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|Linda Reed||RE: Humphrey in Highland cem|
I am sure the death certificate is right but since there are 3 Highland Cemeteries in Knoxville, they are probably in one of the two other ones. You might want to call them and check. Sure they could look it up for you.
|Mitch||RE: Washam and Humphrey|
You're quite welcome. The Union County Cemeteries Association's records show that both individuals are indeed buried there, just without an engraved stone. Also, in their records I believe Sarrah Humphrey is listed as Sarrah Humphries. Just thought that bit of info might be of use to you.
Sorry I couldn't be more help!
Added by Mitch on Dec 30, 2014 8:23 PM
|Paulette Sampson||hazel ruth payne fowler|
Thank you for comment. The bio explains why only Hammond Fowlers name is on the gravestone. Hazel is buried in 1/2 of the grave, Hammond is not.
|Shirley Stewart Milford||RE: Robert A Little|
Nancy, You added Robert A Little bio perfectly. Thanks so much!
|Greg Stewart||RE: Stewart Cem, Chester Co TN|
Thank you very much for going the extra mile for these great photographs! J.W. and Mary are my gg grandparents. I'm sorry, but I do not know where the Caudle cemetery is located. I will absolutely let you know if I find anything. I've seen information for the Caudles through this link to a great online resource for researching Anson and Union Counties:
J.W.'s parents were Joseph and Keziah Brewer Stewart. I have more information online at:
Thank you again for going through to the trouble for these photographs.
|Shirley Stewart Milford||RE: Robert Little|
Thanks, Nancy! Sorry it's so long but just don't want those things to be forgotten. I really hate to send long bios to one lady ... I don't think she knows how to 'copy and paste' and has to re-type them. I think that because I've noticed a typo or two that are not in the copy I sent. Oh well, at least she is fairly accurate.
I notice I left out Robert's military service... Would you please add this paragraph as paragraph 2.
Robert fought for his country in World War I in Company M, 117th Infantry, 30th Division. The major operations his unit took part in were the Ypres-Lys, and the Somme offensive, in which it was one of the two US Army II Corps divisions (the other being the US 27th Division) to break the Hindenburg Line in the Battle of St. Quentin Canal.(from Wikipedia)... Robert survived the war and was able to return to his home.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldier in Union Co.|
The Union County Cemeteries Association would like permission to use your photo of Civil War soldier, Calvin Lions, on the Civil War page of our website. It would also appear on the UCCA facebook page. Please contact me about this.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Lamon Humphrey|
|Descendant Seeker||RE: Clifford, McCall & Johnson|
You're very welcome!
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