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Christopher Nance (#46859364)
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Bio Photo My name is Christopher Alexander McCowan-Nance I live in California with my husband Terry Nance. I am a politician the youngest person in the history of the State of California to run for state Assembly.

On here mostly doing family research, my great grandparent were Claude and Gleda Jernigan.
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PSprinkles
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Thank you I added your name behind my cousin's name to varify you are owner I love it when people share the old photo's
Added by PSprinkles on Jan 06, 2013 2:31 PM
Nancy Whiten Haney
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My husband, Gary Haney is a great nephew of Floyd and would like to know the identity of the children in the photo. I was told by a tree owner on ancestry.com that the boy behind Dock is Floyd. Would you happen to know the identity of the others?

Thank you,
Nancy Haney
Added by Nancy Whiten Haney on May 23, 2012 9:20 AM
imagal49
Frances Ledbetter 1828
I'm sorry to tell you that here in middle TN, any headstone dated prior to around the 1880's has almost no chance of survival. They were made of sandstone and degrade almost completely within 100 years or so to the point where no inscription remains.
Additionally, this cemetery is much too new to have a burial that old. There is a cemetery next to it (Good Hope Cemetery) which has some graves that date back to the mid-late 19th century. I've canvassed that entire cemetery, and photographed any headstone with even a jot of inscription - there are quite a few with no inscription hers may be one of them, but there's no way to tell.
Can you tell me how you came to know that she was buried in this area? Perhaps that'd help in at least identifying which cemetery she may be interred at.
Noelle
Added by imagal49 on May 12, 2012 8:12 AM
 

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