|Tracey Wilson (#47102977)|
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|Len Harrell||Duncan Memorials|
Thank you so much for your Duncan Memorials on Findagrave.
John Wesley Duncan was the grandson of William Louis Duncan. William Louis Duncan was the brother of my GG Grandmother Mary Kate Duncan. She was married first my GG Grandfather and then to his half-brother William Christopher Harrell..
Your Findagrave entries helped me make some progress as I try to piece the past together. Based on some of the photos in some of the memorials, I am assume the Duncan family is in your line. I just wanted to write and tell you how much I appreciate your labor of love in putting together these memorials.
I see that you have a photo request for Providence Tanner and her husband. They are not in the Cheney Cemetery but in the Tanner Cemetery but no one has posted a photo yet. I have a book from the Cheneyville Centennial with a picture of it, I may even have some circa 1978 or 1979 photos somewhere. I'll look for them.
Thought you might want to know.
Added by Alethea on Apr 03, 2011 7:44 AM
|Alethea||RE: Tanner Connection|
I will certainly look for those graves and photograph them next time I get the chance to go to Alexandria and visit Greenwood.
Added by Alethea on Apr 02, 2011 9:28 AM
|David Lander||Find A Grave Memorial# 34631731|
Thank you for your contributions as a Find A Grave contributor. You can be assured your contributions are appreciated by families today (many you may never hear from) and will be appreciated by future generations.
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|Yvonne~~~||Photos of Allins, Spring Hill Cem|
Hey Tracey, I see that both Mary & Thomas memorials say they died in 1833. Their cemetery card says died 1855 & I sure think they look like 1855 also. You might contact the fella that has them & either request he correct them or transfer to you if they're kinfolk. Course they might be his kinfolk also. Can send you closeups of both stones & let you decide what you think. Perhaps it is well documented somewhere that they did die in 1833 though. Let me know if you want me to send, they are a little more readable. Yvonne
I also took photos of the stone of Lt. Col. George P. Jouett, that was just to the left of the stones of Matthew & Margaret's markers. I think I set up a "memorial" on here for him, as I didn't see one when I searched for it (although, I've found that the search function doesn't always work so well). I need to check it to see if I actually finished it, because while I was uploading photos and setting up memorials on Sunday, the site went into shut-down mode for maintenance, so I have to go back and see how far I got on the photos I took over the weekend. Anyway, you can search on Jouetts in Cave Hill Cemetery, listed on this site, and click on the one for Col. George P. Jouett. They were the only three (marked) graves in that plot.
I was happy to fulfill this request for you. I live pretty near Cave Hill, and I try to get over there to fulfill requests whenever I can on weekend, now that the weather is better.
Added by Denise on Mar 24, 2009 3:58 PM
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