear from you.
Wm. R. Inmon
|L Ferree||RE: Memorial #107530014|
If you click on the picture, you can read the caption. The photo is of the entire lot, not intended as a photo of the single marker. This is the lot that Charles is buried in. He does not have an individual marker.
Added by L Ferree on Jun 21, 2015 5:31 AM
|Greg||RE: Perdues in Ward Cemetery|
Yes use what you need
Added by Greg on May 01, 2015 3:16 PM
|Linda Thompson||RE: Photos of memorials|
Yes, of course you may use my photos taken at Greenwood Cemetery. So glad they have meaning for your family.
|Cathie Bailey||RE: Photos of memorials|
That's fine. I love hearing from people that can use the photos I've added. This website has been such a blessing in finding answers to my family puzzles. Be blessed! =0)
Andrew Wilson Kelly
Birth 31 Aug 1825 in Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina, United States
Death 12 Jul 1881 Georgia, USA
Elizabeth J. Pitts Kelly
wife of 2nd great grand uncle
Birth 28 Sept 1826 in South Carolina, USA
Death 05 Sep 1899 iGeorgia, USA
SON - Newton C Kelly
Birth 5 Sept 1857 in Georgia, USA
Death 18 Mar 1887 in Carroll, Georgia, USA
Explanation of headstone initials
Thanks for your dedication
Added by RBrown on Apr 11, 2015 9:46 AM
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