|Joseph Farmer (#47742307)|
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I am 22 years old and I have been interested in my family history for quite sometime now. I am especially interested in the Farmer, Porter, Danley, Pitt, Hulsey and Woodard familes in Robertson County, TN and the Reid and Eden families which were more concentrated in Macon County, TN. I will be glad to help anyone in any way I can. I love to go to cemeteries and take photos. It's not work for me, but a hobby so feel free to ask me to go find a grave for you. Also, if anyone knows anything on the listed families above in the listed locations above, please let me know!|
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|D Richards||McMillin Cemetary Pictures|
Good morning Joseph, I'm not sure how far you are from this cemetery. But this is my family. It would be great to have pictures, though that may be asking a lot. Thanks for any help that you can provide. -- David
|Shawdau||Serena Farmer Peck|
Thank you for your help with Serena's maiden name. I'm related to the Peck family, so I added her stone. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Added by Shawdau on May 03, 2015 4:41 PM
Memorial #123496225 In the Edwards Cemetery is listed as C. W. Patterson. His name was actually George Washington Patterson. His wife was Nannie Ellis Tomlinson Patterson. Thanks
|Syd Gardner||Many thanks ~|
for the heads-up on my putting memorials in Port Royal Cemetery when [although listed as though being in Port Royal Cemetery] they should actually have been in Port Royal's Benevolent Cemetery.
The corrections have been made, and I deleted a couple of duplicates that I had.
|RainbowGal||Henry Danley - Railroad Cemetery|
I have visited this cemetery twice, and have not found one Henry Danley. Could his name be Gus Danley. I am putting all the Danley markers in the cemetery. Please let me know if Gus could be his nickname. I am adding this marker as a new name.
|SLW||RE: Gassie Russell Rose|
I don't have time to try to find records for this one. I did a research paper in college on given names and since this is not a typical name (as gassie/ gassy meant the same thing then as now), I figured it was a typo. I imagine her name was either Gessie or Gussie, although Vassie was a popular name at one time. So if the family gave her name with accent it may have sounded like it had an "a" or the person transcribing the record may have just misspelled it. Leave it or change it, as you chose.
Added by SLW on Mar 28, 2015 11:36 AM
|Larry Morrison||Reid, James Henry & Parker, Laura Caleb|
Thanks for sharing the photos of the Reids. Would you allow use of the family photographs of the family on my family tree on Ancestry.com with the usual acknowledgement of ownership. The family is not direct lineage but is no less important to our collective effort. Best Regards, Larry & Carole Hoffman Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas.
I found a memorial for Thomas Farmer, b.1750-d.1818 on FindAGrave, #74240011, but it was not attached to a cemetery and did not have a picture of a headstone. You posted a headstone picture for Thomas Farmer, on FindAGrave #30564868. I am researching to see if these are the same person. Would you have any information on Thomas Farmerís parents or siblings? I will also make contact with others as well.
I would appreciate any information regarding Thomas Farmer----Iím trying to verify if he is MY Thomas Farmer.
Thank you in advance. Linda Farmer Hollen, Beavercreek, Ohio
|Melissa Barker||Carl Stringfield Transfer|
I am back. If you are willing, can you please transfer the memorial for Carl Stringfield in the Baggett Cemetery in Tennessee Ridge, Houston County, Tennessee to me. My contributor #46893715
Carl is the 1/2 brother of my husband's Great-grandfather and I am researching him as well as the entire Stringfield family.
Thanks so much!
|Melissa Barker||Mary Margaret (Dunn) Stringfield|
Hello, Thank You for transferring the George Washington Stringfield memorial to me. I am hoping that you would be willing to transfer the memorial for Mary Jane (Dunn) Stringfield to me as well? She is George's second wife and also his step-daughter, long story! Mary's memorial number in the Baggett Cemetery is #106960803
Thank You in advance!
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