|Rex Patterson (#47049596)|
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I live on Tom's Creek in Perry County Tennessee, one mile from the Pineview-Pace Cemetery. The Roberts Cemetery, Bible Hill Cemetery, Denson's Landing Cemetery and Danielsburg Cemetery are all within 4 miles of my home. I have ancestors and other relatives buried in each one.|
My ancestors include Patterson, Roberts, Kunkel, Ledbetter, Hufstedler, Blackburn, Carson, Baker, Barnett, and Cunningham.
My wife, Wilda Graves Patterson, is also a Find A Grave contributor. If you see something that needs to be corrected on any memorial that we have entered, please let us know. We want the information listed to be as accurate as possible.
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|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||RE: Julia Ann Lewis- dgt of John T Lewis|
Thanks for your reply. I found the d/certificate for Mary and husband William T Nance.
William shows Bell Cemetery, I assume Perry Co Tn and hers showed either Toonea Creek Perry Co Tn or Toms Creek Perry Co Tn.On her's no specific cemetery name, just Toonea Creek or Tom's Creek.
On Julia was was surprising was there appears to be no d/certificate information. I'm not sure 12-8-1922 is correct.
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||Julia Ann Lewis- dgt of John T Lewis|
I see where she is to have died 12-8-1922 but I cant find any death certificate for her. She was unmarried with her sister in 1910 and 1920 Perry Co Tn census. By any chance did she marry after 1920 census or do you know where she might be buried.
Mary Ann Johnson
|Mary Jane Hawver McEntire||Henry M. Ledbetter Obituary|
Red, I have Henry's obituary from The Linden Mail. If you will send my an email I will send you a copy to add to findagrave. He was my Great Great Grandfather.
|Ruth DeJa||RE: Capt. John Horner Memorial|
John and Elizabeth Russell Horner are my 4th great grandparents, there is no grave markers that I know of and the burials are word of mouth passed down from family. the only other place I have found this information is on the Horner family history that also says the burials are word of mouth and no markers have been found. How are you related to the Horner line? It seems that after the death of John, Elizabeth went to live with her daughter and son in law John Richardson, and is why she is buried in the Richardson cemetery instead of with her husband. Not sure how far apart these two cemeteries are from each other but in same county I believe. Good hunting.
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