|Pamela Hill (#47311540)|
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|kathy armstrong||Henry W. Hamblen|
Hi Pamela, Henry William Hamblen is my great grandfather. His parents are Judge William Paschal Hamblen and Annie Elizabeth Hamblen (second wife of Wm. Paschall Hamblen and were 3rd cousins). Annie's first husband was Alex Hammond. They had one daughter, Sarah Hammond. Alex is buried in the cemetery At Chappell Hill, TX. Wm. Paschall Hamblen and Annie had 3 children,Annie Fluellyn Hamblen-never married,Henry William Hamblen m. Kate Elizabeth Burke, and Hugh Rutherford Hamblen m. Azilee ____. After Annie died, the 4 children were sent to live with Annie's parents, Henry Hamblen & wife, until Wm Paschall Hamblen married Isabelle Milner,nee Terry. The 3 Hamblen children returned to their father's home. Sarah Hammond stayed with her mother's parents.
Henry Wm. Hamblen & Kate had 2 daughters, Annanelle Hamblen m. Richard Curran and Catherine Jane Hamblen, my grandmother, m. Leslie Cletus Brown Sr.My parents are Leslie Cletus Brown Jr, and Betty Showers. Best regards, Mary Katherine (Kathy) Brown Armstrong
Good Morning... I'm just checking to see if you are still an active member of Find A Grave. I've sent you a couple of additions and am not sure you are getting them... Hope all is well. Sherry
Added by Sherry on May 17, 2012 5:12 AM
|MathTeacherGuy||RE: Transfer of Stofers|
Hi, I transferred all 4 Stofers in this cemetery to you. One was an infant.
-Gerald Hawkins (MathTeacherGuy)
|Robert Hague||Hamblen Family in Glenwood Cem|
Please go to my bio and send me an email. I went to the Glenwood Cemetery and picked up a list of all of those buried in the Hamblen family plot. Three individuals are marked "marker only", meaning they are buried somewhere else. There is just a memorial marker for them. There is a P. B. Hamblem with a remark of "Remains of 2 reinterred" buried Dec 28, 1906. There is a Mrs. J. W. Blaidell buried May 29, 1912, with no marker, and a Paschal L. Hamblen buried Sep 28, 1917, with no marker. If you send me an email, I will scan the burial list and send it to you. Glenwood was established in 1871. Deaths that occurred before that date most likely would be reinterment. The unknown Hamblen who has a death date of Oct. 27, 1844, would have to be a reinterment or a memorial marker. The marker states this individual was: Aged 55 Yrs. and 10 Mos. This would caculate to a birth of Dec 1788. Is that a clue as to who this might be?
The cemetery still has not sent me a list of all of the burials on the Hamblen family plot. I hope to go by the cemetery Thursday or Friday. I will stop by the cemetery office and ask for them to print out the burial list. Take care!
|Helen Farrell||John & India Hogue|
Thanks for sponsoring the memorials for John and India Hogue.
Please contact me on my email address shown on my profile. I have posted most of the Hamblen graves in the Glenwood Cemetery in Sect. G-2, Lots 6 & 6.5. The cemetery website shows there are 30 burial with the name Hamblin in Glenwood. I have a few more questions.
|Robert Hague||Hamblen's in Glenwood Cemetery|
Thank you for your nice note. There are several other graves in the Hamdlen family plot. I plan on adding them ASAP. You might want to check back later to see if I have added them. After I get them on Find A Grave, just let me know if you would like for me to transfer them over to you. Also, is Hamblen the maiden name for Jane Perry? I believe you have it shown as the middle name.
|Janice McCoy||RE: Sarah Hogue|
you are so welcome.
|R. Wright||RE: Leander & Alice Hogue|
I added another photo of the burial location - so that you can see a little better where they are located. If you are interested in fuller resolution photographs (beyond the 500KB limit on Find-A-Grave) let me know and I can email them to you separately.
I've transfered Alice's memorial to you - getting your kind letter is what makes this fun for me. Happy to see Alice and Leander with family. Much more important than any "credit".
Best wishes to you. Richard
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