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I am a descendant of many early settlers in East Tennessee. Some were settlers in the US in the 1600s and others arrived in the early 1700s|
I have worked a lot on my Beeler line. Daniel Beeler and his wife Rachel Cawood Rogers were the ancestors of the majority of Beeler descendants in Union County Tennessee. Two of their sons, David and James, fought for the Union during the Civil War.
Names in my heritage include Beeler, Walker, Stiner, Graves, Houston, Keck, McBee, Owsley, Goin, Rogers, Cawood, Petree, Lewis, Ausmus, Bolinger, Price and many others. I am extremely proud of my ancestors and the people they were.
Known Revolutionary War Grandfathers: Israel McBee, John Owsley, John Rogers, Benjamin Rogers (John's Father) Solomon Lewis, Conrad (Coonrod) Keck, Henrich Keck (Conrad's Father) Edward Walker Sr., Thomas Goin, Jacob Graves.
Known Grandfathers War of 1812:
William Rogers and son David Rogers, and Michael Shoffner
Known Civil War Grandfathers:
David Rogers Beeler 8th TN Volunteer Infantry Company C---Union Fifer
Abijah Collins 1st TN Volunteer Infantry Company C---Union Private
Richard Burgess 62nd North Carolina Infantry Company A---Confederate Private
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|Sue Reneau Damewood||Edith Weaver|
Didn't Edith have a sister named Mae who married Frank Harvey? If I remember correctly, she lived across the road from Edith.
|Sue Reneau Damewood||Edith Weaver|
I have known Edith and her family for years. Went to church with them. I never heard Edith's first? or Middle? name. I will be happy to add it.
|Goldie Boes||RE: Family|
i sure will send you a friend request! its nice to talk to one of my cousins that i have never met! I want to come see aunt omie soon down south! it yould be nice to visit sometime to catch up with some family members down there!
Hi! you dont know me but you are my cousin! I didn't know it until i looked at your page! Opal Wagner is my grandma and she is related to your mom and dad and aunt omie! You live in Tennessee right? Well im up here in Michigan. (:
|Pam Broviak||RE: William Robert Woods|
Sorry I just saw the photo you posted on William Robert Woods grave - thank you so very much. I see the obit is there as well from Don Sanford. I can barely find out anything about my great grandmother Ottice. Had you ever heard what happened to her after her husband left her? I was able to find quite a bit about him - but once he left it was like she dropped out of sight.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Braden Cemetery people|
Thank you for the kind words, and you are very welcome. Please don't hesitate to call on us if we can lend a hand.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Lenny Berry|
I've already transferred Lenny to another Find A Grave member, Jean. She's an absolute sweetie, though, and will be more than happy to make any connections you need.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Braden Cemetery people|
I'll be more than happy to transfer them to you. After you've made your changes you can either keep them or send them back, whichever you prefer. Since I'm totally NO relation at all, I wouldn't mind if you kept them. Email or SAC all the others you might find....I'll happily send them your way.
|Leon Graves||RE: D R Beeler Cemetery|
Kathy, The switch on the D. R. Beeler Cemetery has been made!
|Leon Graves||Beeler, D. R. Cemetery|
I have sent instructions to our webmaster to deleate the cemetery that I setup and to replace it with the one that you did. I assume you know that D. R. Beeler is buried in the Taylor Grove Cemetery.
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