|Charlene Gadomski (#47057765)|
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|James (Jim) Purdon||Henry Inman Followup|
Good Evening Charlene. I thank you for the information on Henry Inman. In doing further research on Henry Inman at Piney Grove cemetery, I discovered: Three Piney Grove cemeteries in Whitley County and none listed a Henry or Mary Jane Inman. Could you help me refine which Piney Grove Cemetery so we can do a walk through? My sister lives in Burnside, Ky, and she is willing to check out the cemeteries. My phone nr is 703-758-4837. Henry and Mary Jane were married on 24 May 1874 in Pulaski County, KY.
|James (Jim) Purdon||Use of Inman Wedding Picture|
Good morning, Charlene,
You may use the wedding photo of James A. Inman and Ora Lee Barnett. This wedding picture was taken in McCreary County, Whitley City, KY. They were married on March 01, 1918. Folklore has it that the wedding took place in Sawyer, KY. Doyle Inman was the genealogist and curator for the Inman-Barnett-White-Helton lines. He provided invaluable services to many queries on these genealogy lines over many years. I inherited 4 cubic feet of genealogy documentation upon his death at age 82 in 2005 and continue the never ending, but fun searches. Right now I am trying to locate the unmarked grave of Henry Inman, James Inman's father, my Great-Grandfather. It is thought to be at Highland Cemetery in Williamsburg, KY. Please let me know of your connection/interest in my maternal Grand-parents-the Inman's. //Jim//
|James (Jim) Purdon||RE: Inman family|
Good morning, Charlene....
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Ida Smith Rountree|
Just sent it...just in case it gets dumped into your spam folder.
|Kevin Newberry||RE: Hazel Potts|
You're very welcome. I enjoy it.
Added by Roibeard on Sep 02, 2013 9:05 AM
|BC||RE: Louisa Russell Walters|
I will keep an eye out for these the next time I'm out there. I've already photographed the majority of the reinterments that still have gravestones at Jamestown. Most of these are in a section together but some of them were also scattered into the front part of the cemetery, so they may be there somewhere. I checked the lake reinterment data and didn't find their names listed, but its likely that they ended up either there or at Beech Grove. The only Russells I found listed were sent to Beech Grove. It looks like it says "John Pierce" for the cemetery place on George's death certificate. He was probably buried in the Pierce Cemetery to begin with which was the second largest cemetery thats under the lake now. Most of the burials there went to Jamestown or Beech Grove.
Added by BC on Oct 04, 2011 12:42 PM
|BC||Louisa Russell Walters|
I just saw the comment that you left on Louisey Walter's memorial. I believe that this is Henry's wife Louisa Russell. There are only some broken remnants of fieldstones left where these wooden crosses are placed.
Added by BC on Oct 03, 2011 12:41 AM
|Theresa/Thunderbird584||RE: Bryant family|
Hi,I'm not related to them but my husband is.One of his grandmothers was Margaret Byrant.