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CD (#47717996)
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I have relations to the Kincaid's from Maury Co. Columbia/Caney Springs, The Payne's from Hickman/Maury Co., and Johnson's from Maury County and North Carolina (that I am heavily researching). Any information on those is welcomed. If you think there is any information I can give you then let me know. I will have times during the year where I will be a photo volunteer. My profile will be marked as such during these times (typically early spring for some cemeteries due to snakes). I plan on adding 3 cemeteries to this website that aren't already on.
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Stewart Robertson, Jr.
RE: Edward Dale
No, I'm sorry. I got mixed up. Their daughter, also Anne Dale, has a monument in Greenwood. She married my gggrandfather James Robertson.

Neither of the parents Edward W. Dale or Anne Lewis (Moore) Dale has a photo yet online. I live far away and haven't visited Maury. But I'm learning that much of the family lore takes place there. It seems to be where my Alabama ancestor went to get his wives, for instance. My ggrandfather Robertson was moved from Mt. Pleasant, Maury, to eastern Arkansas as a baby, so our ties to the area were cut in 1855.

I hope you make it out there and find the graves you are looking for! I thank you for your efforts and interest.
Added by Stewart Robertson, Jr. on May 13, 2014 9:26 AM
Stewart Robertson, Jr.
RE: Edward Dale
Thank you for your reply. I am not familiar with th e Hawkins book but Dale's wife, Anne Lewis (Moore) Dale, seems to be buried out in the open. He might be hard to find because of the circumstances under which he died. He was cashier of the Columbia branch of the Bank of Tennessee (a high position, answering to the president of the board of directors and bonded for $100,000) when it was robbed in 1839 of $27,000. There were rumors of an inside job, repeated by the local paper. Dale was blamed for the theft, which ruined the men who staked his bond. The money was not recovered and the robbers not known. When the new president of the bank appointed a replacement cashier, Dale ended his own life at the age of 49. His wife had predeceased him. He died bitter that the moneyed interests had made him the scapegoat and ruined him.
Added by Stewart Robertson, Jr. on May 12, 2014 4:52 PM

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