My wife and I are both Nashville, TN born and raised. However, we did spend 22 years traveling the world while I was on active duty with the US Navy.
Carolyn is a Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) and I am a professional photographer.
We plan most of out vacations and weekend trips to tie in with family history research. For Carolyn the family lines are for now: (paternal) Ratterree, Higgins, Chance, Henry, Lowry, McMaster, and Shell, (maternal) Shrum, Claiborne, Drury and Gaines. For me the lines list is a little more extensive because of the family research I inherited from my Momma, they include: (paternal) Vaughn/Vaughan, Vester, Flippen/Flippin, Dodson, Cashion, Wilkinson, Glascock/Glasgow, Griffin, Wall, Moses, Carney, Goldsberry, and Jackson, (maternal) Gray, Hagewood, Holland, Smith, von Schmittou, Baker, Mosley, Freeman, Thrower, Hazelwood, Monroe, Reynolds, Luttrell, Carroll, Gill, Bledsoe and Yarboro.
We believe in sharing all information and photographs, both on Find-a-Grave and on Ancestry.com. We try to tie all family members together on Find-a-Grave to help others find their family members more easily. If you would like to see our tree on Ancestry.com look for the "Vaughn Family Tree" owned by dickievaughn13. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Thanks to everyone involved with this site, it has provided us with a great amount of information and comfort.
RE: Vester Connection Hi, I don't remember if I ever replayed to your message on Find A Grave. Anyway my Great Grandfather was Josiah Hutchman Moore. He lived in Chattanooga and Hixson, TN] William Sharp [ email@example.com ]
You are most welcome and I apologize for not finding the grave the first time I looked. I was looking for Vaughn instead of Jacobs. I read the obit on her memorial the other day and found that her first husband was Jacobs. So sorry about that.
I can't think of anyone I know named Vaughn, but that doesn't mean there are not some who live here. Have you tried checking the White Pages in Plainview?
RE: Richard T Gray Photo He is buried in Section E. I have sent a message to the person who set up the site to add that. He is buried next to Sadie Gray and and Infant which I believe to be theirs. The 3 markers are all the same style and together. If you look under Gray you will see where I added the Infant. This is a very old cemetery and the lots are not numbered very well.
Brown Hayes Cem I linked F A and wife. My great grandfather John L. Robinson is buried in Brown Hayes along with his 3rd wife Lavalla Chambliss. I was able to personally visit there a few years ago, and thought it fitting to post the pictures of all the graves I had pictures of. Mary R.
RE: Sally Kitchen There is a Kitchen who married into my family. My great great aunt Martha Emmons married Grafton Zimmerman.They Lived in Macon County, MIssouri. Their daughter Nettie Mae Zimmerman married Augustus David Loring. Their daughter Ella Jane Loring married William Cunningham. Their daughter Jewel Freda Cunningham married David Delford Kitchen. David Kitchen's parents were Scully Kitchen and Jessie Zenoba Roland. Grandparents of David Kitchen were George Kitchen and Alice Summers. They had a daughter Sally Kitchen born 1890 died 1890). Alice died in child birth. George married again to a Cora Alice West.
So, the one family tree on the web DickieVaughn 13 has it incorrect about Sally Kitchen being the grandmother, she was David's Aunt. His father's sister. David's grandmother was Alice Summers: Marriage Record of George Kitchen and Alice Summers: Name: George Kitchens Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1887 Marriage Location: Henry, Missouri Marriage County: Benton Spouse Name: Alice C Samers.
David Kitchens children are my distant cousins through his wife Jewel Freda Cunningham.