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Southern Graves: John Sherrod Thomas, Veteran of War of Died at Age 102 in 1881 Hancock County, Rocky Creek, James Thomas, War Of 1812, Yellow Fever, Episcopal Church, Troops, Cemetery, Old Things

John Sherrod Thomas, Veteran of War of 1812, Died at Age 102 in 1881

John S. Thomas died 9 January 1881 and was buried at Memory Hill Cemetery in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A death notice was publ...

Southern Graves: An Additional Sorrow: Death of Mrs. Last Friday Night, Four Sisters, Bereavement, Happy Anniversary, Southern, Rest, Happy Aniversary

An Additional Sorrow: Death of Mrs. Sarah Margaret Baskin Holmes Clark (1836-1892)

Born in 1836. Baptized in 1846. Married first in 1855. Birthed a daughter in 1858. Widowed in 1863. Married another in 1867. Buried da...

Southern Graves: Stetson and Sanford Families in Lot 22 at Memory Hill Cemetery, Part I Miss Elizabeth, Elizabeth City, Temperance Movement, Two Brothers, Two Daughters, Family Memories, Her Brother, Portsmouth, Call Her

Stetson and Sanford Families in Lot 22 at Memory Hill Cemetery, Part I

On the image below, I have labeled gravestones for eleven members of the Stetson and Sanford families. This family plot (no. 22) is located ...

Southern Graves: Vertitia Massey was an Earnest, Active, Wise Christian Worker Newspaper Obituaries, Women In China, Son Of God, Cool Words, Southern, Rest, Christian, Christians

Vertitia Massey was an Earnest, Active, Wise Christian Worker

Today's obituary comes with a bit of a tip. Don't think your search will surely be fruitless if you scour newspapers for an obituary well af...

Samuel Walker was born in Putnam County, Georgia on 4 September Nine days after his birthday, Samuel had a "stroke of apoplexy," . Heartfelt Condolences, Hancock County, Putnam County, Garden Sculpture, Southern, Rest

Distressing Fatalities in the Family of Samuel Walker

Samuel Walker was born in Putnam County, Georgia on 4 September 1835. Nine days after his 61st birthday, Samuel had a "stroke of apoplexy," ...

 Edwards was laid to rest in Memory Hill Cemetery at Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. Jack Edwards, George Edwards, The Siege, John Martin, Knights Templar, Southern, Rest, Knights Of Templar

Death of Capt. John Martin Edwards (1906)

Capt. Edwards was laid to rest in Memory Hill Cemetery at Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. His wife, at least two children, and at le...

Southern Graves: Love Could Not Save May Hiles Knowles Elizabeth May, Two Daughters, Three Kids, Christian Women, Myrtle, Cemetery, Rome, Garden Sculpture, Two By Two

Love Could Not Save May Hiles Knowles

Maggie May Hiles and husband William Addison Knowles rest in Myrtle Hill Cemetery at Rome, Floyd County, Georgia. An obituary for May follow...

Southern Graves: Sarah A. Dick Lived to a Good Old Age Oakland Cemetery, Henry Jackson, Old Age, Good Old, Will Smith, Southern, Rest, Live

Sarah A. Dick Lived to a Good Old Age

Sarah A. Peck (1820-1892) married Henry Jackson Dick (1814-1866) about 1837 in Tennessee. The couple had at least ten children, and two of t...

Southern Graves: Susan Margaret Dawsey Love's Symbol of a Good Sama... Royal Arch Masons, Lot's Wife, Fort Valley, Live Or Die, Eastern Star, Letter G, Love Symbols, Lily Of The Valley, Southern

Susan Margaret Dawsey Love's Symbol of a Good Samaritan

Susan M. Dawsey, Spinster , married Henry Love 11 November 1847 -- about five weeks before her eighteenth birthday -- in Chatham County, Geo...

Southern Graves: Little Lollie Love and Her Daddy Olin 22 Month Old, Fort Valley, American War, Savannah Chat, Daddy, Southern, Love, Amor, El Amor

Little Lollie Love and Her Daddy Olin

Lollie, Mary, and Olin Love are buried in Oaklawn Cemetery at Fort Valley, Peach County, Georgia. Olin was a son of Dr. Henry Troup Love (18...

James A. Everett: Houston County's First White Settler and the Father of Fort Valley White Settlers, Fort Valley, Fountain, Houston, Southern, Father, Tower, Building, Outdoor Decor

James A. Everett: Houston County's First White Settler and the Father of Fort Valley

Southern Graves: Henderson Walker and Lula Watson English at Magnol. Three Daughters, Cemetery, Magnolia, Southern, English, Park, English Language, Parks

Henderson Walker and Lula Watson English at Magnolia Park Cemetery

Henderson Walker "Henry" English, born 13 May 1860, was a son of Irvin and Joanna Howell English. Henry was married first to Eva Brantley in...

Southern Graves: Stetson and Sanford Families, Part II: Daniel Benjamin Sanford George Washington, The Twenties, Families, Old Things, Southern, Households

Stetson and Sanford Families, Part II: Daniel Benjamin Sanford (1839-1912)

Continuing on with a profile of members of the Stetson and Sanford families buried in Memory Hill Cemetery at Milledgeville, Georgia -- Dani...

 John M. Brown was a Warm Hearted Southern Man Southern Men, Cemetery, Statue Of Liberty, Warm, Brown, Liberty Statue, Browning, Brow

Col. John M. Brown was a Warm Hearted Southern Man

On the day Col. John M. Brown died -- 26 July 1864 -- the following was published in Milledgeville, Georgia's Confederate Union : WOUNDED. ...

Southern Graves: Annie Ennis Tyler from Sickness, to Death, to in Memoriam Married Life Up, Cemetery Records, Future Career, The Locals, Annie, Sick, Southern, Death

Annie Ennis Tyler (1861-1887): from Sickness, to Death, to in Memoriam

Annie was born 9 September 1861 in Georgia to William R. and Harriett Ennis. She married William R. Tyler in Baldwin County, GA on 1 June 18...

Southern Graves: John Callaway Family at Memory Hill Cemetery Will Smith, Cemetery, Southern, Memories, Souvenirs, Remember This

John Callaway Family at Memory Hill Cemetery

Our old citizens are passing away! So said the death notice for John Callaway printed in the Milledgeville, Georgia Union & Recorder . He ...

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