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|Freddy Brown||Tracy question|
Can you tell me who Mary Katherine Tracy buried in Cox Cemetery in Dallas County, Texas is? I am researching the Tracys in that area. My wife descends from the same line in Allen County, Ky before they migrated to Farmer's Branch, Tx area.
Freddy and Jannice (Tracy) Brown
|SeverinW||Stoneciphers in Mount Bethel Cemetery|
Do you happen to know anything about the Stoneciphers buried in Mount Bethel Cemetery in Bradley County, TN? Several of the children of Henry Absalom Stonecipher died unmarried and are buried there. There is also a marker for an Emma Harvey Stonecipher wife of Abram Carter Stonecipher. The markers for Abram, his wife, and his unmarried sisters seem to be new.
I think his wife Emma Harvey might have been buried elsewhere specifically Oak Grove Cemetery in Rockwood, TN and a mistake might have been made when ordering the tombstones.
Added by SeverinW on Jun 06, 2014 11:04 PM
Thank you for the transfer of Uncle Marvin Dunn to us.
|Alexa||Charley Maddy grave|
Thank you for giving him a place in the family, which most researchers don't even know he existed.
Added by Alexa on Sep 08, 2013 6:33 AM
|Debbie Hatterman||Lannis Fountain Sutton|
Here is a link to his son, Dallas Minor Sutton, That shows the headstone and dates. You have the wrong death year. A Grave Memorial# 37540563
|Robert Batty||Lannis F Sutton|
I have been advised that Lannis F Sutton was married to a Gertrude Beverly in California for about a year. I do not find any proof. Do you have any information about this marriage or could you steer me in a direction that might help me. Thank you.
Can you transfer my uncle, Raymond Robinson (58962415) to me (48073602) Thanks
Added by Don on Jun 17, 2013 11:27 AM
|Donnie Ruyle||Melvin Howard Cohoe|
Thank You for adding the information.
|A. L. Schmidt||THANKS|
Thank you for the recent transfer of Pearl Covington's memorial.
|Donnie Ruyle||Homer & Edna Cohoe|
Thank You for the transfers.
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