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|I'm working on families that are mostly in Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. Some of their descendants moved further west.|
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|David Mayo||RE: McGill|
Yes Ma'am it was. I don't like to mess with stones, but I had to wipe away some of the stuff that was on it to confirm that it was correct.
And you're very welcome.
|David Mayo||RE: Lera Smith|
You're very welcome. Glad to help.
|Dana Garrow||RE: Martha Brewer Tucker|
You are very welcome! Have a great holiday season! Dana
|California Gal||Calvin Walters|
re: Roy & Ralph Walters -- I can add a note to Calvin's memorial, but I cannot add them as children. 1. I don't know which memorial they are. 2. The owner of their memorial will have to make the connection. If you have that info, please contact those memorial owners.
|Clelia Casey||RE: A E Harris|
Hi, Nancy--I know that Archelas Harris and his wife Elizabeth were living in the Diamond Hill District in the 1860 Census and somewhere known as Sandy Point in the 1850. He had six daughters and one son, whom I have not attempted to follow. Someone else has suggested that his wife's maiden name was Draper, but I have no hard evidence of it.His sister was my ggg-grandmother, Catherine Harris Bennett, and his father was Rev. Archibald Harris, who is buried in the Harris cemetery in Lilesville. I don't know of any Brewer connections. Does this information help?
|Clelia Casey||RE: A Harris|
Sorry--I don't know which grave you're referring to!
|Rick Valentine||RE: Bessie Gabriel|
Nancy: You are welcome, glad I could help. I am willing to go and dig for stones, most people will not take the time, Bessie Gabriel's stone was completely overgrown, I poked around her plot with a screwdriver until I found it and cut a piece of sod away to expose it. Her stone is a small (about 4" X 12") and was easily overgrown. I quite often go out and look for the stones that others haven't found, I guess I like the challenge... Happy Hunting...
|Anonymous||William Rixey McAdams|
Mr. McAdams was buried in the Unity Cemetery in 1954.
Later his wife Mary had him relocated to the Nebo Cemetery, Henderson County, TN.
|Greg Jones||RE: Washington and Martha Denison|
You are quite welcome.
|Cindy D||RE: Perry Moss connection|
Glad to make your acquaintance!! Perry's wife is a sister to my mother. He was a great man. Beulah was supposed to be buried with her first husband in Jackson, but ended up being buried with her second husband in Union City, TN. I have added that pic also.
Added by Cindy D on Jul 06, 2015 7:19 AM
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