|Marie Hignett (#46917732)|
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|born in Phila Pa, and moved to Ohio about 1990. |
have been doing family history for as long as I can remember. and have requested photos through find a grave and had Really good luck and even was able to foward an marker next to one I requested to a family member. It was a great feeling helping some else looking for family history.
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|Susan Glapion||RE: Dempsey's tombstone|
Thank you for responding to my e-mail. I don't see my self in Georgia any time in the future. He's probably buried on private property and his gravesite will rest in peace. Does that land still belong to the Tyner's or to someone else now? Maybe the landowners would know where the gravesite or cemetery is.
Thank you for your time and good luck on your gravestone hunting.
|Susan Glapion||Dempsey's tombstone|
Dempsey's tombstone is relatively new. Do you by chance know when the tombstone was replaced? You said the land surrounding the cemetery is Jackson Tyner's land. Is that Rueben Jackson or another Jackson's land?
How are you connected to Dempsey?
|Susan Glapion||RE: Dempsey Tyner|
He is my 6th great grandfather. My line is Dempsey/ Rueben Jackson/Nathan/Lewis C/ James F/ James F Jr/ James/ Janet/ me. Nathan and his family were in the forced relocation to Oklahoma. Lewis C was born in Tahlequah. I am assuming you know the Trail of Tears story. If not, you can research it. The last full blood Cherokee in my family was James F. He married a full blood Shawnee named Onata Charley. Their son, James F Jr married a white woman and each generation after that married a non Indian. I'm a 16th Cherokee and 16th Shawnee.
|Susan Glapion||Dempsey Tyner|
Thank you so much for sending me the photo of Dempsey's grave! The location of his grave on Ancestry.com is in Tyner Station, outside of Chattanooga, TN. I was in Nashville a couple of years ago and decided to take a day trip with my kids to find the cemetery. Ironically, the cemetery was named Tyner Cemetery but there were no Tyners buried there.
|Joanne Burns||RE: Thomas Eugene Norton|
ok great. I am Joanne, not Joanna. I see that you have my dad listed as William Kyle Sanders. I never knew him as that because he changed his name to Jack Sanders. His son, my brother, is William Kyle Sanders and is still living. This is really exciting for me to find my grandfather Thomas Norton. Still wishing for a photo of him ...Thank you again.
|Joanne Burns||Thomas Eugene Norton|
I am trying to determine if this is my grandfather. If so, he was married briefly 1922 to my grandmother, Sara Black. I am the daughter of Sara's child, Gaynel Norton. Any information you have is most appreciated. Joanne Elaine (Sanders) Burns.
Oops meant to say sorry I don't have better news.
Added by Swangirl on Nov 26, 2012 12:12 PM
I visited Crestlawn today and while I did locate the grave of Anne's father (which has a photo already), there were no other markers around it. Sorry I had better news.
Added by Swangirl on Nov 26, 2012 12:11 PM
|RWC||RE: Fuller lineage|
Yep, William Allen Fuller and the Great Locomotive Chase were big in our family too.
My line back to William Alexander Fuller (who was the father of William Allen Fuller) is,
RWC, Annie Lillian Fuller, Warner Emory Fuller, Judge Warner Fuller, William Alexander Fuller.
Added by RWC on Aug 30, 2012 6:40 PM
Sorry about the last message, the Fuller line I was asking you about was deleted somehow. So here it is again,
My line is,
RWCWilliam Alexander Fuller
Added by RWC on Aug 30, 2012 12:47 PM
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