|Judy Clayton Hagberg (#47740230)|
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Hello Everyone! I am enjoying researching my ancestors. Predominate lines are: Clayton/Bynum/Berry/Farmer.|
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|Robin Knowles Miner||Mary Polly McClendon|
Check these and see if they help:
Says Micajah is buried there, but does not mention wife;s burial
I did see this burial in many family trees, but I suppose we need to just assume she is buried here.
Perhaps, add in her bio that family hx suggests this as her burial location - at least until positive proof can be found.
|Hal Stewart||RE: The Tallents|
|Hal Stewart||The Tallents|
I have posted the photos you requested and sent you an email with additional data.
|Thomas Swinehart||RE: Thank you!|
Sorry the picture was do poor. The limestone stone was badly weathered and unreadable.
|RAB||RE: Thank you!|
Glad I could help.
Added by RAB on Jun 15, 2014 6:43 AM
|James Durham||RE: Thank you!|
|Angels In Camo||RE: Thank you!|
you are very welcome. I took pictures of the other Crump markers. Will be posting them shortly.
W B C, W W C, Infant Sons, Infant Son, Louise Crump, and Lucy N C Crump.
these are all in a family plot with a fence around it.
|Emory Ferguson||RE: Thank you!|
More than happy to assist. --- EJF
|Anita Morgan||Wiley Clayton|
We found a marriage certificate for a Willy Clayton to a Chap Morgan, in 1883. He lived in Coghill. Do you know anything about this Chap Morgan and is this the same Willy Clayton?
Yes, we are on ancestry.com. He needs his wife's name.
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