|Mary Bob McClain (#46546099)|
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Recent trip to Hunter Cemetery, Maury Co. Mt. Pleasant, Tn. Two large trees have fallen and one missed the McGee memorial by about 2ft. Another tree fell and has destroyed the ts of Richard Stockard and about 6 others around it.|
Wayne Austin and I are trying to get volunteers to go there and moved the trees and repair the stones that are damaged/destroyed. Any suggestion on how to resolve this problem would be greatly appreciated. A photo on the memorial of Richard Stockard will show part of the damage.
Born and raised in Lewis and Maury County, Tennessee. Member of the National Society of Children of the American Revolutionary War.
Maury Co., Tn has many historical cemeteries. Many Rev. War soldiers are buried in Maury Co./Lewis Co. Tn., also many Civil War Generals, War of 1812, and their soldiers.
Cemetery preservation is very important to me and I try to list from actual cemetery visits and various book listings. I have been working with Wayne Austin for the last 10 years as a volunteer contributor for his project.
Please, e-mail me with any corrections or additional information that needs to be posted at any Maury County Cemetery where you see my name via the edit option on the memorial.
If I have posted a close relative of yours let me know and I will transfer. Please use the edit option on the memorial for updates, corrections and questions, my responce will be much faster, I don't have to look up the memorial by name that way.
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|Ron Johnson||LOVE Cemetery|
I think this mess is why when I found out that I made a mistake in creating my cemetery page, I decided to not try to clean it up. Too many Love cemeteries and too many duplicated names.
That's why I think the first thing would be to put all the ones that are associated with the right cemetery into one package and worry about the duplicated names then. At that point, we can gather the best data from each name into one.
I made the cemetery named "Love Family" with 47 names, so naturally, I'm inclined to keep these. But once we lump them all together, maybe we can meet at the archives for a day and hash it out.
|Gloria Tune||Beckum Lookup History of Mt. Joy Church|
Hope this finds you doing well.
Wondered if you could look for a few names in the History of Mt. Joy Church please?
Lucinda Beckum, daughter of James & Ruth Robertson Beckum is said to have died 15 March 1885 & date is sourced from "church records"
Also wonder if her parents names show up in book also, as I cannot locate them after the 1880 census, but they may have died in Lewis County.
And are there any Tune names by chance?
Thanks a bunch!
|Frederick Regenold||Regenold name|
Dear Mary Bob,
I can't thank you enough for providing the info on the Regenolds. It's fascinating for me to read about my great, great grandparents. I'm 82 years old, so maybe it means a bit more to me.
La Jolla, California
You are to be commended for adding so many sites to findagrave and for making additions to the sites so quickly upon request. We need more findagrave people like you. It appears you also are generous in transferring to relatives which is highly commendable. Thank you for all you do.
I am a direct descendent of Lt. William McAdams Cooper. He is my 3rd great Grandfather. Duncan Brown Cooper is my 6th cousin.I am a member of Sons of Confederate Veterans, Bell's Partisans Camp #1821 in Trimble Tn. The Cooper family has a rich history during the War of Northern Aggression and I am very proud of the legacy they all left us. Thank you for all you have done.
Robert Keith Alford
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Bell's Partisans Camp #1821
Added by Keith on Feb 26, 2011 12:51 PM
|Charlotte Metcalf Campeau||You should be rewarded|
Mary Bob, it is amazing the job you do trying to preserve our history. I see the dedication that you display at Find a Grave, the Maury County Cemetery site, etc...
You always make time to help others who are researching their family history, and you are even there just to lend an ear, if need be. I am sure that I do not tell you enough, but Thank You for all that you do. God Bless You, Char
|Shirley Goingღ||McGuire Cemetery|
You are my hero.
Consider yourself bear hugged! Carol
Added by Carol on Dec 20, 2008 7:31 AM
|Blessed Be, PJ Andrews-Prideaux||Poem For Louis China|
First let me tell you I love your name. I think it is really different in a good way.
Second, I want to thank you so much for the flower and poem that you left for my very good friend, Lou China. ActuallyI think it is a very moving tribute for all the soldiers who served our country.
May God Bless You and Yours,
Patricia Andrews-Prideaux (PJ)
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