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I discovered Ancestry.com and got hooked on tracing my heritage. Find a Grave has been a wonderful source of information for me. I enjoy visiting historical cemeteries and the opportunity to find gravestones for others.|
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|Tory and Mary||RE: Jean Harriett Tweed Long|
Sigh, trying to make one person another; that is a no no in genealogy. I will go later today and see if I can find her. Anyone else you would like? obits?
|Mark||RE: Thank you for the McRae photos|
Your welcome. The cemetery is grown over and is in bad shape. Ms McRae's headstone has fallen off the base. You can see the base in one of the photos. It doesn't appear to broken. The other two are still standing. There also appear to be several graves marked only with stones.
Added by Mark on Oct 21, 2011 9:21 PM
|Geno-seeker||L. B. Boatright|
Would you post the photo for him on his original page? Thank you.
|Drew & Jan Myers||Thank you|
Thank you for your time in searching for Sadie Witt Montells grave and letting me know she does not have a headstone.
|Nancy Robertson||RE: Eva G McCoy|
Thank you for the correction, and thanks for the lovely photographs.
|Johnnie Glass||RE: Tweed headstones|
I have a photo of John Samuel's stone since I thought it would be related, but don't have a request to attach it to. If you want to submit a request or provide your email I will forward asap.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Templin|
Thank you so much for taking your time to get this tombstone picture for us, we really appreciate your help and it's a long ways from Tennessee to Texas.