A photo of the grave of L. Logan and Alberta A (Allgary) Welborn Birth: Apr. 16, 1911, Rabun CountyGeorgia, USA Death: Dec. 10, 1995 Georgia, USA Parents:...
A photo of Allie Brown Hewell at Dewy Rose School, 1896. Bowman Elbert County Georgia. USGenWeb Archives usgwarchives.net666 × 555Search by image Dewy...
Culpepper Family Portrait circa 1900 Meriwether Co GA. He was photographed circa 1900 at Lone Oak, Meriwether Co., Georgia, Five generations: George...
Photograph of Cason Jewell Callaway, Virginia Hand Callaway, and Mrs. Fuller E. Callaway, Sr. at a picnic, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia, ca. 1927...
Photograph of Mrs. Elyea and Laura D. Raines, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, 1975 Vanishing Georgia collection, Georgia Archives
Photograph of Alonzo Alexander Arrington, Ellaville, Schley County, Georgia, 188- Vanishing Georgia collection, Georgia Archives
Photograph of the Arrington House, Ellaville, Schley County, Georgia, ca. 1870-1899? Vanishing Georgia collection, Georgia Archives
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Kelly Hall She was nice, easy to get along with, easy going, stayed to herself.
Jun 11, 2015 · posted to the person Carolyn Hall
Kelly Hall Is her maiden name Hall?
Jan 14, 2015 · posted to the photo Viola Bloecker
Kelly Hall Married twice. First marriage, Lena (Welborn) and had 4 children. Divorced apprx 1975-1978 Oldest son, "Chop" Raymond Mark, Misty & 2 other unkown children Lena abandoned them all when Chop was about 6 yrs old. approx 1975 -1978 and were both remarried. Ray last known res. - Alabama
Jan 12, 2015 · posted to the person Ray Arrington
Kelly Hall Birth: Feb. 18, 1862 Rocky Mount Meriwether County Georgia, USA Death: May 11, 1890 Rocky Mount Meriwether County Georgia, USA "Keith, Mrs. Carrie, wife of David D. Keith, died at her home near Rocky Mount last Sunday, the 11th, after a short illness, (Rocky Mount) Vol. 18, No. 25, May 16, 1890. In a Memorial in this later issue: The Daughter of C. P. Miller, Mrs. Keith was married December 1878 and became a member of the Missionary Baptist Church in 1882; her remains, after funeral services at the Baptist church, were interred in the cemetery at Rocky Mount; she is survived by her aged mother, her husband and three sons, three brothers and one sister; Vol. 18, No. 26, May 23, 1890. Family links: Spouse: David Daniel Keith (1856 - 1925) Children: Henry Keith (1881 - 1936)* *Calculated relationship Burial: Rocky Mt Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery Rocky Mount Meriwether County Georgia, USA Created by: Cynthia Crawford Kennedy Record added: Mar 24, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 107217313
Jun 25, 2013 · posted to the person David Daniel Keith
Kelly Hall "Nana" aka Charlotte M. Hall is my grandmother. She worked at Davison's when I was very small. She was a housewife and always kept clean house. She would always have to have her make up on and completely dressed, hair and everything. i can only remember seeing in her robe once or twice. She was hard to get close to or so it seems like for me that is. We would always celebrate on Christmas Eve at Nana & Papas house. After mom (Carolyn Hutchins Hall) and dads (larry K. Hall) divorce it would be my dad & whoever he was dating or was married to at the time, after my mom he married a Debbie & a Debra that is currently married to, my aunt Karen Hall Cowart, Carrie, me, Nick & Chris and their dad Dave Cowart would sometimes come. Nana & Karen would always be in the kitchen cooking us a great dinner and yummy chocolate cake (shed tell me she baked it for me:) and ambrosia. Papa always said the blessing and he'd get choked up, i think it was because he missed his siblings and parents and maybe he'd choke up because we were only really a family and all together on that one day a year after my parents divorced. I'm not sure but we'd all stay strong as if we couldn't hug him or each other for comfort. The adults would all sit in the dining room & Nana for a year or two would sit with us at the kids tale. Most of us, after we ate would all go into the living room but Nana would always be in the kitchen either cleaning. After we all made it into the living room and the 4 grandchildren Carrie and I (Kelly) and Christopher and Nicholas would pass out all of the gifts each year and make a huge mess which we'd all pass around the trash bag to clean up the wrapping paper, Nana was smart, she always had us save the bows. I remember Nana would wrap presents so perfectly and even tape the boxes before she wrapped them, i laugh back now remembering a few comments from Dad about it. I remember one year Nana gave Papa a gold oval shaped picture frame with a picture of his parents and he got a little emotional but held it inside but it's great memory and i knew he cherished that gift. The picture hung on the wall near the back door that went onto the glassed in porch. Nana and Papa both loved to work in their garden. It was beautiful and i do remember a lot about that. She and Papa loved watching baseball they'd both yell at the television as they cheered on the Atlanta Braves. Papa always sat in his recliner reading the Newspaper and doing the crossword puzzle. I loved them both so very much though and will miss them both very much until we meet again. PIP Nana and Papa. Ava remembers and still speaks of both of you both. I'm so glad she got to spend some time with y'all and has great memories that will stay with her.
Mar 30, 2013 · posted to the person Charlotte (Moss) Hall
Kelly Hall Birth: Apr. 15, 1926 Death: Feb. 27, 2013 Monroe Walton County Georgia, USA [Edit Dates] Charlotte M. Hall, age 86, of Monroe, GA passed away February 27, 2013. Arrangements by Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Monroe Today is March 1, 2013 and my Nana, Charlotte M. Hall passed away February 27, 2013. She will be laid to rest tomorrow next to my Papa, where she wanted to be. RIP. i love you Nana & Papa
Mar 30, 2013 · posted to the photo Kelly and Charlotte (Moss) Hall, Georgia
Kelly Hall Buford Thanklin Hall of Snellville, GA died on Feb. 12, 2011 and is buried at Eternal Hills in Snellville, GA in the moseleum. We burried him on Valentines day.
Sep 27, 2011 · posted to the photo Buford Hall Charlotte Moss Hall