|Cecil Vaden Jr. (#46998439)|
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|Ricky Wooden||Sam and Mary Wooden|
Thank you very much for transferring Sam and Mary Wooten it is greatly appreciated Ricky Wooden.
|Norman B. Genung||William Davis Genung|
Thank you for your contribution of William D. Genung. I am trying to determine his parents and wonder if you know anything else on him. Thank you.
|Sandy King||Jesse H Smith|
Cecil thank you so much for the photos!
|Ann Prater Whisenhunt||Transfer|
Thank you so much for transferring Glenn Ratliff Prater # 98859609. I appreciate it very much!
|TMHuebner||RE: Active ?|
Yes! It's there something that I can do/update for you? Would love to meet you in person....Travis talks about that side of the family and would like to reconnect. Misty
|Jesse McWhirter||Find A Grave Memorial# 100862694|
Could you tell me if the office had a record of her burial. I am missing her husband Sampson McWhirter b.1853 Warren County, Tn -d. 1937.
Name: Sampson Mcwhirter
Death Date: 14 Apr 1937 Houston Texas
Death County: Harris
|Hamilton Smith||Andrew Harrison Smith|
This gentleman was my grandfather and is buried in the Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery in Cannon Co., TN.
Are we related?
Barbara Smith Dunn
aka Hamilton Smith
|LyndaB||75632516 Daisy Clark|
added headstone photo
Added by LyndaB on Oct 23, 2015 2:58 PM
And also of Elizabeth's parents, Ida and Robert, whose photos you also provided! This was back in Feb 2013. Thanks again!
|Laura1814||E. A. Martin (105093455)|
I wanted to say thank you (again, I hope) for the photo you provided of my grandmother, Elizabeth Ann Martin. The last time I tried to visit her grave, the stone was buried. It is really nice to have the photo on her memorial. I really appreciate your work.
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