|Tim Chrismer (#47202493)|
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|Nikki Brown||Fredrick & Lillian Pope|
Hello, could you please link 44335707 & 44335706 together as husband and wife? thank you so much!
|Rhonda Gram||Robert E McNelley grave|
Just some information about this man.
He was a great singer/songwriter from the Columbus,Ohio based band McGUFFEY LANE of which I am a HUGE fan!! Bobby Gene (as friends called him) was an AWESOME MAN!
McGuffey Lane Biography
For a band given up for dead, both figuratively and literally several times over, McGuffey Lane and their music are still going strong, pleasing thousands of fans throughout Ohio, the Ohio River Valley and beyond, with their own unique blend of rock, country, and bluegrass.
In the beginning there wasn't even a band, just a duo called Scotch and Soda. That's the moniker Steve Reis and Terry Efaw took in 1974 as they started to play around Columbus, doing popular country and folk rock tunes of the day. When joined by singer songwriter Bobby Gene McNelley, they became McGuffey Lane, named after a street in Athens that Reis lived on during his Ohio University days.
As the band took hold, more and more of their performances became filled with originals. The band's confidence in their own material grew, supported by the reaction from their fans, and original music soon dominated their shows. Many of these songs would end up making up their first album in 1980, such as "Green Country Mountains," "Break Away," "Long Time Loving You," and "People Like You." Whether it was Zachariah's or on the road, more and more people came to hear McGuffey Lane do McGuffey Lane songs.
The band's personal would change. After Day by Day McNelley left the band, pursuing a solo song writing career, and trying to deal with a person demon or two. His life would tragically end in a double homicide with girlfriend Linda Sue Green in January of 1987.
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|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Florence Rife|
Thank you so very much for this photo -- and God Bless you for all of your work.
|Marilynn Johnson||Sidner Ward|
Thank you so much for providing the photograph of the tombstone of SIDNER WARD.
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