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Amy Auchtung (#47584762)
 member for 4 years, 1 month, 25 days
Debra Conn
RE: Hunter Gravestones
Yes, I would love to have the pics of the 3 other Hunter gravestones as well! Thanks for being so generous with your time.

Added by Debra Conn on Sep 30, 2015 2:35 PM

Debra Conn
Hunter Gravestones
I just want to thank you for taking the time to photograph the Hunter gravestones. I live on the west coast, and when I was in Tennessee, I didn't know the burial place for my great aunt Nellie. These pictures are very special to me. Thanks again, Amy!
Debbie Conn

Added by Debra Conn on Sep 29, 2015 12:07 AM

Cory S
Nannie Cannon
Thank you for the picture of the headstone and for your time.

Added by Cory S on Sep 26, 2015 2:26 PM

Travis Keller
Thank you Amy for the picture of Travis' grave marker.

Added by SMG on Sep 26, 2015 10:11 AM

Travis Keller #118341971
"I have a photo for you for this memorial but I can't add it, says it's at its limit for photos. I worked hard to get it. I'm sure you'll understand what I mean. ;)"

Amy, I deleted the business card, if you'd like to add your picture now.
Thank you.

Added by SMG on Sep 24, 2015 11:42 PM

Tollie E. Mullins
Thank you.

Added by Piper on Sep 23, 2015 9:12 PM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 80212330 Dayton Pierce
Thank you so very much!!!!

Added by laelliott on Apr 19, 2014 8:45 PM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 80212330 Dayton Pierce
Thank you so much Amy! Are you related to Dayton Pierce?

Added by laelliott on Mar 29, 2014 11:35 AM

Ron Stewart
RE: Willie Marshall

Thanks for the transfer offer. Let me see which memorials stay and which hit the dust bin before we do any transfers.

I appreciate your help.

Ron Stewart

Added by Ron Stewart on Jan 25, 2014 1:42 PM

Ron Stewart
RE: Willie Marshall

Thanks so much. Also thank you for taking and posting the tombstone photos to other Marshall memorials as well.

I may need your help. I noticed several of the Marshall memorials are duplicated with one of your photos attached to one but not the other. I will try to resolve the duplications but may need to ask you to post a photo again if the memorial with your photo is the one deleted. Just trying to clean up Find A Grave and since the Marshalls are my family I know who belongs to whom.

Thanks again and thanks for all you do on Find A Grave.

Ron Stewart

Added by Ron Stewart on Jan 23, 2014 3:07 PM

Bob Vint
Alfred Henry Mercer Grave Photos
Hello Amy,

Thanks so much for the photos of Alfred Mercer's grave marker. They came out very well!

Warm regards,

Bob Vint
Green Valley, Arizona, USA

Added by Bob Vint on Aug 01, 2013 8:28 PM

Bob Vint
RE: Photo request - Alfred Mercer
Thank you Amy. I'll look forward to seeing the photo.

Thanks again for your effort on my behalf!


Added by Bob Vint on Jul 29, 2013 8:31 PM

Thank You
Amy, I wanted to thank you for all the time and work you've put into photographing a cemetery that can't be photographed!!! You are truly an ANGEL in disguise.

Added by SMG on May 03, 2013 6:45 PM

Richard Harkleroad
Grover Cleveland Rumbley & Dessie
Would you happened to know where Grover Cleveland Rumbley 1888 - 1952 and his wife Dessie P Snyder 1896 - 1988 are buried in Johnson City, Washington, TN? They had 3 daughters Dessie 1919 - ? , Margerite 1920 & Evelyn 1922. Their dau Dessie not found in 1930 & 1940 Censues, probably deceased before 1930.
Thank you,
Richard Harkleroad

Added by Richard Harkleroad on Jul 12, 2012 11:35 AM

Thank You
Amy, thanks so much for the photo of Darling Jones' grave!

