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Gary & Nancy Glenn Clampitt (#47164411)
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Bio Photo If we have created a memorial for a close relative or friend of yours we will be happy to transfer it to you.
Family names are Fortenberry, Clampitt, Trimble, Mabry, Carter, Wilkerson, McFarland, Bell, Henderson, Glen, Glenn, Simril, Stanton, Boyd, Johnston, Neel, Spratt, McGee, Overby, Flippen, King, Ferguson, and Henry.

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Avaline Matilda King Tallant
Thank you for posting the gravesite information for this person.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 01, 2016 2:40 PM
Lila Cole
Creed Taylor
Thank you so much for that transfer! I was afraid to ask but I would love any of that family branch you have, as they are my 3xgreat grandfather's family!
Added by Lila Cole on Jan 02, 2016 2:20 PM
Jenn and Jade
Thank you for the transfers! I would be happy to manage them. :)
Added by Jenn and Jade on Nov 23, 2015 8:11 AM
Dorene Loveall
William Robertson FAG # 69186174
While adding to my Robertson Ancestors I found a memorial for William And his wife that list a lot of data and their place of burial. It was made after yours was. But the data it contains, I believe, should be kept. Please check them out and tell me what you think. You can link their daughter to those memorials so she can stay linked. They are: Rev. William Robertson Find A Grave # 104852832; and Eleanor Pitcairn Robertson, Find A Grave # 104874494. After you look these over, please let me know what you think. Thank you for making memorials. It really helps connect our families.
Added by Dorene Loveall on Nov 10, 2015 3:40 PM
Mary McAllister
Uriah Riley Wilkinson
Uriah Riley Wilkinson is listed as being in the Old Seabolt Cemetery. It is a small private family cemetery and no burial services are being held at this site. Please recheck your records and delete this entry.
Added by Mary McAllister on Nov 01, 2015 6:54 AM
Mary McAllister
Nancy Wood Wilkinson
You have shown that the above named person is in the old Seabolt Cemetery. Please recheck you records; there are several Seabolt cemeteries in this area. Ours is a small private cemetery and no longer have burials.
Added by Mary McAllister on Nov 01, 2015 6:49 AM
Robert Wells Jr
John Glenn Jr
I am researching the Glenns and Martins of Lincoln(Gaston) County. Could you contact me at robert.wells@yahoo. I have a few questions.
Added by Robert Wells Jr on Oct 31, 2015 11:24 PM
Teddy Burt
I've noticed in my Glenn research you an I have some of the same relatives. Would be interested to see where our paths cross.
Added by Teddy Burt on Oct 30, 2015 5:40 AM
Dale Davis
Blanche Belle Flippen
This Lady is not buried in the Pauls Valley Cemetery. She is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery located about a mile south of Pauls Valley. Her husband is also buried at Mount Olivet.

Pauls Valley Cemetery was closed circa 1905. It is located on the south bank of Rush Creek and was endangered by the meanderings of the creek.
The cemetery was sorely neglected and overgrown with weeds until the City of Pauls Valley took over maintance in the 60's.
Added by Dale Davis on Aug 07, 2015 2:03 PM
bart eason
RE: hello cherokee..
most are on Chickasaw rolls..
Added by bart eason on Jul 27, 2015 8:56 AM
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