|Harriet W. Berry||Bond/Alsup additions|
Thanks much! I really appreciate your time and patience. --H
Added by Harriet W. Berry on May 20, 2013 12:22 PM
|B Simpson||Henderson/ Eustice|
Thank you for transfering my grand parents to me. Would you also transfer Sam Henderson, Doris Henderson Estep, Debrah Eustice, Dalton Eustice and Lavina Henderson Eustice to me as they are all family of mine. Thank you again.
Added by B Simpson on May 10, 2013 12:25 PM
Sorry I did not read far enough to see that you had Jarrell Road as the location. MHN
Added by MHN on May 07, 2013 4:17 PM
Where in Wilson CO is the Glenn Cemetery located? MHN
Added by MHN on May 07, 2013 4:14 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Brewer Photos|
I have 3 old Brewer photo (all black & white)with names that I can't connect yet. Have I asked you about those. They are James Brewer dated 7 July 1918 he looks like he is 30ish. Anna Brewer, Melaina Kercilles, & Mary Presley all sisters. And two children that say Paul & Ida Brewer. Can't find you email but if you want me to send them to you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on May 07, 2013 1:59 PM
Are you related to the Poole family at Shelton Cemetery?
Added by Kevin Smith on May 05, 2013 6:02 PM
Find A Grave# 46916226
P - 1.931.588.2834
F - 1.866.931.3860
Added by STAFA on May 05, 2013 11:35 AM
|STAFA||McRee's of the Soddy-Daisy, Hamilton, TN area|
You are most welcome. One of the many projects here at STAFA is to link and sponsor the memorial's of the descendants of Jane (Craighead) and William McRee Jr of the Soddy-Daisy, Hamilton, TN, on Find A Grave. Find A Grave website is one of our many tools. When we have confirmed a link (Federal Census; State Census; birth, marriage, death records; Church records; all other records; and walking of cemeteries, near and far, we make the link (if we are the memorial maintainer) or request the maintainer (such as you) to make the link.
Find A Grave# 46916226
P - 1.931.588.2834
F - 1.866.931.3860
Added by STAFA on May 05, 2013 11:33 AM
|Randi||RE: Old Penney cemetery|
I am afraid so. They are in the Penny cemetery which is at a different location.
Added by Randi on May 01, 2013 8:22 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Thanks|
Appreciate all the help anyway!! Lexie
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on May 01, 2013 8:08 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Parham Cemetery/Webb|
Have another question. You added Dauca Webb born & died 1902 to the Parham Cemetery. I have connected all the Webbs but I can't figure out who this one belongs to. Can you tell me or do you know?
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on May 01, 2013 4:54 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Matthews/Kerley|
Vicki, I have a Melinda "Lynn" Parham who supposedly married Obediah Matthews and the dates for him are the same ones listed in Kerley Cemetery. However his gravestone lists a different wife. Also Obediah & Melinda had one child Mary Elizabeth Matthews who married Charles Caruthers also both buried in Kerley Cemetery. I can not find Melinda anywhere and was thinking that maybe she died at childbirth or shortly thereafter. Was wondering if you have any other information on her? She is the daughter of Isaac & Stacy Taylor Parham buried in Parham Cemetery.
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on May 01, 2013 8:25 AM
|Connie Brewer McNease||RE: Are we cousins?|
Wow! How wonderful! I don't know much about my father's side of the family. I did visit his grave once on my way to Cincinnati to visit family. We hope to make that trip again this summer. I live in South, Ga. Nice to learn about my dad's side of family.
Added by Connie Brewer McNease on Apr 30, 2013 12:22 PM
|Jim Foxworth||RE: Pikeville Cemetery - Barber|
Thank you, I'd very much appreciate that. If while you're there you stumble across Edward Barber's wife Georgina (Kennedy) Barber (b. 1837), that would be really helpful to me, because I don't know when she died.
I notice one of the families you're researching is Seals. Sarah B. Barber is a daughter of James Seals, whom you located at Seals Cemetery in Bledsoe County. Sarah married Edward and Georgina's son William A. Barber (1858-1935), and it's possible he's there too. If you're part of the Seals line then we might be distantly related. James Seals is my great-great-grandfather, through Sarah.
