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Fran Cutrell Rutkovsky (#47067260)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Smith County, TN, where some of my ancestors have lived since the early 1800s. My sister, cousins, friends and I played in the Dixon Springs cemetery, as did some of our parents when they were growing up.

Family names include Cutrell, Highers, Wilson, Williams, Miller, Hill, Dice, Fiveash, Tucker, Modena.
This photo was taken by Paul at the old City Cemetery in Nashville.

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 • 122 Memorials Added
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Anonymous
RE: Cecil Highers gravestone photo
You're most welcome. Hope I can help again sometime.
Added by Anonymous on May 22, 2010 5:52 PM
Shirley Goingღ
Samuel Robinson
Hey Fran,
You put the memorial in for Samuel Robinson Dixon Cemetery and also a photo of his stone with the Note: photo courtesy of John Waggoner, Jr.
I was praying that maybe you guys might have a photo of Sam's wife's stone, Mary Frances Brown Robinson. I know these are old stones so if a pic was taken next to Sam's that you couldn't read it quite possibly is Mary's. Anyway, thought I'd ask. I've requested the photo. Thanks for letting me know one way or the other. Also thanks for all the Robinson photos you've added to Find A Grave.
luv, sj/Dallas
Added by Shirley Goingღ on Mar 12, 2010 6:46 PM
Gaye Hill
Request for Eastern Cemetery, Louisville, KY
Hello Fran,

If you can obtain a map for the locations in Eastern Cemetery and send it to me, I will try to find the graves.
I don't want to commit to the request without a map, Eastern is still a pretty large cemetery.
This information may help you - good luck.


Cemetery notes and/or description:
This cemetery had come under a very serious controversy, in which multiple bodies were being buried in the same graves. Apperently this practice started in the 1920 and went unchecked up until the mid 1980's. So they were doing this for about 60 years without anyone doing anything about it.
The state took over this cemetery, and the Staff Archaologist from the Department of Archaelogy at the University of Louisville has all the burial records, his name is Phillip DiBlasi.
Anyone seeking information about family members buried at Eastern Cemetery in Louisville should contact Mr DiBlasi.

Here is the contact information for Mr Phillip Di Blasi;

Phillip DeBlasi Staff Archaologist
Uinversity of Louisville
1820 Arthur Street Suite # 100
Louisville Ky 40208
(520) 852 - 6724
Email address; pjdiblasi@louisville.edu
Added by Gaye Hill on Dec 03, 2009 7:04 PM
Winnette
Jack Dozier
The transfer has been made to you. I went to Junior High School with Jack. He was always a kind person.

Regards,

Winnette Stinson
Added by Winnette on Nov 13, 2008 12:27 PM
 

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