|C. J. Baker||Manley Family Tree|
I noticed that you left a message on Geraldine Randle Manley's memorial page. I am searching for other Manleys. My husband's tree has Frances Manley married to Elijah Baker. She died in 1849. He is related to her son Elijah Washington Baker called "Wash" Baker. Do you know anything about this? Frances was Born Oct 14 1798 in South Carolina.
|Gay Hobt Morton||William Gilrearh|
Thank you for the proof of burial for this Civil War soldier. His information is added to the registry of Civil War graves at the East Tennessee History Center.
|Sparky||Porter Forester Stafford|
I added the obit for Porter in the photo slot if you would like to write it down and put it in the bio section would be fine if so let me know and I will remove it from the photo slot. Sparky
Added by Sparky on Aug 22, 2015 9:48 PM
|mcpaxrat||Sylvan Frederic Paxson|
Would you please transfer this memorial to me? He is my father.
Memorial Cemetery, Ada, Pontotoc, Oklahoma
Added by mcpaxrat on Jul 18, 2015 10:30 AM
|Mike Casey||Resthaven: ARNOLD|
Thanks for the added info and links for Ray. And for all your other efforts as well.
|C. L. Hines||RE: Mitch Mitchell 146464798|
|David Qualls||RE: Lillian Gutierrez|
My pleasure. Always happy to transfer to a relative. My sisters bought there prom and wedding dresses from her.
|sandra hickman||Kendall Hickman|
There is already a page for Kendall Hickman on here I was not sure if you seen there was one already made
|John & Marilyn||RE: Sally Gilreath #143829288|
No. I do not. However it appears this is a duplicate of this memorial 44327340 which has much more info! http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=44327340&ref=acom
I believe they are part of my ancestry -- I just haven't dug that deep yet. Most Gilreaths in this cemetery are related to my family.
|David L McMurray||RE: Willam Senter # 38862052|
Jen, I passed by Old Malgrave Cemetery this morning and there aren't any new stones there. I had traded emails with someone else last December hunting Alice Crumbliss Senter's gravestone and her grave was not recorded in the records at the Roane County Historical Commission either. I also checked the Center spelling. Their records were current in the late 1980s. Let me know if I can help further.
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