|RainbowGal||Lee May - Macdonia Cemetery|
Hi: Do you have any more info about Lee May. I have been to Macedonia twice and taken all the May stone photos, but have never found Lee.
Look on web site called cemeteriesonly.com - go to Macedonia cemetery - see what you think. I get that way about twice a year.
Hey, I am a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy - unusual - I joined the Nathan Bedford Forrest Chapter in Cicero, Indiana. Unusual I know since my husband and I live in Tennessee, but out roots are in Indiana - my great great grandfathers - Louisiana and Indiana Quaker fought each other at Shiloh. Say what you want, General Forrest had an excellent war record.
|James Bryant||James M Tucker|
This Tucker is a son of Campbell Tucker and a brother of Robert R Tucker. He farmed in Fannin County. His mother Margaret Russell was living with him in Fannin Co.
Disregard my last message. I had taken a couple hundred pictures at Mount Zion and thought I remembered that it was standing upright but when I looked a picture closed I realized it is still on ground. As the kids would say "my bad".
|Kathy Franks||Killoughs at Mt Zion Cemetery|
You noted in your memorial that their stone was broken from base. It has been repaired and I have added new pictures.
|RainbowGal||RE: Samuel J. May|
I am a member of the UDC and have conducted the Iron Cross ceremony here in Tennessee for a sister member who has passed - it was on her bucket list to honor her great grandfather.
I chose to join the Nathan Bedford Forrest chapter in Noblesville, Ind. They are so active and my husband and I are originally from Ind.
Note that I took several May family pictures and put them on the site. Week Christmas, we had a reenactment of the battle of Sugar Creek - not far from me - Sugar Creek was officially the last battle in Tennessee as General Forrest fought to get his men home.
Just wanted to say thank you so very much for taking time out to photograph Beverly's marker. It means so very much! Your work is truly appreciated!
Added by OBrien on Jul 17, 2014 9:14 PM
Thank you for getting the photo of M.W. Scales, I so appreciate it.
Added by Tess on Jul 13, 2014 9:19 PM
|Pat Donovan||D I MURPHEY|
I believe the year of his birth is 1839.
|Tony Sivo||Turnage Transfer|
You are quite welcome.
If you haven't done so already,
take a look at the Memorials for
Walter Turnage (#53287851)
Sylvia Turnage (#53287550).
Both buried at the Rose Hill site.
|Carol Cooper||Paul Commander|
Thanks for looking! Appreciate your time!!
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