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I am composing a pamphlet on the soldiers buried at Liberty All Cem, near Huntingdon, TN, to give to the church. If you can assist with information, I will appreciate your time and effort and give you credit. LM
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|BMB||ref memorial #55652774|
I stopped by at Trezevant Cemetery and took a few pictures. I saw that Mildred newbill was added, and had a picture of her marker.
The picture that I took is the same person, but the marker pictures are not the same.
What do you think?
I know that you transferred this mem to someone else, but wanted you opinion on the pictures.
Thank you in advance
Added by BMB on Nov 23, 2015 2:44 PM
|Pat Brown Azlin||oak grove church picture|
you were standing near or at the grave of my father where the picture was taken from. the large woodman of the world monument is my grandmother.
Maude Robison Brown.'
|Lorrie Garner||John Richard Webb|
I noticed youve done extensive research on John R Webb. He is a Great+ uncle of mine. I would love to know if the talk of Indian ancestry is true. Do you have any knowledge of this? Thank you
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Elvis W. Butler|
Hello Linda, I was checking findagrave.com for information about Pvt Elvis W. Butler. I have the following information for you, can you add to his files the following. Do you perhaps have his unit?
He did not drown in Sicily. The invasion of Sicily started on 10 July 1943. Perhaps Private Butler was a soldier of the 45th Infantry Division. I know that this division made several amphibious landings in preparation of the invasion of Sicily. I will check with the Roll of Honor I have for the 45th Infantry Division.
Private Elvis W. Butler, Army Serial Number 34287485, was buried in the temporary American Cemetery at Casablanca in plot/grave 24-5-210
|Joan Kunkel||RE: George W. Durnell|
HI Always good to hear from a Durnell researcher. I am not sure what papers you are referring to but I would like to see tham. To save postage you could just scan and e mail them. I have two Geo w. Durnells you can see my tree on Ancestry. I never have heard of a Sary. Thanks for your offer. email@example.com and Joan Kunkel 5540 County Rd 120 Carthage, Mo. 64836
|Lori||Wade Douglas Payne|
Hi there. Wade Douglas Payne that is buried in Liberty All Cemetery is my uncle. I'm starting to research my family and I happened to stumble across this website and saw that you have him on here.
Added by Lori on Feb 03, 2014 7:52 PM
|G-Man||Old Pisgah Methodist Episcopal Chuch Cem|
Linda - I did not create this cemetery so I cannot add any text to the page - contact Find A Grave if you have something to add. I have no info on the Bruceton one - again, I did not create it. Finally, I did create Nebo-Pisgah Cemetery, from the addy I furnished to you previously. If you want to take pictures and upload them to any of the cemeteries, feel free - I live on the Alabama coast and haven't been to Tennessee since 2008.
Added by G-Man on Oct 24, 2013 7:41 PM
|Sharon LaMon||RE: Woods|
I am related to the Woods family of Gibson Co, IN, but I have no one by the name of Charles Madison Woods in my genealogy files. Sorry that I can't help you out.
|Janet LaMotte||Olla McCall|
Thank you so much for the photo of her grave stone. Your work is appreciated!
|Janet LaMotte||James McCall|
Thank you so much for the photos of his grave stones. Your work is appreicated!
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