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Tami Trammell Arnold (#47299900)
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Bio Photo I am hunting for information on the Arnold family and Trammell's.
I have extensive info on the Stone family and the Tucker family.
Also will be wanting to add information about the Buck family.
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Floyd and Pauline Trammell

There are memorial pages for both Floyd and Pauline, complete with marker photos, listed in the Walnut Grove Cemetery (Madison County, AR) pages here on Find A Grave. So you can delete Floyd and Pauline from the Crosses Creek Cemetery listings.

Susan Young
Added by syoung on Aug 30, 2014 3:53 PM
Floyd and Pauline Trammell

According to "Madison County Cemeteries," vol. 3 (published by the Madison County Genealogical and Historical Society, 1998), Floyd and Pauline Trammell are buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, not Crosses Creek Cemetery. Walnut Grove is not far from Crosses Creek.

I'll go to Walnut Grove this weekend and take a photo for you.

Susan Young
Added by syoung on Aug 27, 2014 4:53 PM
Nancy Abraham
Cross, Washington
Tami, thanks so much for the permission. Your name will be added as a credit.
Added by Nancy Abraham on Jan 15, 2013 10:39 PM
Nancy Abraham
Cross, Washington Columbus
Tami, this gentlemen is the gr grandfather of my cousin, Charles Cross. Charles' mother and my mother are sisters, and so this is his father's grandfather, through Washington's son, Lonnie. I have a website and I'd like permission to use this photo with credit to you on the Headstones part of the website. Also, Charles would like to have a copy of this photo--can you give us permission, please?
Added by Nancy Abraham on Jan 15, 2013 7:24 PM
John Rush
RE: Simmons
thank you in advance
Added by John Rush on Jun 27, 2010 11:36 PM
Robert Fowler
RE: Edward James Arnold
I checked my tree for your husbands name but did not find it so I found out who his parents were and neither of them was in the tree either. I did notice that your Arnolds appear to be from the Grayson County area. The ones in my tree are predominantly from the Smith County area are there are a lot of them. They married into the line of my paternal grandfather and my paternal grandmother. It is by no means impossible that the your line and those I follow have some of the same lineage but nothing is showing that to me right now. The one in my tree that goes back the farest is Nancy Meredith Arnold. I believe that about all of the Arnolds that I have tracked link to her on findagrave. She might be a good starting point to see if there is a connection. She was born in South Carolina in 1776. Her maiden name Meredith was commonly used as a part of the given name of many of her descendants so if you have ever encountered a Meredith, its a good bet it comes from this line.

You can find her site at

I know thats not much help but who knows.
Added by Robert Fowler on Jun 26, 2010 12:39 PM
Ron Porter
Pete and Maggie Collins
Thank you greatly for your kind and generous nature in taking the photos. Your efforts and contribution mean a great deal to me and to my family, and is a tremendous contribution to our family history project.
Best wishes,
Ron Porter
Mustang, Oklahoma
Added by Ron Porter on Jun 25, 2010 6:19 PM
lester mcintosh
grave of henry r. payne
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my great uncles grave. i was so happy to see that he has a military grave stone.
I appreciate you taking the picture for me.

jane m. mcintosh
Added by lester mcintosh on Jun 25, 2010 4:55 PM
Rita Ownby Holcomb
RE: Arnold's
I'm sorry, Tami, but I have no Clarence Franklin Arnold in my files. I really wish I could help you, but with no more to go on, I don't know what to tell you. My Mother in Law who was an Arnold and was born in 1920, doesn't know of any relatives named Clarence or Franklin. Good luck and if you find any other clue let me know and we'll see what we can put together.

Added by Rita Ownby Holcomb on Jun 17, 2010 1:31 PM

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