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Jim Foxworth (#47189231)
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Vicki Brewer Sexton
RE: Pikeville Cemetery - Barber
My gggrandparents were Elizabeth Seals and Pleasant Brewer from Cumberland and Bledsoe Tn area..Not sure if we are related with James Seals or not but my guess is yes ....Bledsoe county is so small all the Seals are from the same family line.I will do more research and find out for sure. GOD Bless
Added by Vicki Brewer Sexton on Apr 28, 2013 7:16 PM
Vicki Brewer Sexton
RE: Pikeville Cemetery - Barber
So sorry I dont have any further info on the Barber family in the Pikeville Cemetery... I go to Pikeville quite often and I will try to get photos of the headstones when I am there..Vicki
Added by Vicki Brewer Sexton on Apr 27, 2013 7:00 PM
Wendell Walker
Buster Greening
I dont have any photos, but if you will e mail

Brenda Burgess

Ask her and she will go take a picture for you and post it.

I live in another county.
Added by Wendell Walker on May 08, 2011 12:55 PM
D K Railsback B
RE: Ophelia Hestle Gaines
thanks for your kind words.
Added by D K Railsback B on Apr 05, 2011 4:48 AM
Renae Carpenter
RE: Peavy children, Liberty Methodist Cemetery
Sure, the marker is in bad shape so it's hard to make out anything but it represents such a sad time in the life of this family.
Added by Renae Carpenter on Jan 31, 2011 8:34 PM
Andre La Plume
RE: Elizabeth Wilkinson
Hi Jim,

Not a problem. It was a nice day and it's not too far from our home. Just wish we'd have found it.


Added by Andre La Plume on Aug 28, 2010 12:04 PM
RE: Adam Scott
I think Henry may be another son of Adam Scott and wife Mary Ann. He was born and died 1872. Their first son, John Kennedy, was born in 1870 so two years later would work for another child. I can see if the City of Newburgh has a birth/death cert. for this child. I don't remember coming across a listing in St. George's burial records for a child of Adam Scott in that time span. I will recheck my notes and see if there is one and I just missed it. I will email it to you. It didn't come out too good as the type of stone surface plus the lighting wasn't the best for the exposure.
Added by Robgal74 on Aug 18, 2010 10:26 AM
Adam Scott
Hi Jim
I was in St. George's today looking for my own stones and came across Adam Scott's stone so I took a pic and put it up for you. On one side of the stone is the name Henry 1872-1872. I suspect that this is another child of Adam and wife Mary Ann McConnell that didn't survive. I did take a picture of it but didn't come out too good. Let me know if you want it.
Added by Robgal74 on Aug 17, 2010 12:44 PM
Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
RE: Edgemont Cemetery photo
You are very welcome. So glad to help you preserve your family history. I know exactly how it is to find someone like that. I have the full size photos if you would like to have them. I keep a record of where I do for, where do you live? Thank you. always glad to help anytime!!
Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Apr 14, 2010 11:43 AM
RE: Scott family at Woodlawn
It is also possible that your Adam Scott is buried in St. George's Cemetery on Washington St. in Newburgh. I see that he is living on Washington St. on the 1880 US Census. Was his wife's name Mary Ann or Mary A.? If so, he is on Washington ST. My Scott line also lived on Washington St. and were also from Ireland. My ancestor's name was James A. Scott and he was born abt. 1830. I believe he came from Northern Ireland and he arrived in NY sometime in 1850. On the 1880 census, there are a few Scotts living on this street. My Scotts are all buried in St. George's Cemetery since it was protestant and right down the road from where they lived. A lot of the Irish that were protestant went to St. George's in the 1850s-1880s. In 1892 or 1893 Good Shepherd Church opened up on the corner of Mill St. and Broadway and was only a few blocks away from Washington St. so that is where my Scotts went from then on. Yours might have down the same. I go past the church all the time.
Added by Robgal74 on Apr 11, 2010 7:31 PM
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