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Georgia Girl (#46981215)
 member for 9 years, 3 months, 2 days
RE: Burton Family
Is there anyone who would be willing to talk to me about the Burtons? I have run across such conflicting information. Is there anyone who would be willing to look at my tree on ancestry, and let me know if I am on the right track? Any help would be most appreciated.

My tree is "Pickrell and Bolding Family Tree". They can contact me there where it is not so public.

Best regards,


Added by SG on May 26, 2017 6:24 PM

RE: Burton Family
Is there anyone who would be willing to talk to me about the Burtons? I have run across such conflicting information. Is there anyone who would be willing to look at my tree on ancestry, and let me know if I am on the right track? Any help would be most appreciated.

My tree is "Pickrell and Bolding Family Tree". They can contact me there where it is not so public.

Best regards,


Added by SG on May 26, 2017 6:23 PM

Hi, Georgia Gal, and happy to see we share a few surnames. A pamphlet I am writing is primarily about the Blick families who migrated down to the Norfolk area, but I'd like to include their allied families back in Brunswick as well, especially any info on the Smokey Ordinary days (:-). My Blick family in the Dinwiddie area intermarried with the Fenns, Birchetts, Archers that I know about and you may know with whom the early Blicks intermarried in Brunswick area. My maiden name is Barnes as my John C. Barnes also migrated down to old Norfolk County and married Francis Webb there. Thanks for anything you can contribute and I'll send a complimentary copy to the libraries who contribute. Regards, Margaret Stroud (

Added by VirginiaGranny on May 25, 2017 7:06 AM

Burton Family
Hi Georgia Girl,

You have added many Burton families to FindaGrave, many of whom are my ancestors. Would you please share with me the source of your information. These folks have been exceedingly difficult to research.

Many thanks,
Scoti Pickrell

Added by SG on May 24, 2017 6:01 PM

Daniel Moran
RE: Smith Chapel Cemetery, Carroll Co., GA
Put in a grave request for it and I'll handle it this upcoming weekend. If I can't get to it this weekend I'll be sure to get it the following weekend.

Added by Daniel Moran on May 22, 2017 4:04 PM

Daniel Moran
RE: Sarah Stamps
I do not know of it only due to never being at that cemetery before. By the map, it appears its but eight or maybe ten miles from me. Not far at all.

Added by Daniel Moran on May 22, 2017 12:50 PM

Daniel Moran
I have a question. I found the Stamps plot in this cemetery, but could not find Sarah. I'm not saying she is not there, but may be in an unmarked grave. Could you provide me with whom she may have married? I believe I found her daughters grave in this plot and maybe even the husband. Think she had a daughter named Sarah as well.

Added by Daniel Moran on May 21, 2017 9:37 AM

Jo Dukes
Turner Hunt family
I wish we could privately correspond about the lineage of the Hunt family. I have some questions you might could answer.

Added by Jo Dukes on May 17, 2017 7:00 PM

Jo Dukes
RE: Rev. Robert Hunt b. 1568
Hi Georgia Girl: This is my connection to Rev. Robert Hunt of Jamestown:

Me: Jo Anne Causey Dukes
Mother: Mattie Ruth McCune Causey
Grandmother: Martha Frances Hunt McCune
GGrand: Francis Marion Hunt 1839-1833
GGGrand: John Poleman Hunt 1817-1866
GGGGrand: Turner Hunt 1756-1847
GGGGGrand: John Hunt 1734-1759
GGGGGGrand: Thomas Hunt II ?-1759
GGGGGGGrand: Thomas Hunt ?
GGGGGGGGrand: William Hunt, Jr 1625-1715
GGGGGGGGGrand: William Hunt, Sr. 1599-1676
GGGGGGGGGGrand: Rev. Robert Hunt 1569-1608

I will be going through my Hunt info and see what I can find before making the trip to Jamestown, etc. Now, what about your Thomas Jefferson link?

Added by Jo Dukes on May 17, 2017 4:45 PM

Neil Serdinsky
RE: Elizabeth J. Ivey (1825-1909) ~ #36535457
In the Georgia Marriage Records from Select Counties, 1828-1978, the following is shown:

Name: Allen Ivey

Gender: Males

Marriage Date: 24 Apr 1845

Marriage Place: Morgan, Georgia, USA

Spouse: Elizabeth Jane Foler

Spouse Gender: Female

Added by Neil Serdinsky on May 12, 2017 1:44 PM

Brett Nichols
Brown family.
My wife is of your Brown family, John (1796-?)> William Sr.(1730-1787)>, William Jr. (1760-?)> Hiram (1792-1862), >Robert (1825-1864),> William Myron (1857-1950),> Mary Lee (1898-1991).

Don't have much documentation for the first three generations. Seeing if you have had much luck.

Brett Nichol

Added by Brett Nichols on May 09, 2017 4:02 PM

Jo Dukes
Rev. Robert Hunt b. 1568
I am planning a trip to Williamsburg, VA in June. My ggrandfather was Francis Marion Hunt b 3 June 1839 son of John Poleman Hunt b 16 March 1817. I am almost certain that I descend from Rev. Robert Hunt, first Anglican minister in the new America. Could you help me in confirming this? My maternal grandmother was Martha Frances Hunt McCune. Thanks Jo Anne Causey Dukes

Added by Jo Dukes on May 03, 2017 8:48 PM

Debbie Z*~
Oakland Cem - Atlanta

Thank you for all the work you have done in this cemetery and others! I have deep roots in this area of GA and your work has greatly helped add to my family tree.

