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DJ (#47267977)
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I have only been doing genealogy for a couple of years and since I love history and puzzles, I am enjoying the search. I am researching the Schnatter (Snawder), Pharris, Blake and Truax families.
The search ranges from Kentucky to Tennessee to Indiana....

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DJ
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William Hartlage
RE: Jackey
I worked on Jackey-Jackie people in the past and will glad to share any info I have via email. Please send me a message hartlagehistory@twc.com

Pat
Added by William Hartlage on Apr 30, 2015 4:06 PM
James Richards
Annie Snawder
Hi, this got me to thinking. I know that the death certificate says she is buried in Andersen, but that does not make much sense for several reasons:

- There is no headstone (unusual for 1943)

- There are only three other burials at Andersen; it is a tiny cemetery. Is there any relationship with the other burials at Andersen? Neither appear to be family members, and the last of those was buried there in 1899. One has to ask why would she chose that particular cemetery. (After 1920, non-military burials on Fort Knox were very limited.)

- And most important, her husband and infant daughter buried are buried in Wilson-Snawder Cemetery in Valley Station. Perhaps she is buried there.


Added by James Richards on Feb 17, 2015 11:30 AM
James Richards
RE: Anderson Cemetery
The cemetery is about a nice 200 yard walk from a well-packed dirt road. However, Fort Knox is open for cemetery visits ONLY on Memorial Day. I think the access gate that would best is on Mt. Eden Road, off of Hwy 44. Normally, the staff at the gate can give you directions to the cemetery., but if you use the map on Findagrave (and are good with maps), it should be easy for you. It think it requires you make just one left turn after leaving the gate; about a 5 minute drive.

All that being said, I photographed headstones in this cemetery last Memorial Day, and I only found two headstones there. Unfortunately, I did not see one for Annie Snawder. Sometimes I miss a headstone, but in this case I don't believe there are any other headstones there. You may still want to go visit. I remember it as being an easy and pleasant walk.
Added by James Richards on Feb 17, 2015 10:47 AM
Sharren Formby
RE: Wlliam Lawson
I will get some information together and send it to you. It may take me some time, but I will try to get it done today, if not tomorrow.

Sharren

Added by Sharren Formby on Feb 16, 2015 12:52 PM
James Richards
RE: Anderson Cemetery
There is a map on the Cemetery page. The cemetery is on Fort Knox which is partially in Bullitt County.
Added by James Richards on Feb 16, 2015 12:23 PM
Sharren Formby
RE: Wlliam Lawson
DJ,

I have a William Henry Lawson (1846-1913). His parents are:

Father: Morman Lawson (1816-1905)
Mother: Rachel Roberts (1808-1870)

William has a brother: Albert C Lawson (1851-1913)

If this is your line I have a lot more information on this Lawson line.

Good Luck,
Sharren Formby
Added by Sharren Formby on Feb 16, 2015 10:25 AM
Joe Catlett DeStefano
Lester and Evie Catlett
Thank you for taking the time to provide the photo of my Gr-grand uncle and aunt's headstone at Grove Hill. It is much appreciated. If you are there frequently, Lester's father and mother, John Ben Catlett and Mabel "Mamie" Searcy Catlett are also at Grove Hill (I have photo requests out for them as well). Thank you again for your time and for what you do. Blessings!
Added by Joe Catlett DeStefano on Dec 14, 2014 11:19 AM
J. Sparks
RE: Margaret Hanna
Thanks, I'll check it out.JS
Added by J. Sparks on Dec 13, 2014 6:40 PM
Russell Alan Babcock
Margaret Ellen (HULL) BLACK
Many thanks for the headstone photo for Margaret and placement on to her memorial. Russell
Added by Russell Alan Babcock on Dec 12, 2014 5:04 PM
J. Sparks
RE: Margaret Hanna
Thank you so much for trying. From Ancestry, I find that William Chenoweth Hanna, 1801-1893, Thomas Hanna 1766-1822, my 2nd great grand uncle, and his wife, Margaret "Peggy" Smith Hanna 1776-1813, were buried in Bird-Hanna-Stephens Cemetery. and possible more of the family are buried there. The picture of the cemetery shows headstones leaning and probably some are lost. It looks like a stone is down beside the big Hanna base. Anyway thanks for checking on the cemetery, it is always sad to see a cemetery in the shape this is in. I appreciate your effort so very much. Janice Hanna Sparks
Added by J. Sparks on Dec 31, 2013 8:38 AM
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