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Cemeterian (#47074065)
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I am a native of Nashville TN with deep roots in Williamson, Maury, Marshall and Rutherford counties. I am researching the surnames of Lavender, Smithson, Pratt, Spratt, Sprott, Hartley, Grisgsby, Hargrove, Smith, Thompson, McCord, Coleman, Andrews, Blythe, Bigger, Beasley, Bugg, Epps, Fortune, Giles, Hatcher, Hood, and Poteete on my maternal side. Researching on my paternal side the surnames of Zech, Thomas, Groehl, or Manthgory. The Zech's immigrated to the U.S. from Bromberg, Germany in 1925. I am also interested in any information regarding the Waller surname, specifically in the area of Nolensville, TN on my husband's side.

If you are related (or not) I would love to hear from you. If I can be of assistance in taking photos of your loved-ones final resting place in and around middle TN please reach out to me. There is nothing like making that connection to the past and I am happy to share any information.
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Terry Johnston
Thank you.
Thanks for leaving a message for Ernest Mack Holt. I don't know how you found his page (I have sent numerous requests to have him added to the Find A Grave tour), but it means a lot to me. He was a truly special person.

Terry
Added by Terry Johnston on Feb 16, 2014 3:36 AM
Syd Gardner
Thanks so much ~

for the update on the burial place or Charles Eugene Waller Sr ~ The correction has now been made.


Syd
Added by Syd Gardner on Feb 12, 2014 4:36 PM
Gerricksmom
Thank you
Thank you so much for your flower and message to my son regarding his upcoming birthday. That was very thoughtful of you. Take care.
Added by Gerricksmom on Jan 15, 2014 12:38 PM
Paula Arms Schumacher
RE: Frank Arms
I remember Wilma Jean and Ricky, as well as my Aunt Lillie Mae. My grandfather's name was Frank Arms.
I do not know much about what has happened to my Dad, Paul's family. His sister Dorothy lives close by me. She is the last one still living of Frank & Emma's children. If you have any specific questions, I'd be glad to ask her.
Myself, I would love to know how Ricky & Wilma are doing. Thanks...Paula
Added by Paula Arms Schumacher on Jan 26, 2013 11:14 PM
Virginia Elizabeth
John Andrews
Was my GGGG grandfather too. Through his daughter Parmelia m David Newton Helm. I have been to Williamson County, but couldn't find his grave. How do you relate?
Added by Virginia Elizabeth on Dec 20, 2012 10:36 AM
darlene potts
lavender
i am related to the lavender family george and nancy had a son named richard b lavender born june 11 1846 in 12 dist williamson co died july 31 1900 in nashville tn buried on aug. 1 1900 in mt. olivet cemetery in nashville tn
Added by darlene potts on Sep 18, 2012 6:13 PM
Warren Eastright
McCall Family
Hi there, Thanks for posting the headstones from the McCall's Cemetery in Bethesda, Tennessee. My wife's second great grandfather is the older brother of Lycurgus P. McCall. We have been to the cemetery several years ago and I was a new member of F.A.G. at the time so I didn't think about take pictures.

Thank you
Warren and Glenda McCall Eastright
Added by Warren Eastright on Apr 10, 2012 3:37 PM
bbarnhill
Mary Louise Holt Still transfer
Thanks for the transfer, I have linked her to her parents and found 1 of her grandparents.
I have set up some Lavenders and Thompsons in Williamson County, you can search for them in my profile page, let me know if any are relatives. I am related to the McCords, but probably not to all that I have set up.

Thanks again,
Bob
Added by bbarnhill on Jan 09, 2012 7:14 PM
Gerricksmom
Hello
Thank you for leaving my son flowers. Your message was touching and I appreciate it.
Added by Gerricksmom on Dec 21, 2011 12:35 PM
Mark Childrey
RE: Fritz
Cemeterian:

Thank you for the wonderful, kind words that you left on the memorial for my companion, Fritzel.

This has been a tough road for me personally, the terrible grief that I feel in his loss, and I miss him dearly. But he was a great comfort to my family for the time he was here on this earth, and I'm forever thankful he was a part of our lives. I truly believe that the Good Lord, in his infinite wisdom, made Heaven big enough for man and the animals. And I'm sure that I'll see Fritz again some day for a joyous reunion.

So again, thank you for the message. I truly appreciate you taking the time to show you care.

All my best,

Mark
Added by Mark Childrey on Dec 18, 2011 1:27 AM
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