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What a wonderful way to honor our heritage. I enjoy history and photography, and finding my ancestors. Some of these memorials are a result of that research. The majority of my information is from Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. I welcome your suggestions and corrections. I'm also happy to transfer any memorials that aren't directly related to me. Surnames include Rainey, Goodwin, Wilkerson, Lamm, Mulholland, Davis, Keith, Jones, Caraway, Biesel, Lawrence, Bradshaw, Bundy, Livengood, Freels.|
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|smokymtngal||Nancy J. Lawrence #47965722|
I notice from your bio that you are researching the Lawrence Families. I hope you can help me verify that I am on the right track. I found today a Graves County, Ky marriage license for Nancy Lawrence to W. O. Stafford 14 April 1901. They were married at the home of the brides parents G. H. Lawrence. There is a G. H. Lawrence in the same cemetery as this Nancy. In the cemetery where W. O. is buried (#14054618) children are listed there in an obit but only one mother is listed. I have tracked some of the children to mother Nancy McMullen and some to mother Nancy Lawrence. Do you have any information on this family?
You may email me privately
Thank you so much
Brenda Beasley Branham (#47965722)
|Ms. Clyde||Ruby Lawrence|
Your memorial for Ruby is 70832250
I created one earlier at the same cemetery; it is 28840427
Please check on this possible duplicate.
|Clinton Slayton||# 35162380|
Thank you for posting an image for Bunyan Mickey, but could we please ask you to remove it, it is superfluous to need, and will constrain us from adding more images.
Thank you, I am the partner of Julia O Mitchel, great grand niece of Bunyan M, we manage our memorials together.
|Don Ferguson||Fern Goodwin|
Could she have been my 4th grade teacher in Lima?
|Historiana||RE: Florence and James Thomas Watts|
Thank you so much! It's a long sad story - grandpa only knew his parents briefly, until the age of 7 when he was placed in an orphanage after some family tragedies. He knew where his parents were buried and always wanted to place a stone there, but being on the other side of the state, the opportunity and funding never allowed for this action. Our family is delighted that someone locally placed a stone there - thanks again for volunteering with Findagrave!
|Historiana||Florence and James Thomas Watts|
Hello, was very surprised to see a memorial stone for my great-grandparents in New Hope Cemetery. If you are connected to this family, would love to talk more. If you are not, could you transfer management please? James Thomas Watts #75242807 and Florence Warren Watts #75242812. I have just connected their two children to the memorial, but I have a lot of information I can add to their memorial such as birth and death dates.
|Frank Shanklin||Trying to get in touch with you.|
Been trying to get in touch with you. Must not have your current email address.
|Russ Teer U.S. ARMY (disabled vet)||Campbell's|
Thank you so much for transferring my family to me.
|Stephanie Thomas||Leo T. Wilkerson|
I'm not sure how all this works,but I came across this name and it is one that I recognize from my family. If you are related to Leo,I would love to talk to you. Leo was married to my great grandfather's sister,Hattie Thomas. I just recently became "hooked" on finding out about my family and having some trouble finding living relatives. Thank you,Stephanie Thomas great granddaughter to John Thomas.
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