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Cory Walker (#600)
 member for 13 years, 5 months, 14 days
Thank you!
Really appreciate the photos of James P. Boles' stone. Always looking for ways to solve some of our family mysteries. Thank you!

Added by WPacker on Mar 30, 2014 6:06 PM

Kenna Allison
Virgil & Omer Walker

Find a Grave won't allow me to link a parent back to a child. The link can only be made from the child's memorial to the parent. I have sent a request to the owner of Omer's memorial to link him to both of his parents. I hope this helps.

Added by Kenna Allison on Feb 11, 2014 6:55 AM

Nancy Woodard
RE: Charlestown
Cory, Section 5A is across the road to the north from the Grayson vault. I have photographed nearly all of Charlestown Cemetery (not all posted on Find a Grave...takes to long and I get bored) and I do not have the Jefferies you looking for. I will be back in Charlestown next weekend and will see what I can find. If I find something I will let you know. Nancy

Added by Nancy Woodard on Jan 05, 2014 3:57 PM

Gail Black
RE: Izzard Cem
Thanks...was just checking to see if you photographed them all.

Added by Gail Black on Sep 16, 2013 7:05 PM

Gail Black
Izzard Cem
can you tell me exactly where this one is? Did you photograph all of the stones?

Added by Gail Black on Sep 16, 2013 6:54 PM

M. Richards
Cory, after rechecking the files, James was married to a Maggie Lemons sometime between 1904 and 1905. This Maggie had two daughters, Nancy born circa 1895 in Indiana and Hazel born circa 1898 in Indiana. The 1910 census also had Nancy Lemons age 72 a widow (mother-in-law) residing with James and Maggie. James was widowed by 1920 census and his younger brother, also a widower, Edward was residing with him. James' parents were William Varble and Sarah Wrighthouse (often spelled minus the w). James was a farmer and horse trader. I have several generations back for James L. Varble's ancestors. I apologize for before, I just didn't put Maggie and Margret as same person; because our Maggie (according to US Census) died between 1911-1919. Let me know if this makes any sense with what you have on James and Maggie. Also, Maggie did have four children by 1910, two dying prior to 1910 census.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 12, 2012 6:08 PM

M. Richards
I do not have James married to a Margaret Lemons. As far as I know he only married Anna Josephine "Josie" (maiden name unknown). Is your Margaret related to Thomas Lemons and Elmira Day? I'm sorry I can't be of more assistance.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 12, 2012 12:39 PM

Davy Crockett
Corey, What a lovely job you have done on this American hero. Thank you for your work.

Am the process of my family genealogy. My grandfather (my mother's dad) always said that Davy Crockett was in our family. I have his family Bible and do not researching and wondering what you might have that I could trace backwards to him or forwards towards now.

I do know there are many David Crocketts...even to the time he grew up...there were supposedly 3 Davy Crocketts within 5 or 15 milies. Needless to say, I realize the confused maze that exists.

If you have any helpful info that would set me in the correct direction, I would appreciate your help.

Again, your work is much appreciated and beautiful. Thank you kindly, G Hyatt

Added by Anonymous on Jul 29, 2012 5:43 PM

Kathy Thompson
Hicks cem
Thanks for adding Mr. Hunter. I'll go back someday & get the photo of his grave. Anthing else, just let me know.

Added by Kathy Thompson on Dec 08, 2009 10:00 AM

craig tuley
David Crockett
Hey guy,
I just posted the grave site for David Crocketts wife. If you would like to add the Spouse link on your page that would be cool. The ID# is 34912589. I linked your page for him with mine, hope thats ok.

Added by craig tuley on Mar 17, 2009 12:03 PM


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