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Walter Chisholm (#379)
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Gary Parker
RE: Hamm memorials
Thanks Walter, I have corrected the matter.
Gary
Added by Gary Parker on Dec 08, 2014 9:32 PM
Sandra Adams Schrieber
Have a Merry Christmas
Hello dear cousin! Was down there in Mitchellville, Tennessee in September for a family reunion. Did not have enough time to visit you. So I am wishing you a Merry Christmas for you and your sister Betty and family. Hope you are all doing well. Will be down there in 2 years for the next family reunion and will make sure I have enough time to visit. Take Care

Sandy
Added by Sandra Adams Schrieber on Dec 07, 2014 4:14 PM
Diane Brooks-Moore
White Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Mr. Chisholm, I can not tell you how delighted I was to find the memorials for Harriet Oats, Peter, and MZ Williams. Peter was my husband's great grandfather and Harriet was Peter's mother in law. I have been researching them for about 3 or 4 years now and have quite a bit of info but still lots of blank spaces. Could you tell me if you got this info from the cemetery or some other source? We were told that it would be almost impossible to get to this cemetery. Also, do you know if there is a grave for Lizzie Williams? Lizzie was Peter's wife. Any help you could give me would be so greatly appreciated!!!!
Thank you!
Diane Brooks Moore
Added by Diane Brooks-Moore on Aug 06, 2011 8:27 PM
 

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