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Genealogy has been my full time hobby for the past four years. I spend most of my free time graving and ansearching. In my "real" life, I work in the criminal justice field, but I was able to spend most of 2010 proudly working for the U.S. Census Bureau and learned to greatly appreciate proper genealogical documentation! I am a second-generation native Floridian that moved to East Tennessee. I am glad to be up in the South and close to the homelands of my ancestors! I love fulfilling photo requests and appreciate the good karma that comes along with it! Adventuring to local cemeteries helps me get to know the area and I discover some beautiful places. Most of the memorials I add are not relatives, and I am happy to transfer them.
*Permission is granted to use my photographs on this site for your own personal genealogy records and to add to your ancestry.com files privately. I must be contacted before using any of my photographs in any published work, credited or uncredited, or on any public website*
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|Jdewey||James Eugene Williams, Sr|
Find A Grave Memorial# 82350659
... was placed at the wrong cemetery ... Free Will in Lake co. is on NWCC prison grounds between the Mississippi River & Reelfoot in northwest Tennessee.
From the obit, he belongs in the Knoxville area in/around/about Washburn in Grainger co. east Tennessee ... presumably at a cemetery with a Free Will Baptist church. (His parent are in Jefferson co., the next county south.)
Edit his burial to be UNKNOWN until found.
Added by Jdewey on Jul 28, 2014 1:13 PM
|Lieberman||Grantham in Chateron Cemetery|
You are listed as maintaining the memorial for Nathan Grantham. Are you related to him? I am and I am looking for information about his father Elijah Grantham.
Would you please let me know?
|Teresa McBee||William Lafayette Moore|
Thank you for your time and efforts in providing the clear headstone photo.
|Ronald Bicknese||Rogers graves|
Thanks for the photos of the four Rogers grave stones! Willoughby was my 1st cousin 3x removed, nice to have recorded photos of the location of their final resting place!
Willoughby and Sarah had several other children still to be located!
Thank you so much for adding photo's and locating Minyard Conner Sr and Jr
Added by Whaley on Feb 16, 2014 7:29 PM
Thank You for the headstone photos for Charlotte and Jack.
Your work has value to me.
Added by minpar on Feb 16, 2014 6:37 PM
Greetings! I am hoping that based on your post we are Youngblood relations? If so, how wonderful.
Thank you for your message regarding the photo of John Tanner which you believe to be Elijah Youngblood. I've got some information, but it would be a long discussion. Would you mind emailing me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more?
I'd also love to know if/how we are related!
my great-great grandparents are buried there also. Luke Cross, et-al. I originally got the information from the Randolph County Library many years ago and ran across it in my files (which I have never digitized). The gent who took the pictures in the cemetery is the real hero in this story. It is my understanding that just getting to the cemetery is a real trip. It is located in the Randolph County Landfill but he has assured me that it is protected.
Added by Mike on Feb 08, 2014 9:35 AM
|Kathy Neal King||RE: Straw Plains Cemetery?|
Good Morning! Sorry it took me awhile to see this. Strawberry Plains Cemetery is just past the Jefferson County line on your left traveling on Andrew Johnson Hwy (11E). Turn left on Old Dandridge Pike, and left again at the stop (Old Andrew Johnson Hwy.), the cemetery is on your left. It is right behind Rush Strong School in the business district. It was tricky for me to find too! Happy Hunting, Kathy King!!
Thank you for posting the Calvary Catholic Cemetery graves. My great grandfather was orphaned by the time he was 8, so information from that part of the family is sketchy at best. We have his mother's wedding band which gave us a lead, but with a name like James Kennedy you can imagine the haystack I've been digging through to find his father. His mother, Mary, died the one year Tennessee decided not to issue death certificates. So again this record and photo are priceless to my family's history. Thank you for helping me fill in these holes in our family's history.
Added by JHall on Jan 06, 2014 10:42 PM
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