|Casey Winningham (#47280434)|
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"Show me [how you care for] your cemeteries and I will tell you what kind of people you have."|
All of my ancestors for at least six generations are from Fentress county Tennessee. I have a great deal of interest in the history of that area.
Some family names are: WINNINGHAM, ATKINSON, COOPER, WRIGHT, CONATSER, MASSINGILL, BEATY, HOOVER, KING, ROBBINS, YOUNG.
I would love to have old family photos and would be glad to share mine!
I have found many cousins here on Find a Grave and would like to meet more.
"If I didn't have those people back there, I would never have had anything to write about. That's where I got all my stories from. My life is from them. … I'm going to do everything to keep up for them, in memory. That is my duty from now until I die."
- Author Ernest J. Gaines explaining why he takes care of an old cemetery on the former plantation where five generations of his ancestors, going back to slavery, are buried.
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I'm a descendant of Adam Kern (1762-1838). I am interested in the picture of his cabin that you have posted. Would you mind if I post it on my website? Also, can you tell me anything about the picture?
Added by Haloupek on May 05, 2015 12:19 AM
|Carolyn Ellis||Caroline Kay Haney, Rone, McIndoo|
This one is #62186197. I have run across another Caroline Kay McIndoo #40942867 buried in Burton Cem., Owen Co. Indiana. This last one has an obituary posted with it and I am just wondering which one is correct. This last one also has a tombstone with the name McIndoo it says Rone was buried with his first wife. I can't fine where John Rone was married twice. This is very confusing. Can you throw any light on this?
|Ruth||RE: Shaving cream on stone?|
Your stone is quite beautiful. We are doing cemetery records for several cemeteries which have few, if any, written records. I apologize if it looks like we did anything to harm your stone. We do use lighting and shading, and spray water sometimes to get a readable photo. We use a soft brush to clear debris when needed. We respect every stone whether it is new or old.
Added by Ruth on Apr 20, 2015 7:57 AM
Daniel Chester Robertson Jr.
Birth November 23 1955 in Connersville,Fayette County,Indiana
Death March 21 2007 in Decatur County Hospital,Greensburg Indiana is the son of
Daniel Chester Robertson Sr.
Birth October 20 1909 in Rock Castle County, Kentucky
Death April 30 2000 in Laurel, Franklin County, Indiana, (Buena Vista) and
Evie L Lunsford
Birth February 19 1913 in Jackson County, Kentucky
Death September 28 2002 in Sunman, Franklin County, Indiana
|Kathy Phelan||RE: Mary Elizabeth Barker|
Why not add her maiden name of "Hamilton" and leave it for now. You'd think the other person would have noticed that there was already a listing.
Thanks for all you do.
|Wabash Valley Genealogy Society Cemetery Committee||Zenor|
Casey, thank you for your working with me on the Zenor matter and Thank You for your work on genealogical history!
|Kathy Phelan||Mary Elizabeth Barker|
Mary has passed away 3/13/2013 - this listing is now a duplicate
|Larry Gardner||Photo over to Wikitree|
Casey, can I use one of your photos of Burch Cemetery in Monroe County for Wikitree. Wikitree is free, and no one makes any money.
|Mary Ann Senger||Farners Station Cemetery, Owen CO, IN|
Would you please turn over the management to me of my great grandparents, Thomas and Mary E Gantz, grave memorials ?
#63836674 and #63836689
Mary Ann Senger
|Mary Ann Senger||Find A Grave Memorial# 62186197|
Here I am again Casey. You have taken a picture of my great grandmother's grave,Thank You, and I do know her dates. 13 July 1855 - 15 February 1925. By the way, she was married three times and all died before her. The last two marriages were to widowed men. I have been to her grave site and found it in bad shape. Weedy and many of the stones were toppled. The people who own the property were very nice to let us go through their land to get to the burial site. Many are my relatives. (not the Burtons)The farm used to be the Kay Farm and that is how we knew it.
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