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Stephen Coffman (#47155351)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana. I entered the Air Force in 1968 and lived in Lebanon and Kokomo, Indiana before moving to Florida in 1976. After retiring I moved to spend my retirement years in Tennessee. I enjoy working on my family genealogy and have taken vacations to areas specifically for genealogical research. Although I don't have any descendents in the local area, I'm glad I can give back some by entering memorials and grave photos. I will be happy to transfer ownership of memorial. My family research names are COFFMAN, REED, GUNION/GUNYON, STOWERS, CARTER and a few more. The wife's side consists of CROWDER, GOSNELL, SCAGGS, CRUTCHFIELD and few more.
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B Fuller
RE: Gertrude Mason

I only send the info as documentation to any suggested change - name, link to parents, etc. Many will not make updates without documentation.

Thank you for making the updates.

B Fuller
Added by B Fuller on Jan 21, 2016 9:26 AM
Dottie Meadows
RE: Brackston Reeves
I am related though the Banfield's. Thank you.
Added by Dottie Meadows on Oct 18, 2015 5:29 PM
Dottie Meadows
Brackston Reeves
Thank you for the photo, I appreciate it and your time.
Added by Dottie Meadows on Oct 17, 2015 9:20 PM
Emile and Charlotte
RE: Red Warrior Cemetery
Mr. Coffman, yes, I will send directions tonight. It is a very difficult exploration as it is, as always, very steep incline and overgrown. There are two family plots that are being kept clear.
Added by Emile and Charlotte on Sep 29, 2015 2:07 PM
Jason Kendall
Thank you for transferring Jason's memorial.
Added by Kendall on Sep 09, 2015 7:18 AM
Colby Kingery
I must apologize for taking so long to respond.

Sarah Ann Stoker is the daughter of John Robert Stoker (1774-1842). Her mother was Sarah Ann Campbell (1780-1860). Sarah Ann Stoker was married to John William Graham (1822-1856). He is supposedly buried in Popular Grove Cemetery in Boone Co., IN. John William Graham and wife, Sarah Ann Stoker were married in Harrison, Boone Co., Indiana on 29 Feb 1844. Their children were;

Harriet Elizabeth
Henry Clay (my 2nd great)
Sarah Melvina
Amanda Jenny
Richard Albert

My grandpa's cousin, James Robert Graham IV had told my stories of his grandfather, that being Henry Clay Graham (Civil War Vet) and how he went to Indiana by buckboard and returned with his mother (Sarah Ann Stoker) because his sisters were not "treating her right".

Henry's son died the day after Christmas in 1904 and I have the letter he wrote to his son and daughter in Missouri regarding the death. The following year in mid September Sarah Ann was laid to rest in KANSAS in the family burial grounds. Henry died that December in 1905. I assume the death of his son (Consumption) and the death of his mother was too great a pain to burden and he died several months after his mother. His brother in law (on his wife's side) talked him into coming to Kansas. Henry and his wife (Melvina Catherine Cline) were cousins as their great grandparents were the same. His brother in law had also served in the war and was at Andersonville, Ga., POW camp. I have much more information on the Graham, Clines, Stokers and Fear families as they were a very closely knit group of families that often traveled together.Melvina Catherine (Cline) Graham's father was also in the Civil war.

Let me know if this helps, Colby
PS I have a photo of Melvina's uncle and is said to resemble her father.

Added by Colby Kingery on Sep 04, 2015 8:02 PM
Trish Boone
Charles Ward Brewer
HI Stephen, I meant to add to my last message that if you will notice on the photo of the grave marker for Rose Foster Brewer, Her husband's death date is left blank as in he was not dead at the time of her death and indeed did not die until this morning as aforementioned.

Trish B.Boone
Added by Trish Boone on Aug 29, 2015 2:26 PM
Trish Boone
Rose Foster Brewer
Hi Stephen, I would like to make a correction on your post for Rose Foster Brewer.
Her husband is indeed Charles Ward Brewer but he did not die in 1956. In fact, he died this morning Aug. 29,2015 at 4a.m. I know this for a fact.He is my uncle(my father's brother and I have known him all my life). I think that there is another Charles W. Brewer buried in AL somewhere. But the husband of Rose Foster Brewer is not the same as the one who died in 1956
Trish Brewer Boone
Added by Trish Boone on Aug 29, 2015 2:17 PM
Jerry Saylor
Noah Henry
Why is there a notation about not posting a tombstone photo for Noah Henry # 52328413?
Added by Jerry Saylor on Aug 23, 2015 9:23 PM
Bushong Weiss
Clay and Joseph Bushong
Thank you so much for the photo's.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Jun 29, 2015 9:46 PM
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