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Judy Carter-Hanson (#46487488)
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Mary Bob McClain
RE: Melissa Whitwell Perry Co. Tn.
Thank for you doing that. I have the photo of Mary Melvina and her husband which is posted on her grave at McClain Cemetery in Lewis Co. Tn. If you would like to see it.
Added by Mary Bob McClain on Dec 20, 2014 9:14 AM
Mary Bob McClain
RE: Melissa Whitwell Perry Co. Tn.
Just state that photo is a Judge Whitwell's 2nd wife Mary Melvina Cooper Kilpatrick Whitwell.
Mary Bob
Added by Mary Bob McClain on Dec 20, 2014 7:01 AM
Mary Bob McClain
Melissa Whitwell Perry Co. Tn.
The photo you posted is my gg grandmother Mary Melvina Cooper Kilpatrick Whitwell. My family has the orginial photo.
Mary Bob McClain
Added by Mary Bob McClain on Dec 19, 2014 6:06 AM
Scott McCain
RE: Haydens in Blunt County
Judy, You are managing and listing each of the following Hayden's in Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery. J.(John)Claude Hayden, Jessie McLeod Hayden, Jesse Oliver Hayden, Lucy A Oliver, Mary Ella Hayden, and Nancy Jane Cole Hayden. Another contributor has listed all of these buried in Tabernacle United Methodist Cemetery in Locust Fork, Alabama, both cemeteries are in Blount County. Since her listings contain pictures of each burial with their named headstones, I must assume her listings are correct. Before I make a trip to visit is there a way to confirm this. Thank You, Scott McCain
Added by Scott McCain on Nov 02, 2014 2:38 PM
Scott McCain
Haydens in Blunt County
Hi Judy! There are duplicate postings of several Haydens in Find-A-Grave. They are listed in both Tabernacle United Methodist Church Cemetery and Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery. Are these two Cemeteries one and the same? I would like to visit my family gravesites there and before I make the trip I would like to be sure of the locations. Thanks you so much! Scott McCain
Added by Scott McCain on Oct 15, 2014 12:45 PM
Chris Mills
Mable Parrott
Hi Judy,

I can't transfer that memorial to you, I don't control it. Most of my memorials in Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills were transferred to Misty & Company. You need to go to the memorial, hit the edit button, clcik on suggest any other correction or addition, then fill out the message and tell them how you are related to Mable and ask for a transfer.

They really need to add a link on the memorials that says "Ask for transfer", hopefully they will do that sometime.

By the way, the procedure I outlined above is the best way to ask for transfers on the site. Many of the contributors who maintain a lot of memorials will only accept transfer requests through the suggest a correction option. Doing it as a message to the contributor is not the best way to do it. In this case, as you can see, you left me a message because I created the memorial and I don't control it any more, so I can't transfer it to you.
Added by Chris Mills on Mar 23, 2014 7:18 PM
RE: Whitwell Pictures
Thanks for the pictures. With moving to Texas, I have not kept everything up to date. With your note I realized how much of Martha Ann Whitwell's branch I don't have input yet. Will try soon.

Added by Darlene on Mar 06, 2014 9:17 PM
Linda McMurran
Morgan ancestry
Hi, I am descended from Charles Randolph Morgan. Wondering if you have info on Anny Graves Cherokee ancestry. I am also stuck at her first husband, Charles Morgan. From I find that he was born in 1800 in TN and died in 1842. Thanks for any help you can provide.
Added by Linda McMurran on Nov 12, 2013 8:17 AM
RE: Martha Ward
I found the answers to the questions I asked. I noticed you had already posted them on findagrave.
Added by jtatum on Nov 04, 2013 11:17 AM
RE: Martha Ward
Happy to do it. The stone occupies an interesting site at the top of the hill. The whole graveyard is on a small hill and stones almost cascade down the sides. This is a rather old cemetery with several unmarked sunken areas. Let me know if I can help with others in this area. This area of Beech Creek was an early settled area of Wayne Co.
Do you have her parent's information?
I have that Pleasant William Ward also married Annie Lou Whitwell.
I do not have children for Pleasant William and Martha Sutton Ward.
Added by jtatum on Nov 04, 2013 10:42 AM
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