I have a passion for genealogy. Find a grave has been very helpful to me in some ways. I have found some information to be helpful and hope that by the time Im done, I will have the memorials of family members properly updated (corrections made, information added, pictures, etc) so that others can know who these individuals really are. I also find it helpful when a family member has taken the time to correctly update and maintain memorials because the information is more accurate and informative. Not everyone I list are related to me. If you see I have created a memorial for your family member and you wish to maintain it, please contact me. If you wish to send information for me to add to your loved ones memorials please by all means, send it to me. My goal is to make sure the ones before us are properly memorialized. Im not one of those to compain that Ive spent all this time and money on find a grave, however, it does take time and money. I do this because I like to do this and because it makes it easier for family members to locate those who have passed before them.
George Vincent Mohan stone Dear Henerietta Jones Foust, I noticed you posted on find a grave for George V Mohan. George is my uncle. Would it be OK if I added a picture of his stone to your post? I also have a picture of him in my genealogy for Kay's Kin Scurlock. He was married to my maternal aunt. Kay Katopodis email@example.com
112572637 Thank you for your service to find-a-grave. Thank you for creating the memorial for Evelyn McLeod Andrews with her obituary. Evelyn's husband James Joseph "Jim" Andrews (29 Nov 1916, Lockhart, Covington Co., AL. - 29 May 1980, Oxford, Calhoun Co., AL, should be buried beside her in Forestlawn Garden and Mausoleum. I have never seen the tombstone for Uncle "Jim", (brother to my husband's father). My find-a-grave #47182967 (Betty Andrews). Thank you for any help finding James Joseph "Jim" Andrews burial place and marker.
George and Joseph Geoghagan information George and Joseph Geoghagan were drafted in the 4th Alabama Battalion, 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Both fought under The Army of Tennessee. George fought and dies in the Battle of Franklin 30 Nov 1864 All headstones in The McGavock Confederate Cemetery were wooden at one time and some were used as fire wood. Now all markers for the fallen are unmarked.
Joseph fought in the Battle of Resca Ga May 13–15, 1864 he died a week or two later after being shipped to a hospital in La Grange Ga.
Both names are in a book that was written by William Zorn, "Hold at all hazard", an account of the 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment
cloyd william coffey hello my dad was cloyd william coffey. he was buried at jackson heights cemetery. 120231775. please put that information in there. thanks my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. my name is loretta coffey alderman