Added by Jim Foxworth on Apr 28, 2013 6:34 AM
|Jim Foxworth||Pikeville Cemetery - Barber|
I see you've added memorials for E. H. Barber (1819-1906) and Sarah B. Barber (1853-1926) in the Pikeville City Cemetery. Edward Hall Barber is my great-great-grandfather, and his daughter-in-law Sarah Barber is my great-grandmother. I wonder if you took photos of their headstones, and if so would you be kind enough to post them. I'm trying to determine if Edward Barber's wife Georgina Barber is buried with him, as I haven't been able to locate her anywhere else. I also have a photo of Edward and Georgina Barber and a brief story of how they met that might be worth contributing.
James Barber Foxworth
Added by Jim Foxworth on Apr 27, 2013 6:49 PM
|Harriet W. Berry||RE: Jordan Cemetery|
You're welcome, Vicki. Thanks for adding them, and for taking such good care of them. Greatly appreciated! --Harriet
Added by Harriet W. Berry on Apr 27, 2013 2:27 PM
|Connie Brewer McNease||Are we cousins?|
I am Connie Brewer McNease, my daddy was Walter Emerson Brewer of Cincinnati Ohio, but born in Tennessee.
Added by Connie Brewer McNease on Apr 26, 2013 8:53 PM
|Nancy Taylor||Lucille T. Goggans|
You created the memorial for Lucille T. Goggans (memorial #92413895). She was my grandmother's sister. Would you mind linking Lucille's memorial to her parents, Joseph Randall Taylor (memorial #48329233) and Laura Belle Jeffords Taylor (memorial #48329250). Thank you so much!
Added by Nancy Taylor on Apr 17, 2013 7:35 PM
|Michelle D. Lowe||transfer|
Vicki, Thank you very much for the transfer of Ray and Hilda Lowe's memorials!
Michelle D. Lowe
Added by Michelle D. Lowe on Apr 17, 2013 12:30 PM
|Dona McPhillips||Henry Brown transfer|
Vicki, Thank you so much for the transfer. I hope to work on it later today. It is so exciting to get family found, linked and tell their stories. Thanks for having helped this happen. Dona
Added by Dona McPhillips on Apr 14, 2013 4:40 PM
|Michelle D. Lowe||Transferring memorials|
Would you mind transferring memorials for Ray Lowe # 105328877 and Hilda Lowe # 105328836 to me? They are my husband's aunt and uncle.
Thank you in advance!
Michelle D. Lowe
Added by Michelle D. Lowe on Apr 14, 2013 2:32 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Dyer/Iron Hill|
Thanks for checking! Just made sense to me that he might be there as well. Lexie
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on Apr 13, 2013 9:24 AM
|Randi||Old Penney cemetery|
I have been doing some history on the Penney family for my geneology. I noticed that most of these entries are also found with pictures in the "Penney" cemetery.
I recently visited the Old Penney cemetery and was not able to find any identifiable information on any of the stones. It is nestled in between the houses in a subdivision. I had to walk through the back yard to get to the very overgrown and unkempt cemetery.
The Penney cemetery is alongside a private home, but it is mowed and there are identifiable stones.
Added by Randi on Apr 06, 2013 3:22 PM
|Kaye Nelson||Permission to use photo|
You have posted a photo of the Hale family on memorial 18703079. Livacey (Vicy) Kirby Hale was my great grand Aunt. I was wondering if I could use your photo for my family tree. This was the first photo I have ever seen of her and her family. Thank you.
Added by Kaye Nelson on Mar 28, 2013 10:36 PM
|Alexina Van Pelt||Orme/Ormes in Parham|
I'm sorry for all the confusion about the spelling but after looking at this all day I have finally figured it all out. Here goes:
All the Ormes in Parham Cemetery are descendents of William Tyler Ormes & Martha Ann Parham Ormes. They had seven children
Mary Tennessee m. Lloyd W Webb
Nicholas S m. Sarah O. Worthington
Thomas Allen - below
Drusilla Elizabeth m. James Riley Wyatt
One of their sons, Thomas Allen Orme dropped the "s" from the end of his name. Thomas's descendents are the ones that do not have the "s" at the end of their name.
The ones buried in Parham Cemetery are:
Thomas Allen Orme (1858-1948) his wife Eva Miller Orme (1863-1940)
James M Orme (1885-1885)
Fred Hobert Orme (1900-1981) his wife Bessie Jane Burgess Orme (1905-1981); their sons Floyd Franklin Orme (1922-1972) & Thomas N Orme (1926-1986)
Floyd Estell Orme (1901-1920)
All other Ormes in the cemetery spell the last name with the "s".
Added by Alexina Van Pelt on Mar 19, 2013 3:48 PM