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Marla McLeod Driver (#47132393)
 member for 5 years, 10 months, 7 days
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Daughter of AH McLeod Sr and Mable Wilson McLeod. Lifelong resident of W TN/W KY. Married to the late Henry Lee Driver for almost 20 yrs. Grad of Calloway Co High School, Murray State University (BA)and the Univ of Louisville (MSSW). Licensed Clinical Social Worker, retired due to disability.
Former mental health therapist. Mother of Jon Driver, Alexa Driver Frommherz and Barry Barrone. Grandmother of Daniel and Alex Driver, Ashley and Phoenix Frommherz. Geneology, family and local history are passions. Love people and making new friends. Enjoy exploring cemeteries, art, reading, student for life of spirituality, philosophy, theology. Love animals, esp my dogs. Believe we should care for one another and Mother Earth. And that no single person should ever be forgotten.
Let me know if you would like me to transfer any memorials to you if the memorial is for your family member. Message me with any additions or corrections. My only goal is that no one be forgotten. We may not always be able to walk through cemetery grounds but thanks to this site we can visit our loved ones anytime at all.
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Nancy A. Shattuck
Re: Capt. Charles Bradley
Capt. Charles Bradley is cited as the son of Capt. James Bradley, a revolutionary war soldier. Charles was born in Caswell Co., North Carolina and was purportedly the first born in Capt. James Bradley and his wife, Dorothy Burton. Capt. James Bradley has a grave memorial on Find-a-Grave but Dorothy does not. Capt. James Bradley was buried on his estate "Oaklawn" in Dixon Springs, Smith Co., Tennessee and the house still stands. The cemetery is referred to as the "Bradley Cemetery" as well. I will continue research Charles Bradley. Not much else is known about him that I know of.

Thanks,

Nancy A. Shattuck
Descendant of Sarah Bradley, daughter of Capt. James Bradley
Added by Nancy A. Shattuck on Nov 27, 2014 10:41 AM
Corri
RE: McLeod link
Hi
You wrote to me ages ago, and I thought I replied. But things have been a little hectic between then and now, so here's hoping we can reconnect :)
Corri
Added by Corri on May 20, 2014 8:05 AM
Sujava
RE: Buddy Shankle at Walker
Thank you so much.
Susan
Added by Sujava on Apr 22, 2014 8:00 PM
Sujava
RE: Buddy Shankle at Walker
Thank you.
You had 2 there. See 2nd one 116971379 if you would remove this one also.
Appreciate your help.

Susan
Added by Sujava on Mar 20, 2014 8:00 PM
Sujava
Buddy Shankle at Walker
Marie,

I already had a memorial for Buddy in Walker Cemetery. See 105295422
You also had 2 memorials added 116971379 and 116971376.
These are duplicates. Would you mind to remove them?
If you have any other information, I would be glad to add. No problem.

Thanks,
Susan Stewart
Added by Sujava on Feb 10, 2014 5:24 AM
JAC
RE: David Clendenin
Thank you, Marla. I always double search too before creating and did not find a "Clendenin" for David who died in 2013. Mistakes happen. Thanks again.
Added by JAC on Oct 10, 2013 6:46 PM
JAC
RE: David Clendenin
Thank you, Marla. David was my cousin. John created the first Memorial shortly before I created mine. When did you create your Memorial? Are you related to him too?
Added by JAC on Oct 10, 2013 2:57 PM
Bettye Sue
RE: Just Hello
I appreciate your response;unfortunately, I fail to recall which Wilson. Could you tell me the person's name, unless it was my Great Uncle Saun Wilson and his wife Willie Jimerson Wilson. If so I have more information.
Added by Bettye Sue on Sep 13, 2013 7:34 PM
Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold
Hello,
I want to thank you for the nice message that you left for me. I too am so very sorry in the loss of your son. It is a long journey and you learn to take one day at a time...I will keep you in my heart, thoughts and prayers. Take care...Love and Big Hugs, Linda
Added by Linda ~ In Loving Memory ... on Feb 02, 2012 9:18 AM
 

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