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Dennis Holt (#47675956)
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Bio Photo I live in Cheatham County, Tennessee just outside of Nashville. I started getting interested in ancestry and doing the research on my relatives as well as my wife's family. Most of her family is local and fairly easy to research. I was born in Memphis. My Dad was born there also, but Mom was born in Parsons. Finding graves of ancesters is a challenge and Find A Grave has made it easier to do research on some people I could not find.
I have taken an interest in the local cemeteries and trying to get as many added to the list that I can. If you see someone that I manage that is a relative of yours and would like me to transfer the memorial, please let me know. Now if the person is a relative of mine, I may or may not transfer, but will consider.
I heard a quote one time that Family and Friends only die at the point we forget them. May we never get to that point where our Family and Friends really die.
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James Andrew Nelson
There are two memorials for him, in two different cemeteries, both created the same day. Yours, #115211297 has him buried in the "Black" Cemetery, and includes his obit. The other, #115212432, created by Gayle Black, has him buried in the "Lone Oak" Cemetery, and includes personal photos.
Added by acybersleuth on Aug 25, 2015 1:21 PM
My family transfers
Thank you so much for the transfers of Frank, A.J. and Eliza Burney. And Elbert Goff and Rosa Burney Goff. And thank you for all the hard work you do here on find a grave.
Added by James on Aug 03, 2015 5:56 AM
RE: Willis Morgan
Ok with me.
Added by lcarter on Jul 21, 2015 4:30 AM
Willis Morgan
Dennis, it is under memorial 114171861, Pittie Morgan. She was my grandfather Willis' sister. He is marked with a ** indicating half sibling. There were no half siblings.
Added by lcarter on Jul 20, 2015 5:29 AM
Willis Morgan
Willis is not a half-sibling of the Morgan children. He was a son of Charles Hiram Morgan and Mary Ann Baggett. He is my grandfather.
Added by lcarter on Jul 17, 2015 9:57 PM
RE: Susan Theodocia Morgan
We do not know where they are buried, however, I believe that Cornelius may be buried in the Morgan Cemetery (just recently located). About three years ago several of us Morgans among others discovered the cemetery just inside the Cheatham County line. It is on the land that we have every reason to believe was Willis Morgan's. There are 10 unmarked graves and accounting for those we feel sure are buried there Cornelius could be and probably is. Acenith we do not know. She could be buried there since the land (or part of it) as I believe wound up in the hands of a Stewart (not necessarily Acenith's kith and kin.
Added by lcarter on Jun 01, 2015 12:21 PM
RE: George Binkley
You are more than welcome to use the photo in your family history papers.
Added by neverforgotten on Apr 26, 2015 8:29 PM
Daphene Willoughby
Lucas Stanford Barnes
Lucus Stanford Barnes and his wife, Harriet Juckett Barnes had a daughter, Penelope Barnes Thomas. She was 92 when she died at Hopkinsville, KY. She was born May 2, 1902 in Montgomery County, TN. She married J. J. Thomas, who was a preacher. She died May 16, 1994 and was buried in Salem Cemetery, Liberty, DeKalb TN.
Added by Daphene Willoughby on Apr 11, 2015 10:13 AM
Carey Lawrence
Thank You!!!
Thank you so much for posting the picture of Charles Edward Anderson! He was my grandfather's grandfather. They all were from that area. I actually had the opportunity to travel to that cemetery when I was a teenager. Thank you again for your help!
Carey Lawrence
Added by Carey Lawrence on Apr 04, 2015 11:48 AM
Diane Darby
Ray photo
Thanks so much!
Added by Diane Darby on Mar 25, 2015 4:04 PM
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