|Mary Bob McClain (#46546099)|
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If you have ancestor buried at the Historic John Hunter Cemetery in Mt. Pleasant Tenn. Maury Co.|
there is a Facebook site Save Historic Hunter Cemetery Mt. Pleasant Tennessee and join the conversations about the condition of the ts and the damage in the cemetery.
Born and raised in Lewis and Maury County, Tennessee. Member of the National Society of Children of the American Revolutionary War.
Maury Co., Tn has many historical cemeteries. Many Rev. War soldiers are buried in Maury Co./Lewis Co. Tn., also many Civil War Generals, War of 1812, and their soldiers.
Cemetery preservation is very important to me and I try to list from actual cemetery visits and various book listings. I have been working with Wayne Austin for the last 10 years as a volunteer contributor for his project.
Please, e-mail me with any corrections or additional information that needs to be posted at any Maury County Cemetery where you see my name via the edit option on the memorial.
If I have posted a close relative of yours let me know and I will transfer. Please use the edit option on the memorial for updates, corrections and questions, my responce will be much faster, I don't have to look up the memorial by name that way.
1-14-2014 - Just noticed this: www.findagrave.com (Find A Grave) has started something new. Go to your Contributor Home Page and you will see an Edit Tab on the right hand side at the top. You will now need to approve or decline those edits submitted by users.
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|casey bricker||James Monroe Burns|
James Monroe Burns WAS MY 3RD GRANDPA
|LoRetta Hughes||RE: 11315697 Ophelia Clarissa Polk Hayes|
I believe Ophelia's death date to be April 18, 1851....(due to complications of child birth
I believe the date of birth of the son, Charles,
is in error...I believe it should be April 5, 1851. The mistake on his headstone could have
been wrong information given by a distraught
father or a gross error by the stone cutter.
|Lucie Myers||Ophelia Clarissa POLK|
There must be an error in the date of her death or the date of birth of her child.
Ophelia Clarissa POLK, wife of Dr. John B. HAYES, died 18 April 1854 in Columbia, Maury County, TN
Charles Campbell HAYES, son of Ophelia and John, was born on 5 August 1854.
Could someone verify these dates. It could be that Ophelia died in August 1854 and not April 1854!
Thank you for your help.
Lucie Servole Myers
|D Wilkes||Find A Grave Memorial# 8454104|
I came across some interesting info regarding Alexander Duvall Cooper regarding his son A D Cooper Jr. According to the memorial, the Jr died in 1862. However, I find him listed as Alexander D McBride in 1870 and Alexander Cooper in 1880. Both times he was living with his mom (Mary E Johnston Cooper McBride). I still haven't found what happened to him yet. Just thought you might like to know.
Added by D Wilkes on Dec 16, 2016 3:03 PM
|swingdancer||James K Pollock|
My husband is descended from James K. Pollock. I see that he is the oldest person buried in the Pollock Cemetery. My research indicates that he was born in North Carolina. Do you have any information about his birthplace or parents?
|Tim Johnson||Finis Kirkland "Woodrow" Hill|
Noticed you are looking for help with his parents dates. They lived down the street at 397 Williford, Memphis TN. His father: Eugene William Hill born: 23 Nov 1892, died: 26 Jun 1959. He was a swithman for the railroad and fell from a boxcar. Buried Memorial Park Memphis TN. I was to young to know him. His wife Hattie Irene Hill would give out walnuts for Halloween. His death certificate list his father as Finis Hill and his mohter as Greasy Hudson. I'll put a copy of his death cert on Finis Kirkland Hill page if you'd like or his if you make a memorial for him.
|Frank Sims||J. Franklin Sims|
My name is Frank Warren Sims II, My Father Frank Warren Sims was the son of J. Franklin Sims and Iva Gilmore of Columbia TN. Before J. Sims died he came to an old Cumberland something church in Mt. Joy, where my Father was speaking that day only, to tell my Father he was dying and had emphysema. I was told Papa Gilmore of Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Joy area forced a "shotgun" wedding.I was never told much of my ancestors and just recently started looking as my Mother would not tell and I was told dont asdk. I am just try to trace down Lanette and any other kin I may have. I can be reached at 256 337 5221. I sell Commercial R.E. in Huntsville AL
|Tim Parker||RE: Lankford & Cooper|
Mary Bob, yes but, is Catharine Melvina (Melvira) Cooper their daughter? She was the wife of Moses Lankford. A couple of trees on "family search" say she was their daughter. And if so, then she is my 3rd ggrandmother. And, I think I found where she & Moses are buried, but I have no solid proof of this as of yet. Look for Lankford Cem.,Dickson Co.,TN. Thanks, Tim
|Tim Parker||Lankford & Cooper|
Mary Bob, my 2nd great-grandparents were Joseph A. Parker b.1824,Dickson Co.,TN-d.about 1882 & Jemima Lankford b.1828-d.1860,Dickson Co.,TN. Her parents (my 3rdgreat) were Moses Lankford b.about 1802 NC-d.1863 Dickson Co.,TN & Catharine Melvina (or Melvira) Cooper b.Aug.1809 SC-d.about 1904 Dickson Co.,TN. Her parents were Hugh Cooper b.1771 Chester Co.,SC-d.between 1861-1865 Mississippi & Catharine Brakefield. Hugh's parents were Capt.Robert Cooper & Jane Hamilton. All that came from the website "family search". I saw that you also came from Robert's line. I believe that Joseph A. & Jemima are buried at a Lankford Cem.,Dickson Co.,TN that I added to findagrave. Am I right about Catharine being the daughter of Hugh Cooper? Thanks, Tim
|Baron Reed||Malcolm Gilchrist|
Hello Mary Bob McClain,
Yahoo!! There is a new grave marker for Malcolm and Catharine Gilchrist in the John Hunter Cemetery. Many thanks to Marva Hudspeth and Jerry Kennedy at the Mt. Pleasant Museum for their invaluable assistance. Also, it was Ephraim McClain who was able to tell me there was a new grave marker, and exactly where it was.
And, of course, thanks to the other descendants who are presumably from Courtland, Alabama for providing the very beautiful new grave marker!
Baron Malcolm Reed
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