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Ed Forester (#47186023)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in Johnson's Crook, Rising Fawn, GA. I live about a mile from Miller Cemetery. I am still living on the property where my ancestor's lived in the 1800's.
If anyone finds a mistake in any of my post, please let me know. Ed Forester
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Loree Beacham
RE: Maurice Conner
Thank You,glad to be of help.
Added by Loree Beacham on Jan 06, 2017 2:08 PM
RE: Peter & Mary Beddow
I did edit it last night, and that's why I gave you the relevant bio note. You are correct - they died long before the new county of West Midlands was formed and incorporated their home town of Oldbury. Thanks.
Added by KSparkman on Oct 04, 2016 2:27 PM
RE: Peter & Mary Beddow
You didn't check your edits or read many bio notes. Oldbury is indeed an option. It was simply incorporated into the new county of West Midlands in 1966. It is no longer in Worcestershire.
Added by KSparkman on Oct 04, 2016 11:48 AM
Douglas Glenn Rohde
Robert Haley Tatum
Good morning, Ed. Please see Robert Haley Tatum's memorial (#11314282). I just posted the closest thing to his obituary that made it into the public record. I am looking for GPS coordinates (which can be obtained by finding the location on Google Maps, right-clicking the mouse on the specific location, selecting "what's here" from the menu, and finally copying the coordinates that come up) for the exact spot mentioned in the obituary. Would you please be able to help me with this, when convenient? Your knowledge of the area is vast and your support is hugely appreciated.
Added by Douglas Glenn Rohde on Sep 13, 2016 7:12 AM
Douglas Glenn Rohde
RE: Location Question
Thanks, Ed. The old Tatum Home place was at the corner of hwy 11 and Cloverdale Road here in Rising Fawn GA - is it north or south of Cloverdale? Is there anything remaining from those days or is the etch-a-sketch shook?
Added by Douglas Glenn Rohde on Sep 12, 2016 10:09 PM
Douglas Glenn Rohde
Location Question
Hi, Ed. Hope all is well on your end. Do you happen to know precisely where the old Col. Robert Haley Tatum place was? I am trying to find the exact spot on Google Maps and would like to hear your guidance, please.
Added by Douglas Glenn Rohde on Sep 12, 2016 6:15 PM
Wildwood Cemetery marker
Hello, Ed.
I checked the cemetery on Creek road in Wildwood fairly well and could not find the marker for the Wildwood Cemetery School and Church Established 1858. I did see the other marker near the road. Do you remember where you got the picture of the stone marker?
Added by Christine on Jun 30, 2016 2:51 PM
Bobby & Judy Liles
RE: Mary Allison
Thanks Ed, I figured you would of posted it if it were possible. I have been looking at that request for weeks and wondering. Now I know. Thanks again.
Added by Bobby & Judy Liles on May 20, 2016 5:20 PM
Kristi Pardon
Hi, Ed. I would like to talk to you about the Forester-Satterwhite family. My email is Thanks, Kristi
Added by Kristi Pardon on Mar 24, 2016 11:15 PM
Cindy Stephens
Grif Johnson grave photo
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Grif Johnson's grave. I really appreciate this. You were kind to help me. It is important to remember our past and relatives so we can appreciate the struggles they went through, then our days sometimes do not seem so bad. Again, thanks for another piece of family history. Cindy Stephens
Added by Cindy Stephens on Jan 17, 2016 6:27 AM
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