|Clifford Skiles||Laura Mae Skiles(Skyles)...|
Laura Mae Skiles is what is on her death certificate but she is buried in Chapel Hill Cem - US - TN - Sequatchie County as Laura Mae Skyles. You will find her listed under Skyles due to her tombstone saying Laura Mae Skyles. There is not a tombstone for your memorial. She is not my relative as far as I know so I can't be of any help....
|Kari Olson||N B Roulston Eliza Raulston headstone phtos|
Hi, I would love to add these headstone photo to my family tree on Ancestry.com with the photo credit to you of course. Please let me know if you object to this or to let me know how you would prefer the photo credit worded. If I do not hear from you , I will assume it is okay to use it. Thanks so much.
|Wendell Walker||Grace Allene Smith|
Hi, I uploaded the death certificate of
Grace Allene Smith, you noted there was
no birth/death dates for her in the cemetery.
Thanks so much for transferring her to me!
|Tawny||Philip A White|
You are maintaining this grave in White's chapel. Is he a relative of your's. I think believe his 2nd wife was a relative of mine: Fannie Pearl Pearson Goldsberry White.
Can you confirm this?
Added by Tawny on Apr 12, 2014 1:47 AM
|Karen R||RE: Chestnut Cemetery|
That would be fine, they are not my relatives but I am researching their past to hopefully add more information.
Added by Karen R on Feb 25, 2014 11:14 AM
She is buried next to her husband but it appears that she remarried. She's listed at Eva Sowell Williams and there already is a memorial listed for her but under Williams. I put her headstone photo with her husbands headstone as well as some notes.
Added by Bob on Jan 07, 2014 11:07 PM
|MichelleW||Suggest a Correction|
Your corrections for Martha Melton have been completed.
Please, please try to do one suggest a correction with all of the information at one time. I often receive over 100 edit requests a week, and other members receive lots more. Thank you!
|MemorialsbyJMiller||S. T. Killingsworth pic|
You are very welcome. It is yours to use as you see fit. And also THANK You for being a Find A Grave volunteer. You never know when you might help me out.
Find A Grave Friend,
|Michelle Urban||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome. Glad that I could help.
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