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Jonathan Malcolm Lampley (#46586093)
 member for 12 years, 3 months, 23 days
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Bio Photo Nashville native Jonathan Malcolm Lampley is a writer, professor, and historian. He is the co-author of THE AMAZING, COLOSSAL BOOK OF HORROR TRIVIA (Cumberland House, 1999) and author of WOMEN IN THE HORROR FILMS OF VINCENT PRICE (McFarland, 2011). His most recent project is FAN CULTURE, a collection of academic essays co-edited with Kris Barton (McFarland, 2013). He has written movie reviews for ALL THE RAGE in Nashville and THE PULSE in Chattanooga. Jonathan's article on American History in the Movies appeared in the July/August 2003 issue of AMERICAN SPIRIT. Jonathan holds three degrees from Middle Tennessee State University, including the PhD in English. He teaches English and Film at Dalton State College in Georgia.
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David Eastburn
Adelicia Acklen
I am honored to sponsor her beautiful memorial. I would like to add some recent photos, and will contact you to reorder the photos as you prefer. David
Added by David Eastburn on Jan 16, 2014 8:06 PM
RE: Adelicia Acklen updates
No, I haven't asked anyone when Rokeby was torn down. I've only looked here and there for clues and think it was probably in the early 1950's. Even if I knew the exact year I would probably never take the time to look through a years worth of 2 newspapers to find the article.

I've read DINNER AT BELMONT a couple of times. Interesting fiction.
Added by CB on Sep 28, 2010 6:19 PM
RE: Adelicia Acklen updates
Thank you so much for adding the links and so quickly. I wasn't sure you would receive my message. Have also sent a request for links to the contributor who added 8 of Adelicia's children. Her son, Joseph, must be linked by Find a Grave as he is designated as famous.

Glad you found the article on Rokeby interesting. Wish I knew for sure when the house was torn down so I'd have a clue where to search for the newspaper the article came out of. I wish the house was still there, too. My grandmother told me she was born at Rokeby although reading that article one would think she couldn't have been. Other things lead me to believe that the Shields family actually did live there in the 1880's and 1890's.

Someone added a portrait of William Cheatham to his page and when I added the headstone photos it pushed his photo down to the 3rd position. If you would rather his portrait be in the first position, you can change the photo sort order so his portrait is back on top. Up to you.

Thanks again.
Added by CB on Sep 28, 2010 6:16 AM
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