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Martha Sellers Bryson (#47758589)
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Bio Photo I am retired from AT&T and a widow so I decided to do something with my time. I will transfer management of any memorial I have done as most are not related to me. All pictures may be used for any purpose by anyone. All gravestones are paid for by someone in the family so the family should be able to use all pictures. Some gravestones are so hard to read. Please send correction as only you might have the correct information. I do my best to be accurate. Please use the edit. I am not in this for the numbers. I show all gravestones found and create a memorial for that cemetery. My Sellers lineage is William Sellers 1636-1714. Matthew William Sellers 1680-1740. William Benjamin Sellers 1710-1761. Elisha Sellers 1740-1801. Matthew Sellers 1760-1849. Benjamin Belmont Sellers 1817-1890. Norman Sellers 1847-1919. Charlie Walker Sellers 1882-1971. Oliver Woodrow Sellers 1917-2010. Always looking for Sellers relatives and Waller relatives.
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Dorothy George Taylor
HOUSTON cemetery
Yes ma'am. I do remember it being down the road from the George cemetery, though it's been years since I have been there. Now that I know a bit more about how I am related to so many of them, and names now make a bit more sense to me, I'd love to go back over there for a couple days just to do some searching!
Added by Dorothy George Taylor on Aug 20, 2014 1:39 PM
Dorothy George Taylor
GEORGE Cemetery
My great grandparents - Brantley C. George and Emma (Houston) George

My 2G Grandparents - Levi Brantley George and Susie (Mann) George Houston. (She is buried with her 2nd husband in the Houston cemetery)

My3G grandparents - William Riley George and Louisa T (Holly) George

My 4G grandparents - Levi George and Barbry (Fiesler)George. Levi & Barbry moved to Early county about 1852 from South Carolina.

All of these are buried in the George Cemetery with the exception of Susie Mann George Houston.
Added by Dorothy George Taylor on Aug 13, 2014 7:30 PM
Dorothy George Taylor
GEORGE Infants
Mrs. Bryson,

Thank you so very much for the transfer of the twins. This means a lot to me since they will now be linked with their parents. I have done my best to document, connect and send edits for my GEORGE family. Rarely have I had such a fast response, much less a transfer. I am related to every George in that cemetery, with my direct line going back to the first one. Again, my thanks.
Added by Dorothy George Taylor on Aug 13, 2014 7:14 PM
charles harrison
RE: Lester and Vester Wade
Thanx for the transfers of Lester and Vester but didn't realize there was a lester and vester wade. someone is really taking care of the Widners and Wades out there in that cemetery aren't they. Must've had some kind of project going on out there or something, or else I wonder how they remembered all the people buried there who didn't have markers? Do you have any idea how long those Widner and Wade markers have been out there? I sure wish I had your energy.
Added by charles harrison on Aug 12, 2014 7:18 AM
wallace mitchell
elizabeth Dias
Elizabeth Dias was the name of (Bob) Dias. I don't know why they called her bob, she was the daughter of John & Polly (Russ) Dias. thanks again.
Added by wallace mitchell on Aug 11, 2014 8:02 PM
wallace mitchell
elizabeth Dias
Elizabeth Dias was the name of (Bob) Dias. I don't know why they called her bob, she was the daughter of John & Polly (Russ) Dias. thanks again.
Added by wallace mitchell on Aug 11, 2014 8:01 PM
wallace mitchell
Diars
Thanks so much for posting the Bob Diars grave, I was beginning to think it did not exist.
Added by wallace mitchell on Aug 11, 2014 7:56 PM
charles harrison
RE: Widners and Mollie and children
Okay, I sure appreciate your kindness, reply speed, and the respect you do seem to carry for the deceased.A lot of contributors with your achievements seem to con-descend on others but not you. It was real nice carrying on a conversation in the message section of our profile sections here on Find A Grave, as I never have, and probably never will again, be able to do that with anyone else, it takes sometimes an eternity to get replies here. Thanx again -C. Harrison
Added by charles harrison on Aug 11, 2014 1:10 PM
charles harrison
RE: Widners and Mollie and children
No , I didn't know that. My mother, her mother and father, brothers and sisters etc. are all interred there. do you share pictures? I am a picture fanatic, but only for my personal collections though. You seem to be very up on the Miller county scene, do you live there?
Added by charles harrison on Aug 11, 2014 12:53 PM
charles harrison
Widners and Mollie and children
Ms. Bryson, Thank you soooo much for the transfers of my anscestors, the Widners and Wades. I live in Florida but have many anscestors buried in the Tabb cemetery and in Harmony cemetery in Colquitt (Deans) Thank you again-C Harrison
Added by charles harrison on Aug 11, 2014 12:46 PM
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