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Michael J. Rea (#47214779)
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William Matheny
Thank you for the transfer of William Matheny, and thank you also for the work you do for Find A Grave! Patricia
Added by PPC on Mar 01, 2015 8:52 PM
Michael Butler
Benjamin Franklin Waggener
Hey Mike how are you'll doing?
b 10 Oct 1832 Martin d 11 Apr 1902 Martin Married 20 Apr 1854 Martin Emerline (Emma) A J Potts b 10 Jun 1935 Martin d Jun 1900 Martin. Mike Since they both were born, married, and died in Martin you would think they would be buried in Martin. I can't find any records showing where buried. Thanks Mike if you have a minute to see if you might be able to turn up anything.Thanks Mik God bless you.
Added by Michael Butler on Feb 24, 2015 4:17 PM
Ron Idom
RE: D W Harper
Thanks a bunch, I appreciate your contributions to F/A/G. I am going back and trying to fill in links and add complete names when I can. There are numerous females whose memorials do not have their maiden names and thus they are not linked to their family/parents.

Ron Idom
Added by Ron Idom on Feb 24, 2015 8:41 AM
Sarah Mikkelsen Carson
Doris Rowlett Warden Hood
Thank you for making the edits.
Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Feb 23, 2015 8:24 AM
W. A. Grubbs
Thank you and it looks good to me. I don't think anyone has been able to locate Sarah or Malinda. Sarah is in 1870 census Davidson CO, but died before 1880.
Malinda and W.A. lived in Craighead Arkansas in 1900 and is more than likely buried there. W.A. was a widow and back in Weakley CO in 1910. Malinda had at least 10 children with Joseph Castleman.

If you want to add his first name is William
Added by MHN on Feb 21, 2015 12:40 PM
Sherri Hammond
RE: F.M. Gardner
Yes, I believe it is OK to change the name to Francis Marion, but if you prefer to be more cautious you can change it back to F.M. and then enter an explanatory note in the text area. On 1850 census he is shown as Marion, but on 1880 he is shown as Francis M. Gardner.

As I noted to Bonnie, the habit of naming children in honor of relatives from an earlier generation can get confusing, especially when those named are of similar age even if technically in different generations.

I believe the name probably goes even further back in the Gardner family--I did a search on this site for "Francis Marion Gardner" and got a total of 9 memorials (not including the F.M. Gardner in Texas, who was a first cousin once removed from the one in Tennessee).
Added by Sherri Hammond on Feb 12, 2015 4:53 PM
Bonnie Waters
Thank you for the transfer of Francis and Mary's memorials. I don't know why I had them in the wrong cemetery for years. It must have been a senior moment!

Added by Bonnie Waters on Feb 12, 2015 8:24 AM
buck ivey
Ivie Cemetery
Michael, Thank you for posting this cemetery. I am from Ivey family in Virginia. Many of my Ivey relatives moved to Tennessee and changed last name to Ivie and Ivy. Hoping you have more information on this family. The patriarch I believe was Benjamin W. Ivie married first to Eliza Ivie ( his first cousin) and next to Mary C. House . His daughter Susan Ivey Dority , Lewis A Ivie and wife Martha Montgomery are all posted in this cemetery. I was wondering if you found any unmarked or hard to read stones that may have been Benjamin W. Ivie. He died in 1882 . Also both of his wives may be buried there. I see Lula Bettie Ivie Williams is in this cemetery. Many more of Lewis's family are buried there. I see you have posted other Ivie graves in the area. Are you related. Benjamin Ivie/Ivey was my gggg grandfathers (Anselom Ivey) nephew. David Ivey of Brunswick County, Va ,father of Eliza Ivie was living in Williamson County, Tenn. and died in 1848. Thanks for any information you can provide.
Added by buck ivey on Feb 02, 2015 4:31 PM
Jo Ann Kelly
Cartwright transfer
Thanks for your fast response and transfer of Cartwright memorial.

Appreciate it!
Jo Ann
Added by Jo Ann Kelly on Jan 31, 2015 10:54 AM
Patricia Remali
jack, Virgil and Viergie Patteson
I was so glad to find all of these Patterson, all my family! I really appreciate getting info on wives.

Thanks again, for posting my Patterson family

Patty Patterson Reamli
Added by Patricia Remali on Jan 29, 2015 10:18 AM
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