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Linda Manuel (#46848204)
 member for 11 years, 8 months, 1 day
Bill Haseltine
Edits Processed
Thanks for the edits to Martha Dyer's memorial.

Bill Haseltine
Find A Grave # 47181122

Added by Bill Haseltine on Dec 04, 2014 9:58 PM

RE: Turner
Thank you for making the memorials and for the transferring of them to me and "Go Vols."

Added by Searchin on Oct 30, 2014 8:04 PM

W. H. & Sarah Turner
Thank you for making the original memorials and for being generous and transferring them to me. I will take good care of them Your welcome to check back and see what I have done. God Bless.

Added by Searchin on Oct 29, 2014 6:57 PM

Becky Wilson Thissen
RE: Doc Crockett Kincer

Added by Becky Wilson Thissen on Aug 19, 2014 2:46 PM

Becky Wilson Thissen
Doc Crockett Kincer
Could I use your tombstone photo for my family tree?
Becky Wilson Thissen

Added by Becky Wilson Thissen on Aug 17, 2014 1:37 PM

BJ Estes
F.D. McGee Memorial
Linda Thank you so much for Transferring Uncle Dee's memorial to me...I don't know if you are the same person, but I do remember Aunt Myra talking a lot about a person named Linda that she was friends with. I hope if you are, that you approve of the items I have added...if not let me know I will correct it. Thank you again.

BJ Estes

Added by BJ Estes on Jul 09, 2014 7:38 PM

BJ Estes
Transfer of Memorial
Dear Ms. Manuel;
My name is B J Estes and I am the niece of Flavil Dee McGee, Memorial # 30439647 Highland Memorial Cemetery of West Knoxville, TN. I appreciate this memorial very much and added a photo of my Uncle in uniform to it. I have a lot of information I would love to put on the memorial and was wondering if you might transfer management of it to me if you care to. Thanks for any consideration and Thanks so much for doing this Memorial.

Betty J. Estes

Added by BJ Estes on Jul 07, 2014 10:08 AM

Our Whitaker Families
Thank you
Thank you so much for allowing us to maintain the memorial for Levi Lunsford. We also want to thank you for all your time, effort and additions to this site. God bless you.

Added by Our Whitaker Families on Mar 07, 2014 10:54 AM

C. Smith
Henderson D. Blankenship
Linda please check FGR 108889018 / the death year posted and the death year on the stone differ.
Thanks for the great work everyone does.

Added by C. Smith on Dec 12, 2013 8:23 AM

Asa Rufus Sharp
Linda, thank you for photographing his gravestone. It caused quite a stir for me. When I saw your photo, I saw that I had the wrong dates for this Asa Rufus Sharp. So THANK YOU!

Added by Janet on Dec 05, 2013 10:29 AM

David Sharp
RE: Janisch photos
thank you you're more than welcome

Added by David Sharp on Jun 12, 2013 12:39 PM

Teresa Harris
You are welcome.

Added by Teresa Harris on Aug 15, 2012 7:40 PM

Bryan Aldridge
RE: Thompson

Thank you so much for photographing the Thompson's gravestones for me. You mentioned that there were a lot of other Thompson's buried in the cemetery. If you get a chance and are by there again I would love to have a photo of the other Thompson's buried there.


Bryan Aldridge

Added by Bryan Aldridge on Jan 08, 2012 5:20 PM

Dennis Simpson
John Alexander / Lebanon-in-the-Forks
Thank you Linda for creating a page for my ancestor, John Alexander of Washington/Knox County, Tennessee. His daughter, Hannah (Alexander) married William Dewoody who built, and operated the first Inn in the State of Tennessee. The Dewoody Inn (no longer exist) use to stand in Greeneville. Another descendant of John Alexander is former Gov. Lamar Alexander, now US Senator. If you recall in the 1996 election he ran and was defeated by Robert Dole. Bob's wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Dole is also a descendant of the Alexander's.

