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Liz Alverson (#47255753)
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I go by my middle name, Liz. I am the Grandaughter of Thomas Jefferson Alverson, and Melissa Jane Mattingly Harris Alverson who after considerable research I found them both buried in Williams Cemetery Grayson County, Ky. Thank you William for transferring my Grandmothers Memorial to me, and I will make one for my Grandfather. I will add to her Memorial as time allows, and maybe find more cousins, as well as allowing for the respect and dignity people should be alloted.
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Jim Marking
Melissa Alverson
Liz, Melissa Janes Mattingly Harris Alverson is my wife's great grandmother. My wifes dad (Sherman L Harris) and her grandfather (Isaac Harris) are also buried in the Williams cemetery. We are in Louisville and are going down to visit the cemetery now that we know there are more relatives buried there. Don't know if you have an account but I have found most of my information on this web site. I plan on takinf a lot of pictures there and get the GPS location of the cemetery.
Added by Jim Marking on Oct 02, 2013 3:33 PM
Fran Bundy
Liz, Thanks for doing that link! Also, it appears that Wina or Winnie died between 1870 and 1880 based on censuses. You probably already knew that, however. Thanks again!
Added by Fran Bundy on May 21, 2012 7:06 AM
Fran Bundy
Winnie Alverson
Good to hear from you again, Liz! I don't have any addition information on Winnie. She may be buried in an unmarked grave beside Elijah. Could I get you to link Thomas Jefferson Alverson to his father, Elijah Alverson? Just go to Thomas' memorial and you will see "family links" click on that and just type in #57143033(Memorial # for Elijah) in space for his father. It is easy. You will also want to link Benjamin Alverson to his wife and father. Thank you and if you have any questions, please free to ask. Sincerely, Your cousin Fran
Added by Fran Bundy on May 16, 2012 7:29 AM
RE: Holland Cemetery
The Holland Branch cemetery is just off Hwy 421 and just a stone's throw from the Hwy 11 cut off to go to Oneida. I have no substantial knowledge of this family except to say that I recently located the grave of his daugher, Martha, and Martha's husband, Leonard Jones, near that of Coleman. Leonard was a first cousin of my late grandmother. I did get to speak briefly this past fall with Ruth Cope, a widowed daughter-in-law of Coleman.
Added by Brian on Feb 21, 2012 9:58 AM
Thomas Alverson
Thomas Alverson enrolled in the 17th Infantry on October 28, 1861. He was mustered in on January 4, 1862 at Calhoun for a three year enlistment in Company F. He was 1st Sergeant of Company E prior to consolidation, the 1st Segreant Company E. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Company K, 1 July, 1863 in Manchester, Tenn. and 1st Lieutenant Company F, May 16, 1864 at Kenshaw Mountain, Georgia. He resigned on May 16, 1864. Thomas J.Alverson; 1st Lt. Co. C
Added by Crow on Jul 31, 2011 4:38 PM

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