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Carolyn Leverich Atkinson (#47114736)
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Bio Photo I am always searching for the 1870 census record of Francis Sarah Ann (any variation of) Click, with two children; Lena Rivers Allen abt age 6-7, and Ada Click abt age 1-2 in or between Cocke Co, Tennessee and Giles Co, Tennessee.

I have posted a lot of family photos on memorials I have made and on other family memorials.

Everyone is welcome to use any photograph with my name under it. I do not own our ancestors. If you have photos you would be willing to share with me, I would love to hear from you.

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Joan Ebersold
RE: Helen LOVITT Knox and Harold KNOX
I just happened to be in the cemetery decorating my great, great grandparents' graves and decided to see if there were requests for the cemetery! Fortunately, the Knox stone was very visible. My good turn for you also benefited me in that I found the graves of my grandfather's first cousin and his wife while looking for your request!
Added by Joan Ebersold on May 14, 2016 4:01 AM
Jan Fendley
Reed Davis - Warren Cemetery
I'm sure there is no marker for him. Several surveys have been done of this cemetery. It was called Liberty Cemetery at the time Reed Davis died. The name was changed to Warren in 1939. I live only a few blocks from this cemetery and have photographed all markers I could find. It is located in a neighborhood and there have been several vandalism incidents. There is a Warren Cemetery Association and plots are still being sold, but I can't find my information on it right now. Reed Davis has been listed in every survey with no grave location.
--Jan
Added by Jan Fendley on May 02, 2016 9:31 AM
Deirdrebp
Carolyn (Carrie) Lorentz
contacted someone associated with the Zion Cemetery, most didn't pretain to you r inquiry so i removed it, but this is what they wrote me -

Subject: RE: Zion Church Cemetery question

Dee, I donít have a master list of people buried at Zion in Urbana, but I have some old files I can look in. I can tell you, however, that Alexander Beall was not buried at Zion, if he died in 1744, because the cemetery wasnít established until after the church was founded around 1804. I donít know of any Bealls in the Zion cemetery. But there was a Beall homestead in the vicinity of Urbana (before the town was established and named around 1830) and there was a small cemetery there. Burials there would have been in the late 18th- and early-19th century, so probably not Alexander. Hereís the info on the Beall home, from the Frederick County historical register:


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The other name to check on is Carolyn (Carrie) Lorentz? If I come across a burial list, Iíll look for that name.

There are two other small cemeteries in Urbana, and sometimes there are confused in records. One is St. Ignatius Catholic Church, and the other is Urbana Methodist Church. Zion was the Episcopal Church, and it went inactive after a fire in the early 1960s.

Hope this is helpful. --- Knight Kiplinger
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Added by Deirdrebp on Apr 21, 2016 12:11 PM
Deirdrebp
RE: Carrie Olivia Lorentz # 134970599
got it, i recall exactly now! that was a small and very old cemetery. it wasn't linked to an active church, but there was a sign with a phone number. I can easily go by it again later this week!
Added by Deirdrebp on Apr 18, 2016 9:49 PM
Deirdrebp
RE: Carrie Olivia Lorentz
i didn't. It was a Sunday afternoon and the churches were all closed at that time.

I went to several cemeteries that day and only was successful at one getting several requests, so I apologize that I can't recall which one you refer to. As they were all close to me, I can possibly go back to the cemetery's office and talk to someone.

Just refresh my memory which one you were looking for.

Dee
Added by Deirdrebp on Apr 18, 2016 9:32 PM
Diana
RE: RE PS
Thanks Carolyn!
Added by Diana on Apr 12, 2016 9:17 PM
Diana
PS
I am thinking I am related to your husband? I am having major surgery tomorrow, so I will be out of the loop for a few days. But I will be back! :-)
Added by Diana on Apr 12, 2016 6:40 PM
Diana
RE: RE--Naomi Woods Atkinson Surber
I wish I did have some photos, but I don't. That is really too bad your photo was lost to age :-( Would it be you, or your husband whom I am related to? This is my dads family so I have a cemetery list of his relations and ancestors on my page.
Added by Diana on Apr 12, 2016 6:38 PM
OkieBran
Paul Woods
I have transferred your husband's uncle to your care.
Added by OkieBran on Apr 12, 2016 11:42 AM
Diana
RE: Naomi Woods Atkinson Surber FAG #54407352
Andrew married Ann Mullen and had daughter Elmira Markley. She married John Franklin Lovitt and they had Estella Mae Lovitt. Estella married Job Arthur Burns and they had Lillian Louise Burns, who married Leroy Benjamin Woods and they were the parents of Naomi. Right?
Added by Diana on Apr 11, 2016 8:00 PM
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