|Kathy Neal King (#46784151)|
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I have been researching my family tree for several years. I especially enjoy working in the cemeteries. My brick wall seems to be the Neal's (Neil, Niel, Neel), Plumlee's & Cash's of Knox Co., Tennessee. If you are researching the same, I would love to hear from you.|
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|Sue Hale Sheppard||Napier memorials in Woodlawn|
Thank you so much for accepting the Edits for the Napier memorials in Woodlawn cemetery.
I would be pleased if you would read my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|Rebecca Thomas||# 37221261 Asbury Cemetery|
This R. N. Daviws. Is it suppose to be Davis? I'm looking for one. Robert Newton Davis. There is no birth or death dates given. If it is Davis can you find out anymore information on it? Thanks so much! Rebecca
|J E Strotman||David Logan|
Trying to find and verify my ancestry. Im told that my 4g granfather, David Logan gave the ground for the Logan's Chapel and graveyard apx 1800-1810. I was trying to see if you knew this or anything that might help me move pass this little bit of history Ive come across. Other Logan's married a Brakebill and Martin. So Im thinking it is a small word ....lol
Thank you for what you do
|Liz (Roberts) Harris||Myers Family|
Thank you!!! so much for the transfers and for finding Charles. I sure do appreciate your help. I have the McMinn ,Meigs and Monroe County Record Books so if you need any help in this area just let me know. Again, Manny Thanks!!
|Scott Hurley||Map of this Cemetery|
The map location for this cemetery is actually the McMahan, Dockery, Ramsey Cemetery and the 14 graves are there. The Archibald Cemetery has only four grave stones in it and is located down the street on Pearly Valley Rd past the church.Turn left at the sign which is at the lama farm.
|Kathy Ogle||thanks for transfers|
Thanks so much for all you do and for the transfers!
|Mari Mills||Re: James S Finger WWII mdal & ribbon|
This may appear very odd, though I was on e-bay and noticed that this WWII medal is listed for sale. If, anyone is interested? It has the above name engraved on the reverse and is priced quite low. i certainly hope that some family member would enjoy owning it, since it has valuable personal family history. :)
|Susan Scarlett||Callie King Scarlett|
Hi Kathy, I just added grave photos to Callie King Scarlett and Reece C Scarlett. They were my Great, great grandparents. I have been researching the Scarletts for years and found on Reece's death certificate that his father was Steve. That's pretty much where the trail ends. I can't find with any certainty who Steve's parents were or even for sure where he came from. Other Scarletts in the area came from North Carolina and he seems to have to connections to them. If you or anyone has info, it would be greatly appreciated!
hi kathy, your hugh bailey 135724554 was a reverend. i have linked him to his wife under your edit button. thanks, holly
Added by holly k on Nov 26, 2014 9:24 PM
|Terese Mitchell||Harrises at Blacks Station in Blount, TN|
I am researching the Scotch Irish Harrises that lived in Blount County, TN on Crooked Creek near Blacks Station. Flossie Henry Pickens had done research on the Blacks that lived next to mine there. In 1840ish my Harrises moved with the Henrys and other families to Murray County, GA and started the Sumach Cumberland Presbyterian CHurch. Tracing back from that point to Blount I found they were mentioned in the Mifflintown Document and have confirmed with DNA back to eary Scotland this line of Herries with the help of that document. The Harrises were from Ayrshire, Scotland and mid 1600s were forced to flee to Ireland. About 1730 they immigrated to Lancaster, PA and confirmed by Pickens and McCalls histories the families of Pickens, Calhouns, Harrises and McCalls all immigrated together. They all went back to Ayrshire together and remained together for generations. During the Revolution they were all together in the 96 district now Abbeville area of South Carolina. My Harris line which is Group 3 in the Harris DNA project moved to the Blount area right after the Revolution. There is some strong Col. Sevier connection probably connected to the Watauga Settlement and also a joint Douglas connection. The Pickens in Blount area from the same line as General Andrew Pickens. My seemed close to his brother Joseph. If you have any info on the Harris line or more on this area, I would really appreciate your contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org I am trying to fill out the siblings of my William Harris born 1779 in South Carolina who married Jane Trippet daughter of Jonathan Trippet. John Nichols Harris named for a neighbor married Nancy Garner daughter of Dr. William Garner and a Whittle. The Harrises were also very close to the Sam Houston and his line and some moved to Texas with him. I was trying to find if there was any more info out there by Flossie Henry Pickens.
Thanks for your work,
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