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NinaB (#47533314)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 12 days
Family Genealogist
RE: Memorial Transfer Request
Hi Nina. Many thanks for the transfer. Yes, she did a great deal of research in Hickman Co as my family has roots there. She cultivated an interest in genealogy among her family and her memorials will be taken care of. Thank you for expressing your interest - I would love to keep in touch with you. She received great joy from the friendships she made through her research thank you for being a part of that.

Added by Family Genealogist on Jun 30, 2016 12:57 AM

Brian Ford Aikens
RE: Helene Hamm memorial
That is fabulous news. Thank you for the update Nina. Always nice when close family continues the path forward while tracing back.
Brian Ford Aikens

Added by Brian Ford Aikens on Jun 25, 2016 8:40 AM

Brian Ford Aikens
RE: Helene Hamm memorial
I did know Helene, interviewing her for our local museum. We also talked family history then and other times and actually found a common ancestral name that I have in West Virginia. If you would like to transfer Helene, I would very much appreciate it. I know her daughter Sharon and can what she might want posted. Thank you so much.
Brian Ford Aikens

Added by Brian Ford Aikens on Jun 24, 2016 1:17 PM

Family Genealogist
Memorial Transfer Request
Hello Nina,

Would you kindly transfer Helene Hamm's memorial to me? I am her adult grand daughter. She was an exceptional researcher and her genealogical connections brought her great joy. She and I were very close and my mom and I miss her greatly.

Thank you.

Added by Family Genealogist on Jun 23, 2016 6:30 PM

Theresa Rausch Victory
RE: Lucy Kelley #141852526
Thank you for the transfer. I also try to help others with filling in information as I find it. My husband is related to some Kelley's but I linked her to the Dudley family after researching her sibling in another cemetery. Theresa

Added by Theresa Rausch Victory on Jun 23, 2016 11:15 AM

RE: Samuel and Ann Rollinson
Happy to help! I have photos of other Rollinson family in Riverside and will add them soon.

Added by KSonier on Jun 10, 2016 8:11 AM

RE: David T. Littleton
All the links are done, do you want me to transfer his memorial to you?

Added by bbarnhill on Jun 09, 2016 8:21 PM

Shirley Farrell
Thanks for going to so much trouble.

Added by Shirley Farrell on May 10, 2016 10:24 AM

Shirley Farrell
Thank You so much for the photos of Ada Hatcher and R D Tidwell headstones. It means a lot. I hope it will be ok with you to add them to my family tree. Thanks again!!!

Added by Shirley Farrell on May 10, 2016 5:23 AM

Sarah Armistead
RE: Hassell cemeteries
The Black John Hassell Farm Cemetery in located on Hassell Creek which is in District 2 in Hickman County. I think it is located within a mile or closer to Tarkington's Store. The address for Tarkington's store is 6688 Hassell Creek Road. Going south toward Centerville, District 2 is located on the left of Highway 100. Primm Springs Road off Highway 100 will take you to Tarkington Road which runs into Hassell Creek Road.

Added by Sarah Armistead on Mar 24, 2016 2:18 PM

Sarah Armistead
RE: Hassell cemeteries
The Black John Hassell Farm Cemetery is in district 2

Added by Sarah Armistead on Mar 24, 2016 12:55 PM

Sarah Armistead
Eddie Hassell
Eddie Hassell, born 1899, died 1901 is buried in what is known as the Black John Farm Cemetery. It is located on Hassell's creek near Tarkington; store and is where Black John Hassell lived and died. His son, Francis Marion Hassell, 184:1890 is also buried there and has a tombstone. There are about five or six graves there and I think a tombstone was put up for Black John a few years ago. The cemetery where Eddie Hassell is listed as buried is on the Piney River. Sarah Armistead

Added by Sarah Armistead on Mar 23, 2016 3:43 PM

Valice Raffi
RE: Raymond Fussell
great! after you set up her memorial, I'll add the info to my tree, thanks!

