|Nicole Rogers Wiebe (#16143079)|
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|Brutus Best||Enos Kicheloe|
The photo that I posted was sent to me. I am at a lost right now.
His wife Amanda DeVault, is on the same headstone, his baby is buried at Bacon-Kincheloe Cemetery
Washington County Tennessee, USA along with his daughter Martha Ellen Kincheloe-Bacon and son Samuel.
Based on Amanda headstone photo, it looks like Martha headstone is next to it.
Thank you, I will removed the photo from profile.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||RE: Melvina Taff Denton|
By all means you can use the picture. Know the feeling of some one in another state filling a request. Great feeling to be able to help others out.
Thank you for your response. I'm just kind of excited about this little time capsule of documents I've come across and wanted to share some that don't directly pertain to my family if they want them.
If you EVER come across an Isaac Chrisman Fletcher, Sr. --often called I.C., Chris, or Criss -- the father of the Isaac C. Fletcher in Oak Hill Cemetery please pass it on! Rumor has it he was buried around 1892 in Live Oak Cemetery in Youngsport, Bell County (not too far from Lampasas), but there is no concrete evidence of this. Finding document-able information on him is my "white whale". He is on a few census records and one one land record, but that is about it!
Again, thank you for documenting so much information! Karen
any time! go ahead I do it for all of us
|Ken Jones||RE: Headstone Photos|
Feel free. And thanks for asking.
|Edwin Kuehn||RE: Re: Martha Virginia Duff Simkins|
Thank you for your reply. You never know what the owner of a memorial knows about the person. If it is a family member more information may be available. If you don't ask questions you don't learn as much. I appreciate you establishing the memorial for Martha. It was kind of a stepping stone in locating additional family members.
|Kathy Adams||RE: Obits|
Thanks so much for your quick response.
|Sue Lilley||Charles Adams|
Linked him to spouse.
|Russ Davies||RE: Buffalo Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas|
Yes, go ahead. Thank you for asking. Regards, Russ
Thank you Nicole for memorial of Lyman McAnally. It was very kind of you :)
Added by Sheila on Jan 19, 2014 3:51 AM
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