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Subject: [GAGWINNE] Gone and Almost Forgotten Georgia
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:31:26 EDT
Here is my daughter's web page "Gone and almost forgotten Georgia." She
is branching out to surrounding Counties. If you know of any history or
is interesting about your County or any County in Georgia she will post the
story and pictures or she and I will try our best to go to that County and take
That is how we ended up in Jonesboro. She has posted some beautiful pictures
of Jonesboro and the Cemetery, you might want to see. Jan started out with
Muscogee County and has gone into Harris, Troup, Talbot, Cowetta, and others,
along with going across the river into Phenix City, Al, Russell and Lee
She has pictures and stories of things that have gone and almost forgotten.
She brings back a lot of memories for people who are researching their past.
No matter how small the story, it may be just what someone is looking for.
Less that several months, she has received over six thousand visitors. She
love to cover as many counties in Georgia as possible.
My hearts desire was to find a picture of an "Out House". to show my
was a Out House looked like. I found the most beautiful Out House sitting in
the back yard of the Stately Oak Home. You wouldn't think of a Out House
as being beautiful, check out Jan's site. I am sending her today a copy of
the beautiful Out House in the beautiful surroundings of the Home in
She investigates, Civil War, Old Homes, Churches, Railroad Stations, Murders,
hangings, old signs, Cemeteries and many other stories.
If you can think of anything that is all most forgotten like my beautiful
Jan will be glad to come to your house and take a picture of your story.
Let Jan know how you feel about her site and if you have anything to share.
Her email address is on the Web Site. I hope you all will enjoy the site as
much as I have
reliving my past in all that Jan has brought back alive in pictures.
Jan has heard from all over the United States from people who lived or has
ancestors in Georgia. They too, have added to her site.
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