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|Dave||Francis Abram Martin|
I have a suspicious feeling that your Francis Abram was a kinfolk to my fourth great grand dad , John Pigg Martin b. 1777 He later became a well known baptist preacher in Lawrence county, mississippi , Copiah, mississippi, smith county, miss. If you have any info that could help me connect I would appreciate it . You can google John Pigg Martin and see the info on him. I have researched allot. As a matter of fact online FACEBOOK we have a Howard County, arkansas Martin families who are descendants of this man. You are welcome to check it out.
Dave Martin, Oklahoma
Added by Dave on Mar 24, 2013 11:12 AM
|Barb Sawyer||RE: Tolle or Barnett Cemetery|
Yes, take hwy 64 from Lawrenceburg towards Waynesboro, Tn. Go abt 15 miies. After you go under the Natchez Trace overpass abt .4 miles on the left is Highland Methodist Church with a cemetary in the back. This is the Ovilla Community. Turn to the left in front of the Church on Barnett Branch Rd. Go 1.5 Miles and the road will split. Bear to the left (to the right is Barnett Branch Ln.) cross the branch and bear agin left and go exactly .2miles. You will come to a little entrence toward the creek to the left. Drive across the creek to the gate on your right. The gate should lift up and open out toward the creek. Head up the hill and cemetery is on your right. You may need to ask permission for access. Tis property is owned by the Gobble Family. You will have passed when you forked to the left crossing the creek, the house in on the right. Mr. Gobble bought the land and old house from my ggrandfather's family and he is a very nice man.
N35 18.655 X W87 36.676'
Accuracy to within 19'
Are you related to any of the Tolles or Barnett's. Thanks Barb
|Katy||Tumlinson Children' Graves|
Sorry it took me so long to answer you abt. the three Tumlinson childrens graves. I had found two of the children on a family tree on ancestry.com . I tried to get some info. but that person did not answer (they had not been on ancestry for 6 months); they may not be a member anymore. Anyway, I am sorry to say I do not know who the parents of these children were. Wish I did; there were no other Tumlinson stones in the cemetery. Severral of the Tumlinson's are buried in Dimmit Co., Texas at Mt. Hope Cem.
Added by Katy on Sep 10, 2011 7:55 AM
|VampireRed||Re: Elizabeth of York|
I didn't leave anyone out. I wrote her bio, that is all. The relationship links are not my doing, and I can't fix them on famous memorials.
|Bobb Edwards||Virtual Flowers, Part II|
This may come as a surprise to you, but Find A Grave is a privately owned, family-oriented website with a few simple rules of conduct. One of them is: No Negative Flowers. The VFs are not a forum for people to soapbox, judge, insult or troll; if you can't show respect with a flower you shouldn't post it. Those who persist in posting negs have their memberships suspended or even terminated, because it's an abuse of the site.
I thought you should know this, straight up.
I would go into the discussion forums or go to "help with find a grave" for your information on how to do things on the site.
|Bobb Edwards||Virtual Flowers|
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|Rene Saenz-Tanner||? Your message to me|
You left me a message on the 12th of October about finding a site??? I'm not sure what you are talking about? Let me know and if I can help I will. Rene
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