|bbarnhill||RE: Elizabeth Williams|
Ricky, I will delete mine, you have all the links done and pictures on yours.
Sorry for your loss,
|ginger haile||janie lankford|
hey Ricky,its only by chance i found ya . i had never heard of this site. but today is mamma s birthday and i googled her name as i do when missin her i clicked on somthing that brought me right to u . thank you for your kind words . she thought highly of u .she had it rough after the wreck and so many turned on her . but she always said u were a true friend . she told me who did her wrong and who was true . when she passed there were several of the two faced people that came , cry n and try n to talk to me mom would ve laughted . just wanted u to know mom loved u so much . us kids do to . ur a great man . hope this finds u in good health LOVE YA, GINGER
|Larry C Marcum||Smithson Cemetery on Smithson Rd|
Ricky, I have added the above cemetery to Find A Grave. I believe that most of your "Smithson" memorials should be tied to this cemetery rather than the Smithson Cemetery on Peytonsville Rd. I believe you can easily make that change by simply clicking on the cemetery edit function on the various memorials that you have created. Once you have done that all of the information should appear in the correct location and you should still be listed as the memorial creator. Get back with me if you have questions. Larry
|John G. Hall||George Smithson|
Just posted a Headstone photo on the Richmond National Cemetery section. Not sure if you were a relative or not...
|Cemeterian||# 12246216 - Carl William Smithson|
Hi Ricky! Do you know if Carl was a teacher at BGA? He is a first cousin (2x removed) of mine. My husband had an instructor by this name and we are trying to determine if he is one in the same.
|Cemeterian||RE: Smithson Cemetery|
Hi Cousin Ricky!
Where is the Crutcher cemetery you refer to located? I can not find any info on it anywhere. Also, my William Henry Smithson's death certificate says that his burial was in the Henderson cemetery. Are you familiar with that one? I do know that my Smithson's purchased a farm owned by the Henderson's. That farm is now known as the Bagend farm and is a Century Farm in the state of TN. It is owned by Nancy McCall Fisher and her husband.
Hope you and yours are doing well. God's speed.
Hi Ricky! I am looking for the cemetery (Smithson) that you have listed for the burial of Fred Blythe Smithson, Sr. I have been to the location showing on Find A Grave and do not locate the same cemetery. Help! I am trying to locate the grave of my gggrandfather, William Henry W.W.H Smithson. He was the son of Horatio Sharpe Smithson, who I believe is a brother to Nathaniel. I have located the one on Bethesa Rd. and as said the one on Peytonsville/Triniity Rd. However, now I am stumped. The one pictured on your page to Fred, Sr. is not one I am familiar with.
Any assistance you could offer would be so appreciated.
Thanks much cousin!
|Mary Bob McClain||Daniels Cemetery|
Would you check your lising on Daniels Cemetery for Smithson.
This cemetery is a very old cemetery and on private property in the front yard to the side of a farm house. The last person I know of that was buried there was in 1939. Pictures taken recently don't show those two names in that cemetery.
|Warren Eastright||Harriet McCall Hartley|
I looking for her parents, thought they might be Charles and Elizabeth McCall form Flat Creek, Williamson County,Tennessee.
Thank you for your time
|Warren Eastright||Hartley Cemetery|
Hi Ricky, my wife's a McCall and I'm doing a book on the McCall's. I notice that you're the only person that has put anyone buried at that cemetery. I'll be adding a couple of names. What I'm curious about is who has the records of the people buried there? I'm trying to find out who Harriet McCall Hartley parents were, I'm thinking her father was Charles Smith McCall.
You can reach me thru firstname.lastname@example.org
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