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Brandy Wells Murray (#47722656)
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Bio Photo *****On March 25, 2013, my father, Johnny Mar Wells passed from this earthly world to the kingdom of Heaven.
Please flower my family members in my virtual cemetery of my dad and others if you have time.*****


I am currently researching every memorial I have to find any information that can make the memorial more valuable to others. I am going in order of the Trigg County Cemetery book for Trigg County.

Current Cemetery in progress: East End, Trigg County, Ky. As of 12/05/2015, I just starting the Ns in East End. This cemetery is a lot of work!

If you find a duplication, it is not intentional. It will be from a cemetery that I've not researched yet. I will get to it...promise!!

As of 12/02/2014, research is complete at the following:
Trigg County Cemeteries:
Alexander Cunningham Cemetery
Alfred Herndon Cemetery
Atkins Cemetery
Bacon-Crump Cemetery
Baker Cemeteries
Balentine Cemetery
Barnett Cemetery
Bayliss Cemetery
Bethel Church Cemetery
Blakeley Cemetery
Blanks Cemetery (All 3)
Blunt Turner
Bridges Cemetery
Bristoe Lancaster
Bryant Cemetery
Burbridge Cemetery
Burke Cemetery (both)
Cain Cemetery
Calhoun-Joiner Cemetery
Cantrell Cemetery (aka Dunning)
Carloss Cemetery
Carney Cemetery
Carr Cemetery (both)
Cave Springs Cemetery A-A
Cerulean Cemetery
Coleman Cemetery (#s 1-4)
Cook Cemetery
Corinth Cemetery A-A
County Poor Farm Cemetery
Cox & Cox #2
Crenshaw (All 3)
Crown Hill Cemetery
Cunningham-Mayes Cemetery
Cunningham-Trigg Furnance Cemetery
Tom Cunningham Cemetery
Curling Cemetery (both)
Daniel Cemetery
George Daniel Farm Cemetery A-A
Darnall Cemetery
All Dawson Cemeteries
Delmont Cemetery
Dooling or Bridges Cemetery A-A
Drury Bridges Cemetery
Dunning Cemetery
East Cadiz Baptist Church Cemetery
Griff Calhoun Cemetery
Jeff Stewart Cemetery
I.N. Burnett Cemetery
Little Mill aka Bacon Cemetery
Robertson-Hite Cemetery
Skinner Calhoun Cemetery
Wall Cemetery
William Bridges Cemetery
Caldwell County Cemeteries:
Blue Spring Cemetery
Christian County Cemeteries:
Bainbridge Grove Cemetery
Hale Cemetery

This research is a long on-going process. I enjoy researching my family and learning about others that I never got to know. I am only here to find my family, but spend countless hours helping others -IT IS WHAT I ENJOY DOING. If you've not stepped foot in Christian County or Trigg County, then don't assume that you know more about a cemetery.

Family names: Stewart, Turner, Goodwin, Haydon, Larkins, Atwood, Wells, Boren from the Christian County/Trigg County, KY Area.From Smith County, TN the Murray/Gibbs Family. The Murray line has led me to the Gross, Madden, Hewitt, Ferguson, Blossom, Roe and so many more names.

I am from Christian County, Kentucky. I lived in Cerulean, Gracey, and Hopkinsville my entire life until 16 years ago when I moved to Tennessee. So everyone understands my memorials I enter...I am not a NUMBERS kind of member. I am a GENEALOGY kind of member. I don't like people who are rude and numbers people. It's about OUR family history being done correct. I maintain the majority of the memorials in Robertson-Hite Cemetery in Trigg County, Ky. Kathleen Boyd transferred them all to me after I requested the Larkins to be transferred. She maintains a lot of memorials as she has taken on her husband's since he went home to be with the Lord. I will honor and maintain each memorial with the highest respect. _____________________________

When I go to a cemetery that has my family members in it, I enjoy taking pictures of the entire cemetery (time permitting). I do not have any issues with anyone taking and using my pictures of the headstones that are in your family tree. However, if I have added pics of a person, please ask before you use them. If anyone has information on any memorial that I have added,please send me a note thru the edit link on the memorial. I will be happy to update/link family members. It's about our history.....keeping everyone together for our future generations to have. _____________________________

Happy Graving! I never thought I would enjoy something so much! Be blessed folks!
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Camille Johnson
RE: Cheatham family of Trigg County, Kentucky
Thank you for wanting to help me. Frank Cheatham was my great great grandfather. He was born Dec. 8, 1865 in Kentucky. His parents names were Kit and Laney Cheatham. I am having a hard time finding Laney's maiden name. I found a marriage record for a Dalana Pinner and Kit Cheatham, but I don't think that Pinner was her maiden name. I think that she got married and her last name was Pinner. Frank Cheatham married Maggie Civils. Thanks for all your help in my search. Camille Johnson
Added by Camille Johnson on Feb 11, 2016 7:44 AM
Camille Johnson
Cheatham family of Trigg County, Kentucky
Hello Brandy, I am also a family historian. I am currently looking for any information on Frank and Maggie Cheatham of Trigg County, Kentucky. Thank you for the research that you have done. Camille Johnson
Added by Camille Johnson on Feb 11, 2016 6:25 AM
Larry & Edie Doepel
Hazel Cross
You are such a sweetie! Thanks so much for the kind words. Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.

Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on Feb 04, 2016 7:30 AM
Larry & Edie Doepel
Hazel Cross obit
I'd be very happy to put it on the memorial. I'm not related either, but I'd be happy to transfer her to you if it would make your research easier.

Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on Feb 03, 2016 2:42 AM
Gail K
J Rufus Smith
I understand that James Rufus was the son of David Smith's first wife Safronia Scruggs. He is my husband's great grandfather. Which sibling are you related to?
Added by Gail K on Jan 23, 2016 8:13 PM
Kari Olson
Miranda Shanklin Waters
Hi , please check to see if I have it correct now.
Added by Kari Olson on Jan 22, 2016 2:35 PM
Mike F
Bless you! :)
Added by Mike F on Dec 11, 2015 12:05 PM
Muriel Brooks
thank you, again!
I took your advise and talked to Kim at the library. She did know the property and gave me the name of the owner. I spoke with him and he's going to let us photograph the cemetery. So thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
Sometime when your at Eastend maybe we could actually meet. I'd like that.
Added by Muriel Brooks on Dec 11, 2015 7:26 AM
Muriel Brooks
I enjoy photographing the cemeteries. I'm not from this area, I was raised in the East, so I'm not looking for family, people like me are doing that back east. I have learned so much though, each cemetery is an adventure. Maybe you can help me. There is a very old cemetery out on 68&80. It's in a field on the left heading toward the LBL from Cadiz. There's a fence around it and it's all grown up. There is also an electric fence around the field. I'm trying to locate the property owner to ask permission to photograph the stones. Do you know anything about that one?
Added by Muriel Brooks on Dec 09, 2015 7:10 AM
D. L. Casey
RE: Zinkers
Hey thanks for the Zinker and the story. As I understand it, the Zinker's were sold by salesmen, Funeral homes, Newspapers or from Magazines. They were ordered and came un-assembled. The local Blacksmith or plumber assembled them(solderer)and the information plate about the deceased was screwed on. I bet there were a lot of things hid in them! They were considered a Cheap headstone, but have weathered the years better than the expensive real stone ones. Thanks again. Casey

0 and the information about the deceased was screwed on.
Added by D. L. Casey on Dec 08, 2015 11:39 PM
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