Monday, September 13, 2010
Every day is memorial day to a soldier. This project is our way of honoring all of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family members and loved ones of those that gave their lives to fight for our country. May God give you peace in your heart and strength to carry on. They proudly served their country. Now, they proudly serve with angel's wings.
Salute to Our Veterans
Every day should be Veterans day--a special day that every American should take a moment to reflect, and thank those who serve in our armed forces, both past and present? This project is our way of honoring all Veterans who served his or her country for our freedom. Thank you and God Bless!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Friday, June 11, 2010
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Also, if you have a brick wall, query or other information you would like to share please feel free to email me.
Monday, June 7, 2010
On last Sunday night at his home Mr. Charles E. Smith at the age of 67 years, breathed his last after a long illness. He was a man of sterling character and was wholly devoted to his friends and undertakings. He will be long remembered with gratitude by the people of Wilkes he was untiring in his efforts to befriend them. He was the father of all our rural mail routes. To his bereaved family the public extends a heartfelt sympathy.
His remains were interred in our city cemetery Monday afternoon. The following Confederate Veterans acted as pall bearers: C. E. Irvin, R. L. Foreman, John H. Fitzpatrick, H. T. Slaton, A. A. Barnett, and J. M. Fluker.
Published: March 29, 1905
The Gazette Chronicle
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Martha 'Marti' Hale March 22, 2010
Nancy Kelley Gieringer April 26, 1910
Judith E Seale born Wilkes County 12 Sept 1846, married William H Ramsey in Wilkes County on May 1, 1864 when he was Captain in the 11th Georgia Infantry, Company C. Seeking information on Parents of Judith. He was born in Murray County and we are also seeking info on his parents.
This blog will used in order to help keep researchers informed of any new information posted to the Wilkes County, GAGenWeb site. It will also be used to help researchers post their brick walls and queries.
If you have any information you would like to share with others such as family group sheets, stories, photos, books, marriage & death records, or any newspaper clipping such as obituaries, birth announcements, wedding announcements, or other Wilkes county history you would like to share with others then you may post it here or email the County Coordinator .