|Debbie Cromwell (#13744498)|
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Thank you to all of those Findagravers that have sent me corrections, relation links etc. to the memorials I have put on findagrave. Many things have been going on & I'm VERY, VERY far behind in making the corrections & family links requested. Please know that I'm not ignoring you & that I will get to these corrections & additions. However, it will take awhile. I have saved ALL of your requests & suggestions.|
If you find a submission of a relative you would like to have, and it's not my relative or dear friend, please contact and I will be happy to transfer the memorial/memorials to you.
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|Betty Roberts||RE: Hattie Alma Burts Tawater|
Wow! Talk about being behind. . .I just today logged onto Find a Grave for the first time in months. I was so excited to see your response. I am very willing to share information and learn more of what you know. I'm leaving to TX around 5-5:30 am tomorrow, 18 June 2013. I'll be there until 30 or 31 July. Perhaps we could meet and exchange what we know. Please email me a the email listed on my contributor page OR call me on my cell: 801-787-1533. We can exchange addresses, etc.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
|Jack Eslick||RE: Dabney Cemetery|
Debbie, I would be glad to transfer the Dabney memorials to you if you would like them. I am no relation to them. My family lived on the plantation next to the Dabney family. The large Dabney cemetery is located at the back of the plantation on what was the property line between the Dabney and Eslick plantations through the 1800's. The small Dabney cemetery is close to the road where the Dabney family lived. It is such a sad cemetery that has been neglected for many years. There are still so many old stones in the cemetery which is very unusual for rural Tennessee. There were many more head stones I could not get a good picture of because of the lighting. The cemetery has been taken over by the forest. Very sad! If you ever come back to Tennessee the maps on the Dabney cemeteries are exact locations but the large cemetery you will have to walk quite a distance to get to it. Just follow the fence row back to the woods and there it is. I noticed one of the Dabney women was a Day before she married. Before my family bought it the Day family owned the plantation my family owned. Jack Eslick
I am so glad that I located the photos of John Overton and Eliza Day Dabney for you to enjoy. As you might have guessed, the Dabneys are distantly related to me as well. Good luck with your research!
Dabney Denbrock Corbi
Added by Dabparis on Jun 01, 2013 7:17 PM
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||Robert Cathcart|
Thank you for creating his memorial then transferring it to me. I doubt I would have found his location if you hadn't created the memorial.
Debbie, thank you so very much for Ruth Hash Sturgill memorial. She will be taken care of. We would also like to say thanks for finding her and putting her on Findagrave. God Bless you and your family.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||Robert Cathcart # 10547495|
Please transfer his memorial to me. He is my 7th great grandfather.
|Tom Tyler||Viki L.Tyler#22486980|
Hello,my name is Tom Tyler #47558746,please transfer her to me,she is my first cousin,thanks.
|bcullisi1||Re: Asa Cullison|
Thank You for the transfer. Much appreaciated
|Julie Hance Wojtowicz||A. Rust|
Debbie, thank you for transferring A.Rust to me.
|Beverly Mahanay-Short||Grave Transfer|
Writing to see if you will transfer Rev M. T. Walker his #10307631 he is a brother in law to my great grandfather. His wife is also in the cemetery but you do not have her listing. I would so apprieciate it if you will do this.
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