Added by Valice Raffi on Feb 01, 2016 2:23 PM

Valice Raffi
Raymond Fussell
I found the Death Certificate for (William) Raymond Fussell. He was buried in Weems, so I made in a memorial and then transferred him to you. If Weems isn't to far, you might look there for Effie. I didn't find her Death Certificate on line.

Added by Valice Raffi on Feb 01, 2016 1:06 PM

Tray morgan
Buttrey Father and Son
can you put miles newton buttery's father as Washington Green Lee Buttrey Memorial# 90511194

Added by Tray morgan on Jan 10, 2016 4:36 PM

Sandra Wilkins Kearns
Looking at your bio, I see the names of some of my relatives, not surprising since both of my parents are from Hickman County. Are you the sister of Margaret Redden Askins? I also have Buchanan, Tidwell as well as others.

Regarding my great-grandfather Joseph Askins, no one knows where he is buried. My Uncle Billy spent decades searching for his grave. I went back to Jerry's page to pull up your info and could not find it.

Thanks again for all you and the other contributors do.

Added by Sandra Wilkins Kearns on Dec 12, 2015 12:06 PM

Tim Parker
Contributor FSexton54 wanted a photo of Beulah McCord Tidwell (#59761513) at New Hope Cem. You said that you couldn't find her headstone,why?,because she is buried at Hilltop Cem. I created a memorial for her there with photo of the stone. I've sent two messages to Sexton to tell them of this, but no reply. What do you suggest? Tim

Added by Tim Parker on Nov 11, 2015 7:26 AM

Tim Parker
Also, what is the best way to get to the King/Wilkins cemetery in Hickman Co. There is a Buchanan lady buried there that is related to me. Her maiden name is Forehand. Her grandparents were Eli Tidwell & Mary Jane Glass Tidwell, my 3rd great. Oh yeah, I live in Lyles, just don't know Spot/Only area much. Tim

Added by Tim Parker on Nov 08, 2015 1:15 PM

Tim Parker
RE: Weatherspoon Cemetery
Miss Nina, I believe cemeteries were put atop hills because of bubonic plaque. In Europe centuries ago, they found out that burying the townspeople on a hill away from the villages weakened the rat population. It didn't stop the plaque altogether, but it did help. Maybe people in this country in the 1800's knew of that practice. Tim

Added by Tim Parker on Nov 08, 2015 1:07 PM

Kenneth Greene, Jr.
Clara Hudson
The information you suggested has been added under the Bio area.

Added by Kenneth Greene, Jr. on Nov 05, 2015 6:26 PM

Tim Parker
Weatherspoon Cemetery
Ms Nina, how in the world did you climb the hill at Weatherspoon Cem. at Taylor's Creek. My guess is four-wheel drive. We were in a car. Left my wife in the car and trotted up the hill with terrible camera in hand and cigarette in mouth. It's a beautiful cemetery though. Take care, Tim

Added by Tim Parker on Oct 06, 2015 11:50 AM

David Rivers
RE: Thank you
I would love to see some of the family pictures you have and the research you have done. Could I come by one after noon when you are not busy and see some of your genealogy work?

Added by David Rivers on Sep 03, 2015 7:37 AM

David Rivers
Thank you
Hi Nina,
I just became a member on here.
Thank you for all the hard work you have done to put information on here for all us genealogy researchers to use. What you have done has already been a big help to me. If only I could find the parents to my Great Great grandfather Timothy Henry Ward that would make my day. I am guessing that they where not from Bradford, Tn. They probably moved here from the Carolinas.

Added by David Rivers on Aug 31, 2015 10:24 PM

Valice Raffi
Thanks Nina! A lot of digging found the right name!

Added by Valice Raffi on Jul 30, 2015 7:33 AM

Mrs Fenton
RE: Van and Lora Redden
So glad I could help!

Added by Mrs Fenton on Jul 29, 2015 9:51 AM


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