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Many listings at F.A.G. were a great help in my search for Ancestor information. I am honored to be a part of the process and hope it will help others as much as it has helped me.|
If you request transfer of a family member or friend I will be glad to comply.
My goal is to see as much information added to each listing, in remberence of those who have gone before us, as possible. firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE ! I have been human every day of my life. If you catch an error, typo - duplication - or otherwise, I will certainly appreciate a notification. The goal is accuracy.
NOTICE, IF ANY ONE HAS A BETTER PHOTO OF A STONE THAN THE ONES I HAVE POSTED, ATTACH IT AND NOTIFY ME. IT IS ABOUT THE BEST RESULTS FOR THE MEMORIAL.
I give permission for reuse of all photos I have submitted to any person for ancestry or grave application.
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|Dennis Holt||Michael Johnson|
I did delete my memorial on Michael Johnson and did ask Cally to transfer the memorial to the correct cemetery. Thanks for letting me know of the dup.
|Syd Gardner||RE: Nannie Myrtle Harris Wall|
Yes, Nannie "Myrtle" (Harris) Wall (1885-1955) is the daughter of Nancy James "Nannie" (Teasley) Harris (1859-1955).
And, I've expanded on the info for the latter woman's memorial and noted that she died not in Cheatham County but in Nashville, Davidson County.
Thank you for your nice comments. I had went to most the cemeteries in 4 counties and entered over 9,000 stones with photos for the very reason you spoke about. I also do family history and sometimes the stones clarify dates and locations of other family members.
Added by Jackie on Jun 24, 2014 7:19 AM
|Base Kuhn||hi there|
thanks for the transfer of Leo Lewis
|Cღ||Thank You Carl|
Carl, Yes Sir, both my parents health issues along with their lifestyles of demands the roles seem to have reversed. I am doing my best.
On so many of those Green's in Oakwood, they are not related to my line, but out of respect for them, I so tried as time permitted to find who they were. Yes, I made strides in finding so much about them and know more just lack of time to post it. Sandra Lee Green is the daughter of William B Green and wife buried there at Oakwood. William died before his 21 year old daughter Sandra : ( I guess my Accounting background to detail gets the better of me. The Richard Lewis Green clan is a clan that is boarder and wider, I do think that Florence Green Waters is the daughter as on the Census records the year of her birth fits; she did use Flora and Florence in TN. Another thing, My own Dr orders find a family member to help me on this with my parents or I will end up in the hospital. Thank You Carl...I hope I detailed enough on those Memorial's and listed Bio by ........so if people read them they can better understand it. Thank You, Again...
Added by Cღ on May 26, 2014 7:56 AM
Hello, Thank You for the headstone photos, your visits to the cemeteries, Memorials you created...with the demanding care for my parents, I have transferred Memorials over to you. I know they are in good hands with you. Again, I Thank You so much. This is a difficult time. Carolyn Green L...
Added by Cღ on May 25, 2014 9:42 AM
|Wanda Powers||John Mayo|
Thank you for transferring my gggrandfather.
Yes, Find A Grave is Great! I found an in-law uncle who lived in Los Angeles in the Red Woods. Mary
|Cindi Trice Kessinger||James H. Nicholson|
NICHOLSON, James H. "Bulldog"Age 84 of Ashland City. May 4, 2010. Survived by son, Gary Nicholson of Nashville, TN; sisters, Mattie Weakley, Nancy (Harold) Knox and Joyce Nichols. Preceded in death by wife, Billie Binkley Nicholson. He was a Navy WWII veteran and a faithful member of the Shelby Ave. Baptist Church. Visitation will be today from 4-8 p.m. and Friday, 10 a.m. till service hour at Noon. Interment at Smith-Neptune Cemetery in Ashland City, TN.
|Cindi Trice Kessinger||Carolyn Mai Goff|
Carolyn Mai Dowlen Goff, age 75, of Goodlettsville, passed away Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at Ridgetop Haven. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 1pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Jerry Heflin officiating. Burial will follow in the Battle Creek Church Cemetery with family and friends serving as pallbearers. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Saturday morning from 10am until the hour of service at 1pm. Ms. Goff was born September 5, 1935 in Robertson County to the late John and Carrie Hinkle Goff. She was a homemaker and member of the First Baptist Church. Ms. Goff loved to sew and make crafts, was a Titan fan, was a loving mother and grandmother and dear friend to all who knew her. In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her brother, Johnny Goff and her daughter, Sandra Lynn Dowlen. Ms. Goff is survived by sons, Buddy (Darlene) Dowlen of Hendersonville and Bobby (Vickie) Dowlen of Goodlettsville; daughters, Jennie (Bobbie) Fentress of Goodlettsville and Connie (Sam) Jones of Springfield; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Alzheimers Association in c/o Austin & Bell.
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