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I'm from McNairy County, Tennessee. I found this site while working on my family tree. I have a passion for genealogy. Greatfully I have found my mom and dad's sides of the family back for several generations. I'm happy to be a member of this website. Also I appreciate everyone's contributions of "Flowers" to my mother Hattie Louise Lowrance Yarbrough, my brother and sister Charles Lynn Yarbrough and Glenda Ann Yarbrough, and any of my memorials. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.|
My photos are available for non-commercial use.
I've met many wonderful people on this site and I'm thankful for all of them.
Mom ~ Louise
Brother ~ Charles
Sister ~ Glenda
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|Betty||Looking for Stinnett Graves|
Hey Sue, so glad to see you are in McNairy! My family is looking for the graves of William Stinnett (1789-1847) and his wife Catherine Smith Stinnett (1801-1848).
James Monroe Stinnett (born 1820), was one of their three children, and was county judge in Ouchita County, AR. Marissa Stinnet was one child, and the other was Thomas L Stinnett.
Thanks so much!
Added by Betty on Aug 12, 2015 9:37 AM
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Photo of Eber North Plunk on FAG|
Hi...I was wondering if I could use your photos on Find A Grave for my ancestry tree? The line connects by marriage. Thanks, Robie
|James||My family transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfers of Alvie and Hallie Finley . And thank you for all the hard work you do here on find a grave
Added by James on Aug 03, 2015 5:58 AM
|Country girl ♦||Hey Sue|
Are you guy's ok down there???? Haven't heard from you in a while. Was going to try to run sites today, but the site don't seem to work for me today.
SO SICK OF RAIN AND STROMS--SURE BE GLAD WHEN IT LETS UP !!!!
|Country girl ♦||Oh, yeah|
check out the site-reposted picture with what I have done so far.
|Country girl ♦||old picture|
Hey Sue, I think I can fix this picture better, but it will take some time--did a little--cropped it and will work on it more when I can--Storms have moved in, so I don't know how long my computer will work--the price you pay for living rural--it's worth it-;<)
|David Mayo||RE: Hi|
You're very welcome. Been pouring here too, but now the sun is out!
Hope you have a good day.
|Esther Kinder||Thank You|
Thank you so much for the birthday flower left for my Son Jim it means a lot to us.
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||RE: Arnold Lee Elam|
Thank you. It makes sense that he would be buried at the same cemetery as his mother. Just needed to be clear as the DC stated Stantonville. I can not find where his father is buried, Wesley V. Elam. Thanks for all the work you do.
Thank you so much for visiting my granny Anna on her Birthday. I know she would have appreciated it. Best regards, Maja
Added by Maja on Jun 27, 2015 1:09 AM
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