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Bill Lewis (#46951547)
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Julie Oliver
RE: Charles Henry Davidson
Okay- I figured it out. I only photographed his headstone. Sorry but he is not related to me. I just photograph stones for findagrave. If you need to make changes to his info you can contact the current manager of his page- Lee Manning :) Thanks.
Added by Julie Oliver on Feb 16, 2014 8:35 AM
Julie Oliver
RE: Charles Henry Davidson
I am sorry but I a unsure what you are asking me? I do not have info on a Charles Henry Davidson. Where is he buried? I am volunteer enumerator and have enumerated many graves but I don't recall this one. Thanks.
Added by Julie Oliver on Feb 16, 2014 8:32 AM
David R. Cheesman, Sen.
RE: Annie Jo Laymance Thornburg
Hello Bill:
Annie Jo Laymance was my aunt... my mother's sister-in-law. I remember her clearly because she was one of the most kind and nice ladies I had ever known. It is good to hear from anyone related to her. When Aunt Annie Jo died Uncle Bill Thornburg was so deeply distraught that he was giving and throwing things away that were dear to him. When I saw the photograph of her holding Cathy, I asked Uncle Bill if I may have it, and he gave it to me. I most sincerely regret to add that I believe it is the only one I have of her. If you should have any problems making a copy of it from the find-a-grave site, let me know and I will be pleased make a copy for you. All kindest wishes, Dave Cheesman
Added by David R. Cheesman, Sen. on Dec 25, 2013 6:15 AM
Wayne Smith
RE: Dottie's books
Thank you for your prompt reply. I've met either you or your brother at Leagueville Church. I notice the Library at Athens has several of the books in the genealogy section and are not for loan. I don't have, but plan to get, a hand-held scanner if it's permissable to scan that material. I'm particularly interested in the "Pioneer Churches of Eastern Henderson County" and "Brownsboro Consolidated Schools" and hope you might have those available at the reunion. I'm Brownlow kin to Lee & Mattie's family and would enjoy seeing them.
Added by Wayne Smith on Sep 06, 2013 6:57 PM
Wayne Smith
Dottie's books
Hi Bill,
Would like to have a copy of your Mother's books if still available; the library in Athens has one copy of each but not for loan. Thanks,
Wayne Smith
Added by Wayne Smith on Sep 06, 2013 11:00 AM

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