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|I was chairman of the Monroe County Heritage Book. I am host of the Monroe Co., Tn Genweb. I do genealogy on the following Monroe Co. families: Williams, Millsaps, Arp, Cottrell, Clemmer, Isbell, Smalling, & Sloan.|
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|john vanzant||RE: Alexander Biggs home|
Many thanks, I found it on Google Earth (900 N Main St and Biggs st). The new photo is dated 2014. I see the home has been remodeled.
|john vanzant||Alexander Biggs home|
Alexander Biggs home built ca 1820 in Sweetwater and still standing.
Added by: Joy 6/09/2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 29083518
Can you provide an address for this home. Thanks, John
|Rick Hudson||Richard W. Hudson memorial 114403792|
Thank you so much for the photos of Richard and Tabitha's grave. They were my great-great grandparents. Could you please transfer management of their memorials to me. Richard W. Hudson 114403792 and Tabitha Parker Hudson 114403849. Thank you again for the photos and assistance.
|The Preacher's Kid||Nell Gentry|
When I saw your edit request where you mentioned Nell was your grand-aunt, I decide to just transfer her. I always feel these memorials are better off with family members who actually knew and care about these people.
If I have any other members of your family, Ill be happy to transfer them. It's an honor!
|BlueJeansandPearls||Thankful For JOY|
Thank you Joy Ten Times a Million for taking the time to find my grandfathers grave and my father's infant brother's. And taking the photo's for our family to now have record. We live so far away and as time passes the dates and stories get faded like blue jeans. We don't have to wonder or guess anymore. You completed the story for us. We will be forever and eternally Thankful. Always, Laura
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldiers|
Thank you for your generosity of spirit. Your help in finding the burial sites of the Civil War soldiers of Monroe Co. Tn, has done much to get these men included in the tombstone and burial place survey at the ETHC. You have done much to preserve these soldiers for both research and remembrance.
thank you for info and pic's.
|Lon W.||RE: Lonnie Efford/Madge Lee Watkins|
Added by Lon W. on Dec 22, 2013 9:50 AM
|Lon W.||Lonnie Efford/Madge Lee Watkins|
Found your pic of the tombstone marking the resting place of my grandfather, Lonnie E. Watkins, on the findagrave Website. Would like your permission to use the photo for "source" verification on my ancestry.com family tree.
Thanks, Lonnie Watkins
Added by Lon W. on Dec 22, 2013 2:18 AM
|Mary A Sloan-Bird||Isaac Burlison Death date|
My records indicate that Isaac probably died in 1846 in Monroe Co. There are records that show he made land transactions in 1843 and 1844 in Monroe Co.
Researchers with the Burleson Family Assn. also believe the date put on the stone is an incorrect year.
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