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Halsey (#47111429)
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I currently live in middle Tennessee and have been researching my mother's family Loudermilk & Jenkins for over 30 years. I have recently begun researching my father's family in the Virginia-North Carolina regions for Flythe & Halsey.

My mother and I love walking cemeteries, taking inventories, taking and posting photos, and helping with errors, updates and linking family members.

I will gladly transfer any contributions I have created that are not directly related to my family and will always strive to provide responsive and courteous service and ask the same of you.
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jennifer slaughter
herbert sisco
any way there are any new photos of his grave available.thanks
Added by jennifer slaughter on Jul 18, 2015 10:58 PM
Brad Buck
RE: Sand Hill Whitley County
Whitley Co Ky is a bit far from my central Ohio base, but will keep it in mind if I get down that way. Lost my last close Ky relatives last year.

Brad
Added by Brad Buck on Jul 10, 2015 6:47 PM
Larry & Edie Doepel
RE: Lawson Cemetery Elk Valley
It is very, very possible. That was one of the most over-grown, ill-kept cemeteries I've been in! My sister and I found and photographed that cemetery. I drug her with me cause I was terrified I'd be snake bit and die before help could come. (No cell phone signal up there, either) If you click on the bottom picture on the main cemetery page, you'll get a bigger view...those few stones are the BEST ones we could find. The weeds were taller than me and that is no kidding.

And snakey. Ick

So "yes" is the answer to your question. It is very possible there are many headstones I couldn't find in all that mess.

Edie

Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on May 22, 2014 12:02 PM
Larry & Edie Doepel
RE: Lawson Cemetery Elk Valley
Oh gosh that's entirely possible.

My sister and I found that cemetery and took those pictures...I would never ever have gone there by myself. The weeds were taller than we are...the headstones we did manage to find were (ahem, pardon my french) hell to photograph. That was one of the snaky-est, overgrown, weedy, horrible cemeteries I've ever been to. The bottom picture on the main cemetery page? Click it to get a bigger view. Those graves there were the BEST ones we found.

This is no cleanly mowed, fenced in, pretty neighborhood cemetery. This one has gone back to wild...1968 is the newest burial I could find, and the day we were there I would have bet my last dollar that was the last year anybody had set foot there.

Now to be fair, that was in 2009. It's been what, 5 years since then? Maybe somebody has gone behind me and cleaned that poor plot of land up. That's always a possibility, & I sure hope that's the case. Were you thinking of visiting there? (Take a big stick to scare off the snakes!!) LOL

Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on May 20, 2014 11:39 AM
MN
Adkins Hearn Hill
Thank you for the photos of the headstones. I really appreciate them. MHN
Added by MN on May 04, 2014 6:07 AM
Brenda Oliver
Haywood Johnson, James Corum and Laura Haralson
Thank you for the great pictures and your time and effort in getting them for me. Much appreciated.
Added by Brenda Oliver on Mar 25, 2014 12:27 PM
Roger Moore
RE: Orbie Susie
I am interested in the Loudermilks, as they are related to my Aunt Orbie, sisters, brothers, parents, nieces and nephews.

However, before I ask any questions, I need to do my research on Ancestory.com. That will reduce the amount of questions I have for you.

Are you a member of Ancestory.com. If you are, my user name is moore007154.

Thank you for your help so far and your reply, I will have further contacts with you.

Roger Moore

Added by Roger Moore on Mar 12, 2014 1:37 PM
Roger Moore
Orbie Susie "Stewart" Loudermilk
Dear Sir, I respectively request that you link my Aunt Orbie Find A Grave #84512668 to her mother Rebecca Corley Find A Grave #111797663 and her father Winfield Stewart Find A Grave #17246242.

Rebecca and Stewart were the parents of my maternal grandmother Georgia Stewart, who lived in Bakersfield, California for many years, and with my mother (her daughter)the final years of her life.

As a young child, I remember at least two visits from Aunt Orbie to my grandmother and have many pictures of her. My grandma and Aunt Orbie had one other full sister, Clara James "Stewart" Gieck, from Colorado Springs, CO. I spent a weekend with her in Colorado Springs in 1971.

I really hope you have knowledge of Orbie and the rest of her family, I have had little luck as yet. I am an active member of Ancestory.com and my username is moore00754. If you are a member you should be able to find me.

Added by Roger Moore on Mar 06, 2014 10:12 PM
Bob Trapp
Self family
Thank you for the pictures of the marker for Roy and Ruth Self. I did not expect such a fast response with the weather conditions in Tennessee.
Added by Bob Trapp on Feb 23, 2014 4:18 PM
sandi gunter hawkins
picture
thank you so much for doing my picture request. it means a lot.
sandi
Added by sandi gunter hawkins on Feb 16, 2014 5:40 PM
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