|Eunice Chapmond - Kilgore (#21513702)|
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I was born and raised in LeFlore County Oklahoma , my father was born in Montgomery Co. Arkansas and my mother was born in Clay Co. Tennessee. |
I have been doing family history for over 53 years and consider photos of headstones an important part of that research.
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|Linda||Rev. John W. Brown|
Please post this bio to his page. Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Texas Co., MO.
Elder John W. Brown, who is prominently identified with the
farming and stock raising interests of Burdine Township, Section 22,
was born in Mississippi County, Mo., April 26, 1840, his parents
being George Wesley and Lucinda (Scott) Brown. Elder John W.
Brown was left motherless when a few months old, and his father died
in August, 1883. He was reared in St. Francois County, Mo., and
was obliged to make his own way in the world. He first contracted
chopping cord-wood, and added farming to this. After the late Civil
War he came to Texas County, purchasing a fine tract of land, consist
ing of 240 acres, where be located and Where he has since lived. He
was married in St. Francois County, Mo., to Miss Hettie Jones, a native of Missouri, born in Bollinger County, and the daughter of
Thomas and Delilah (Pullum) Jones, natives of North Carolina. To
Mr. and Mrs. Brown were born six sons, all living: William Isaac,
a farmer of Texas County, who married Miss Sarah Keen, and
hasa family; John Wesley, a farmer of Wright County, who married
Miss Evalina Dye; Thomas Benton, a student at Mountain Grove
High-school, a schoolteacher; James Harvey, Albert L. and Chris
topher C. yet remain on the farm with their parents. They buried
their two daughters, Martha Delilah and Mary Melvina. Mr. and
Mrs. Brown have extended their Christian charities to other children
than their own, and have adopted two little orphans girls, Rhoda
Elizabeth Klymer and Ma Catherine D_rennon. Mr. Brown has
served on the school board 0 15 district, and has worked as a local
minister for the past twenty years, in the Baptist Church, of which he,
his wife and children are all members.
Added by Linda on Nov 16, 2015 7:38 PM
|Lisa Lampros (Barnes) (Johnson) (McRay). (Davis)||My Great-Grandfathers headstone|
I wanted to thank you for adding my Great-grandfather William "Bill". McCray. You are doing a wonderful job helping all the families find their Loved Ones final resting place! You are amazing, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Lisa (Barnes) Lampros
|Scott Brady||RE: Poor House Ridge Cemetery|
I understand. If you hear of any information in the future. Feel free to contact me. Thanks again.
|Scott Brady||Poor House Ridge Cemetery|
My name is Scott Brady. According to my grandfather (James Brady), I am a descendant of the Brady's from Clay County, TN. My great grandfather (William M Brady b. 1869) hails from there. My great grandfather (William) and great grandmother (Lillie Sebree b. 1889) married there June 4, 1905. They migrated to Lebanon, TN and are buried in Jackson Cemetery in Wilson county, TN. I have personally driven to Clay Co, TN. and unfortunately was unable to locate Poor House Ridge Cemetery. I was told by some locals there that it was located on some "private property" on Poor House Ridge Road. I searched the area and was still unable to pinpoint the location. If you have any information I would greatly appreciate it. I live within a couple hours drive from there and would love to take my father and share any information and pictures with others. You can email me at Tsbrady71@gmail.com. I appreciate the information you have already provided and look forward to your correspondence. Thank you.
|Virginia Brown||Ella Solomon|
Thank you VERY much for the transfer of Ella's memorial. You have made my day!
OPPS Thought she was your family but if not you can transfer her back i knew all her kids was best friends with her daughter Thought she connected to yours ,she was a Cherry and married Don Cherry Joe Cherry Son first..You have her brothers at union hill(Fred Cherry kids ? Cale son
Added by Lizzie on Sep 03, 2015 12:28 PM
I transfer her to you
Added by Lizzie on Sep 02, 2015 10:18 PM
|Lizzie||Union hill cemetery|
would you please transfer me cratan cherry boyd cherry john f cherry they are my family my mothers grandmother and Eiffie and Rad Dodson MOM GREAT AUNT SHE ALSO USE MY FIND GRAVE SHE ASK ME TO ASK SO MICHELLE WOULD STOP WITH ASKING FIND A GRAVE TO REMOVE THEM AND THE GUY YOU HAVE AS CRANTAN CHERRY son IS NOT hers unless she had him with another man Our cherry family had slaves unless this was a child Boyd had and that's a fact and sham on them for that
Added by Lizzie on Aug 30, 2015 12:18 AM
|Lizzie||cratan cherry and cherry family|
she is my gg grand mother did you send some to me about their graves a uh
Added by Lizzie on Aug 29, 2015 11:32 PM
|donDonna bunkerna buckner ||Rebecca Ellen Moore Smith carter|
Are you kin to rebebba Ellen Moore Carter of clay co tn?
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