|Linda Pack Clemmons (#47014950)|
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My Daddy took this picture and named it "Home made hair cut". My brother, who was 2 years older than me, had just given me the new hair style. When Daddy asked me what happened I told him but I also assured him that I said "Thank you" when my brother had finished.|
I do research on several family names: Pack, Preston, Wheeler, Ward, Scott, Smith, also on my husband's side: Clemmons, Edrington, Kessler, Marshall, Heilman, Duvall, Stickley.
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|Charles Smith||David & Bettie Lawson|
Thank you for the quick response and excellent photo's of the Lawson markers.
|Jane Bridges Clay Border||Marsha Burgin & Lowell Irvin|
Thank you so much for taking monument picture of my two cousins. Appreciate you volunteering to do this.
|Janet Smith||RE: Nola Lemaster Preston|
Glad that you responded so quickly. I am very excited that we might get to share information about our common heritage. I am on ancestry.com and will add your email as a guest to my page. Plus I manage a closed Facebook page called Preston Family Stories. Just send a request and I'll gladly add you. I actually lived at the homeplace at Williamsport until I married. My sister inherited it after Mom passed away. Sadly it burned down earlier this year. I believe there were actually 5 generations of Prestons and descendants who lived there through the years after G.L. and Julina built the house after the property was given to them by her father. Before I forget, here is a copy of Nola's obituary....
Mrs. L. T Preston Dies Sun., May 5 …… Mother of 10, Victim of Short Illness
Mrs. Nola Lemaster Preston, 49, died in her home in Williamsport at 3 A.M. May 5, after a short illness.
Mrs. Preston was the wife of Rev. L T Preston. She was born on November 21, 1896 at Fuget, the daughter of R. M. and Lydia McKenzie Lemaster.
She had been a member of the United Baptist Church at Concord since 1920.
Surviving besides her husband are nine children, Cecil, Rosco and Wayne, city, Richard, Ypsilanti, Mi, Ray, Hager Hill. Mrs. Hammie Price, Williamsport, Helen, Guy and Floretta at home. Another daughter, Julia Lee, preceded her in death on October 1936. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. Lydia Clark, and two sisters, Mrs. Fred McClure, Thealka and Mrs. A. L. Brooks, Paintsville.
Funeral services were held at the Meade Memorial High School on May 7, by Rev. Foster Rigsby. Burial was made in the family cemetery at Williamsport, under the direction of Jones Funeral Home. .
Paintsville Herald (Thursday 5-16-1948)
There is a photo request for Bush Cemetery in Clark County, KY. I would be happy to fulfill it as well as photograph the other graves that have not yet been taken. I saw you previously added a few. Do you have an address or directions as to how to get there? Thank you!
Added by JInno on Jul 17, 2014 11:45 AM
|Carol Cooper||Ballard's @ Grove Hill Cemetery|
Linda, you said there were several Ballard's with Thomas J Ballard's tombstone. If I request them you said you would post them. Could you give me a list of name, cause I don't know if he had a spouse or children. Then I can do photo request for you. Thanks for the information and letting me know there were more available.
Thank you so much for taking the time to add his pic.
Added by Karen on Mar 06, 2014 2:35 PM
|Perry Brantley||George F. and Margaret Keene|
Thank-you for the outstanding pics...!
|Fred Smith||Georgia Willis|
Thank you so much for the beautiful picture. Fred Smith
|Joanne Close||George N Smith Photo|
THANK YOU so very much for the photo of my husband's grandfather's grave. What a super surprise. How ever did you do that in this snowy winter? Surely Hope you got there before the ice did.
Is the Smith family that you follow connected to my husband's? Are we in the same Smith family? I am eager to verify what Ive been told about them.When I was much younger, those still living were very kind to me and gave me a typed home developed family tree with notes on all the descendants of all the sibling from earliest times into the mid 30s at least. It was written originally by probably George Ruben- George N's father. If we are related somehow, it might be useful to you too.
Again my profoundest gratitude- for this personal gift and for all your efforts for Find A Grave. You are an inspiration. Joanne Close
|Joanne Close||George N Smith Photo|
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