RE: Smmers Dean Cemetery My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be glad to help with the Dean question in any way I can.
My contact in Breckinridge was a distant cousin, Bob Moorman, who took me on an "over the river and through the woods" trip when I was there 5 years ago to visit some of the "lost" graveyards. I took photos at some of them, but did not personally visit this particular site. However, I would be happy to take it over if you would like to transfer it.
Smmers Dean Cemetery I have this cemetery located in Glen Dean "where Highway 703 stops, cross to gravel road. Cross Daniel's Creek and go up the hill, bear left to fork and turn right. Follow road through field."
From "Breckinridge County Cemeteries, Vol. 1" published by the Breckinridge County Historical Society.
Frank Chenault I'm looking for the burial place of Sgt Frank Chenault, d 1919 at the age of 23. He was buried in Anderson County. There are no details of parents in his dc or his obit. He was a 1918 graduate of Wofford college...had to belong to someone. Can you help me?
I am interested in knowing whether you and I are related. My paternal grandmother's maiden name was Chenault. Her name was Dorothy Louise Chenault and her parents were Guy and Ella Streible Chenault. I don't know much about the Chenaults in my family but I'm trying to do my genealogy to find out who everyone is and how we're all connected.
RE: Annie B. McBeath Thank you for the obituary for Annie B. McBeth and the pictures that you added to her memorial. I do appreciate these additions. Could you also add the pictures to the memorial for her husband, Bishop Henninger McBeath? Thank you.