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|Linda & Joe Richards (#47486036)|
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|I have been working on my family genealogy only since the spring of 2010. I wish I had started decades ago when I would have been able to gain first-hand information from my parents and grandparents. Now I only have bits and pieces of first-hand information to build on. I have discovered more than I ever thought possible.|
I am working on my New York paternal side: Wightwick, Collins, Thornton, Dolan, Sweeney, O'Mahoney.
Also my Mississippi maternal side: Barlow, McWilliams, Thompson, Shepherd, O'Neal, Guynes, Quin, Green, Perryman, Beeson/Beason, Dalrymple and BEYOND. Based on mitochondrial DNA, I have been able to add Diamond, Jones, and possibly Smith to my direct female line.
My husband, Joe, is now interested in finding his ancestors, since I have done a lot of research on his side of the family. That side starts with Richards & Ward in Alabama. It includes: West, Ray, Guy, Hart, Daniels, Parker, Jones, Stuart (or Stewart) and others to be discovered.
Joe will now share this site with me, so that we can work together. I have found Houston County in Alabama to be a treasure chest of information. Other researchers there are the most helpful and are probably related, too.
We also enjoy visiting other cemeteries to take pictures and help others with their family search. We live in Douglas County, GA, so if anyone needs assistance nearby, just contact us.
WE HAVE ADDED MEMORIALS THAT ARE NOT RELATED TO US. We visit cemeteries to take volunteer photos and sometimes add other photos and memorials. We do this especially for family names that we are related to. If you find a memorial that is a direct ancestor or a close family member, you may request a transfer to you. We will do this if you make the request through the edit function, suggest a correction, give your contributor #, and tell us how you are related. We will transfer the memorial if we are not also related. We have taken a lot of photos over the last year and a half that we have not yet added. It is time consuming, but we will add more memorials and photos as time permits.
PLEASE NOTE: The McWilliams Family in Clifton Methodist Churchyard in Panthersville, GA. and family members linked to them have NO KNOWN RELATIONSHIP WITH US. Their son, George W. McWilliams IS NOT the George W. McWilliams whom Linda is descended from.
PHOTOS WE TAKE MAY BE USED FOR FAMILY OR GENEALOGY PURPOSES ONLY (NO COMMERCIAL USE.) WE WOULD APPRECIATE JUST SHOWING ON THE PHOTO "COURTESY OF LINDA & JOE RICHARDS." As other photo volunteers know, finding these cemeteries and the graves in them is time-consuming and hard work, as well as the process of adding them to findagrave; therefore, just acknowledge that we provided them. Thank you.
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|Heartbroken Daddy's Girl||RE: Your edit request for Doris Fite|
Rosehaven Funeral Home - Douglasville
|Jennifer Eckman||RE: Noah Thompson's parents burial locations|
|Jennifer Eckman||Noah Thompson's parents burial locations|
Do you know from which source the information came that listed Noah Thompson's parent's burial location?
Father-Smith Co., MS
Mother-Beeson Cemetery, Lauderdale Co., MS
I am sure there is a book with this information, but I haven't laid my hands on it.
Thank you so much for your help.
|Richard Thompson||Thomas Thompson|
I am the great grandson of Thomas Thompson My grandfather was Milton A Thompson Sr. his son.
My Father was Milton A Thompson Jr.
My name is Richard L. Thompson I have all of the family paperwork. I would like to establish contact with my family if any are still alive. if you would like to get in touch with me here is my email address:
|John M. Scroggins||RE: John Diamond Tombstone|
The photo we've been discussing, and that I put on John's page, is at the front of the cemetery. He apparently has another, individual, stone in the cemetery. I'll add that to his page. There are also pictures for a Samuel, Nancy, and Robert Diamond, one or more Watsons, and several Reddicks, as well a numerous unreadable stones.
|John M. Scroggins||RE: John Diamond Tombstone|
I think my son has additional pictures taken in the Diamond Cemetery on August 28, 2016. He's going to look for them in the next few days (he lives about 55 miles from me). The cemetery was not easily accessible, about a half mile from the end of the nearest road, and was overgrown with a lot of poison ivy. The Robert Diamond, born 1837, buried there was the husband of Margaret Adams, whom I believe (but cannot absolutely prove) to have been my first cousin four times removed.
|John M. Scroggins||RE: Tombstone of John Diamond|
|Penny||RE: Byrds in Mill Creek Cemetery|
Yes, You are more than welcome to use any of my photos. As they are there for all to see, some do not follow the guidelines for giving credit. Thank you
Added by Penny on Jan 14, 2017 7:35 PM
|Faye Nations McCardle||Joseph Howard Barlow #5766720|
I have corrected link to parents
I'm connected to Sally Barlow Nations
|Barbara Kobres Hill||RE: Campbell in Bethlehem Baptist Cemetery|
Yes Martha Elizabeth Lizzie Hammond is my Grandmother I would like to have her transferred as well thanks #48945371
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