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Karat57 (#46867069)
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Bio Photo A 'family historian' for 30+ years I only recently began taking cemetery photographs as time became available...I'm more than happy to fill requests, including those for 2 areas we visit several times each year: Clarksville, TN and Decatur, Illinois. My deepest thanks to all of the incredible volunteers at Find-A-Grave who have advanced my genealogy research tremendously, but even more important, have touched my heart with their many kindnesses and personal letters. You make this site a great one, and I salute you all!
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Jean Gaissert
Elizabeth Lititia Lewsi
Please DISREGARD the previous message and add this:

Add Elizabeth *Lititia* Lewis as a child of Elizabeth Warner Lewis and John Lewis.

*Lititia* Lewuis was born 1687 in Va; died 1716 in Va. She married John Martin.

Lititia is my 7th great grandmother.

Thank You!
Jean Gaissert
Added by Jean Gaissert on Dec 10, 2014 1:49 PM
Jean Gaissert
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Please add the following to Elizabeth Warner Lewis (b.1672 - d. 1720) daughter of Augustine Warner and Mildred Reade Warner.
She married John Lewis (b. 1665 in Va; d. 1725 in Va).
Added by Jean Gaissert on Dec 10, 2014 1:43 PM
april mccormick
Killebrews
The ones that I am looking for are black
do you know anything about an Hensleys Farm or cemetery there in Clarksville,TN??
A phone number to an genealogy place there
email address: aamccormick24@yahoo.com

Added by april mccormick on Nov 06, 2014 3:47 PM
april mccormick
Killebrew
I am looking for some Killebrews
Added by april mccormick on Nov 06, 2014 3:44 PM
Susanna Webber Lewis
RE: Eastman & Munson
They don't sound familiar. It sounds like they might be Swedish Munsons and we're not Swedish. I know there are Munsons who are.

There is quite a few volumns "The Munson Record" which could add light to the question. Quite a few of the books are online now.
Added by Susanna Webber Lewis on Oct 01, 2014 2:49 PM
sunshinekutch
RE: John Forsyth #66027737
Like you I have been looking for years. I am going back to Iowa next week to help my daughter and new baby. Before I leave to come back to AZ at the end of Sept, I want to go to Griswold where most of the Forsyth family settled and see if there is anything in their historical society. I'm afraid it may take a trip to Ireland and Scotland to find more. They were Scot-Irish since they were Presbyterian.
Added by sunshinekutch on Aug 13, 2014 9:32 PM
sunshinekutch
RE: John Forsyth #66027737
Hi,

Thanks for adding the info to John Forsyth. My line is through John and Elizabeth's son George and then his daughter Elizabeth Anna (or Grandma Anna as we called her)
Added by sunshinekutch on Aug 13, 2014 8:22 PM
Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Hildegarde
Apologies, she is also my great.
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Aug 03, 2014 9:14 PM
Syd Gardner
Thank you also ~

for Cloverine (Poindexter) Oldham's obituary. Her memorial now includes it.

Syd
Added by Syd Gardner on Jul 29, 2014 6:08 AM
Syd Gardner
Many thanks ~

for the detailed obituary for Mary Elizabeth Castleberry Davis! It certainly makes her memorial more complete.

Syd
Added by Syd Gardner on Jul 29, 2014 5:52 AM
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