Added by BeamGen on Dec 01, 2011 2:27 PM

Gordon (Gary )Medford
hi amy have you got or know of medford's messer's, if you do just let me know. big thanks gordon garrett medford (gary)

Added by Gordon (Gary )Medford on Nov 24, 2011 5:41 PM

Joyce Parker
Alta M. "Addie" Clouse Edwards
Thank you so much for your pix Amy.

Added by Joyce Parker on Nov 23, 2011 4:26 PM

Dale Jenkins
Worley memorials at Oak Hill
Thank you Amy.I'll take good care of them.My very best regards. Dale

Added by Dale Jenkins on Nov 13, 2011 8:52 PM

Dale Jenkins
Worley Memorials at Oak Hill
Amy, my name is Dale S. Jenkins and I am somewhat related to the Worleys.I have a lot of information on these folks and could tie them all together as parents,spouses and children. If you wish to transfer the memorials to me , I could get this done. My Findagrave number is 47126722.You may e-mail me at .Best regards,Dale

Added by Dale Jenkins on Nov 11, 2011 5:41 PM

Bill Krebs
Wesley Dillon
Thank you for the grat pic.

Added by Bill Krebs on Nov 10, 2011 3:32 PM

RE: John W Holland
Hi Amy,
Yes, the information on the stone you found matches what I have found. This has been a difficult cousin to track down and had no idea he had married until seeing the death record. Since you took the picture, thought you might be interested in th following newspaper accounts. Please feel free to contact me at my email if you find anything else. And thank you - again!

Oct 6, 1910
John Holland Gets Sentence For Life. The testimony of Mrs. Webb, once of Hanceville, played an important part in sending John Holland to the penitentiary for life; she swore that wheh John Holland came to her house to get the pistol he said he was going to "kill a man", her husband who stood as near Holland as she did swore that he said he was going to "get a man". That Mrs. Webb was wrong and Mr. Webb was right the state's own witnesses seem to have proved. Judge Speaks' charge to the jury was said to be fair and just; it was doubtless the prejudice and the wild talk that spread over the county at the time of the killing of Putman two years ago last July. As is well known Holland was marshal of Hanceville and attempted to arrest Putman for abusing his wife. Putman resisted with a gun and a knife. The refusal of the state to allow witnesses to go on the stand to prove that frequent rows were known in that home and it had been charged there was cause for Holland's interference was a very hurtful raking for the defense. Perjury is being charged publicly against some of the witnesses. The whole case w bad; but the truth ought to be told.

Nov 28, 1912,
Through the kindness of Gov. O'Neal, John Holland is paroled and is home in Hanceville for 30 days with his old mother whose health is gone and whose chances of recovering are very small indeed. (John had T. B. and was in a secured hospital, he wrote a letter, begging to not die in prison).

Added by Ellece on Nov 10, 2011 12:39 PM

John W Holland
Amy, thank you so much for taking this picture. Having just found his death record recently, i really appreciate having this picture. I know nothing about this cemetery but is is possible that his wife is buried there also? I have not been able to find her elsewhere. Her name on the death record was Mary M Miller.
We learn so much about our ancestors by having dedicated people like you who go to these cemeteries that we not able to visit.
Thank you again,

Added by Ellece on Nov 10, 2011 9:44 AM

Johnny Taylor
Pierce Headstone Pics
Amy, thanks so much for the latest two PIERCE family headstone photos that you uploaded. We really do appreciate your efforts. I am sending you a private email about an earlier request you checked out for me. Cheers, Johnny

Added by Johnny Taylor on Nov 10, 2011 7:28 AM

George Rogers Park
Grady Myers
thanks for your help.
Did you notice if his wife, Edith Virginia Myers was nearby? She died in 2009 in Washington State, but I don't know where she is buried yet.
thanks again.

Added by George Rogers Park on Nov 10, 2011 12:44 AM

Clarence Lafferty
Thank you so much for taking the pictures for Clarence Lafferty. Clarence was my grand uncle and I am happy to see his location in Tennessee.
I appreciate your time and skill - they are wonderful pictures!

Added by Wes on Nov 09, 2011 8:29 PM


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