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James Richards (#47086063)
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Bio Photo Hi,

I am a retired veteran and genealogist. I work on Fort Knox so I have opportunities to visit some cemeteries on post and in Hardin County, KY.

If you would like to have a memorial transferred to you, please let me know by using the Edit tab and sending me a note.

Please feel free to use any of my photographs for your personal use. However, my photographs are not authorized for posting on Ancestry.com or any other For-Profit website without my permission.



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William Mattingly
RE: John Hornell
I think this is John Horrell (another surname which gets spelled in various ways). John was born 10-27-1792 in Breckinridge County and died on 10-9-1865 in Breckinridge. He had a daughter named Frances who married Charles Felix Mattingly.

Francis was his second wife (married 02 Oct 1878) and born about 1835. I lose her and I don't think she had children.
Added by William Mattingly on Sep 16, 2014 11:24 PM
William Mattingly
Margaret Mattingly
Thank you for the photos and transfers. I'll see what I can do with them.
Added by William Mattingly on Sep 16, 2014 10:42 PM
William Mattingly
RE: Mattingly's
Yes, I was searching for them. I knew some information but not where they were buried. Mary's full name was Mary Appolone (Baptized Apolonia Mattingly at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Daviess County, Kentucky on 12-25-1825 by Rev. Elisha J. Durbin; Age 1 month; Sponsor Margaret Mattingly; parents James and Mary Mattingley.)

William's middle name/initial gets twisted around in records but it appears his middle name was Madison. William and Mary were not closely related although they were cousins. Their common ancestor is Thomas Mattingly, about 1627.
Added by William Mattingly on Sep 16, 2014 5:09 AM
Susan Francis Bott and Bruce E Bott
Susan Elizabeth Calvin Langley#87270902
Hi James,

May I please have your permission to use Susan's picture on my tree? I will give you full credit for the picture.

Thanks,
Susan Francis Bott
Added by Susan Francis Bott and Br... on Sep 15, 2014 10:46 PM
Donde
Re: Photo Request for Geo W Berry
Thank you, Richard, so much for taking the picture of George Berry's Tombstone at Mount Carmel Cemetery. It is wonderful to be able to finally see the tombstone for my G Great Grandfather, and know that someone cared/s. You ae wonderful!
Added by Donde on Sep 15, 2014 9:39 AM
eidolon126
RE: Lucretia
Yes!! I am very interested in more Cannon photos. You have gone over & beyond anything I thought I would get, when I requested photos from Axtel.

I'm also interested in just about all the photos for Mt. Carmel. It's been a bit difficult getting photos from Breckinridge Co.

Again, thank you so much!
Added by eidolon126 on Sep 15, 2014 7:29 AM
eidolon126
Mt Carmel Cem.
thank you so very much for the photo of Lucretia Cannon's headstone!!
Added by eidolon126 on Sep 14, 2014 8:09 PM
Diane Addington
The Nalls
James, Thank you for the nice note. I appreciate your many efforts for all us in our attempts to document the lives of friends and ancestors. I see your name on many photos and memorials to which you have made contributions. Thank you!
Added by Diane Addington on Sep 06, 2014 8:31 PM
Diane Addington
Rebecca Slack & John Washington Nall
James, I am wanting photos of the headstones for the husband and wife below. There is a note at the bottom. I realize they may not be in Mt Zion. I did go there this summer when in KY and could not locate the stone, but I was by myself and ran into some personal difficulties when searching. I know you take a large number of photos of many stones in "Hardin County, so I thought you might be able to find them, The older part of the cemetery on the far back right down slope, might contain their stone. Thanks for any help you might offer. Diane

John Washington Nall
Birth: 
Jul. 22, 1772
Culpeper County
Virginia, USA
Death: 
Oct. 7, 1865
Hardin County
Kentucky, USA

John was the son of James Nalle & Elizabeth Kelly. He married Rebecca Slack on 14 October 1797 & they had 13 children. John may be buried in Owen's Family Cemetery on property now lying within Fort Knox Military Reservation. 
 
Burial:
Mount Zion Cemetery
Hardin County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Lillie Riney
Record added: Sep 27, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5805564

Rebecca Slack Nall
Birth: 
Jun. 3, 1778
Virginia, USA
Death: 
Jun. 22, 1844
Hardin County
Kentucky, USA

Rebecca married John Washington Nall on 14 October 1797 & they had 12 children. 
Burial:
Mount Zion Cemetery
Hardin County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Lillie Riney
Record added: Sep 28, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5806980

BURIAL: It is unsure where John Nall is buried. There are two stone with
identical information on them located in Kentucky. One is in the Mt.Zion
Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Ky, with the dates listed here plus the inscription
"John Nall, Husband of Rebecca". The second one is located in the Owen's Family
Cemetery which now lies within the Fort Knox Military Reservation. It bears his
name and the dates listed here.
Added by Diane Addington on Aug 28, 2014 10:58 PM
John Zihlman
RE: Bleakley Hart Cemetery Fort Knox
Thanks for getting back with me James. I would love to have any photographs you might have of the cemetery. My email is jszdjz@gmail.com .

I have contacted the Ft. Knox people and I have the name of the range guy and his contact number and email. I fear this may be a dry run and that is why I was trying the people that have taken photos at the cemetery to see if anyone remembered Harts out there. I didn't want to bother the fort people unless I thought there might be something to see.

Thank you again for your help.

John Zihlman
Fort Worth, TX
Added by John Zihlman on Aug 22, 2014 10:18 AM
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