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Re: Coweta Cems going online/Beavers family
Posted by: Adella Holly (ID *****8442) Date: August 22, 2004 at 09:30:08
In Reply to: Re: Coweta Cems going online by Dianne of 901

Sorry when I wrote that last e-mail I had not read this yet. I would love a photo of Jessie E and John W. Beavers' tombstones as well. Is a Register/Reggie Beavers not buried there somewhere?? - he would have died probably in the 1970s or 80s. He was older in 1971 when my parents visited him in a house outside of Newnan - a bachelor - it seemed to run in that Register line as two if his uncles never married!! I am soupset my parents took no photos when they went there - do you have any photos of Newnan in the late 1800s? Would like to purchase a photo of the town as it looked then??

The two daughters of Jessie E and John Beavers were Nell and Lucille - I think Jessie was living in Atlanta when the girls were in their teens - have some photos but maybe they stayed in Newnan - would love to know more and maybe connect with the children of the daughters?? Would you want any photos of Jessi and her daughters - I have none of John, though. I have a baby photo of Register Beavers.

I have some one who wrote me about a Beavers family in TN - do you knw where this Beavers line lived before Coweta Co.,GA? I will direct her to the Putnam Co., GA forum to ask more questions if you think there might be a connection??

Thank you so much for your help!!! A Celeste Holly

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