I wanted to let you know that I've completed a bio for William C Sanders, at least for now, and thought you might want to take a look. Many of the pallbearers & escorts mentioned in the obit have been linked back to some of your memorials. William's memorial # is 54912768. His wife, Rebecca Hulsey, is my cousin.

Best regards,
Debbie Hulsey Zouras

Added by Debbie Z*~ on May 03, 2017 6:59 AM

Nancy Waters
Are you related to the Perryman Family? Harmon Perryman and Mary Margaret Vining were my 4th great grandparents.

Added by Nancy Waters on Apr 28, 2017 11:54 AM

Betty Chambers
Freeman Family
I have a listing of all graves in Steele Creek Presbyterian Church and it does not list any of your Freeman family as listed. Could he be buried any other graveyard nearby? There are several old graveyards nearby, Pleasant Hill Presbyterian is the closest.

Added by Betty Chambers on Apr 28, 2017 9:45 AM

RE: Stephen
I do not want the grave transferred to me - just an update to the bio

Stephen LeSueur son of Addie Calhoun LeSueur - whose memorial is 54058219 needs to be corrected
Estelle was his third wife whom he was married to for 25 plus years when she died "Estelle Spillers)
it is in there as his second wife.

Steve died in Orlando Florida and is buried in All Faiths Memorial Park, Casselberry, Seminole county, Florida

I am trying to find a picture of his grave and need to put it on findagrave along with his memorial - I know this is true since my husband and I paid for the plots for them Estelle's memorial is 120270223

Thanks Jackie

Added by Jackie on Apr 25, 2017 7:15 PM

Neil Serdinsky
Sarah Shy Relationship

Sarah Shy is my wife's 4th great grandmother.

Elizabeth Jane Tyler is my wife's 3rd great grandmother.

Mary Ida Thompson is my wife's 2nd great grandmother.

Mary Olive "Mamie" Hardin is my wife's 1st great grandmother.

Olive Lonita Davis is my wife's grandmother.

I believe you and my wife share a number of family members.

Hope to hear from you,

Neil Serdinsky

Added by Neil Serdinsky on Apr 24, 2017 6:31 PM

Steve Carswell
Hi again Carol,

My son just moved to Kennesaw. We visited this weekend and I stopped by Claude and Grace's once house and tried to find their graves. Did not find them but this got me back online. The L is missing out of Alphonso in the middle name in the above memorial. I have added a photo of the marker for proof. I would like to add my mother and all her brothers and sisters and can provide that to you as a screen shot or if you want to transfer to me, I will take care of it.
Thanks so much for all your help in the past and with this.
Steve F. Carswell,

Added by Steve Carswell on Apr 24, 2017 5:38 PM

You have Stephen LeSueur married second Estelle who is maiden name Spillers but she was his third wife not the second and Steve (my children call him PAPA) is buried in outside of Orlando, FL. I can let you know which cemetery since my husband and I bought the lots is - my husband was Jerry Horton son of Estelle Spillers. my email is


Added by Jackie on Apr 23, 2017 8:19 PM

Bev Key
Charles C Bailey
Thanks for your work in Find A Grave and your reply regarding the source of photo for this ancestor. I'm certain that you are like me, in that sourcing is of upmost importance in genealogy. I have never found this photo in anyone else's online files... that's why I think it's important to locate the originator of CCB's photo. I understand that you have submitted thousands of memorials to Find A Grave and how difficult it must be to document every source... because he is my 4th great grandfather, I don't want to claim the picture as that of CCB unless I have a source. I hope your understand my feelings... thanks!

Added by Bev Key on Apr 23, 2017 2:04 PM

Annette Truesdell
Winnie Hunt
On your Find A Grave page you have posted the following:
Winnie (Hunt) Parker was descended from the "Creek Indian Nation (Creek Indian Number, #11413)."

What is the source of this info and where can it be found?

Annette Truesdell

Added by Annette Truesdell on Apr 22, 2017 10:39 PM

Bev Key
Charles C Bailey
Hi Carol, thanks for your endeavors in Charles Cabiness Bailey, 94673720, is my 4th great grandfather. Please share your source for the photo of him posted on his Find A Grave memorial. I look forward to hearing from you. Bev Key

Added by Bev Key on Apr 21, 2017 10:24 AM

Lesley Bryant-Peace
Bryant Family Information
Hello, my name is Lesley Bryant-Peace and I am searching from Bryant Family Information beyond James Bryant, I, born 1675 in France and died in Powhatan County, VA in 1755.

If you would share, I would really appreciate it!

Thank you.

Added by Lesley Bryant-Peace on Apr 19, 2017 2:21 PM

Yvonne Stephens Blair
Judith Hardin Stephens
Hi Georgia Girl,
I am in the process of researching the Stephens line and I am interested in wether you have any sources for the listing of Judith's children? This was the only way I had to tie John U Stephens to being her child. Was there an Obit? I just want to make sure that there is a source to prove she is his mother.
Thank you for you time!
Yvonne Blair

Added by Yvonne Stephens Blair on Apr 17, 2017 3:31 PM

Catherine Carter
RE: Tommie Joseph Hancock
I know...we live in a very small world....I am still trying to find the grave sites of my Great Great Grand parents (Henry T Hancock and Mary "Mollie" Marshall Hancock).

Did she tell you I have whole history book of the Descendant's of Joel Hancock? it was written in 1982 by another relative. My Aunt and mom have added names, plus i've updated some of it with dates and places. I took the time to enter it all on my Ancestry Tree...

i love doing this.

Great to meet you

Added by Catherine Carter on Apr 14, 2017 6:43 AM


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