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|I've been doing genealogy for over 20 years now. I thought Find A Grave was a natural progression because genealogist always want proof of there information so what better proof than a gravestone.|
The extra information on my Memorial's information that are not on the stone's are from Ancestry.com or familysearch.org.
If I have set up a Memorial of your family and you want control of it just ask. If I have made a mistake in the information I have in a Memorial or you have better information please let me know & I will change it. Please use the Edit button.
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|Janet Boling Nelson||Harvey Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for the headstone photos from the Harvey Cemetery. Very much appreciated!
|Tommie Moser Nichols||Dale Watermulder|
Thank you for the information. I was pleased to add it and move Dale from an unknown location to Restlawn.
I assume that you knew Dale. When he first arrived at Holston following his surgery, he kept a very low profile. I visited. At first we spoke of heritage based on his surname. After several weeks of making "small talk", he asked if he could practice piano on one in the dining room. He stated that he hadn't played since childhood. We knew nothing of his vast knowledge and abilities, but people began asking who was playing so beautifully. Residents would sit and listen. After he was discharged he began coming weekly to play for them. Several weeks before he passed a friend and I came to hear him. He played both of our favorites. The walk from the piano to his car broke my heart as he struggled on two crutches. Every step was very painful.
I have never known such a giving individual. His love of God shown through in every thing he did.
I will never forget. Tommie Moser Nichols, Powell, TN
|Gene Bruce||White Cemetery|
Thank you so much for transcribing this cemetery. I was coming from texas this fall to do so myself. You beat me to it. William C White is my great-great grandfather. This is the first time I have seen these graves. I will visit there this fall anyway.
|Melissa (Tolene) Rura||Jerry Tolene|
Thank you for your work with find a grave. Please transfer me my father Jerome Tolene (96065767) from Carter Cemetery.
Melissa (Tolene) Rura (#47982086)
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Minton|
You are welcome for the photos. Apparently, Donald must be buried in another section of the cemetery but I ran out of time. Have a great Labor Day Weekend! Barb
|Dr. Todd Cathey||RE: Colliers Humphreys County|
Not positive, but his descendants all lived in the Clydeton Rd. area and many are buried in the McKeel Cemetery (I have always known it as the Trinity Cemetery). In fact last week I just photographed the graves to add them to find a grave and realized that you had just recently done that.
|Dr. Todd Cathey||Colliers Humphreys County|
Do you know where Greenberry Collier is buried?
|Kyle Smith||RE: Calvin O. Triplett|
Also, if you click on his wife's (Ellen Smith Triplett} memorial you'll find I have uploaded a photo of their monument. Your welcome to use it. But if your like me and enjoy old cemeteries, I reccomend visiting this place. Very peaceful. Calvin's wife, Ellen, was a sister to my great grandfather, John Walter Smith.
|Kyle Smith||RE: Docia Smith Cemetery|
Here are the GPS coordinates you are looking for.
2264 Wheeler Road, Waverly, TN 37185, USA
Latitude : 36.183178 | Longitude : -87.726649
Hidden drive to the cemetery. If your coming from Waverly, follow Hwy 13 N going towards Erin. Follow the Hwy for about 11 miles. On your right should be a road called Arnold Hollow Road. There is a small cemetery called Collier cemetery at the turn off to Arnold Hollow, someone was just buried there a day or two ago. Once your on Arnold Hollow, be looking for a hidden little "gravel" road on your left leading up an incline. There is a paved driveway right beside the gravel road. Take the little gravel road and you there! Someone needs to place a sign saying "Docia Smith Cemetery" I am related to all the people buried in that cemetery and have been there many times.
|Jay Kruizenga||RE: Dennis Clark|
Hi... I can certainly take a photo of Thomas Foster's grave. This Thomas Foster died in 1904. You can view his information here...
This Thomas Henry Foster was accidentally killed on the railroad in Cadillac. See...
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