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Alfred Jessie "A. J." Tannehill
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Birth: Oct. 29, 1835
Illinois, USA
Death: Mar. 18, 1915
Taney County
Missouri, USA

A. J.'s name is Alfred Jesse Tannehill, Mo. death cert. for A. J. Tanneyhill states date of birth as Oct. 29,1835 and died on March 18, 1915 at 4 am. This cert. states that A.J. Tanneyhill is the son of A. W. Tanneyhill born Va. and Nancy Dalton born unknown.
Information is given by J. D. Tannyhill of Ocie, Mo.

Per the Last Will and Testament of A.J. it list his name as Alfred J.. His Military records, and Pension records list his name as Alfred J. (Jesse).

It also states that He died from Heart Failure, contributored by Arteris Scleross, and that he is buried in the Forsyth Cem. Forsyth, Taney Co. Mo.

Alfred Jesse was first married to Mahala Matilda C. McKenney on June 15, 1859, He then married Mariah Elizabeth Strange between 1871-1880.

At the time of his death He was the husband of Jennie(Irvin)Tannehill, also buried at this cemetery, Irvin was her maiden name, She had also been married to a S. M. Roberts/Robirts, before marrying A. J.

Family links: 
  Mahala Matilda McKinney Wolf (1840 - 1913)
  Mariah Elizabeth Strange Tannehill (1848 - 1914)
  Jennie Irwin Tannehill (1862 - 1918)
  James Dudley Tannehill (1858 - 1942)*
  Mattie Tannehill Herd (1883 - 1904)*
  Jesse Henry Tannehill (1888 - 1981)*
*Calculated relationship
Forsyth Cemetery
Taney County
Missouri, USA
Created by: J & J Wiggins
Record added: May 09, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26719217
Alfred Jessie A. J. Tannehill
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Gr.Gr. Uncle Jessie, thought of you today, was researching your steps, and I know that if you knew the problems we've had keeping up with you, that you'd be setting in the old rocker on the porch, laughing. Will meet you someday, and we'll both have a bi...(Read more)
- Jaynie
 Added: Mar. 7, 2015
Respect to those before us.
- toby and robin
 Added: Oct. 1, 2014
May God Bless.
- M. Wolf
 Added: May. 16, 2014
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