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Barbara (#46836110)
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Janie Healer Davis
Sonjia McGlothlin
Thanks for adding the obit---appreciate your work! Blessings!
Added by Janie Healer Davis on Sep 16, 2013 8:23 PM
Karen Hendley
Margaret Butler Dew #20424987
I see that you have posted that Margaret Butler Dew lived from 1865 to 16 Nov 1916. I have her in the census records for 1920, 1930, and 1940 (living with one of her 2 sons). Could that last date actually be 1946 rather than 1916? I do see that the stone has sunk into the ground and would be hard to read. Karen Walker Hendley
Added by Karen Hendley on Jan 29, 2013 5:04 PM
Lynda Avey
RE: James Stephenson
My 5th Great-Grandfather is also James Stephenson with a wife named Mary Mercy Young. The dates were a little different and the place that I had listed as burial was Stephenson Cemetery in Simpson, Kentucky. I had not been able to varify it though. Do you have varification for his birth and death and a photo of his grave? Do you know anything about Mary Young? Was she his first wife or second wife? Do you know anything about their children or his parents? How did he get his military rank? I would love to know whatever information you have about him.
Thanks,
Lynda Avey
Added by Lynda Avey on Jul 05, 2012 4:31 PM
Lynda Avey
James Stephenson
Do you know anything about James Stevenson. Did he have a wife named Mary Mercy Polly Stephenson?
I have a James Stephenson b. 14 April 1744 and d. 17 Jan 1821. Is this the same person?
Lynda Avey
Added by Lynda Avey on Jul 02, 2012 6:08 PM
DEBBI DAVIS
W M Mahoney
this person buried at Van Zandt Co., is he related to your collection of Mahoney's? Just trying to tie in my half sister's dad and grandparents. Thank you.
Added by DEBBI DAVIS on Feb 14, 2012 11:11 AM
cnp2607
Ureanus Meek Pursley
Thank you for posting the pictures of Ureanus Meek Pursley. He was my GGG Grandfather.

C. Pursley
Added by cnp2607 on May 29, 2011 3:14 PM
Micah Robinson
Ephraim Pursley
Ran across your entry for Ephraim.... Wondered if you'd done any further work on the Pursley line and if its any relation to Dr. George Turnbull Pursley.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21787175

Wondering if perhaps this is G.T.'s father?

Email me if you've got a lead!
fwoggle@fwoggle. net
Added by Micah Robinson on Jul 19, 2010 10:44 PM
Genealogynut
Tillie Rippetoe
Barbara, I ran across your memorial for Tillie Rippetoe here on findagrave. Are you related to Tillie? I have been going through some old photos of my parents and grandparents and came across a funeral card for Tillie. I am trying to figure out how she fits into my family. A ggg aunt of mine was married to a Orringe Rippetoe. Can you help?
Added by Genealogynut on Feb 28, 2010 2:32 PM
Jeff Turner
William Redding
Barbara,

I tried to get a photo of your requested person when I visited Turner Cemetery on 4 September 2009. Unfortunately, the cemetery is badly overgrown with tall weeks and many of the stones have toppled over. As a result, I was not able to find Mr. Redding's stone. Unless someone comes in and clears the weeds, or waits until winter when the weeds may die back a bit, I think it is unlikely that this stone can be found. It was only by great luck that I found the stone of the ancestor I was looking for, and for that matter it was luck to find the cemetery, as it is hidden from view of the road by a row of large hay bales.
Added by Jeff Turner on Sep 06, 2009 9:47 PM
Camellia
Nancy Belle Campbell May
Thank you so much for so promptly submitting the photo of my great-grandmother Nancy Belle Campbell May's headstone.
Added by Camellia on Jul 26, 2009 12:38 PM
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