If you don't mind me imposing upon you. Could I get you to add John's parents. They are Francis Alexander Memorial #15032066 and Jane (Blair) Alexander Memorial #69609191.

Again I wish to thank you for taking the time to photograph all those graves you do for people.


Added by Dennis Simpson on Jan 05, 2012 6:49 PM

Nancee Russell
Thank you for the Photo of James A Baker. Im also looking for a Martha Anne Strader Baker1859-1883 his wife.

Added by Nancee Russell on Nov 10, 2011 7:28 PM

J. Moore
RE: Hill photos
I missed Troy's sex on her death certificate. That is not a common female name, is it? ;-)

Added by J. Moore on Aug 30, 2011 4:28 PM

J. Moore
Hill photos
Thank you very much, Linda!

Added by J. Moore on Aug 30, 2011 4:18 PM

Grannie Rhonda
Thanks so much for the picture of A Paul Shelton.

Added by Grannie Rhonda on Jul 28, 2011 9:38 PM

Cookie Rist Huckaby
Thank You so much for the photo's of the Maloney's in New Gray Cem..
I so much appreciated it..
Keep up the GREAT work
Cookie, MIssouri

Added by Cookie Rist Huckaby on Jul 18, 2011 8:41 AM

James and Gladys Emory and Ed and Anna Mae Hollifield
Dear Linda,

I recently fulfilled photo requests for James A Emory (#8595447) and Gladys L Emory (#8595440). I would greatly appreciate it if you would link them as a married couple. I found their marriage records. They were married on June 10, 1939 in Knox County. His full name is "James Andrew Emory" and her maiden name is "Hollifield." It would be great if you could add this information to their memorials.

I searched a database to see if Gladys is the daughter of Ed Hollifield (#9336016) and Anna Mae Hollifield (#9336017), whose memorials you also manage, and sure enough, she is! So if you could 1)link them to her as her parents, and 2)link Ed and Anna Mae together as a married couple, that would be great as well.

Ed Hollifield's name is "Edward W. Hollifield," and he was a laborer in a nursery of some sort.

All of the people I have mentioned were born in Tennessee. According to the 1930 census, Ed and Anna Mae had three other daughters, Edna M., Edith R., and Dorothy B., and also had a son, John F.

It would be great if you could add this information to these memorials! Thank you so much!

Added by Anonymous on Jul 09, 2011 1:37 PM

Howard A Sutherland
Third Creek
Saw on the news the other night that there was a cleanup underway at Third Creek Church and Cemetery to clear debris from the storms last week. Maybe this will be a spark to get a full cleanup of the cemetery.

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Jun 27, 2011 3:36 PM

Third Creek Cemetery
Hi, Linda. I saw that you claimed the third creek cemetery photos. I just wanted to let you know that there are lots of tombstones at the top of the hill that are covered in brush. There is a dirt path behind them and you can walk that way and see the backs of the stones, some of them are facing that way, too. There are also stones along the side away from the church near a row of houses. I had a hard time seeing those. I had a fun little excursion there, but it was tedious. It was worth it though. Hope you have fun!

Added by Spanky on Jun 14, 2011 2:27 PM

Howard A Sutherland
RE: Glance at Christian Church of Bearden
I believe that I would go with the spelling on the headstone, Hopefully anyone doing a search would know enough to check spelling variations.

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Jun 04, 2011 5:54 PM

Howard A Sutherland
Glance at Christian Church of Bearden
You had posted a photo of Joseph Glance's headstone (#36174803) and it looks like you can use the same photo and add it to his wife Anna's memorial (#36174784)as she shares the headstone. If you don't still have the original photo it can be snagged from Joseph's memorial and copied to Anna's.

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Jun 01, 2011 3:15 PM

Anna C
RE: King at Highland Memorial Cemetery
I did add and thank you once again!


Added by Anna C on Mar 11, 2011 6:17 PM


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