|Sharon J. Wilson (#46560832)|
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|I moved to Tennessee from Maryland in 1983. I like crocheting and cross stitch. |
I am researching the Wilson and McIntosh families of Robertson Co., TN, plus many more from this line (Head, Browning, Fuqua, Thompson). I am researching my husband's Wilson, Richard line, and Wilson,Thomas line.
I am also re-transcribing some of the cemeteries in Robertson Co. as time permits. I just love this site and hope my entries help!! If you should find an error in one of my entries, please use either the Edit Tab or Email me and we will get it corrected.
The HTML code to link one memorial to another is:
< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=XXXXXXX">Name< /a>
You will need to remove the space between < and a at the beginning as well as the space between the < and / at the end.
NOTE: I would prefer that no Death Certificates be posted to my Memorials. If you wish, you can provide a link to the certificate and I will add that link to the bio. Thanks
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Sharon, I, too, am researching and have surname Wilson in my paternal side.
McIntosh on my maternal side.
I went to High School with a Wilson and discovered her Wilson line in interred in Robertson County Tennessee. Maybe we are distantly related, one never knows when doing our Ancestry.
Thank You again,
Added by C on Apr 19, 2016 7:55 AM
|C||Links for Minerva (Green) Crutcher, Memorial #84613606|
Good Morning Sharon,
Thank You very much for making the links of Minerva Frances Green Cruther to her parent's.
Her father, Francis Marion Frank Green and Elizabeth Betty Mosley together had 12 known children before her death in 1893. Frank remarried a Annie Elizabeth Hyde ( she was buried in the old Green Cemetery) but she was reinterred to another Cemetery, whereby, her son by Annie and Frank. I am trying to get the children linked to proper parent's etc to help current and future generations. This can be complicated at times.
Thank You for your message, the links, your time and helping and volunteering here on Find a Grave. You are appreciated by us. Blessings...
Carolyn Green Lanham
Added by C on Apr 19, 2016 7:51 AM
Look at her vault plate. The "r"in Hilliard is not the same as your suggested change from Eunice to Eurice. Note how the lines touch in Hilliard to make a "r". They do not touch in Eunice making an unusual but never the less "n." Hope things are well in Robertdon count. I'm now living in Nolensville, TN. Thanks again for your work in Find A Grave.
|Jimmie Leiderman||RE: Jal1102|
|Terry||RE: Matthew Fyke #7930230|
Added by Terry on Feb 22, 2016 9:04 AM
|Terry||Matthew Fyke #7930230|
He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit. Thank you so much, Terry
Added by Terry on Feb 21, 2016 10:34 AM
Sharon you have the wrong cemetery listed for Sarah Ann E Batts Ruffin, #101675879. She is in Batts Cemetery 8-3, along with her parents. I added all the Batts Cemeteries and gave them the #'s that were in the cemetery books located at the Archives in Springfield so it would be easier to identify them. Seems u have added them as well and now they are all mixed up.
Added by Sally on Feb 11, 2016 9:38 AM
Dear Sharon, I am the daughter of Louie Aamon "Jack" Clark and Verna Winona Scott Clark.
Mama and Daddy are buried at the Shiloh Methodist Cemetery on Hwy 56, in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. My youngest brother is also buried in this cemetery at Mama's feet. His name is Jerry Scott Clark. I was lookin on the "find a grave index" and the info is incorrect. My ancestry page is Barker/Clark/Hixon/Leiderman. Please feel to browse. I will be adding more pics and info as I have time.
I hope this helps in our search for correct ancestry information.
Please update your records.
Jimmie Andrena Clark Leiderman
|Adonica Lanning||RE: Headstone Photo of Mary Helen (Quade) Morgan|
You are so welcome. She was obviously a very loved woman.
|Cari Aiken||RE: Marion Russell Offutt Photo Fulfillment|
You're quite welcome.
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