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    1. Re: [GA-VETERANS] Washington Wayne Waters -- Confederate States of America
    2. In a message dated 1/17/2007 1:41:15 PM Pacific Standard Time, [email protected] writes: We will be having a CSA marker dedication ceremony on January 20th at noon at the Bagley Cemetery in Northwest Ware County, GA. The Sons of Confederate Veterans commanded by Tom Lavender out of Waynesville, GA will be there to honor Washington Wayne Waters b 1844 for his service during the War Between the States. There will be light refreshments after the service, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Washington Wayne Waters, also called "Major" is the patriarch of many folks in the South Georgia - North Florida area. Feel free to e-mail me personally if you need directions to the cemetery. I hope to see you there!! Sherry Harrell [email protected]_ (mailto:[email protected]) ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message Wish I didn't live so far away Sandel

    01/17/2007 10:58:35
    1. Re: [GA-VETERANS] [GAWARE] Washington Wayne Waters -- Confederate States of America
    2. Eleanor Richardson
    3. Sherry, Thank you so much for letting us know about this....I will surely try to go. Love, Eleanor On 1/14/07, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote: > > We will be having a CSA marker dedication ceremony on January 20th at noon > at the Bagley Cemetery in Northwest Ware County, GA. The Sons > of Confederate > Veterans commanded by Tom Lavender out of Waynesville, GA will be there > to > honor Washington Wayne Waters b 1844 for his service during the > War Between > the States. > There will be light refreshments after the service, and everyone is > cordially invited to attend. > Washington Wayne Waters, also called "Major" is the patriarch of > many folks > in the South Georgia - North Florida area. > Feel free to e-mail me personally if you need directions to the cemetery. > I hope to see you there!! > Sherry Harrell > [email protected]_ (mailto:[email protected]aol.com) > --------------------------------------- > List Adminstrator > Kati Smith > [email protected] > Ware County, Georgia GenWeb Page > http://www.rootsweb.com/~gaware/index.html > > Browse the GAWARE mail list archives > http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/GAWARE/ > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >

    01/14/2007 07:53:42
    1. [GA-VETERANS] Washington Wayne Waters -- Confederate States of America
    2. We will be having a CSA marker dedication ceremony on January 20th at noon at the Bagley Cemetery in Northwest Ware County, GA. The Sons of Confederate Veterans commanded by Tom Lavender out of Waynesville, GA will be there to honor Washington Wayne Waters b 1844 for his service during the War Between the States. There will be light refreshments after the service, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Washington Wayne Waters, also called "Major" is the patriarch of many folks in the South Georgia - North Florida area. Feel free to e-mail me personally if you need directions to the cemetery. I hope to see you there!! Sherry Harrell [email protected]_ (mailto:[email protected])

    01/14/2007 06:54:31
    1. [GA-VETERANS] Thomas Ray/Rhea
    2. I am looking for information on my Ancestor Thomas Ray/Rhea who may have been in the Revolutionary War from Georgia. He later moved to Warren County, TN. Thank you, Ruby

    10/17/2006 07:55:04
    1. [GA-VETERANS] William W. HARDWICK
    2. Le Bateman
    3. William W. HARDWICK served in the American Revolution from South Carolina. He came to Georgia in 1827 to claim land he was awarded in the Land Lottery of 1827. How can I find the names of his children. He had a son named Zachariah and that is all I know, accept his wife was Mary Jane FILES. Also looking for the family of either Henry GAY or Josiah GAY. Especially that one that has a son named John. It is also possible that John's father may have been Nathaniel Franklin GAY. His eldest son's name was Nathaniel Franklin GAY. Anyway Henry GAY served in the American Revolution. I would like a list of his children please. Le

