I would be glad to take photos in the Wilkes County, Georgia area. If I have a tombstone photo of someone in your family and it's not someone in my family, I'll be glad to transfer it to you - just ask. My family members are mostly from South Carolina and are Smith, Lewis, Muller and Speights.
I have recently been researching the servicemen and women who were buried at Magdalen Hill Cemetery in Winchester, Hampshire England in WW1. I live in the same road as this cemetery so it has become of great interest to me. During my research I discovered that there were 551 US Service Personnel buried there. In 1920 The Home Office contacted the local council to request their assistance in exhumations of the deceased service personnel. The families of the deceased were consulted and asked for their requests for the final resting place of their loved ones. Many of the Servicemen/women were returned to their families in the US. Some were re-interred in the Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey and only 6 remained in Winchester. During the course of my research I came across the following record and thought you might like the information:
Titus Booker died at Hursley Park Military Hospital, aged 26 years. He was buried on 3 October 1918. He was exhumed on 17 April 1920 and returned home to the USA.
Hope this small snippet of information will be of use to you.
Mazyck Hi Anne, I am familiar with this family's history. One learns much from transcribing an historic cemetery such as St. Stephen's E.C. I was happy to give her to you as you care about your ancestors. I do get somewhat irritated with people who are just "collectors" of other people's work. Keep us the good research. D.
Irene Freeman Speight Just to let you know this was my Fathers sister. everyone called her Sis. Her brothers and sister were, Willie Freeman, Horace Freeman, Josephine Freeman Thompson, Rosa Lee Freeman, Vasti Freeman Riddle,James Freeman, Emory Daniel (E.D) Freeman, Thomas Freeman, Wallace Harold Freeman.
Louis's name Sorry to fill your wall with messages! I see you took Henry out of the name fields all together. I wanted to suggest that you can either put "C. Henry" in the middle name field, or you could put Henry in the nickname field. I was going to send an edit through the edit system, but I wasn't sure if you would notice it, and I wasn't sure if Henry was actually part of his name or a nickname. Or you can just leave it in the bio portion, if you prefer.
oops - double linked Since you linked Louis and Mary from Louis's memorial, you didn't need to send me an edit request to link from Mary. But since I accepted the request, there are now double links. But I transferred the memorial, so can't fix it. You need to delete one of the spouse links.
RE: Mary Rebecca Amme Muller I'll go ahead and transfer, but it's best to ask for transfers by clicking on the edit tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial, then selecting "suggest any other correction." That way, I automatically get the right memorial, and the right member numbers, and I get a record of the request by email. Also, I noticed that you have Louis's first name as "Louis C." Because of the peculiarities of the search, having extra info in the first name box sometimes gums up the works. (The middle name isn't searchable, so it doesn't matter quite so much.) Just move the C. to the middle name with Henry. It will still look the same, but the search function will work better. (Hope that makes sense.)