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Joy (#47057377)
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I was chairman of the Monroe County Heritage Book. I am host of the Monroe Co., Tn Genweb. I do genealogy on the following Monroe Co. families: Williams, Millsaps, Arp, Cottrell, Clemmer, Isbell, Smalling, & Sloan.
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tony mashburn
Jessie Stamey Hardin
would you know exactly where Jessie's tombstone is located at Mount Zion Baptist Church Cemetery
Added by tony mashburn on Aug 04, 2015 8:27 PM
Jerry L. Johnston
RE: Transfer a grave
Joy- I am having trouble with my Find a Grave No. Someone changed my no. to a persons memorial no. and I can't get anyone to email me back from find a gave to correct the problem. I will get back to you. Jerry

The Shaws from Monroe and Washington Cos. are my ancestors. Email me back with some info about them and I will try to help. I have quite a lot of info on them. - Jerry
Added by Jerry L. Johnston on Jul 05, 2015 6:32 PM
Jerry L. Johnston
Tansfer a grave
Hi Joy- I have tried to contact you several times. I would like for you to transfer the memorial for Margaret Johnston Shaw #120397164 to me. My #44647303. She was one of my great grandmothers. Thanks in advance. Jerry L. Johnston, Swanton, OH.
Added by Jerry L. Johnston on Jun 22, 2015 11:10 AM
vicki delbrouck
Lillian Hulvey
You posted a picture of Lillian Hulvey's tombstone at West View Cemetery in Sweetwater, TN. I wanted to thank you. My paternal grandmother was Helen Hulvey (Barnes) the oldest daughter of O.C. Hulvey and his wife Geneva Sillings. There is a short biography of Col. Hulvey in Tennessee and Great Tennesseans due to his involvement with the Tennessee Military Institute. I never knew they lost a child.
Added by vicki delbrouck on May 22, 2015 7:45 PM
Sherlocks Cousin
Isaac Burleson Memorial
I think you are right - This Isaac is not the same as the Montgomery, NC Isaac Burleson/Burleyson, who was a 5th G-Grandfather of mine. Thanks for posting the comment in the bio. His Will never mentions children that I have listed.
Added by Sherlocks Cousin on May 11, 2015 8:16 AM
Victoria Meier
Louvisa Jane Vann Young
I was wondering if there is any further information regarding Louvisa Vann Young, such as who her father and mother was. Do you have this information?
Added by Victoria Meier on Apr 10, 2015 8:18 AM
Joel Mason
Griffith Cemetery-Hope Well Springs, Monroe County Tennessee
Joy, thank you for all the recent work that you have done at the Griffith Family cemetery. I have a couple of cousins that have been there and based on what they described, it sounds like you really worked in a difficult situation. Can you tell me if you happen to have any sweeping or wide views of the cemetery/plots that you took a picture of that you could post? Thank you again, Joel Mason
Added by Joel Mason on Jan 02, 2015 9:02 PM
Debbie Clark
130255809 FAG - Gerald Miller
Hey Joy ... thank you for posting photo of my Uncle Gerald's headstone. Debbie
Added by Debbie Clark on Oct 05, 2014 11:45 PM
BlueJeansandPearls
Thankful For JOY
Thank you Joy Ten Times a Million for taking the time to find my grandfathers grave and my father's infant brother's. And taking the photo's for our family to now have record. We live so far away and as time passes the dates and stories get faded like blue jeans. We don't have to wonder or guess anymore. You completed the story for us. We will be forever and eternally Thankful. Always, Laura
Added by BlueJeansandPearls on Feb 23, 2014 6:10 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
Civil War soldiers
Thank you for your generosity of spirit. Your help in finding the burial sites of the Civil War soldiers of Monroe Co. Tn, has done much to get these men included in the tombstone and burial place survey at the ETHC. You have done much to preserve these soldiers for both research and remembrance.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Jan 21, 2014 4:14 PM
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