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|Ray Allen Brabston||Samuel Robert Wester Memorial# 54714643|
Thought you might use this. -
Best wishes, Allen
Grainger County, Tennessee
WEBSTER, Sam R.
Teacher; born near Rutledge, Tenn., Feb. 25, 1874; Scotch-Irish descent; son of John H. and Nancy A. (McAnally) Webster; educated in public schools, Madison Acad., Rutledge, graduated from Columbus High School, Columbus, Ga., 1897; married Emma J. Morgan Nov. 18, 1903; he began life as a farmer, later clerked in a country store; was Justice of the Peace 1902-1906; Coroner 1900-1902; Co. Supt. Schools Grainger Co. 1908; Election Commissioner Grainger Co. 1907 to present; expert accountant for same county 1906-1910; Odd Fellow; Democrat and member Baptist church.
Source: Who’s Who in Tennessee, Memphis: Paul & Douglass Co., Publishers, 1911; transcribed by Kim Mohler
|Holly Maki||RE: ROBERT A SHOOK|
Thank you so much! David S. Shook is my 3x Great Grandfather through his son Granville Lee Shook from David S. Shook's marriage with Indiana Diehl Shook. She was his first wife. I would love any information you may have on David S. Shook and his parents and grandparents Please. Thank you
P.s. If it would be easier to mail me info or e-mail it to me please feel free to ask for my contact info.
Updates and addition to the obit area have been added.
Thanks for the info.
|Holly Maki||RE: ROBERT A SHOOK|
|Holly Maki||ROBERT A SHOOK|
I am searching through my family history and found that my 3 times great grandpa David S. Shook had a son by the name of Robert A Shook and the year of birth is right. I was wondering if you happen to know the parents of Robert A. Shook (R.A.
|Homeward Bound||Shook Pictures in Akron Cemetery|
May I use your pictures of Robert and Fannie Shook in my family tree with credit to you for the pictures. Thank you.
|Judith||Alice L. and J. Leo Lawlis|
I just posted a photo of their grave marker and it has their birth years.
Added by Judith on May 23, 2013 7:16 PM
|Bill Newman||Ann Newman Lawlis|
Discovered your posting a couple of days ago. According to Catherine Lawlis, James Lawlis died in Benedicta, Maine and was buried close to the Catholic Church. Martin Lawlis, Anne Newman Lawlis' son, searched years for the grave but was unsuccessful. It appears that they grave may have been destroyed during the expansion of the church's foundation. There is mention that Ann Newman Lawlis was born in Derry in 1830. I presume that this information was obtained from one of Ann Newman Lawlis' descendants but that presents a problem. At the time in question there were very few if any Newmans living in Derry. Do you suppose that over time Derry was confused with Kerry? On several documents Anne Newman Lawlis' middle initial appears as a P. Do you know what the P stands for? Anne Newman, James Newman, Denis Newman, and Patrick are recorded as sisters and brothers on the 1851 New Brunswick Census for Northampton Parish.
James Newman is a direct ancestor of mine.
William A. Newman
|Linda Doile Morris||Bernice Snepp|
Hello, My name is Linda and I would like more informtion on Bernice if you don't mind. It lists Georgia Muck as a daughter. That is what I need some clarification on. And, I would like to know if you know your Snepp line. If you do not, I can give you all of it up to a Joseph Schnepp, the original name. I did not know about Bernice until this memorial. If you do not know who I am, I am the lady that did the entire Schnepp tree, about 90,000 of us.
Can't wait to hear from you.
|Toni Wolff||John J Lawlis|
Trying to track down my grandfather Harry P Galarneaux family tree, information is very sketchy and my mom does not remember much, are you related to John J Lawlis born Aug 20 1881 died Apr 25 1953? If you are, would like to exchange information that would possibly help me untangle the family tree. thanks, Toni Wolff
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