|Nicki Coffman (#47421029)|
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|I am a retired nurse happily married to a wonderful man for 25 yrs and love genealogy. Hopefully I can be of assistance to others for genealogy information in our West Tennessee area.|
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You have placed a photo of Frank Coleman's tombstone. Please place that photo on his wife, Elizabeth Cook Coleman's memorial. Thank you
|wayne chamberlain||RE: Hey|
Me too!! LOL Thanks!!
|Descendant Seeker||RE: J.A. Gurley|
No problem at all. I know its tiring too. Thanks so very much for all your help & research!
Btw I sent you a friend request on facebook- I come across a lot of pictures and info on there from people- you might find some of it interesting
|wayne chamberlain||RE: mary|
No worries Nicki - :) I appreciate all you do on Findagrave and I appreciate your cooperative and kind spirit so much. Wayne
|Vicki Barnett||Martha M Thomas Blankenship|
Find a Grave memorial # 42077281 is Martha Melvania Thomas Blankenship, daughter of John & Nancy Margaret Lawler Thomas. She is buried in Detroit Cemetery, Red River Co., TX
|Donna Willison Head||Gateley|
Thank You so very much for the pictures. It is greatly appreciated.
|Shirley Stewart Milford||RE: Lexington Cemetery|
Nicki, Thank you so much for explaining the different sections of Lexington Cemetery and helping me find the master list! This is a major break through for me since I have many relatives in Lexington and Lexington Cemetery. Now I can add the sections to the memorials I manage.
|Shirley Stewart Milford||Stewarts and Nancy Wright Grave Photos|
Nicki, thank you so much for the grave photos for all the Taylors and Nancy Wright in the Lexington Cemetery. I really do appreciate your doing this!
I hope you can help clear up some confusion for me...
On Find A Grave there is a Lexington Cemetery which has 1,329 interments. On the Find A Grave page it has a picture of the brick entrance. Then there is a Lexington _City_ Cemetery which has just 412 interments - it does not have a picture of the brick entrance. They both have the same address description - Lexington, Henderson County TN, but neither specifies the "East-Central Section". Which is which?! Some memorials are in both cemeteries. I think the two cemeteries confuse people, they do me.
I have 4 family member memorials for Lexington Cemetery but don't know which of the two cemeteries to post their memorials. They are listed in the Lexington Cemetery - East-Central Section by David Donahue which has this description "The East-Central Section is of Lexington Cemetery the area north of the wall of the old city cemetery extending from the Madison Street access road to the eastern extension of the access road from Natchez Trace Drive." http://www.tngenweb.org/records/henderson/cemeteries/lex-ec.htm
I do not have "Office" so I cannot open the Lexington Cemetery document which I assume includes all sections of the huge Lexington Cemetery, including the East-Central Section.
My question is 'Do the interments of the East-Central Section belong in the Lexington City Cemetery or the Lexington Cemetery?' ... OR are they the same cemetery and someone unknowingly just made another cemetery on Find A Grave? If so, shouldn't the two cemeteries be merged??
Can you help me understand these two cemeteries?
|Nancy ||Hattie & Thomas, Minnie & Robert, Alson, Raymond Winslow|
Thanks, I added some more photo requests if you get back there. Didn't realize there were some more Winslows buried there that I hadn't requested. May be some more that I don't know about to. Sure they're all related. Thanks for the help.
Added by Nancy on Sep 16, 2013 7:17 PM
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