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Jennifer Harris (#47598926)
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Tim Osborne
RE: James Thompson
Your welcome
Added by Tim Osborne on Dec 13, 2014 8:29 AM
Tim Osborne
RE: James Thompson
I sent you an edit to update. It has Mattie's link.
Added by Tim Osborne on Dec 12, 2014 2:00 PM
Tim Osborne
RE: James Thompson
Mattie E. Thompson, Find A Grave Memorial# 113679884.
This is Nell Marie (Thompson) Osborne's mother.
Find A Grave Memorial# 42383562

James married Mattie in 1895 and she died in 1901. James re-married Louella in 1902. Nell was only 3 or 4 at the time, Louella is her step-mother.
Added by Tim Osborne on Dec 12, 2014 1:50 PM
Helen Matthews
Samuel H. Brisby
I have additional information for the Samuel H. (Houston) Brisby memorial.
Birth: March 12, 1866
Death: September 16, 1958
His parents were James R. Brisby, 1826-1876
Mary Pitts Haskins Brisby, 1840-1927

He was married to Annie Lee Stephens, 1879-1954 on Dec. 30, 1900 in Bedford Co., TN

They had one child, Samuel Russell Brisby, 1904-1955
All of them are buried in Swanson Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Marshall Co., TN.

If you could add this information, I would appreciate it. Thank you.
Helen Matthews
Added by Helen Matthews on Dec 22, 2013 10:16 PM
Debbie Cockrell
RE: John and Hannah Corn
Your so very welcome. I saw a couple other Corns in the Cemetery, but John and Hannah's weren't beside the others. Some of the headstones were so old, I couldn't tell which side the writing was on. When I saw Hannah's I got real excited because of the age. I went back over to her headstone, it was easy to find because someone had left a yellow flower beside her grave and that's when I saw John's name also.

I'm glad I could help.

Added by Debbie Cockrell on Nov 02, 2013 5:50 AM
RE: Rosalia Klopatek
Then I will put up the plot and new memorials. I will send you a link. I going to do some research before I put them up. Drummer is in my tree. These people ages are in the right time.

Does the obituary say she was buried at Holy Cross?

Added by Phillip on Sep 15, 2013 9:52 AM
RE: B. Klopatek
Did you see my note for Rose?

Did she remarry? The grave I found she buried in a Drummer plot.

Added by Phillip on Sep 15, 2013 9:30 AM
John Lettner
Alexander Prochowitz
I went to the cemetery with the intentions of photographing this headstone. In the description for the cemetery it is written that there is only a general map showing only the roads and no individual plots.
While this is true, you can stop at the office and they will look up and give you the location of the grave. Perhaps not the exact location, but close enough.
That being said I could not find a stone for Alexander Prochowitz. I looked for a long time. I suspect there is no stone.
Added by John Lettner on May 01, 2013 7:23 PM
Steve Seim
RE: Klopoteks
You're welcome!
Added by Steve Seim on Nov 11, 2012 6:23 PM
RE: James Callan
Hi Jennifer,
You are welcome.
I did find next to James' marker a John W Callan, Apr 4, 1917 - Oct 6, 2001 marker.
If you are interested in a pic, just create a memorial, let me know the mem# and I will upload my pic.
God bless, ron
Added by Detcele on Oct 18, 2012 5:53 PM
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