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Kat Carter
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Added by Kat Carter on Nov 03, 2012 10:10 PM
Bev Scott Kendall
John D. Sweatt, Jr.
My ggg grandmother was Cynthia Ann Neely the sister of your Martha M. Neely. Harriett Parrishwas thier daughter and she married John D. Sweatt, Jr.. I hope this helps, my web page is:

http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~grandmasfamily/parrishneely.html

Father: Benjamin H. Parrish (Lee)
born 8 Aug 1825 in Kentucky
died 30 April 1906
where: Camden Co Missouri
buried: Brown Cemetery Camden Co. Missouri
Married: Martha M. Neely
Other marriages: Elizabeth __________
Father: Thomas Parrish born 1790 Va.
Mother: Elizabeth born 1792 N.C.


Mother: Martha M. NEELY
born 28 Jan 1836 in Boone County Missouri,
died
Buried: Brown Cemetery Camden County Missouri.
Father: ROBERT NEELY
Mother: SARAH ELIZABETH RUSSELL.

Children of Martha M. Neely and Benjamin Parrish:

4 Harriett Parrish
b. 31 Aug 1859
d. 8 May 1922
Married: John D. Sweatt, Jr.
Added by Bev Scott Kendall on Sep 23, 2010 12:23 PM
patchy
RE: Sweatt photo in High Point
sorry lynn, i do not understand your question. photo of Who (Sweatt) at High Point? there are a couple doz or more of the Sweatt name buried at High Point. i think at High Point there are only 3 photos of Sweatt family members themselves, but all of them have photos of the Monuments.
patchy
Added by patchy on Aug 20, 2010 12:46 AM
Cathy and Russell McKay
Forgy
You are so welcome. :)
Added by Cathy and Russell McKay on Aug 08, 2010 7:13 AM
Dick Webb
Picture for Vernon Douglas Hughes
I went out and took a picture of the sign where Vernon's grave was but there is no headstone there. Since he was buried last year they may not have been able to afford one yet. He is buried in the part of the cemetery called the "Garden of Disciples".
Added by Dick Webb on Nov 02, 2009 9:09 PM
ILNY
sweatt
you're very welcome
Added by ILNY on Nov 08, 2008 7:26 PM
 

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