|Hallie Price Garner (#47075277)|
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I have been researching families of Hancock and Hawkins Co. TN for almost 30 years, as well as the Blankenbeckler family from Smyth Co., VA. I particularly work on Greene, Trent, Price, Drinnon, Heck, Debord, Amyx, Jones, Clonce, Hileman, Carpenter, Altom and Gonce families. I really appreciate people on Findagrave!|
I also work on my husband's Burford, Garner, Barnett and Vetter families in Cleveland and Dallas Co., AR.
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|April Russell||RE: Your Findagrrave entries|
|Bobby Sexton||John Alfred Murrell|
I saw note that John A. Murrell died in Civil War. Can you supply info on his Army Unit? I assume he died from wounds he suffered during the Civil War. Headstone dated 15Sep1865--- Civil war ended 9Apr1865 more than five months prior to date on headstone. Thanks in advance for any info or documents you can share.
|Rosemarie Roberts||RE: Fraziers of TN|
I've tried to do editing so we shall see what happens in a couple of days. Ruby Jewel Frazier married Leonard Cecil Farrar 5 Sep 1936 in Grainger County, TN. His memorial #66468612.
Georgia died 8 Sep 1989 in Crawford County, Georgia. She married Robert L Williams 12 June 1943. I have not found out anything else. I posted Samuel & Augusta's obits. You will see they had another daughter, Florence Gertrude Frazier McGowan, my Mom. She just passed away Christmas morning and my brother passed away New Year's Eve. It's been a rough month. Samuel left TN. and joined the army. He was stationed at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore which is where he was married. When he left the service they moved to D.C.
|Demaris Miller||Josephine Humphries Dean|
Hallie: Although I am a Humphries, I have been unable to connect this family to my own family tree. However, my grandfather, John David Humphries (1873-1942, Georgia) had two snapshots of some of this family in his possession. The photos are faded, but I believe I could enhance them if anyone is interested. In one, Daniel White Dean and Josephine Humphries Dean with their daughter, Mary Lucille Dean (about 5 or 6). The second is of Zack S. Humphries. Both snapshots were made in front of a white clapboard house. I assume the photos were made about 1932-33 in Lee County, Virginia. I do know that Grandpapa visited this area in the 1930s as he traced his Humphries relatives -- with pencil, paper, and camera -- all over the country. Demaris Guest Humphries Miller
|pc||RE: Guilford Garner|
Thanks very much, I think mine is probably spelled Gilford, just thought I should check. PC
Added by pc on Nov 08, 2014 9:09 AM
Could your Guilford Garner in the Garner Cemetery ever have been married to a Mary Collins and had children Miles Emery Garner and Narcissa Garner?
Added by pc on Nov 07, 2014 7:47 PM
|VictorOSchwarz||RE: John C. Drinen-Drinnon|
We may disturb J C if we move him around too much. Maybe we had just better leave him be until we find definitive information. If he wanted to be by Susan we certainly don't want to take him away. She has a big enough monument for two. Too bad he didn't at least scratch his name on it.
|VictorOSchwarz||J. C. Drinnen|
In regard to above gentleman we have talked about I have found this. There is no sign of him being buried in Home City South. There is absolutely nothing in vicinity of his wife there. I talked to the Marshall County Historical Society and they have him buried in Home City North but a question mark beside it. I just talked to the gentleman who keeps the book on Home City North and he wasn't quickly able to find anything but promised he would keep looking and get back to me. I know that when I walked the Home City North a few years ago and recorded the markers I didn't record any with that name. It is possible we won't find anything definitive. He could have been buried on a lot that belonged to someone else. My only question to you: do you know of any relative that might have donated a space for him to be buried?
|VictorOSchwarz||RE: John Drinen-Drinnon|
OK, Fairview Cemetery is often known as South Home City. It is one miles south and 1/2 east from Home City. Next time I am there (which probably will not be too long) I will take a look for him.
|VictorOSchwarz||John Calvin Drinnen|
I am wondering about the placement of the above in the Home Cemetery. I was there yesterday and didn't locate a marker for him. It is a very old cemetery and 1937 seems quite late for a burial there. As his wife was buried in the Fairview Cemetery (also near Home City) I am wondering if perhaps this was the place of his burial, too. Other Drinnens are buried at Frankfort. I don't know about John, but just raising the question because it seems out of place in the Home Cemetery.
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