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TRANSFERS - I manage memorials for several of my ancestors. If you are a direct descendant and I am not, I will be glad to transfer the memorial to you. Please click the 'EDIT' tab on the Memorial page and request the transfer.
I'm researching: Bounds/Bownds, Derrick, Thomas, Millhollon, Covington, Dockery, Coffman, Cobb, Ogg, Heflin, Fulcher, Leverton, Telschow, Lindley, Terrell/Terral, Pettus, Cooley
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|Vanessa ||RE: Claude W. Bownds|
I will check the reverse side of the photos I have although mine may only be prints and not originals.
I guessed that the photo of Emma, b. April 8, 1893 (Willie d. 1897 so is not pictured), Lee Roy (or Roy), b. June 22, 1899, and my grandmother, Minnie, b. Feb. 3, 1902, was taken about 1903.
The second photo, I estimated was taken about 1916, but only if the baby was Nodia. I can't tell if it is a boy or girl. If the baby was a boy, it would have been Luther, and the photo taken abut 1912. Claude b. June 25, 1905, Inda, b. Feb 8, 1908, and Luther b. August 3, 1911; Nodia b. Sept 26, 1915.
for some reason, I think Claude who was older than Inda, was not on either photo. But I really don't know for sure. I will ask my Mother, (Minnie's daughter) if she can identify, but I don't think she will be able to. Will let you know if I find out anything.
Added by Vanessa on Jan 18, 2017 4:43 PM
|Ghost Family Hunter||Fag Id#...|
I just realized your id was at the top of the page when I made that post...forgive me. I was working over 60 hours a week for months and life went hayweird...I think I made the transfers??? I've moved and lost my original records and I just now got down to emails...so if not please send it again and I can transfer them no problems!
|Popeye||RE: Rigdon Thomas and Catherine|
Thanx Cindy for the response. I've talked to Robert Riezinger, another relative of the Thomases, and he has more info on this family, especially when the Moon Corp. cleared the land and bulldozed some of the Follendore folks near the Thomas fam. cem. He is also the one who had Seaborn's CSA maker put in place. So, I'ms awaiting his response also. If any decision is made as to where Rigdon and Catherine are, I'll surely let you know.
Thanx for all you do in F.A.G. and have a great day.
Dennis in Georgia.
Added by Popeye on Sep 22, 2016 6:10 AM
|Popeye||Rigdon Thomas and Catherine|
Hi Cindy, Do you have a clue where Rigdon and Wife, Catherine Murray, THOMAS are buried. Your research has resolved many questions I had of the Thomas family and a large thank you for your hard work. '
I am currently on a mission to place a marker for both Ridgon and Catherine. My info is limited and my assumption is they both are buried in the Thomas family cemetery with their son Seaborn Thomas. His grave is marked in this cem. with a CSA headstone.
There are two other unknown visible graves marked by a simple stone for each. No markings on either.
All of these folks are my GGGgrands, and they do need a lot of TLC. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.
Thanx in advance and have a great day.
Dennis Roland (popeye) in Macon, Ga.
Added by Popeye on Sep 20, 2016 4:14 PM
Thank you for letting us know the problem. The email should say "email@example.com". MarGene (a friend).
Added by MHF on Sep 08, 2016 4:56 PM
BW is my great grandfather. I am researching the Millhollon family. I was wondering if you are any kin? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Sincerely, Jackie Duckert
Added by MHF on Sep 08, 2016 2:05 PM
|Ghost Family Hunter||Pearl Clifton transfer|
Hello to make transfers I would need your ID number for find a grave and your relationship to Pearl. Thank you.
|DIMITRIOS CORCODILOS||RE: Gabriel Blakiston|
Youíre welcome Cindy,
Unfortunately I could find no inscription to his memory when I visited the church and churchyard.
There appears to be only one tomb in the floor of the chancel [without any inscription], which I took to be his motherís based on your description.
I did not see any tombstones with legible inscriptions earlier than 1737 in the churchyard, although my visit was cut short because of a heavy downpour.
|Danny Thomas||John C. Thomas|
John Covington Thomas was my G G grandfather and James Stephens Thomas was my G grandfather. We live about 4 miles from the unmarked graves of John C Thomas and his wife Sarah. Is there any way we can receive copies of these photos? I have a copy of John C when he was young but not of these. Please email me.
|Mary Hubbard Miller||RE: Nellie Bownds|
You are very welcome.
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