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|Robert Fincher||RE: Malila Ketner|
When Mary Meliah Hollaway Maxwell (Ketner) was born on December 1, 1810, in Marion, Tennessee, her father, Thomas, was 30 and her mother, Mary, was 22. She married David Ketner on March 21, 1830, in Marion, Tennessee. They had 10 children in 20 years. She died on May 17, 1888, in Marion, Tennessee, having lived a long life of 77 years, and was buried there.
I appreciate you trying to find the gravesite of Katie Quinn. If she's not there, it's sure a mystery to where she might be. They were not divorced so she should have been buried next to her husband Arthur. Thanks so much for your kindness.
Thanks Judy for the great photos.
Added by coleary on Mar 12, 2014 1:28 PM
|Annette Hixon||Joe Higdon|
Thanks Judy for taking the picture on Joe.
I am working on the Higdons
|Anna Schultheis Bertram||Nancy Adkins|
Thank you for this picture! I still hope to visit this cemetery some day but it is so good to be able to see the tombstone pictures.
|Anna Schultheis Bertram||George W. "G.W." Adkins|
Thank you for the lovely picture of the 2nd tombstone for this man. I believe this last stone near other Adkins family members is a centotaph. ( . . . an "empty tomb" or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of people whose remains are elsewhere). This is a new happening for me.
|Mary Matthews Bryant||Billy Wooten|
Thank you so much for the photos you took for me, I appreciate you and the great job you do. Thanks
Thank you so much for the great photo of J.W. Bryson's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Zoe on Mar 12, 2012 2:19 PM
|ron summers||Buckner, Alice|
Thanks so much, hope to someday return the favor for someone in need, in my area.
|Tony Pope||Berkie Louisville Alonzo "Lonnie" Harkins photo|
Judy.....THANK YOU! What a great surprise to see the image of my grandmother's uncle's gravestone! The guy really made a circle... His mother happens to be from around that area...but had lived in Union County, GA since right after the Civil War. He followed some siblings out of Union County around 1910-1920 and moved to Gordon County, Georgia and by 1930 was up in Tennessee where he apparently was living when first wife died...and second one too I guess.
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