|Marti Cook||Hi again|
I should have mentioned that my Dad is Martin Dale Cook.
|Marti Cook||Hi Ron|
I am Marti Cook Smallwood, Dad's oldest, and we have spoken on the phone, although it was years ago.
I put an edit on Dad's info.
Dad was born June 28, 1917 and died May 30, 1980 - the traditional old Memorial Day. The edit I made was his birth month to reflect that it was June and not May.
Hope all is well with you and yours. You can email me if you wish @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Amby & Jerry||Elizabeth Goggins Ayers|
I wanted to let you know that I found the correct location of Elizabeth's husband Martin Ayers burial site today. # 10044511
I have written to Find A Grave to merge the two memorials together so no info and links would be lost.
|Margie ||Worthy Family in GA.|
I noted that you said you were kin the web pages you manage. cool. So you are kin to me.
William Harrison Worthy
Mary Francis "Polly" (Respass)Worthy
I have my family tree going back to England to 1360. Now I am trying to find the graves of everyone. I am trying to find William and Mary son John H. Worthy grave. He was born in 1817 in Putnam, GA. and Mary Margaret Jones on Oct. 10,1838 in Fayette, GA. he was found on the Haralson Co. census in 1860. (I live in Haralson Co. GA.) John H. Worthy passed in 1896 at the age of 79 but I can't find a grave site. Do you know?
Margie (Worthy) Finley
Added by Margie on Nov 01, 2014 11:22 AM
|Scott Bentley||Bentley family|
I live near Mars Hill Cemetery in clebubure county Ala and
John I Bentley is my great granddad ! I am trying to determine where both he and my grandmother's family moved to the area FROM ??? I noticed you added photos and asking if we are related and if you have any helpful information ?
Thank you !!
|Sabrina||RE: Headstone Photo Request|
Thank you for trying to get photos of these graves at Bethlehem Church. I do appreciate your time and effort. :-)
Added by Sabrina on Apr 09, 2013 11:24 PM
|Davis E. McCollum||Definition|
The ordinals in the terms "first cousins", "second cousins", "third cousins", describe the "degree" of the cousin relationship. The degree of two cousins' relationship is determined by the number of generations to their closest common ancestor. When the cousins are not the same generation, they are described as "removed". The smaller number of generations to the common ancestor is used to determine the degree, and the difference in generations determines the number of times removed.
|Davis E. McCollum||RE: F. N. Dobbs, Cousin 7 times removed|
"Removed" means generations... i.e. my Grandads brothers son was my 1st cousin 2x removed.
|Davis E. McCollum||Wow...F.N. Dobbs.. Thanks Ron!|
Finally after 5 years I have his grave. My 1st cousin 7x removed. Thanks so kindly for your time and effort. Have a great Holiday weekend.!
|Maria Gilliland (Headstone Hunter)||o. Bruce|
Added the parents per your suggestion. Please verify they are the right people since only the numbers were given. I edited from my phone so I hope I got it right.
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