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Mary Patricia Cothrun (#47097017)
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I am looking for graves on Lawrence Daly this last name can be spelled several ways. Daly Dailey. Also looking for the graves of Cothrun, Haynes, Ellis, Holt.
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Pam LeBlanc
Lawrence Daly Tombstone
If you are still looking for a picture of Lawrence Daly tomb, I have one. It turns out that I've been living next to the cemetery for 6 years. I knew that there was a cemetery on that property, but never explored it until a few days ago.
Added by Pam LeBlanc on Dec 13, 2015 8:05 PM
Lynette Edwards
RE: Lawrence Daly
Sorry Mary I don't have a photo of Lawrence Daly's tombstone...
Added by Lynette Edwards on Mar 25, 2015 10:26 AM
Phyllis Lee
RE: Cothrum
I would also like to know where Hezekiah and his wife are buried. I have never come across any information or clues as to the possible location of their graves. I have searched the cemetery listings for Cherokee County and I have not come across an entry for Hezekiah or Methalia. Since Hezekiah died in 1865 and the civil war was especially devastating to Cherokee County, he probably was buried during difficult times. Perhaps they were buried on a homeplace. I do know that his saddlemaking shop was located on the town square in Cedar Bluff.

I hope to visit Cherokee County again soon. I'll see if I can come up with any leads to check out. Let me know if you have any ideas.

Phyllis R. Lee
Added by Phyllis Lee on Jul 07, 2010 8:59 AM
John G. West
Haynes of VA & KY
Mary, I descend from William Haynes (1740-1827)through John Barton Haynes & Rhoda Huff. Been researching for about 50 years, but the Haynes were only unraveled in the last 20 years.
Added by John G. West on May 14, 2010 6:07 AM
Paula Frichtl
William Haynes
Looking through the Ohio Co cemetery books I have I do not see a William Haynes matching the dates you mentioned listed. My assumption is he is buried without a marker. Who were some of his children?
Added by Paula Frichtl on Mar 06, 2010 2:38 AM
VirJean Potter Bozarth
William Haynes d. 1827
Hello, Mary - I wish I could tell you for sure just where William Haynes is buried. I think he was probably living with his youngest son, John Barton Haynes, at the time of his death, but I'm not sure of that either. It just seems logical that he might have been. His older children were out on their own. He's possibly in the cemetery where John Barton Haynes is buried. How are you descended from William? Wish I had the answer to your question. It has plagued me for years. - Thanks for ansking. Please keep in touch. - VirJean Bozarth
Added by VirJean Potter Bozarth on Jan 13, 2010 9:41 PM
Hank Cox (inactive)
RE: Sallie Daly
According to the Lexington Cemtery, there are
Daly : 11
Daily: 1
Daley: 17

You can go to and click on the "Genealogy" link.

Best wishes,

Added by Hank Cox (inactive) on Jan 06, 2010 8:35 AM
Hank Cox (inactive)
RE: Sallie Daly
You're very welcome. I'm trying to photograph the entire cemetery and have been working through it section-by-section. It's a bigger project than I thought it would be!

If you want, I would be happy to transfer the memorial to your custodianship.

Best wishes,

Added by Hank Cox (inactive) on Jan 05, 2010 6:44 PM

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