|Susan Fletcher (#47029507)|
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Old, dusty photos|
And newspaper obits.
And Genweb online hits.
Family trees traced
Back to dead Kings.
These are a few of my
If you see I have a family member of yours within my management, I will gladly transfer it over to you IF they are not my family also.
I will also add family links if you provide them. But, be patient with me, I promise I will get around to it!
Some of my more recent family surnames: Kelley, Snoddy, Nail, Steele, Price, Mathes, Gregory, Money.
Some of my geographical areas of interest: Pulaski, Faulkner, White counties in Arkansas; Franklin, Lincoln counties in Tennessee; Jackson county in Alabama.
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|Bill Bell||John Barry|
Thank you Susan
|Bill Bell||John Berry (Barry)|
Hello Susan, my name is Bill Bell and John Barry is my Great Great Grandfather. I was just at the Harrison Cemetery this week doing some research and adding some reletives on Find a Grave and see that you already have John listed.
Could you plesae change the name from Berry to Barry.
I would be glad to take him as a transfer if you would like.
|Gloria||95640242- Martha M. Huff|
You might want to add in bio that Martha was born in Wisconsin, daughter of David Huff, born in Ohio. He was a farmer in Franklin County, TN.
Death certificate stated Martha died about two weeks after she injured her spine during a seizure. (Ancestry) Did not see a marker for her at cemetery.
Added by Gloria on Mar 05, 2013 6:07 PM
|Dawn Jump||Nancy Caroline Gifford Ashley|
I have been researching this family as well and according to the marriage document and birth records of three of the children (William Jerry and Cora Beth) her last name is Clark.
memorial # 30551150
|JB||Anna and Lawrence Bright|
Thank you very much for taking the photos of their headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by JB on Nov 29, 2012 4:59 AM
|Shirley Lash||Warren Jennings|
If I did not thank you before, I want to thank you very much for taking the picture of Warren Jennings' grave marker. It is much appreciated.
|Michele Clement||James Akin Headstone|
Thank you so much for venturing out to get this photo for me. James died at Camp Douglas in Chicago a few days before Appomattox. Glad his remains made it home.
|Don Stout||James Garrett Photo|
Thank you so much for your help Susan. I really appreciate your taking the time to get the great photo! Don Stout
|Bugshagen||RE: Peter Maurer|
Excellent photo! Thanks for your kindness!
|Karen Colon Stramy||Jerry Don Maier|
Thank you so much for the photo of his marker.
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