Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Aurura, Ga

If you ask any native Georgian where was gold discovered in Georgia which led allowing the white man intrude on the Native Americans for the gold rush which led to the trail of tears they will probably tell you Dahlonega.  Then you can hit them over the head and say "WRONG!"  It was Aurura, which once a boom town, now a ghost town. 

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Ken Thomas and Ducks

Ken Thomas has for years had a weekly column in the Atlanta Journal about genealogy; family research.  He gave a lecture at the Smyrna Library..  He talk was directed for beginners.  I went just to see him and maybe learn something, which I did both.

Outside the Smyrna Library is a big pond with ducks.  

Monday, January 14, 2019

2014-04-05 Jot'Em Down Boys

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Perry Parham Day 3-15-2014

The Hood family's house was about between these two trees in Larry Bell Park.  It was the only residential house in the park.  Mr. Hood was the maintenance man of Larry Bell.

Jones House corner of Manget St and East Dixie Ave

I used to play on this little stone house as a kid.  What was it for?  To store dynamite.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Parham.  Clayton is the brother of the late Perry Parham, who the kids baseball park is named after.

This man contacted me to contact Clayton Parham for Perry Parham Dah

Presently Lockheed Credit Union, It may soon be the  Cobb County Police Department

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Mary Bolton Haberhsham, aka Maryann

At Blackwell Homemaker's Club Maryann did her Bolton Habersham (wife of Georgia signer of The Decoration of Independence, James Habersham) show, which she has studied and done many other times.

Right Marlese

Right Beverlky

Beverly and Ruth

Friday, January 11, 2019

2014-04- Marietta Museum of History and Brad Quinlan

Civil War Historian  Brad Quinlin

School Teacher Clara Howell

Will Goodman

Counselperson Betty Hunter

Ms Perk

Judge Jim