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Thank YOU to everyone leaving tokens/notes to the memorials I have added. If you so desire and have time, I would appreciate very much if you could leave tokens/notes for my precious Mom and Daddy.|
Special Request: PLEASE, PLEASE before adding a memorial, check to see if it already exists. I have found tons of duplicates in Rice Field Cemetery, Franklin County, Tennessee. If you add a NEW memorial, could you please leave a token of some kind? Everyone deserves to be recognized.....It's horrible to click on a memorial and not find at least one token. Thank YOU!!
If I've made errors or you wish to have an entry removed or transferred, please let me know and I will gladly accommodate.
The following is something with a lot of meaning and I thought you all might like to read it, also.
Your tombstone stands among the rest neglected and alone. The name and date are chiselled out on polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care; It is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist; you died and I was born. Yet each of us are cells of you in flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse; entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled one hundred years ago spreads out among the ones you left who would have loved you so. I wonder if you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew that someday I would find this spot, and come to visit you.
Thank YOU, Joanie
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|Dorothy Flannery||In touch|
Sending a hug to a very special person.
|~* Debbie *~||RE: Updates|
You're welcome! I read your kind notes about them. He is a distant cousin whom I didn't know. I calculated that we are 3rd cousins, 1 generation removed through our common ancestors Henry & Abigail Sizemore of Gwinnett Co GA.
|Patty Jo Elliott||RE: Transfer|
I am so sorry it has taken a long time for me to respond. I haven't visited this site in a long time. I had to go thru hoops to remember my password. How do I transfer?
|Carlene Tucker||RE: Calvin T. Morris Cemetery|
My lineage is as follows:
Calvin and Mary Pruitt (his first wife) Morris
Hirum and Sara Jane Wilkerson Morris
Cal T. and Jenny Summers Morris
James and Eliza Willis Morris
Lois Morris Cunningham
Carlene Cunningham Tucker
We went to Estill Fork and after talking with several people, I think we now know where the cemetery is located. You have to cross a creek to get there, and due to the large amount of rain, we were unable to cross the creek.
A friend of mine was talking to someone about the cemetery, and he seems to know a way of going without crossing the creek. But this involves crossing other people's land, so I plan to talk with this person. Not sure when or if we will make it to the cemetery, because of high waters in the cold months, snaky conditions in the warm months, or crossing others' property. But my mom would love to go, so I am trying to find a way.
I am including my email address, because I rarely check this site. email@example.com
|God Bless ~ Sandra ~||Helen Blackwell Zike|
I found Helen Blackwell Zike, wife of
Glen Davis Zike.
You may already have found this, but if not, go to:
100 Years Young and Still Volunteering by Ramon Tristani
Posted on November 15, 2012 by RSVPArea10
This is one GREAT lady :)
|Stormy||James H. Carter|
His memorial is #7442186 at Crawford Cemetery, Jackson County AL. Also do you know if this cemetery is at Hytop or Estill Fork. Find A Grave says Hytop my info says Estill Fork. But I have run into that problem before with a Pace Cemetery being listed as Hytop...but it is at the foot of the mountain and is a Scottsboro address.
Added by Stormy on Jan 07, 2013 6:51 PM
|Stormy||James H. Carter|
You left a flower on James' memorial. I have this information: James H. Carter son of Meredith and Elizabeth (?) Carter married Martha Lawanna Matthews daughter of John Thomas and Elizabeth (Sanders) Matthews 10Dec1869.
Can you tell me if it is correct?
Added by Stormy on Jan 07, 2013 6:48 PM
|Dorothy Flannery||Be Safe|
Reading about your weather..Be careful out there.Storms all night here in Jackson co...high winds,etc...but all is good!
Merry Christmas my dear,thinking of you....good in Scottsboro.
Thank you for rembering my seven heavenly grandbabies.
Added by Judy on Dec 21, 2012 5:02 AM
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