|Sherrie Davids (#46887493)|
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|Kathi Maynard Wiley||Maynard #2|
I would like your permission to copy Martha's Death certificate and their headstone picture and add them to the other memorial.
Thanks for your consideration
|Kathi Maynard Wiley||Maynard|
Martha and Levi ( Press Maynard ) are my Great grandparents .... and unfortunately I don't get to Davidson co very often. I will contact the lady who set up the memorials at Hobbs to see If I can add anything and then will delete my Hulan cemetery memorials. I've heard them being in Hulan / Hobbs / Hubbs ~ I did go to Macon co. last summer and found a few of my Maynards ( Adcock ) there, perhaps I'll get the chance to visit Nashville sometime soon.
|Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser||Ida Powell Pitt|
Could you please tell me the number on the memorial that you want transferred to you so I can do as you have asked?
Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser
|diane||Re: George Demumbreum|
I am George's daughter in law, Diane. His wife Sylvia is tickled to hear you have put the photo up on Find a Grave and is anxious to see it.I will be showing her tomorrow. George was Archie's sister, Thelma's son. I do the genealogy for the family and we have no photos of the Hulan side so this particularly please me to see, if not a Hulan photo, at least a connection.
I have never posted to Find a Grave before but need to get George's son, my husband - Wayne listed and seeing George on here spurs me to get it done.
Added by diane on Dec 19, 2015 9:02 PM
|Steve Beasley||RE: gerring-adcox family|
Sherrie I'm so glad I found you.You didn't overstep your bounds at all.I'm very proud of the memorials and so are the rest of my family.I think Daddy would be proud too.I remember when Carl was doing that research and remember him traveling to Indiana and meeting with family members there.I have a packet of write ups that Daddy gave me from that time.Wow 90 years old that's something to be proud of right there.I remember visiting with Ted and Carl and going out to Kingston Springs and visiting Dallas when I was young.I remember when Carl was shot on the job.We used to talk about our mutual disease diabetes but unfortunately the last time we talked was at Daddy's funeral.I wish we could have all been closer as a family but it seems every day life just seems to keep us so busy that we don't get to socialize as much these days.I would like to ask a favor though.Could you send me a picture of Carl.All of my kids want to know what their Great Uncle Carl looks like.
|Karol Blomgren||Photo of Robert Gerring|
Sherrie, I have an original of the photo you have posted for Robert Gerring. The back of mine says "Grandpa Gerring with Aunt Marne". My grandmother was Emma Gerring Clark, so, could the aunt have been one of her siblings? Also, I am first cousin to the L. A. Robins on your friend list.
|Steve Beasley||gerring-adcox family|
hi sherrie,I'm your kinfolks.I'm james and peggy beasley's youngest son.I've just started findind my way around on ancestry.com and find a grave.I love the memorials you have matained for our family members.
|Jerry G. Marable||RE: Ferry Operators at Cleece's|
John Hulan who married my Great Aunt Bertha Bloodworth is the son of Thomas Jefferson Hulan whose father was Jonathan Hulan. William Ashville Hulan, who lived to be 105 yrs old, & Thomas were brothers. Your memorial for Thomas Jefferson Hulan on Findagrave also says that Thomas operated the Cleece's Ferry according to his death certificate. There is a pic of John Hulan and Bertha's grave on Findagrave at Springhill Cemetery in Madison, TN that was created by Terri Rae. I have a copy of John Hulan's death Certificate and it says his father was Tom (Thomas) Hulan. About 2 weeks ago I did my annual trek to Nashville where I was born & raised and lived there for 60 yrs. Then I moved to South Mississippi where we have been now for some 8 yrs. I looked for that Cleece's cemetery while I was in Nashville. In the past it was also called the Cowden Cemetery and the Barnes Cemetery. You have to really want to find that cemetery. It is the hardest place to find. I had to stop & ask several people & even then, it is very difficult. Upon the hill though where it is located, it is gorgeous & the cemetery is well kept. Many of the Barnes & Hulans are buried there but now Bedford or if he is, he has no tombstone. Sherrie, I am thinking now that you and I are probably cousins somewhere down the line. What is your family lineage?
|Jerry G. Marable||RE: Ferry Operators at Cleece's|
Hey Sherrie: Thanks for all the info you have provided about Bedford Bloodworth and his son John H. Bloodworth. You had no way of knowing it but all the info you provided and from Leo Powell on the FB page are from my postings on Ancestry and Findagrave.com. John Hampton Bloodworth is my G Grandfather and was the son of Bedford Bloodoworth. Anyway thanks for the youtube posting of Cleece's Ferry which I had not seen. It was very interesting. Guess I am just going to have to be resolved that I will never find out where Bedford is buried or a newspaper article about his death. Thanks so much anyway Sherrie. I really appreciate all your efforts.
|Jerry G. Marable||Ferry Operators at Cleece's|
Hi Sherrie: I was fascinated by your article in the Nashville Scene which I just happened to see by accident when I was in Nashville last week about the ferry operation near Scottsboro. My GGG grandfather was Bedford Bloodworth who operated that ferry sometimes after he got out of the civil war & fell off the ferry and drowned in the river just after he had dropped off a passenger on the West Nashville side of the river. This would have probably been after 1865 or so. In all your research of this ferry operation, have you ever run across the name of Bedford Bloodworth? If I had a date I could research old newspapers for an article about it maybe. An old family letter found recently in a relative's attic found this info about him. They say he was buried "on the river." I do a lot of family research but this has been my "hardest nut to crack" for sure. Any help? Thanks so much.
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