|Martha McCaffrey Dobbins (#47124837)|
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I started manually working on my genealogy around 1990 scraping together pieces of paper that my mother had written tidbits on, then talking to my great-aunt, aunts and uncles to get more info. Once I was able to electronically compile my genealogy it felt like starting over but my tree has branched enormously since then. I have walked a few cemeteries dragging my husband along who has graciously help hunt for tombstones. I have been interested in cemeteries since my youth. The age of modern technology has help tremendously in having instant photos. I am now retired and spend tons of time cleaning up my tree. I get a little obsessed wanting it to be as accurate as possible. We have 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild...our house is full on special gatherings. I truly appreciate everyone who is involved in genealogy and thank you in advance for all that you have to offer.|
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|Walter Brown||Tommie Davis|
There are a number of unmarked recent graves. The funeral homes are doing a poor job of putting up a small durable marker.
|Robert Sage||Isaac Newton Davis|
If you are related to him, check out Find A Grave# 156192182
|Sandy Pouncey||RE: Garden Hills Cemetery|
You are very welcome!
|Blake Brock||RE: Norene Ingram Brock|
Thanks so much.
We have emailed before on some Furlong things. I do not have many pictures. My cousin in Birmingham has most of that stuff as her mother was the last living child and lived in the same city as my Furlong grandmother. I will see if I can come up with something for you.
|Blake Brock||Norene Ingram Brock|
This is my mother, who is buried next to my father, Cliff Brock, in Murfreesboro. Would you consider transferring maintenance of this memorial to me.
|Mecklaw||RE: Texas Ritch family|
Thanks for the response, I am just a distant cousin. I've been going through my research and sending out edits on here for those who have a memorial listed.
Added by Mecklaw on Oct 21, 2015 11:27 PM
|Melody||RE: New Harmony Cemetery|
You are welcome. I looked for the other baby. If they have a marker, it is not located with the others. I did notice some unmarked graves around them. Sorry I didn't find the fourth one for you. Have a great weekend too!!
Added by Melody on Oct 16, 2015 7:29 AM
|kay brock||RE: East Dora Cemetery|
Yes, Carrie Lee Sellers McCarty is buried in the East Dora Cemetery along with her husband Leonard Lee McCarty. I have visited their graves many times and I also have photos of their graves. There are also other Sellers, McCarty, and Tarlton graves in their section of the cemetery. My photos are in storage as I have recently moved and have put some things in storage. Her sister Evie Elmore and husband Otis Elmore are also buried in the East Dora Cemetery, but in a different section. How are you related to Carrie McCarty?
|Sharon Earl Hite||Relationship Links|
In Rock Springs Cemetery, Blount County, Alabama:
Could you please link Wynell Earl Lipham (54906326)to her parents Olmer Earl (66702949) and Kathryn Earl (66703005).
Thank you. My father, Ottis Earl, was brother of Olmer.
Sharon Earl Hite
|Jerry L Edwards||Ellen Carner Self|
Thanks for that super speedy response. It makes doing this stuff more fun.
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