    10/10/2006 08:04:57
    1. [GA-VETERANS] (From the LIST ADMIN) New List Software
    2. Admin SAO
    3. Dear Listers, Rootsweb has migrated our list to a new list management software system. You may notice nothing, or some small differences. You probably got an email from [email protected] explaining what was happening, unless it landed in your SPAM folder. If you didn't get the email, here is a list of the changes you might notice: 1. Digest subscribers will notice a small difference in the layout, volume and issue numbers of the list digests. If your digests arrive in a different format than you are used to and you would like it changed, contact me privately at the list admin address, which stays the same: [email protected] Also, if you run into any unusual or confusing occurrences with mail from this list that could possibly be related to the changeover, let me know at the admin address. 2. The "-L" is being dropped from the official list name. This means the email address that your mailing list emails come FROM will be slightly different- [email protected] instead of the current [email protected] ** You may have to adjust your spam filters or put the new address on your "accept" list to prevent it from being caught in your "junk" folder. ** If you use email headers to filter list mail to a special folder in your email program, check whether your filters will need tweaking under the new system. 3. If you previously subscribed to the list in both (L)ist and (D)igest modes using the same email address, you will find that you are no longer subscribed in Digest mode. The new software doesn't permit the same address to be subscribed in both L and D modes. Therefore, if you wish to receive both modes, you will need to subscribe to the digests using a different email address. If you need a free email address; Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail will work well. This sounds like a big change, but it doesn't have to change the way you use the list. Here's why: - You will still be able to send messages to the list using the [email protected] email address you use today. Additionally, you can choose to drop the "-L" and send your messages to the new address [email protected] Both addresses will work after the list has been migrated. - You will still be able to subscribe and unsubscribe to the mail or digest mode by sending your request to [email protected] or [email protected] as you do today. You will unsubscribe from the mail or digest mode by sending your "unsubscribe" message to [email protected] . Be sure to use the UNSUBSCRIBE command in BOTH the subject line, AND the body of the message. Please continue to send your queries, data, and responses to the list as usual. It is a great time to post a new query to try to break down those brick walls. Eventually we will all be very happy that this move was made, difficult as it is for the staff and list administrators right now. It's like moving from an old house with a leaky roof and bad plumbing into a new modern place -- very cool, but the move is still difficult! Good luck in your quests, Scott Orlowski, volunteer list administrator RootsWeb's GA-VETERANS Mailing List [email protected]

    08/29/2006 03:40:52
    1. Civil War Mitcham's
    2. TRMitcham
    3. I am trying to find out of William C. Mitcham who married Susan Clememtine Hammett was in the Civil War and later moved to Louisiana? rose

    05/14/2006 03:14:48
    1. about the De Laperriere family from Clark County
    2. bernard.huguenin
    3. Hello, I am Hugber from France. I am keen interested in the genealogical history of the Delaperriere family in Georgia. The first of this family, from french origin, was Ange de La Perrière who married a french aristocrat, Rosalie Denis de Keredern de Trobriand, in 1793 (circa), and emigrated to the USA. He died in 1797, during his service in the Georgia Militia I think. He and his wife Rosalie had two sons Adrian (°~ 1796) and Ange Antoine(°May 1797 +Novembre 1884). Ange Antoine served in the Georgia Militia during the First and Second Indian Wars (1816 & 1836). From his marriage with Mary Thurmond, five girls and four sons were born beetween 1830 and 1850. [what about the services of these men during the indian wars?] After the death of her husband, Ange, in 1797, Rosalie de Trobriand married Ange Michel Gauvain, from french origin but a US ctizen. He was merchant in Paris (France) and private Secretary of the President James Monroe. I don't know if this service was in France during the stay of Monroe in Paris as a US ambassador, or in Georgia after his election as a governor. They had two chidren, a son, William, dead during an indian attack, and a girl, Marie Antoinette Claudine, °1804 and + 1829 who married Robert Raymond Harden from which she had five children. They all lived in Athens or Watkinsville in Georgia. That is all I know from this family which is a relative to my wife. If anybody has details on the lif of the different members of the two families : de La Perrière and Gauvain, and on their descendants, till our days, I would be very happy to hear from and, so, to complete my genealogical tree and my knowledge of this american branch of my family. Witn many thanks Bernard Huguenin

    02/12/2006 02:08:34
    1. Oakland Cemetery Burials (Atlanta, Fulton County)
    2. Oakland Cemetery Burials
    3. Hello list, I wanted to let you know that I have launched a new website for Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. The purpose of the site is to provide a searchable index to grave photographs and a transcription of records for all known burials in the cemetery from its founding in 1850 to today. Currently, the website includes a database of photographs for more than 2,000 marked graves in the Confederate section of the cemetery. In this section, there are men from all the Southern states who died in hospitals in and around Atlanta from 1862 to 1864. Just click on the "Civil War Burials" link. Over time, the site contents will expand to over 40,000 photographs and more than 70,000 burial records. Oakland Cemetery Burials: www.oaklandcemeteryburials.com Comments, suggestions, and questions are encouraged. Paul K. Graham Oakland Cemetery Burials

