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Keith Milner (#47327231)
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Peg
Walter Milner
I just received a letter from the Chairman of the Old Bethany Cemetery Association and she stated that Walter Milner is buried there but the site is unknown. There was no record of Laura and Mable being buried there.

Added by Peg on Mar 11, 2011 1:19 PM

Peg
Milner
I had a lady check out Bethany cemetery and she could not find grave for Walter or Mable Gray Milner or Laura Milner. I am checking out another cemetery and will let you know if they find anything.

Added by Peg on Feb 28, 2011 3:02 PM

Peg
Laura Brown
If you will contact nikkmed911 that I have been corresponding with she might be able to check out Bethany Cemetery for you one day. She will be checking on some names in cemeteries and taking pictures for me. She seems to really enjoy helping in this way. You can tell her I recommended her if you want to. Good Luck and I will keep trying to help.

Added by Peg on Feb 23, 2011 10:46 AM

Peg
Laura Brown
Have you put in a request for a picture or information on Laura at Bethany Cemetery?

Added by Peg on Feb 23, 2011 9:28 AM

Peg
RE: Laura Brown
I got to thinking that Laura may have died between 1900 and 1910 and since Walker was living with his grandparents in 1910, Walter could have put Bertie and Royal in Porter-Leath Orphanage in Memphis like he did with his girls that he and Annes Berry had after Annes died. I doubt the orphanage would give out information but it is worth a try.

Added by Peg on Feb 23, 2011 9:26 AM

Peg
RE: Laura Brown
I had noticed the Brown stepchildren also and thought that Laura's maiden name was not Brown. I have continued to search for more about Laura but have not come up with anything either...will keep trying.

Added by Peg on Feb 22, 2011 9:25 PM

Peg
Laura Brown
When and where did Laura died and where is she buried...if you don't mind me asking. Thanks

Added by Peg on Feb 14, 2011 8:26 PM

Terri Camp
Walter Milner
I am the great granddaughter of Walter and Annie or Annis Berry Milner. My grandmother was Mary Ruth Milner Pittman. She had a sister Cecil Belle Milner also. I don't know much about Walter because my grandmother and her sister did not live with him long after their mother died. She died when my gandmother was about five. I would love to know anything about the Milner family. It's my family too.

Added by Terri Camp on Feb 05, 2011 8:38 PM

Peg
RE: Walter Lee Milner
What relation is Walter to you? Gr Gr Grandfather

Added by Peg on Feb 05, 2011 4:04 PM

Peg
Walter Lee Milner
Those death records are in the Death Records 1848-1959. They can be copied at no charge.

Added by Peg on Feb 05, 2011 12:07 PM

Peg
Walter Lee Milner
Walter married my dad's aunt on March 20, 1904 in Memphis, Shelby, TN.
In my research I have found various spellings of her given name; Annes, Annis, Annie, Andes. I believe the correct is Annes BERRY.
They had two daughters, Cecil who was born on Dec. 17, 1906 and Ruth who was born about 1908.

If you are not familiar with the Shelby County Archives you can find lots of information at
www.register.shelby.tn.usa

That is where I found Walter and Annes marriage record, and also found one for Walter and Laura Brown, July 20, 1898 and one for W. L. Milner and Mable Gray Sept 8, 1927.

There death records for a Mrs. W. L. Milner and for Walter, but when you click on Walters death record a record for Henry Murphy comes up and if you will look up the record for Henry Murphy....Walters record will show up. I can't even imagine how that error happened.

If you have any questions and if I know the answer I will be happy to share them with you. I am interested in knowing if we have the same Walter.

Added by Peg on Feb 05, 2011 12:03 PM

Peg
Walter Lee Milner
If you are interested I have information of a Walter L. Milner that was once married to my great aunt in Fayette County TN...and I am thinking it might be your Walter Milner....there were two daughters from the marriage.

Added by Peg on Feb 03, 2011 11:09 PM

 
 

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