|Dorothy George Taylor (#47062173)|
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I am a true southern gal and live in my hometown of Brunswick, Georgia. I am a wife, mother, grandmother and part time writer.|
I have been working on my family tree for several years and love every minute of it! Like most, I have a few "brick walls", but the info I have found has opened many doors and taught me more about who I am and where I came from. I hope to pass my love of family roots to my grandchildren one day.
Some of the surnames in my fathers line are:
GEORGE, HOUSTON, MANN, MCDONALD, SHEFFIELD, MOATES, DAVIS, DEW, TEMPLE
on my mother's line are:
HENRY, MOODY, HUTCHESON, DELOACH, LOUIS, HALL
Feel free to email me anytime!
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Amanda Roe, Becky, Carol (Hersey)B..., Charles T. Zeig..., Darleen Miller, David Woody, Debi Matlack, Dottie Gilder, James Guest, Jim Bird, John Keeth, Joyce E. (Scott..., Martha Sellers ..., Marvin Hutcheso..., nu2ga, Old Southern Be..., Olivia Williams..., Sandra
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|Debi Matlack||memorial transfer|
|Debi Matlack||RE: Names|
Absoultely I'd love to have their memorials to take care of! Thank you for the corrections. I didn't know Jeanne's and Pete's names were anything but just that until Dad told the Kerosene story about ten years ago.
|Debi Matlack||RE: Green Hutcheson & family pics|
I am not related to Green himself, but to his second wife, Emma Murphy. She was married to Dock Holland Harris, and one of their children, Carrie Bell Harris, was my paternal grandmother. I've always been interested in genealogy, but over the past couple of years and getting involved in Wikitree, have I really gotten into it. Thank you so much for permission to use the pictures! I will start adding them right away!
Debi Moseley Matlack
|Debi Matlack||Green Hutcheson and family|
May I please use your images to enhance my Wikitree profiles. I've just gotten back around to this branch of the family (actually, I tend to jump all over the place!) but I would love to have pictures to go with names. I will of course give you credit as the source and I always provide a link back to the Find A Grave memorial page. I really appreciate any help you can offer.
Debi Moseley Matlack
|island girl||RE: Photo for John Green Hall|
I just sent you an email in regards to Hutcheson! In case it goes to your junk mail!
|Connie Jarvis||RE: TEMPLES Transfer|
From my research, my gg grandparents were Andrew Temples and Bethany Kelly. Both born in 1818 in Early County, GA. My grandmother was Donnie Allen Brownlee - married Claude Brownlee.
|Connie Jarvis||Beulah Temples Springer|
I know I am somehow related but can't remember. I did transfer the memorial to you so you can work on the linking and stuff. My great-grandmother was a Temples (Susie Temples married Joseph Allen).
Just let me know if there are anymore you want to me transfer and I will gladly do that.
|Hubert Knauff, Jr.||ANDERSONs transferred|
All the ANDERSONs in Capel Cemetery that I entered are transferred. Note there are a few more. You can see them all by looking one up, then clicking on the left column cemetery, county, or state name, etc. (depending on how many you wish to see) and the others will appear. Happy hunting...
|Hubert Knauff, Jr.||Ragan|
You're welcome. A couple of miles west of Pleasant Grove Cemetery is Capel Cemetery, and photos were taken of a couple of ANDERSON graves. In that same lot, were 5 more ANDERSON graves, so I took those, too, and added them to this site. I did notice a conflict on one grave's information, as its cover stone differs slightly from its headstone, and if its the wife of the one buried next to her, there MIGHT be an error in their initials. Maybe... If you want them I'll be glad to transfer them (I thought I read you were collecting ANDERSONs somewhere).
|John Keeth||Sadie and Gernia Springer (cont)|
Sorry, I hit the wrong key and sent the message sooner than I meant to.
I will send you the plot information later this week when I have a chance to go to the cemetery and look it up. I usually like to put that information in before I transfer a memorial.
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