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Les Tate (#47003556)
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Retired scientist. Avid genetic genealogy researcher. YDNA is Scottish, mtDNA is Native American. Originally from NW Alabama, now in the nearly continuously moist and cool Pacific Northwest. Research now limited to online resources.
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Hunts Forebears
RE: Joshua & Matilda Nichols
Not certain there are any markers, Copied from cemetery book.
I have requested photo as I live over 12 hours from cemetery.
Added by Hunts Forebears on May 06, 2015 8:31 PM
franca wallace
Guthrie Memorials
Thank you so much!
My husband, David E Wallace is the grandson of Robert W Wallace b abt 1866/1871, died in in 1892 in Tn. His parents were Robert William Wallace b abt 1834 Tn and Matilda Tate Wallace b 1839 Are you by any chance related to this Tate?
David and Franca Wallace, Tn
francawallace@yahoo.com
Added by franca wallace on Feb 02, 2015 11:46 PM
orleans
RE: Frank Nelson Tate gravestone
no, i'm not related. i came across it just browsing. are you related? (i'm only half joking--your last names match up but...who knows.)

interestingly sad story about frank. i know they used to sell pre-engraved epitaphs on headstones but not sure if they were doing that as late as 1952. i'd like to think his son had it engraved (you know--in spite of everything).

have a lovely weekend. orleans.
Added by orleans on Nov 08, 2013 12:42 AM
imagal49
RE: A.P. Tate
Thanks...on both counts.
Noelle
Added by imagal49 on Apr 16, 2013 7:33 PM
Renae Carpenter
Dunnam at Hamburg Cemetery
I searched this cemetery on Saturday and couldn't find the marker you requested. Many of the markers are so worn that the letters and numbers are illegible. Sorry.
Renae
Added by Renae Carpenter on Oct 31, 2010 3:55 PM
 

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