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Fern Lea (#47869072)
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Bio Photo "All shall be well,
and all manner of thing shall be well."
for "Love was His meaning"
as was shown by a hazelnut.
Julian of Norwich
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Thanks to Everyone!
It's because of you that my own search into the past has taken a giant leap forward. From solving the mystery of a missing relative to finding a "real live" distant cousin who's also a contributor. The search is amazing, exciting, surprising, puzzling and yes, sometimes sad. And so my journey continues with the following family sur-names centering mostly around the east coast areas of In, Ky, TN, NC, Va, NY, etc.

Baker, Boston, Brewster, Brown, Cadle, Caryle, Clark, Feltner, Forman, Hamilton, Jones, McCrary/McCreary, Mead, O'Neal, Powell, Quicksall, Smith, Venable

Wishing you all well on your journey,
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Gay Hobt Morton
Civil War soldiers
On behalf of the East Tn History Center, I would like to thank you for thaking the time to provide proof of burialphotos for ever so many Civil war soldiers buried in Claiborne Co. Your photos will be added to their names on our registry of Civil War graves. We recognize that it takes both time and effort to find these old stone in these old cemeteries.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Oct 11, 2016 8:44 PM
john miller
RE: Dora Murray
hello I am glad that you do work on geaneology and I appreciate your work and for adding some of my reletives. thank you. I was just wondering if we where related or not. I am glad that you found Charles murray on hear. he was killed in world war 2. he isn't barried in the united states I think. thank you. god bless.
Added by john miller on Sep 29, 2016 1:18 PM
john miller
hello how are you ? I messaged you yesterday about my aunt dora k murray and I was wondering something. since you added her on there are you related to her or related to any of the bush family. if so do you have any information you can share with me. I am doing my family genealogy and I was wondering that if you where related that you may have some information you could share with me. if not I understand. thank you. god bless.
Added by john miller on Sep 29, 2016 6:50 AM
john miller
RE: Dora Murray
that's ok. thank you. I understand. god bless.
Added by john miller on Sep 28, 2016 6:19 PM
Grave Whisperer
Jasper Cambell Cox

I see your edit and I see that it matches the headstone. Thanks for the info.

This man is in my family tree and I guess it depends on which source you use to confirm his birthdate.
1)His draft registration for WWI gives his date of birth as 10 Mar 1881. He provided that.

2)The headstone gives his dob as 20 Mar 1881. Someone else provided that probably.

3)His death certificate says it should be 20 Mar 1881. Someone else provided that after his death.

4)His SSDI record says 20 Mar 1881. Someone else provided that after his death.

I'm not really sure which record is correct. Are you? :)

Thanks, Grave Whisperer
My messages are turned off due to a hateful stalker recently. To respond, you can use the memorial for Jasper Campbell Cox Find A Grave #137098823 and use the edit tab to send a message to me.
Added by Grave Whisperer on Sep 27, 2016 5:50 PM
john miller
Dora K, Murray.
hello my name is john miller and I am trying to add my family members on hear. I looked up Dora K, Murray. she was my great grandmothers sister. I know you added her on hear. I was wondering if you could transfer her to me. If that is ok. also you took a photo of her stone as well. Interesting thing about her tombstone. my grandfather made it.
Added by john miller on Sep 27, 2016 11:00 AM
G E Frost
Henry Clay McCrary 157069759
Parents of Henry Clay McCrary are as follows:
Levi McCrary - Apr 12, 1836 - Sep 19, 1909
Sophronia Whiddon McCrary - Oct 1841 - Feb 27, 1916

The parents are buried at Pelham City Cemetery, Pelham, Mitchell, Georgia Memorial #107101742 & 107102014
Added by G E Frost on Sep 10, 2016 7:57 PM
Tammy Pierson
RE: Gideon Sharpe FAG#166199139
Thank you for pointing that out. I believe he has one. After awhile they all start running together and ive mistakenly put hers on his. I went back through my pics and couldnt find his. When i go back to the cemetery I will try and track him down. Tammy
Added by Tammy Pierson on Aug 20, 2016 9:31 AM
RE: Hobert A. Flannagan
Thank you for your reply. Do you know if there is a grave stone / marker?

Again, thank you very much for the listing. I've searched for years trying to locate him. I knew it was in either Kentucky or Tennessee.
Added by PWood on Jul 30, 2016 8:52 PM
Hobert A. Flannagan

The memorial you created for Hobert Flannagan #166128852 is my father's namesake. We have searched for his grave for many years. Do you have any further information on him.

Thank you greatly for your work.
Patti Flannagan Wood
Added by PWood on Jul 27, 2016 2:09 PM
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