|Linda Manuel (#46848204)|
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I've lived in Tennessee all my life. I grew up in Concord about 20 miles from Knoxville. I still live around Knoxville now and have always been interested in Genealogy. I like to look at old cemeteries and take pictures in my spare time.
Researching Manuel, Shepherd, Wade, Kirkland, Dyer, Townson
Chandler, Tanner and Wooliver
If you have a correction or want me to transfer a relative's page to you, I'll be glad to, but I will not transfer Cemeteries to any one! I put a lot of hard work and long hours photographing and typing these memorials and will not give them up to genealogy buffs, and also I cannot transfer memorials to cousins nieces or nephews, this takes too much time and effort to check genealogy charts.
Good luck to you! Linda
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|Our Whitaker Families||Thank you|
Thank you so much for allowing us to maintain the memorial for Levi Lunsford. We also want to thank you for all your time, effort and additions to this site. God bless you.
|C. Smith||Henderson D. Blankenship|
Linda please check FGR 108889018 / the death year posted and the death year on the stone differ.
Thanks for the great work everyone does.
Added by C. Smith on Dec 12, 2013 8:23 AM
|Janet||Asa Rufus Sharp|
Linda, thank you for photographing his gravestone. It caused quite a stir for me. When I saw your photo, I saw that I had the wrong dates for this Asa Rufus Sharp. So THANK YOU!
Added by Janet on Dec 05, 2013 10:29 AM
|David Sharp||RE: Janisch photos|
thank you you're more than welcome
You are welcome.
|Bryan Aldridge||RE: Thompson|
Thank you so much for photographing the Thompson's gravestones for me. You mentioned that there were a lot of other Thompson's buried in the cemetery. If you get a chance and are by there again I would love to have a photo of the other Thompson's buried there.
|Dennis Simpson||John Alexander / Lebanon-in-the-Forks|
Thank you Linda for creating a page for my ancestor, John Alexander of Washington/Knox County, Tennessee. His daughter, Hannah (Alexander) married William Dewoody who built, and operated the first Inn in the State of Tennessee. The Dewoody Inn (no longer exist) use to stand in Greeneville. Another descendant of John Alexander is former Gov. Lamar Alexander, now US Senator. If you recall in the 1996 election he ran and was defeated by Robert Dole. Bob's wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Dole is also a descendant of the Alexander's.
If you don't mind me imposing upon you. Could I get you to add John's parents. They are Francis Alexander Memorial #15032066 and Jane (Blair) Alexander Memorial #69609191.
Again I wish to thank you for taking the time to photograph all those graves you do for people.
Thank you for the Photo of James A Baker. Im also looking for a Martha Anne Strader Baker1859-1883 his wife.
|J. Moore||RE: Hill photos|
I missed Troy's sex on her death certificate. That is not a common female name, is it? ;-)
Added by J. Moore on Aug 30, 2011 4:28 PM
|J. Moore||Hill photos|
Thank you very much, Linda!
Added by J. Moore on Aug 30, 2011 4:18 PM
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