|Wayne Hatcher (#46894431)|
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|Genealogy Bug Kate||Horse Cave Municipal Cemetery|
Thanks for the photo of Frank and Alice Pace's marker.
|MICHAEL MARTENS||JAMES BALE|
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
|Linda Hamm||Lee and Mollie Compton|
Thank you and thank you again for taking these photos. My mother hasn't seen her grandfather's grave in so many years. I've been trying to trace her lineage for quite awhile now and I know that this will make her day!
Thank you for that nice picture!
|sherri schaefer bagby||Bagby / Hatcher|
Thank you so much for the input for Anna's parents !
Thank you for stopping by both Camp Ground and Horse Cave to take pictures. Very kind of you.
Added by Godot on Jul 20, 2014 6:12 PM
|Godot||Isenberg Photos|Added by Godot on Jul 20, 2014 6:10 PM
|Anna C||Vardia & Carolyn Gossett|
Thank you for the great photo of these cousins' markers!
Added by Anna C on Mar 05, 2014 5:23 PM
Thank you, Wayne, for locating the stone of Harry Treece and his wife and posting your picture.
|Myrtle Ennis||RE: Rubye Hill Hatcher|
The Hatcher Brothers were sons of Margaret Franklin Hensley Hatcher Gatewood--my gg grandmother and Hillery Hatcher were both from Bedford Co., Va (Peaks of the Otters)--my great grandmother Nancy Mandane Gatewood Ennis was their half sister--her brother Dr. John Cambyses Gatewood practiced with one of the Hatcher brothers in 1850 or 1860 census--Dr. Gatewood was murdered in Edmonson co., Ky by a man not in his right mind--his friends lynched the man. Send me your email address and may be we can solve some of these mysteries. Myrtle Mandane Ennis
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