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Nashville Rambler (#47750320)
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Most of the memorials I manage are unrelated; I'm happy to pass them along to anyone who asks.

I'm an open source, crowd sourcing kind of person. I'm delighted for others to make use of my pictures for any informational purpose. I don't need credit, either. But I would like to get a line or two about what you are using it for, and/or what its meaning is for you: Use the edit tab on the memorial page where you find the picture (if I manage the memorial, that is.)

In the unlikely event that someone wants to use my work for commercial purposes, a use agreement will be needed.

My interests are genealogical and historical, so my photos are intended to emphasize information rather than burial setting or other aesthetics.
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Ben Jacobson
Messages left for Nashville Rambl... (36)[Leave Message]
Austin Spencer
C. Max and Louise Wiehle
In addition to their marker, I found one nearby for Louise Wiehle Knago, 1918-1984, who does not seem to have a memorial yet. If you create a memorial for her, I can post a photo of that marker as well.
Added by Austin Spencer on Apr 06, 2015 10:18 AM
RE: Yes
Thank you!
Added by gbk on Mar 17, 2015 9:38 AM
Joe Chester
Slawson/Chamberlain @ Mountain Grove
Thank you very much for the updates and helping to further connect families
Regards, Joe
Added by Joe Chester on Nov 06, 2014 7:00 AM
Elizabeth Nichols Fuller
Thanks for the correction on the birthplace. I wish Find A Grave would have a dropdown box for 'Colony' as well as state.

Added by Goddess on Jul 25, 2014 3:34 PM
Michael Palmer
Jennie F Beach

How familiar are you with Jennie F (Fairchild) Beach who is buried in Mountain Grove Cemetery in Fairfield, CT?

Added by Michael Palmer on Jul 11, 2014 3:29 PM
Correction for Grave Memorial #108377853
Zalmon Hall (1795 - 1884)
1st wife Rhoda Beach Hall (1795 - 1827)
Child - Beach Hall (1820 - 1896)
2nd wife Hannah M Bennett (1804 - 1865)
Louisa HAll (1832 - 1903)
Added by blnblu1 on Jun 27, 2014 1:46 PM
Robert Fickies
Re: Abigail Burr Wheeler
Sorry, I have no info on her family. I am NOT the creator of her memorial page. It was transferred to me to maintain.. Let me know if you have any info...
Added by Robert Fickies on May 25, 2014 5:28 PM
McKelden Smith
RE: Frank Carley Hunt
AS it happens, you were correct. He is buried there after all. Though it's surprising as I believe Minnie Nichols Hunt was his second of four wives.
Added by McKelden Smith on Dec 17, 2013 12:22 PM
McKelden Smith
Frank Carley Hunt folllowup
To follow up my recent note about Frank Carley Hunt, the cemetery sent me a list of those buried in Sect. E, Lot 28 (where Frank Carley Hunt is also buried): An interesting detail is that Minnie Nichols Hunt was, I believe, the second of Frank Carley Hunt's four wives. The cemetery has been extremely helpful and quick with answering queries.

Mary N. Brown Nichols
William J. Nichols
Sarah Louisa Nichols
Bradley Nichols
Bradley Hunt
Minnie Nichols Hunt
Charlotte A. Nichols
Bradley G. Nichols
Ida A. Nichols
Warren Bradley Nichols
Elizabeth Parker Nichols
Added by McKelden Smith on Dec 17, 2013 11:10 AM
McKelden Smith
Frank Carley Hunt
One of your names on Find A Grave is Frank Carley Hunt, wife of Minnie Nichols Hunt.

From the cemetery I found that he died 3 April 1969 and was buried there 7 April 1969 in Section e, lot 28.

His wife Minnie died much earlier than that, and he had a subsequent wife, so I am not sure where he is buried in relation to Minnie.

A point of confusion is that his name is very prominently carved on Minnie's stone, leading one to assume that he is buried there.

Added by McKelden Smith on Dec 17, 2013 10:52 AM
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