|Gordon Ray (#47361872)|
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Hello, I am a decendent of the High, Chappel and Kerley families of east Tn and NE Arkansas..as well as the Purdy family of Mo and Ar. I do research on several different families I am not related to and hope somewhere their ancestors will be looking for them. If you are related to any of these families and have any stories or photographs..drop me a line and I will share what i have. Have a great day. Gordon|
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|Eric Thomas||Francis Marian Luter|
Frank Luter (buried in Martins Chapel Cemetery in Calloway County, Kentucky) is my great-great grandfather. Can I get a copy of the full photo you posted...it looks like it was cut from something else? My email is email@example.com
I would greatly appreciate it!
|Rob Luter||Frank M Luter photo|
Francis (Frank) M Luter was my Great Great Grandfather. We visited his grave in Murray a couple years ago. I'd love a scan of the photo you added. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance
Robert J Luter II
|P. V. Hays||White Church Cemetery|
white church cemetary
I cannot find directions to the White Church cemetery anywhere on line...I am traveling there to see some kinfolks graves..could you tell me how to find it please...thanks...g
If you are talking about this White Church Cemetery, findagrave says:
White Church Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description:
From Colorado City take F.M. 208 North, go 5 miles to Mitchell County Road #145, go East 2 miles, cmetery sits on the North side of the road in a pasture.
|Jerry Capshaw||RE: White|
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|John D. Coney||Thanks for the picture.|
David Aquilla Coney was my Great Great Grandfather. Down through the years I was always told that he was a fighter. No matter what the odds or how bad he was hurt he kept going.
He was in the Confederate Calvary 38th Regiment- soldier from 1862-1865. Regimental Wagoner. Enlisted in Holmesville, MS on May 4, 1861 under Col. Preston Brent, Company K, 38 Mississippi Brent Rifles. He served under Generals Price, Pemberton and Nathan Bedford Forest . He was at the Battle of Antietam and the Siege at Vicksburg and wounded many times. He mustered out at Selma, Alabama on April 4, 1865 under General N.B. Forest. At the Battle of Antietam his brother was beside him. They were both shot and his brother was killed.
Thanks again for the picture.
John D. Coney U. S. Navy SeaBees DAV
|Debby (Patt) Margiotta||Robert Patt|
Thanks so much for looking for his grave. They might have not had the money for a stone. Do not know for sure.
|Ben Chrismond||Thomas Lanthrip|
Thanks for taking the headstone pic of Thomas Lanthrip. He's my 3rd cousin.
|Beverly Carlisle||Joseph Clivester Carlisle|
Thank you so much for your help in obtaining the photo. Great job and much appreciated.
|Melissa McSweyn Foster||Hamilton|
Thank you for the photo. I appreciate your time!
|James Drumright||Carr, Quinn, McGuffie Surname|
Most kind of you to take photo's. Many thanks.
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