Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
William and Linda Knobel (#46913607)
 member for 9 years, 4 months, 24 days
[Add to MyFriends]
Bio and Links
Bio Photo
 Contact: Leave Public Message
Contributions to
Find A Grave
 • 3,172 Memorials Added
 • 3,113 Memorials Managed
 • 6 Memorials/Week
 • 3,613 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 78 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 443 Virtual Flowers
 • 15 Virtual Cemeteries
 • 1 Fame Rating
Search Contributor's Records

First NameLast Name

Virtual Cemeteries
American Revolutionary Wa... (1)
Born in the 1700's (27)
Confederate Soldiers Dick... (44)
Korean War Soldiers Dicks... (25)
Lived to 100 + Years (3)
Masons (38)
My Family (30)
Union Soldiers in Dickson (2)
Unique Monuments (2)
Vietnam Soldiers Dickson ... (21)
[View all Virtual Cemeteries...]
Messages left for William and Lin... (119)[Leave Message]
L Beacon
James Huggins
I saw you had posted a photo of James and Roby Huggins on James' memorial.
Was hoping to get in touch, my father-in-law served with James in WWII and I have some photos I would like to share with you.
Added by L Beacon on Sep 15, 2016 12:40 PM
suzan gordon
Joe Baggett

September 10,1918-- Mr. Joe Baggett died at 5:00 A.M. today from a fractured skull resulting from the falling upon him of a tier pole in his tobacco barn Monday afternoon about 5:00.

Mr. Baggett, it is said, was trying by means of a pinch bar to replace another tier pole. In doing so, he released the pole immediately above his head. He was knocked to the ground senseless, the heavy pole falling across his body. While the injury to his skull was sufficient to cause death, it is said that he would have been killed notwithstanding by the weight of the pole on his body.

The tragic death of Mr. Baggett is deeply deplored throughout the community in which he lived. He was one of it's leading citizens and was widely known and highly esteemed.

Mr. Baggett was 50 years of age. He is survived by his wife and four children, the youngest of whom is six years of age. Mr. Baggett was a member of the Junior O.U.A.M. Council #62 at Cunningham. Burial will be at old Lone Oak Church.
Added by suzan gordon on Aug 01, 2016 7:34 PM
Barbra Keele-Barnes Lloyd
Photo of William Bone headstone
Linda, you posted a headstone of William Bone buried in Bone Cemetery to the William Bone that is buried in the Slayton Cemetery. Please remove it from the wrong person. That William Bone is buried in the Slayden Cemetery located on Little Barton's Creek RD not the Bone Cemetery from which you took the photo I have a photo of the correct headstone that I took of William's and it is on his findagrave memorial. there were several William bone's all decedents of the same family. Please remove as I have received comments as it confuses people.
Added by Barbra Keele-Barnes Lloyd on Jun 15, 2016 3:33 PM
RE: Francis Teapot Smith
Hi! I haven't done genealogy research in about 5 years. I have small kiddos so I've had to put all my research to the side for quite a while! Also, unfortunately, the hard drive where I stored all my research and data (over 10 years worth) went out and I lost everything. I remember the name Francis Teapot Smith, but I can't remember the exact connection to me. He is on my Dad's side of the family, but I can't remember how far back he goes. My grandfather was Ernest Francis Smith. I'm thinking he was born in 1923 and died in 1972. He died before I was born so I never got to meet him. I can't remember if this Francis was his father, or maybe a grandfather. I'm sorry I can't be of more help there. I'm just now starting to rebuild everything from scratch, but I'm beginning in a different part of our family! You can send me any questions you have about the Smith family and I will try to answer what I can. Happy hunting!
Added by Amanda on May 04, 2016 2:15 PM
Mel ski
RE: James Shennie Huggins
Yes, I am related to Shennie and Roby Huggins. They are my maternal grandfather's brother and sister.
Added by Mel ski on May 04, 2016 8:38 AM
Mel ski
RE: James Shennie Huggins
Shennie Huggins is my Great Uncle. I wasn't aware that he had any children. I ask my Great Aunt and see.
Added by Mel ski on Mar 22, 2016 8:13 AM
Smith. Baker.
Hello., Sunday Blessings to you. Thank you very much for the Edits. Thank You in all that you both do above and beyond helping others. Your time is appreciated.
Added by C on Mar 20, 2016 7:32 PM
Jerry R. Anderson, Sr.
STREET Memorials
Would you please transfer management of John M Street (#98408809) and his wife Laura (#98408879) to me - they are my Grand Children's ancestors and I would like to make all the connections without going back and forth and back (grin) - Jerry
Added by Jerry R. Anderson, Sr. on Mar 18, 2016 6:02 AM
Jerry R. Anderson, Sr.

Only Ludia Cornelia was a daughter of George Washington Bullard (and his wife, Mary Martha Underwood)

I have no idea where Artie Mae Bullard (Fullbright), Leonard Leon Bullard or George E. Bullard belong ... They really should be removed

Ludia's siblings:
Annie B. Robinson (your memorial #98882855)

Christine Norfleet (your memorial 98882300)
Name Minnie Christine
13 Feb 1909 Dickson County, TN
Nov 1984 Montgomery County, TN

Pinkney Paul Bullard (someone elses memorial)

I just requested all three of these siblings be connected to their parents ...


Added by Jerry R. Anderson, Sr. on Mar 06, 2016 11:09 AM
Jerry R. Anderson, Sr.
Bullard Family - Waynick Cemetery
Wm/Linda - Not sure how this happened, but I believe "Esmah Bullard" was added to your memorial George Washington Bullard (memorial 98570742).

This is an error ...

George was marrid to Mary Martha Underwood (memorial 98570579) ...

I have no idea who this Esmah Bullard was other than evidently she died in California ??

Added by Jerry R. Anderson, Sr. on Mar 05, 2016 10:44 AM
[View all messages...]

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service UPDATED