    01/03/2006 08:56:35
    1. Free Access to WWI Draft Registratio nCards
    2. Eileen
    3. From another list - Eileen Hello All, Ancestry has completed indexing and digitizing nearly 24 million World War One Draft Registration Cards (1917-1918). To celebrate they are offering free access to this database with registration (your name and email address) from November 12-25, 2005. To take advantage of this offer you must go to the webpage below and click on the WWI Draft Cards link near the top... Online World War One Indexes & Records http://www.militaryindexes.com/worldwarone/ Feel free to share this post with other genealogy mailing lists you are subscribed to. Good luck with your searches. Regards, Joe -- Online Military Indexes & Records http://www.militaryindexes.com/

    11/13/2005 03:20:04
    1. PUCKETT & ROBERTS in Coweta Co.
    2. Diane Ethridge
    3. My gg grandfather was Andrew Jackson PUCKETT who married Frances ROBERTS in Coweta Co. in 1837. He was in the Cherokee War & died during the CW, but I can't find any evidence that he was in the military at the time of his death in 1865. Could anyone help me with finding any info on Andrew Jackson "Jack" PUCKETT in either war? I have had no luck in finding the family of origin of either Andrew or Frances although there were many families by those names in GA at that time. There was a connection with E. AL but at this time, I don't know any further info on that. Thank you for any help and/or suggestions, Diane P. Ethridge Conroe, TX

    09/02/2005 07:00:36
    1. Re: Unsubscribe
    2. Frances Davis
    3. Please unsubscribe me from this mailing list [email protected] ----- Original Message ----- From: <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Friday, August 12, 2005 8:00 AM Subject: GA-VETERANS-D Digest V05 #10

    08/12/2005 05:50:27
    1. Civil War Milledgeville: ,Tales from the Confederate Capital of Georgia
    2. Eileen
    3. Hugh T. Harrington's newest book "Civil War Milledgeville: ,Tales from the Confederate Capital of Georgia" has just been published. Check out the details of this book (and his other new book "Remembering Milledgeville: Historic Tales from Georgia's Antebellum Capital") at http://webpages.charter.net/emcadams/newbooks. Eileen -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.10.5/67 - Release Date: 8/9/2005

    08/11/2005 02:13:58
    1. Some Confederate Pension Records Online
    2. Eileen
    3. The Georgia Archives has started putting Confederate Pension Records online. "These records are from Record Group 058-01-001, Confederate Pensions and Records, Pension Office, Pension Applications. In addition to the main portion, this series includes Supplements 1 and 2. Because Supplement 2 has never been microfilmed, the supplements are being scanned first. We will then go back and scan the main portion of the series. Please watch for additions to this collection" See http://www.sos.state.ga.us/archives/what_do_we_have/online_records/default.htm Eileen -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.9.7/60 - Release Date: 7/28/2005

    07/29/2005 05:40:03
    1. Hey Ga_veterans ;)
    2. Matthew Barbee
    3. Matthew Barbee has invited you to join hi5. By joining hi5, you will be connected to Matthew and all of Matthew's friends. hi5 is the place where friends meet. You can use hi5 for the following purposes: * Find old friends * Meet new people * Browse photos Join Matthew, meet Matthew's friends, and meet people that share your interests now! Click here: http://www.hi5.com/register/R56YD?inviteId=OWO0ONHRQT30404617g0 This invitation was sent to [email protected] on behalf of Matthew Barbee ([email protected]). If you do not wish to receive invitations from hi5 members, click on the link below: http://www.hi5.com/friend/displayBlockInvite.do?inviteId=OWO0ONHRQT30404617g0

