|Frances Donnelly (#47111837)|
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Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee|
I will gladly transfer any memorial to a close relative of the person, "close" meaning direct relatives within four generations (with the exception of my own family lines.)
To request a transfer, please use the "Edit" option at the top of the page.
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|CINDY KAY||eldad cemetary|
How did you know henry fanning wss buried in eldad? I went there and could not find him. The minister said that they do not have a plot map and he would like to know who is buried where. I told him i would try to find out for him. Please let me know. Thank you. Cindy DeLong email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 931-676-3356
|Kenneth Luther||Mary Childs|
Hello: My name is Ken Luther and I am researching a Nancy Catherine Childs who married John Wesley Osburn. I believe her mother was named Mary and her father was named Henry. Nancy was born in St. Clair county Missouri, and she relocated to Indiana after her marriage. Nancy's grave is in Deepwater, Missouri. If this sounds like your Mary Childs, I would appreciate hearing from you. You can contact me at email@example.com.
|RainbowGal||Iva McClain - Griggs Cemetery|
I went to the site yesterday - all forest and tall weeds - not even a pull in. When I have time I will ck with Wayne Co. Historian. They will know if there are any stones left.
|Sammy Boyd, Genealogist; www.SkillernFamily.com||ANDERSON TRANSFERS|
Thank you very much for transferring my Anderson relatives to me. I have added additional information to most, if not all, of them.
|Gail Lyons Grier||RE: Susan Glass|
Thank you so much for all your help, happy grave hunting.
|Charlotte McConaha||Kough Memorials|
Could you please add the gravestones you have on Pat Kough Find A Grave Memorial# 34845486 to his Wife Lois Pauline Find A Grave Memorial# 125955221.
|Jim & Judy Harlan||E. E. Tucker|
Sorry about the duplicate messages, not sure what happened with the first one. Unfortunately, E.E. Tucker is buried in an unmarked grave. He is in the City section, block 21, lot 11, space 2. I did some research and got some additional information. This information comes from his death certificate. His first name is Emery, he was born on 6 Jan 1902. He died from a gunshot wound to the abdomen from an assailant (Homicide). I am sending an edit request to the owner of his Find A Grave memorial.
|Jim & Judy Harlan||E.|
|Darlene Stiteler Hightower||Stiteler transfer|
I appreciate the courtesy of the transfer. Thank you very much.
|Wanda K. Lee||Nance|
Thank you very much for the transfer.
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