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John & Retta Waggoner (#47083614)
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Bio Photo Known as The GraveWalkers we have been photographing & transcribing cemeteries for over 15 years. We love old cemeteries and appreciate when information is correctly presented. Find A Grave has been very important in our research.
We are always happy to help with cemeteries in our area and are pleased for you to use our photos for your family files. You do not have to contact us for permission to use our photos but we would appreciate credit for our effort.
It is our goal to provide a photograph for family members who are not able to travel to our area to view the final resting place of their loved ones. Its about the cemeteries.




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Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Pvt Jack D. Key
you took a pictures of Private Jack. D. Keys at the Ridgewood Cemetery at Carthage (Smith Coubnty) in Tennessee

thanks

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Aug 01, 2015 2:09 AM
Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Private Jack D. Key
Private Jack D. Key is listed on the Walls of Missing of the Sicily Rome Cemetery in Nettuno, Italy. He was lost in or over Sicily in July 1943.

You took a picture of his cenotaph, the Wall of Missing listing his name, or any other picture or documentation. I would like to ask your permission to use that picture for my project about the temporary American GELA Cemetery in Sicily, where over 1,200 men and women were buried between July 1943 and April 1947. If his remains would have been found, he would have been buried at Gela.

I have my project available on a DVD, titled "They stayed behind".

Of course you will be credited

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jul 31, 2015 12:51 AM
Sherrie Paty Barber
Sallie and Selmar Warren
Thank you for the tombstone photo and the correction in dates. Appreciate your input.
Sherrie Paty Barber
St. Cloud, Florida
Added by Sherrie Paty Barber on Jul 25, 2015 3:44 PM
Lynn
Milton and Delilah Tayser
Thank you one more time for taking a photo of one of my beloved relatives. This time Delilah Mabery Tayse was found in Granville Cemetery. It's so very difficult to find a Mabery because of all the ways the last name was spelled. As an extra bonus, your photo of their graves also included a photo of the couple off their gravestones. What cheekbones!
Added by Lynn on Jul 24, 2015 10:01 AM
Will Stamps
RE: Halfacre
Since I don't really know him, it would be better if you managed the account. I am in the "process" of making good on a promise to my cousin, Delbert Jones of Algood, Putnam Co., TN. Delbert collected thousands and thousands of obituaries from the newspapers of White, Putnam, Overton and Jackson counties, among others. I am guessing that he snipped out over 70-80 thousand obits - with a high proportion of duplicates which I am winnowing out one bundle at a time. * Delbert probably didn't know all of the people in those obituaries - but he did know many of them. Walking in a large Cookeville cemetery, about 6 years ago, he was able to tell me about each and every tombstone we came across. I believe that Delbert (and by extension, me) was related to most every one in the cemetery. He also knew every cemetery between Cookville and Sparta and Brotherton and Cumberland County. Meantime, I begin to work on the 2nd thousand obituaries.
Added by Will Stamps on Jul 19, 2015 7:25 PM
Will Stamps
Halfacre
Thank you for locating the Ralph and Margie Halfacre tombstone - and, creating Margie's Memorial. The picture was very well done.
Added by Will Stamps on Jul 18, 2015 11:57 PM
Will Stamps
William Carl Huff
Thank you for your great tombstone picture. When I saw the name of Carl's wife, I looked her up and found that she was already listed with her husband, "Carl W. Huff" at a different Find A Grave memorial - No. 43493726. Hopefully the two sites will combine and use YOUR photo - it is, by far, the better of the two. Anyways, I have made the suggestion. Now, I am looking for Carl's 2nd wife. Thanks, again. - Will Stamps
Added by Will Stamps on Jul 18, 2015 5:34 PM
Penny Pennington
church in the pines
Church in the pines, White pine Tenn can you give me directions from Jeff City?
Thanks
Added by Penny Pennington on Jul 14, 2015 9:48 AM
Cecil Vaden Jr.
Gwaltney Pics
Thanks for the Gwaltney pictures and the answer about the other cemetery in Smith County.
Cecil
Added by Cecil Vaden Jr. on Jul 12, 2015 4:00 PM
Papa Randy
James Oshel "Zeb" Blair
Thank you also for the tombstone photo for James Oshel "Zeb" Blair. All your hard work on this website is greatly appreciated! - Randy Rowe
Added by Papa Randy on Jul 08, 2015 10:19 AM
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