|Judi Fryer (#46850465)|
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One of three survivors of Hughes/Fryer family. Daughter of William Joseph Fryer and Anna Mae Hughes Fryer. Born in Lexington, KY.|
I am researching the names: Hughes, Lucas, Morgan, Davis, Cummins, Hale, Works, Ireland, Kenney, Cook, and Kennedy.
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'He spake well who said that graves are the footprints of angels.' ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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You submitted a memorial for Maurice Mullins. I tried to edit the info by using his death certificate. The death certificate lists his birthdate as Aug. 14, 1903. However his headstone lists a different date. His brother, Teddy Mullins was the informant on the death certificate. Not sure which is correct--probably the headstone, so please ignore that edit. According to his Ky Death certificate, his parents were BC Mullins and Elizabeth Jane Shearer. He was born in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Ky. He died in Newport Ky (Campbell County) after a shoot out between bootleggers. Maurice died from gun shot wounds.
Added by Robin on May 07, 2016 1:57 PM
|Doug Schultz||aaron r. freyer|
are you related to aaron r. ???
|Jackie Crupper||Mary A. Claypoole|
Thank you for your information. Mary A. Claypoole was my great grandmother. You have her husband at the time of her death listed as U. Grant Hughes. He was actually married to Mary's daughter Ella Mae. I can understand how you made that connection since he was so much older than his wife. I can verify this because my father lived with Ella Mae and Grant (as she called him) Hughes after his mother died when he was just 12 years old. My grandmother (Mary A. Claypoole) never married after Elijah Claypoole died. Mary's maiden name was Hill. She married my great grandfather Cornelius Hill and after his death she married Elijah Claypoole. I am not sure who Lucinda Hughes was.
|EHL||56145652 Private Arthur Fryer|
Posted a photo of his grave.
Added by EHL on May 13, 2015 6:29 PM
|D. Singleton Shell||Thanks,|
That was a pretty butterfly :)
Judi, I just visited Jack's memorial and was moved to tears. What a stunner he is! I'm so sorry for his loss. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. My Angel FurKids and beloved Craig met him at the Bridge to help him cross over.
Again, my deepest consolations to all who knew and loved handsome Jack. ❤
Have a good weekend. Fondly, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Oct 17, 2014 8:29 PM
|Jan Wyland||William Tuggle|
Judi, Thank you, very much, for the referral to the cemetery. I will be sure and call to check this out. When I get some conclusion to the issue, I will post it on William's memorial in an effort to help others in the Tuggle family. Again, thank you for your help and for your work on the cemeteries.
|Jan Wyland||William Tuggle|
Hello, I am a descendant of William Tuggle and so appreciate all the find-a-grave contributors. I am hoping you can help me with something regarding William Tuggle's burial. Your contribution shows his grave site in the Camp Nelson National Cem. Yet, a record in Ancestry (U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775) states he is buried in Antioch Christian Church Cem., Clark CO, Muddy Creek Road, Berea, KY. This is so confusing to me and makes me wonder if he was buried in the church cemetery and then moved to the National Cemetery, or if a grave marker was just erected in the National Cem. This does not sound rational to me so then I think there must be some misinformation somewhere. Do you think you can help me figure this out. Thank you for any assistance.
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|D. Singleton Shell||Photo|
Thank you, dear friend. :)
Judi-Thank you for the updates and links :) Laura.
Added by Honor on Jul 17, 2014 10:34 AM
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