I'm originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. I entered the U.S. Army in 1971 and have been away form "home" most of the time since. I graduated from Utah State University in 1981 and retired from the Army in 1994.I have lived in Carter County, Tennessee longer than any place else and have learned to love this place and it's history. In addition to filling photo requests, I am working on getting accurate map locations for all the Carter County Cemeteries.
Note of Appreiation, Sir, Thank-you for your kindness, generosity and understanding in transferring the Erma Rainbolt memorial to my care, as well as adding the H/S photo for Erma's mother, Selma, to her memorial .. I appreciate you going above and beyond the standards proposed by Find A Grave .... As I promised you, I have deleted the original memorial for Erma Rainbolt ..... RAINBOLT Family Historian, R S Feigh
RE: Lacey Cemeteries Ok got it! Actually, I believe that one of my grandma's sisters is buried in the Lacey cemetery, and I am assuming that it is the bigger one. I have a copy of her death certificate and I am fairly confident that it says Lacey cemetery as the place of burial. If you wouldn't mind looking for it I would very much appreciate the help! I would love to do it myself but I live in Pennsylvania. If you are willing to help let me know and I will send you the info, and if not I understand! thanks, Caleb Edwards
Lacey Cemeteries Hello Loyal From my understanding, there are two Lacey cemeteries that exist and are about 1/2 mile from each other. Due to this, there are several repeated graves, including Alexander Lacey (memorials 152188937 and 100854398). I was wondering if you know exactly who is buried in what cemetery and if this could be fixed. Caleb Edwards