|Jennifer Craig (#47265898)|
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My friends and family tell me I have an old soul. Since childhood I have enjoyed hearing stories from the past and studying history, especially the history of my ancestors. I enjoy learning about their hopes and dreams and how God worked in their lives, during both times of blessings and times of trial. |
In my spare time I enjoy visiting old cemeteries to honor the memory of my ancestors and to further my genealogy research. I also enjoy the fresh air, exercise and sense of adventure that accompanies my genealogy travels.
These passages inspire me in my genealogy quests:
Remember the days of old;
consider the generations long past.
Ask your father and he will tell you,
your elders, and they will explain to you.
But the plans of the LORD stand firm
forever, the purposes of his heart
through all generations.
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I wanted to say hello. Aaron Powell and Tabitha Vick Powell are my 4th great grandparents. I saw Aaron Powell in your family cemetery so we must be cousins. I'm decended by way of:George W. Powell, Marie T.Powell Desmond, Effie Desmond Carr, Lillian Carr Abbott, and Nancy Abbott Hixson. I am Charles. I've been working on the family geneology off and on for years and got some information I had not seen on the Vick line from your posts. Thank you for your work.
Added by Charles on Feb 07, 2015 4:52 PM
|Floyd Tellor||RE: Related|
Yes Elmer Tellor was my grandfather, I visited several times with Mike & Ethie Dangbar in Carbondale in my younger years they were very nice people I worked with Charlie Dangbar in Carbondale also. I have heard about the Tellor get togethers but some thing always happens and I miss them. When I have more time I will e-mail you about the Tellor site it sounds very interesting.
|Mark Holland||Alto Pass Cemetery|
You posted a picture of the Alto Pass Cemetery. Can you tell me where that cemetery is located? I'm trying to find it on a map.
Are you related to the Tellors buried in Alto Pass I remember well uncle Melvin and his wife. If not would you transfer them to me Thank You.
FYI - This is the caption for the photo you posted on this memorial and through some investigation I found out that Nancy's maiden name is Reaves/Reeves and that she was first married to Robert C. Waugh and I found the marriage record.
"Fate Sanders' previous wife, Mary Caroline Pounds Sanders, is buried in the Sanders Family Cemetery. He is buried next to his last wife, Nancy Adline Waugh Sanders".
Just wanted you to know and I attached a death record showing this and that she is buried in the same cemetery as her second husband, James.
|AZLITE||Almeda "Alma" Craig Morse|
Thanks for the additional information for Alma. I have added it to her memorial and given you credit for providing it. I also created a memorial for her first husband Dink, linked them and linked her to her parents. I appreciate your help.
Added by AZLITE on Aug 04, 2013 5:38 PM
|Gail Deck||Powell Cemetery, Gibson Co, TN|
A hearty "thank you" for your work in documenting/photographing/posting cemetery records. We appreciate your efforts very much.
Questions for you: Are you a descendent of the Powell family? Where did you get the great information/bios for John C and Eliza Powell? I would like the source info so I can add it to the Powell family tree.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sincerely, Gail Deck
|Pamela Tyner Dietrich||Photos|
I was wondering if you would mind if I used some of your photos for my family tree on Ancestry. I would totally give you credit if you wanted. I am particularly interested in the Batson, Craig photos.
Thank you in advance,
Pamela Tyner Dietrich
|Cathy Estes Sparks||Capt. Nathaniel Basse|
Noted that we both descend from the early colonial settler (your 10th, my 11th great-grandfather, I believe), & share the same faith. Glad to have another cousin on Find A Grave! :)
|Charles Eugene Logston||Private Thomas Clark|
Enjoy managing your third-great-grandfather's memorial site. I know that it would mean a lot to you. My relative, Jospeh Logsdon (71764810), is also buried at Poplar Grove. He was killed at the Battle of Fort Gregg on April 2, 1865. It's nice that these Civil War veterans have someone to remember them.
Blessings to you and Happy Thanksgiving!
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