|Tom Henry Carver (#46892416)|
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I was born July 2, 1950 at home in Monroe County, TN. My father was John Clayton Carver born October 30, 1901 in Monroe County, TN and killed August 29, 1968 in Blount County, TN. My Grandfather was Henry Washington Carver born December 17, 1874 in Murray County, GA and killed September 23, 1933 in Monroe County, TN. My grandmother was Sally Elizabeth Caylor born July 22, 1878 in Monroe County, TN and died March 24, 1967 at my Mother's home in Blount County, TN. My mother was Ellen Bernice Russell born December 31, 1912 in Oliver Springs, TN and died August 19, 2005 at Blount Memorial Hospital in Maryville, TN. Her parents were Solomon Russell born December 25, 1881 in Roane County, TN and killed September 19, 1944 in Oliver Springs, TN and Nancy Qumille Lively born April 7, 1887 in Oliver Springs, TN and died January 4, 1978 at my Mother's home in Blount County, TN.|
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Hi, I believe we might be related, my Carver lines exist in both Tennessee and Western North Carolina where I live.
|Anita Lawson||Re : Thomas Carver #18005466|
Was wondering if you have any more information on him? According to Hatcher geneology He was Married to Elizabeth Hatcher. Please take a look .Thanks,Anita
|Shelly||RE: Best and Tulloch family - Williamson Chapel Cemetery|
Thanks for the permission. Honestly, that's what I thought too ... that the purpose of posting photos, etc. was to preserve the stones in photos and to help others with their family genealogy; however, you would be surprised how many people have actually told me flat out NO that I could not use their photos. I've even had the experience where someone has demanded I remove a photo of a relative's grave because the person wanted to remember the relative in life and not death and because it wasthat person's photo I had to remove it. I did find someone else who was willingn to go out and take a photo of the same grave so I could use that photo. It's such a shame.
I have started going to antique stores to purchase old photos when they have writing on the back. I then use my Ancestry membership to attempt to locate family members who are working on that line and might want the photo back. I will continue to do this even though I was recently accused of being a gold digger. I told this person I did not want any money for the photo ... I wasn't asking for the cost of the photo or even the cost to ship it to them ... I am just someone who has experienced family members who have actually thrown out old family photos and documents which just broke my heart. Needlesstosay ... I have found someone else in that family line who was interested in the family photo and was more than willing to have it back FOR NO COST TO THEM!!! Sheesh ... LOL ... people never cease to amaze me LOL.
Again ... thank you so much for the permission ... I truly appreciate it.
Added by Shelly on Mar 08, 2012 5:44 PM
|Shelly||Best and Tulloch family - Williamson Chapel Cemetery|
Hello. We wanted to say thank you for the photos of the grave stones of the Best and Tulloch family located in Williamson Chapel Cemetery which you posted on Findagrave.com.
As for your photos ... may we have permission to post them (and any other of your photos of our ancestors' and/or their graves that you may have posted or will post in the future) on our Ancestry.com file. We post a message under the photo (see the text below for the content of the post). We have no interest in publishing any books or using the photos in any way other than for genealogical purposes. We have several things we post under the photos depending on the "owner" of the photo's desires. We have two below ... if you will allow us to post your grave photos on our Ancestry file then we'll place the statement of your choice. The second one has a _____ in it and that's where we would place your e-mail address so people can contact you directly for permission.
NOTE: This photo was obtained from a Findagrave.comphoto volunteer and the volunteer has kindly given me permission to post this on my Ancestry.com file. You must take the steps to contact the owner of the photo for permission to use this photo for your personal use ... permission is NOT granted by me for any use as it is not mine to give.
NOTE: This photo was obtained from a Findagrave.comphoto volunteer. Permission is NOT granted by me for any use as it is not mine to give. You must contact _______ for permission to use this photo.
Again, thank you so much for your kindness ... Find A Grave volunteers are wonderful people :-)
Shelly and Luzia
Added by Shelly on Mar 04, 2012 5:39 PM
I've sent a long message and copied the friend who is a Carver of Albemarle/Nelson Co, VA.
Added by DFmd on Dec 28, 2010 6:56 PM
I also have Lively notes from Albemarle CO, VA, where my Carver friend lives. :)
Added by DFmd on Dec 28, 2010 5:37 PM
I see you have the last name Carver. I don't know if you study your family's history, but I have a friend from Nelson CO, VA, who lives in Albemarle CO, Va, who has a parent who was a Carver there...and her roots have been there for many generations. I have a number of notes on the name.
Added by DFmd on Dec 28, 2010 5:29 PM
|DFmd||Jefferson Davis Kinser|
Please link my grandfather, Jefferson Davis Kinser, to his father, Francis Marion Kinser at 42066351
If you are not a relative of this man (there are only 3 living grandchildren of this man), is it possible that I might manage this site, as I do my other grandparents?
Doris Kinser Fountain
daughter of Fred Davis Kinser and Annie Elizabeth Watkins and granddaughter of Jefferson Davis Kinser and Rebecca Kittrell Kinser.
Added by DFmd on Dec 28, 2010 5:27 PM
|Floyd Allen Johnson||Same or not|
Tom, is Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery the same as Liberty Christian Church Cemetery. If not where is Liberty Christian? Thanks...
|Rachel Yount||Grayson Caylor|
I work for the East TN Veterans Memorial Association and I'm trying to research Grayson Caylor. Thank you for posting a photo of his tombstone!
I'm just having trouble reading it. Do you think it says Company R, 117th Infantry?
If you know anything else about him, I would greatly appreciate it if you would let me know!
Thanks for all your help,
East Tennessee Veterans Memorial Association
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