    07/18/2005 12:33:29
    1. Fwd: [TNMAURY-L] 10 Things My Descendants Will Have Wanted Me To Know
    2. Matthew Morgan Barbee
    3. I thought this was funny. Matthew Morgan Barbee Cullman, AL Jane Foley <[email protected]> wrote: From: "Jane Foley" <[email protected]> Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 06:13:55 -0400 To: [email protected] Subject: [TNMAURY-L] 10 Things My Descendants Will Have Wanted Me To Know I thought this might be interesting to share! Jane Foley NC 10 THINGS MY DESCENDANTS WILL HAVE WANTED ME TO KNOW: 10. that future generations would count so heavily on census reporting to be factual 9. that handwritten diaries handed down to stable generation descendants are a godsend to historians, even as 'mundane' things as their daily life activities 8. that when pictures were taken, making sure that they were labeled on the back more than 'Sue's baby dau" 7. that there was the importance of saving letters that contained info about the family they received from others. 6. giving family history including those letters and diaries and pictures to the real caretakers of the family who cared about the family history and family history preservation. 5. the important of continuing the yearly family reunions, even if a few attended 4. the godsend of writing down the migrations of the history that I knew it to be. From where to where, who and why.... 3. the importance of writing down copies of the Bible Records notations and passing it along to many members of the family including connecting ones in whatever way, in case of fire, flood, or stupid direct descendants who would pitch the valuable info. 2. the godsend of writing down their own family history and diagrams the way they knew it to be including who fought in what war, and whether or not the family was cousins with whatever famous person [and perhaps how, if they were!]And while we're at it, making the notations of how the name was spelled. 1. to NEVER NEVER NEVER name a son or dau, the same as in the past if more than 2 times it already appears in the same generation, found in the same county, and state. ==== TNMAURY Mailing List ==== Researching the following Maury County surnames: BINKLEY - BOOKER - CASKEY - CRAIG - CRAWFORD - CREWS - DABBS - DANIELS - DEMASTUS - DIAL - DILLEHAY - DODSON - DOOLEY - DUGGER - HARDISON - JETER - KENNON - LEWIS - MACK - MAYSE - MILES - MITCHELL - MURPHY - OLIVER - PARK - PARRISH - RIEVES - ROOK - WELLS - [email protected] ============================== Search Family and Local Histories for stories about your family and the areas they lived. Over 85 million names added in the last 12 months. Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13966/rd.ashx --------------------------------- Yahoo! Sports Rekindle the Rivalries. Sign up for Fantasy Football

    06/28/2005 01:45:20
    1. 3rd Us Volunteers - Spanish American War
    2. Eileen
    3. I have placed a history of this regiment at http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/military/spanish/3rdvolunteers.txt Hope this will help someone with their ancestors. Eileen -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.322 / Virus Database: 267.2.0 - Release Date: 5/27/2005

    05/30/2005 04:29:27
    1. Confederate Monument Ceremony in Cullman, AL
    2. Matthew Morgan Barbee
    3. Sons of Confederate Veterans Thomas Jefferson Denney Camp #1442 Cullman, AL Confederate Monument Ceremony The Thomas Jefferson Denney Camp #1442 in Cullman, AL will have its annual ceremony at the Confederate Monument at the south end of the Cullman County Courthouse on April 10, 2005 at 2:00 PM. Everybody is welcome to attend, and we would like to have as many people in uniform as possible. If you plan to be in uniform and participate in the ceremony, please be there by 1:30 PM. Any help in this event would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please call Camp Commander Ed Green at (256) 734-4077, or myself, Camp Adjutant Matthew Barbee at (256) 507-2557. We appreciate your support. Sincerely, Matthew Barbee Matthew Barbee Adjutant Thomas Jefferson Denney Camp #1442 Cullman, AL __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com

    04/09/2005 05:34:29
    1. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society Ancestry Swap Meet 2005
    2. Gail Brown
    3. The Northeast Alabama Genealogical will be having their annual Ancestry Swap Meet this year April 23, 2005. It will be in Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama. If you would like to receive an application for it with all the details please send me your name and address. We will be doing our mail-outs this week so I need your name and address quickly. Just email it to me. Gail Brown, President Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society [email protected] http://www.rootsweb.com/~alneags/index.html

    02/14/2005 11:11:09
    1. 1902 Veterans Reunion featuring ages and regiments
    2. Tony Thompson
    3. > This may be of interest to south georgia confederate researchers. Courtesy of Smith C. Banks > and Jim Hall of Statesboro, this article details 200 plus Confederate > Veterans, many of whom were from Tattnall, Bulloch and Bryan Counties. About > 40 5th Georgia Cavalry Veterans were there. It tells each soldier's age in > 1902 and their regiment of service in the war. > http://www.candlersonsofconfederacy.homestead.com/Bulloch-southGaConfederateVeterans1902Reunion.html > Your obedient servant, > Tony Thompson Page can also be opened from: > www.dixieguards.org > >

    02/04/2005 07:52:59