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Dean Wilson (#867)
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Bio Photo My name is Dean Wilson, I am from Dayton Tennessee. Dayton happens to be the location of the 1925 Scopes Trial.

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Phyllis Nelson
Permission to Copy
May I have permission to copy your photo of the gates to the Chattanooga National Cemetery for my Family tree on Will give you credit for the photo. Phyllis Nelson
Added by Phyllis Nelson on Nov 21, 2015 3:13 PM
L. dalesandro
Thank you so much for the quick transfer. I have already updated some new information and hope to add a picture soon. I grew up in Chattanooga not too far from you. I have been away now for about 15 years.I now live in Florida and I really miss the mountains and change of season in Tennessee. Thanks again!
Added by L. dalesandro on Sep 18, 2015 6:45 PM
Sherlocks Cousin
James Alexander Headstone
Thank you for taking a cousin's headstone. Definitely appreciated.
Added by Sherlocks Cousin on Aug 26, 2015 4:45 PM
Marlene Bell
Cindy Ruth Dale Hennessee
Memorial # 103141723
Added by Marlene Bell on Jun 21, 2015 1:10 AM
Marlene Bell
Cindy Ruth Dale Hennessee
Do you know who posted this memorial? She was my sister and it won't let me add birth information to it. I was going to link her to our mother's page, and couldn't do that either. I noticed you added the pic of the cemetary entrance. We have three siblings that have passed since that memorial was posted. The person that added it didn't leave any contact information. Thanks.
Added by Marlene Bell on Jun 21, 2015 1:09 AM
Nancy J. (Greer) Hall
Some years ago I took a photo of her tombstone in that cemetery. I wonder if her tombstone is even there all.anymore. Her family moved to California shortly before my mother was born in 1910.

All the photos I took of my families' graves are missing. I would like very much to verify this tombstone still exists.

Thank you.

Yvonne Self, great grand daughter of Nancy Greer Hall. My Email address:
Added by Yvonne on Apr 06, 2015 12:07 PM
Thompson Cemetery
Would you have any information regarding the Thompson Cemetery? I'm trying to locate Thomas Thompson's wife Pricilla Looney. His memorial is #12262366. Their daughter Pricilla Thompson is also buried in the same cemetery. As his wife preceded him in death, I'm guessing she is buried in the same cemetery.

Thomas and Pricilla are my great-grandparents many many generations back.

Thanks, Sharon
Added by Rogers on Nov 09, 2014 10:35 PM
Cathy Watts
Corvin Corrections
Dean, Thank you for the Corvin corrections. As always, I appreciate all of the hard work that you do.
Added by Cathy Watts on Aug 28, 2014 5:35 AM
Peggy Prather Price
RE: William V. Prather
Okay, I see, I accidentally clicked your name. Sorry.
Added by Peggy Prather Price on Aug 10, 2014 10:46 PM
Peggy Prather Price
William V. Prather

I would like to request the memorial for William Prather #93514619 to be transferred to me. William was my great Grand Uncle, and he, along with James Prather died in Richmond, during the Civil War. For years, my uncle (dad's brother) wondered where they were and we searched to no avail. This of course was before everyone used computers. I have a letter James wrote to William telling him not to enlist, that the measles were bad and the Confederate Army didn't need him. Needless to say, William enlisted anyway and like his brother, succumbed to the measles there in Richmond, VA. Thank you so much.
Added by Peggy Prather Price on Aug 07, 2014 7:58 PM
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