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william keener (#47877960)
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James E Keener
Who is this??
Hello, I am Jimmy Keener. Son of Charles W Keener. Only William Keener I know was my Uncle Bill. He past away some time ago. Is this Jimmy? Or John? Who ever you are TY for doing this. My dad died March 14 1983. My mom Rosemary Keener past 12/3/12 She is also at Rosehill next to my dad.

Added by James E Keener on Mar 20, 2014 5:29 PM

wareagle01
RE: Evans
You are welcome.
Sarah

Added by wareagle01 on Nov 12, 2013 3:51 PM

Patti Lee
RE: Hendrix
No, I have never been there. I found this survey in an online book and so added what wasn't already listed. Patti

Added by Patti Lee on Jul 23, 2013 11:15 PM

wareagle01
RE: Martin Keener
That would be GREAT!!!!!!! Thanks!! Is it something you can email me? wareagle95@wildblue.net
THANKS,
Sarah

Added by wareagle01 on Nov 13, 2012 7:00 PM

Regina Dawson Shuman
RE: Photos
Your very welcome!

Added by Regina Dawson Shuman on Oct 14, 2012 1:35 PM

Carole Ruska
RE: Hales
I do not have proof, but I feel sure he is buried with his wife and son in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Leesburg, AL. I could not find my ancestor Martha A. Hale Whorton either even though I had a confirmation that she was buried there from an old book. The creator checked for a tombstone and found the base but the stone had been removed - probable fell and broke. So she is really there according to cemetery records. You might write the cemetery to be sure or ask the Find A Grave creator to check for him. Maybe his stone is missing also. However, he died very young. His sister Jestain did not come to AL until 1837, and I think they were the first. Check census to see where his son was born - VA or AL. He could have died in VA before his wife and son came with family to AL. If the son was born in AL, I feel sure he is in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Carole

Added by Carole Ruska on Sep 21, 2012 11:00 AM

Peggy Cornett Greene
Hale Cemetery
I have change the marker to the correct one. According to a survey that was done back in the 90's this is Lewis Hale II or Jr. 1781-1842
Under comments - "Sacred to the momory of Lew Hale, husband of Betsy Hale, who departed this life Ma__Aged 60 years, 11 months" Cast concrete marker spalding badly.
Sorry for the error, hope this correct all.
Peggy

Added by Peggy Cornett Greene on Aug 26, 2012 8:51 PM

Peggy Cornett Greene
Hale Cemetery
I will check

Added by Peggy Cornett Greene on Aug 26, 2012 7:34 PM

wareagle01
RE: Keeners
Anna Elizabeth is our line married Guilford Battles. She is buried at Mt Hope Cem in Arley, Winston Co., Al.
John Thomas is buried at Owens Family Cem in Gadsden.
I do not have Susannah or Michael Samuel's yet.
SB

Added by wareagle01 on Aug 18, 2012 6:25 PM

Peggy Cornett Greene
RE: Pictures
You are welcome, the request for George Washingotn Hale: I find no gravesite or record of him. Also, I have more pictures of the cemetery, if you would like I will email them to you, also of the homeplace, which is beautiful.
I do plan to post more on the cemetery, so check it out leter.

Added by Peggy Cornett Greene on Aug 15, 2012 4:34 PM

Peggy Cornett Greene
Hale Cemetery

Added by Peggy Cornett Greene on Aug 15, 2012 4:31 PM

wareagle01
RE: Rosa Hale
I have a copy of Sarah Rousseau Espy's journal written 1859-1868. They lived next door to Ellis, Julia, & Rosa in 1860. She wrote a little about Rosa's brother (Ellis) being born in 1862 and then later about being brought news that ther neighbor, Rosa's father had died in the war.

Added by wareagle01 on Jul 20, 2012 6:47 AM

wareagle01
Keener
William Riley Keener's oldest sister-- Anna Elizabeth (married Gilford Battles) is our line.
Sorry, I do not know what was at Yellow Creek to start with. I did not even know they had a marker there until last year. I thought they were buried at Greenwood, so I never looked at YC with Wm Riley. I just stumbled onto it by accident last summer. Do you know what happened to the original stone at Greenwood? I went there in 2009 and found them--went back 2011 and found new markers, but old one was gone.
Sarah

Added by wareagle01 on Jul 19, 2012 11:15 AM

 
 

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