|The Preacher's Kid (#46487625)|
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I was born on the "South Side" of Chicago, Illinois. My family, originally Southerners, returned to the South when I was less than a year old. |
My father was a well respected pastor who led me to the Lord when I was seven years old. I was honored to have him baptize me later that same year.
I served in the US Army between the years of 1981 and 1983. I did my "permanent-party" duty at Ft. Campbell, Ky.
I am married with one child. I have always been a history buff, actually majoring in history at Cleveland State Community College in Cleveland, Tennessee and Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens, Tennessee. I am Southern Missionary Baptist, by religious persuasion and Republican in political persuasion.
I currently serve as Past Master of my Lodge and in many other offices, includeing: Funeral Master, District Deputy Chairman, History Committee for the Tenness Grand Lodge, F&AM. One of the proudest moments of my life came on 16 Jul 02 when I was raised as a Master Mason in Meridian Sun Lodge No. 50 in Athens, Tennessee. I also proudly serve as Past Master of my lodge. Furthermore, on 10 Sep 05 I completed my York Rite degrees and was dubbed "Sir Knight" in Athens Commandery #34.
For all gravers and genealogists, feel free to use any and all pics I may post. It gives me the greatest pleasure to assist someone in honoring a loved one who has gone on to their reward.
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|M. A. Claxton||Bettie Hicks transfer|
Thank you SO MUCH for transferring Bettie's memorial to my care. I really appreciate that and I, too, believe family are the best caretakers.
|M. A. Claxton||Esther Cariline Webb parents|
In case it gets lost in your e-mail, I am posting the parents for Esther Cariline Webb Woods through the edit feature on her memorial.
Thank you so much for adding her marriage information.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Nannie Ruth Davis Chadwick|
You are very welcome
|BlueJeansandPearls||RE: Thank you|
Dama Lillian Anderson Young
|Darwin Concon||RE: Pvt Benjamin Hawkins|
This is quite a pleasant surprise. Thank you very much.
Thank you preachers kid for posting the story on my great grandmothers cemetary post. My father didn't really know his grandmother. I see she had lots of grand children and great grandchildren. Non of who I know. It was kind what you posted Thank you.
|Darwin Concon||Find A Grave Memorial# 22676253|
When you get a chance, could you please add the following biographical information for the above GGGG Grandfather:
Unit: 3rd Troop (Commanded by Lieutenant Henry Bowyer), First Regiment Continental Line, Light Dragoons
Private Benjamin Hawkins appears on the company payroll dated January 1783 for $8.33.
Source: National Archives Microfilm M881, Roll 15
|Glenda Rowland||RE: Mary J. McKenzie Walker|
|Melanie Atkins||Nelson Carter Redman|
You posted a Nelson O. Redman at Memorial No. 22854227 in Spring Creek Methodist Church Cemetery in Riceville, McMinn Co., TN. I have enlarged the tombstone photo and can see that the middle initial is a "C" rather than an "O." Please correct his name to read Nelson Carter Redman.
I am researching the Redman/Redmond family for a descendant in Idaho who wrote, "John Newton Redman's father and grandfather fought in the civil war. Jasper Newton Redman in the 7th infantry and
Nelson Carter Redman in the 43rd under Gillespie's troops."
Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA
|Darwin Concon||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 22676525|
Thank you for your kind words and the transfer.
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