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Freeda Lindsey Crumpton Brewer (#47322403)
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Bio Photo I was born Freeda Lindsey to James Hafford and Eula Swann in the 1930's. My late husband Murray A. Crumpton and I did family research beginning in the 1970. After his passing I did not work it for a while, but along with a sister we have been quite involved lately. This is part of the work my sister Ann Lindsey Crumpton and our Crumpton husbands have done over the past fourty years. We never know what family and friends we will cross paths with down our journey. Some still with us, others gone for hundred and even thousands of years they have left foot prints in the sand as we are doing even now. Some of the past may be very concealed but we know they have been there and are just hiding somewhere in a book, a note, a record in a Bible, land or court records, military, the list goes on and on. It is much easier now than when we started 40 years ago,sitting at a machine, turning the crank after loading a film you could hardly view, or be able to read the writing. But it was fun, and the first major find I made is still in my mind. It is still fun and ever once in a while you find another exciting person who can take you back to a life lived during very different, difficult and interesting days in history. May tomorrow will be one of those days. I never want to lose site of the purpose God put me on this earth and that is to Give Praise and Honor to Him and His Son Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior. Do you know Him?? Due to health problems I am unable to do cemetery searches, but will gladly share what we have collected through the years. Happy hunting. Freeda Lindsey Crumpton Brewer
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Joyce Borowski
Memorial 109945373
Lewis Thomas Pedigo-

How have you determined who is buried here. The Norris Cemetery has Memorial 29287800 as the grave of Lewis Thomas Pedigo with a tombstone photo.

You have a note that he is buried beside his two babies and his second wife. He was married to his 3rd wife, Martha Mullican Pedico for 28 years and they had children, together. She would have controlled his burial. It seems to me that the Norris Cemetery is the logical place for burial with her.

He was only married to Malinda (2nd wife) for a very short time.

Let me know your thinking on this.

Joyce Borowski
Added by Joyce Borowski on Nov 24, 2015 9:15 PM
Deborah Parker
RE: Unmarked graves
Hi Freeda,

No, a gentleman did walk the cemeteries and took info from the markers and I input this info for him several years ago.
Added by Deborah Parker on Oct 19, 2015 10:01 AM
RE: Taylor Line
I have John D. [1801] to James Jr. [1765] who married Nancy White in 1796 in Craven Co., NC. Nancy is living with her granddaughter, Rachel [my Jesse M.'s sister] in Greene Co., MO in 1860 census. Have learned that John D. TAYLOR's 1st wife was Anna WITHERINGTON. They mar. 1820 in Craven Co., NC, before making their way to Jackson Co., AL.

James Jr's fataher was James Sr [1739]. That's as far back as I've gotten with documentation.


Added by LanitaSS on Aug 10, 2015 7:56 PM
Kelly Jane O
RE: Matilda McElroy
Hi there - whenever you see I posted an obit on someone just click on the obit and the source is in the caption under the obit - Matilda's is:

Greenville Mountaineer, (Greenville, SC) Friday, September 05, 1845; Issue 17; col A
Added by Kelly Jane O on Jun 21, 2014 3:57 PM
RE: Thomas Nunn Pace,
Hi there, I am also a descendant of Thomas Nunn Pace (through his son Joseph Clark Pace). I actually have never been to the cemetery and I will have to do some looking in my files to find out where I got his memorial information from. It was most likely from another family member.

If you would like to exchange information please email me at

Added by Claire on Feb 28, 2014 6:19 PM
Sharon Burns
Pace or Page
Hello!!! My name is Sharon Burns,maiden name Page. The pictures on the Norris Cemetary page are correct. She is Mattie Page and her Husband Noah is resting beside her. Noah's father William Page is on the other side of him with his military marker. The stones have pretty much deteriorated over the years which is why we placed the nameplates in front of them. Thank you for your photos.
Added by Sharon Burns on Jan 11, 2014 7:09 PM
Lindan S Caldwell
Check the Tom Flannery memorial
Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Dec 18, 2012 1:34 PM
elna johnson
Ollie & Bert Head
Bert Head was my grandfather's brother. Thanks for posting their picture! I never knew Ollie, she died the year I was born. I remember his second wife Minnie. So glad I found it!!! Grover was my grandfather.
Added by elna johnson on Oct 28, 2012 8:38 PM
elna johnson
Ollie & Bert Head
Bert Head was my grandfather's brother. Thanks for posting their picture! I never knew Ollie, she died the year I was born. I remember his second wife Minnie. So glad I found it!!!
Added by elna johnson on Oct 28, 2012 8:36 PM
Sue Lynn McDaniel
Whitlow Cemetery in Warren County, KY
I visited the Whitlow Cemetery this morning. Kentucky temperatures are 100+ today, but since I knew a lady that was aged 80+ who was willing to show me the location, we went. Later today I'll try to get the photos posted of stones I found.
Thank you for the info you have previously posted. It made my work easier. I need to go back as we could not last long in the heat and I did not see my third great grandmother's stone. I did see & photograph my second great grandparents' stones (Stephen & Elizabeth Lowry) and my third great grandfather's stone (Pleasant Whitlow). Also a few others. One I need to compare family Bible records with, because I don't believe you say it in 1988!
ANYWAY --- THANKS!! And look for more info to be added to the Whitlow entries you have created.
Sue Lynn Stone McDaniel
[related via Melvinia Lowry Ground, my great grandmother]
Added by Sue Lynn McDaniel on Jun 30, 2012 12:48 PM
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