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Charles W. Washington: His Body Has Been Through A Lot (and a Bit of Serendipity!)
Charles W. Washington was born about 1802, possibly in Wilkes County, Georgia. I do not know the names of his parents, but I can tell you he had two brothers. Of the three, Charles was "the middle." Robert Beverly Washington was the elder brother, and Jam...
Charles W. Washington was born about 1802, possibly in Wilkes County, Georgia. I do not know the names of his parents, but I can tell you he had two brothers. Of the three, Charles was "the middle." Robert Beverly Washington ...
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© 2008-14 S. LincecumA single weeping willow adorns the top of Marcus Franklin Vinson's tombstone at Liberty United Methodist Church Cemetery in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. He was the son of Benjamin Franklin and Jane Elizab...
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Old photo of mine (2008). Mary Alma Avant was buried at Liberty United Methodist Church Cemetery, known simply as Liberty church, at the time of her death. The "family burying ground" is a plot located behind, or maybe more b...
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No tombstone photo today. I would like to share with you a "this time it's personal" death certificate, instead. I must tell you the information found on this document was of no surprise to me. However, I can only imagine wha...
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Caution! This post is a bit graphic, not to mention of the contentious topic sort.
**Caution: this post may not be for the faint of heart; possible controversial topic ahead.** Alfred Cranford (1871-1899) Photo by Sharon Kadlick via FindAGraveThe funeral of Alfred Cranford was held today. His wife stood by ...
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The Monument to Col. Samuel Hammond
More than 100 years ago, a monument was placed in Augusta, Georgia in memory of Colonel Samuel Hammond. He was a patriot, a soldier, and a statesman who "gave 60 years of public service to the cause of America." It was the hope of Col. Hammond's grandson, ...
A collection of genealogical and historical information pertaining to the state of Georgia and the families which built it, shaped it, and lived it. Specific counties include (but are not limited to) Bibb, Carroll, Dodge, Dooly, Houston, Jones, Macon, Peach, Pulaski, Twiggs, Washington, Wilcox, ...
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Ellen Washington Bellamy: Strong and Faithful
Middle Georgia has an awesome genealogy and history record source in the Washington Memorial Library , located in Macon. It's situated on Washington Avenue, at the site of the old James H. R. Washington home place. The benefactor behind the library was Ja...
Rose Hill Cemetery is located in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. This example of a 19th century rural cemetery park was established in 1840 by Simri Rose. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and, yes, it's where Duane Allman is buried. It is also the final resting place of the 9 ...
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Ella Gertrude Vinson was born 1 October 1875 to Benjamin Franklin and Jane Elizabeth (Cherry) Vinson. A few days after her seventeenth birthday, 4 October 1892, Ella died. So just a few years after burying their son Marcus, t...
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Camp Sumter, more commonly known simply as Andersonville, was one of the largest Confederate military prisons of the Civil War. More than 45,000 Union soldiers were held there, of which about 13,000 perished. Those 13,000 gra...
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Even after researching my family history for many, many years, I'm still saddened when I find out a relative, no matter the distance, died young. In this instance, the young age is 49. Ada Rhodes was born about September 1875...
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© 2013 S. Lincecum SIMPLY TO THY CROSS I CLING SACRED to the Memory of ANN FOSTER THORNTON Wife of JOEL F. THORNTON Born May 11th, 1850 Died Jan'y 9th 1878 © 2013 S. Lincecum It's easy to notice Mrs. Ann Foster Thornton died...
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Amateur historian, avid reader, genealogist, lover of cemeteries, scrapbooker, and stitcher.  Budding photographer, baker, gardener, and DIYer.

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