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Clay Keller (#47368808)
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I research the Keller, Thompson, Skinner, Lowrey, and Scarbrough lines from Hardeman, Chester, and Madison Counties in TN. My userid on Ancestry.com is claykeller_1.
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Bill Haseltine
Ada W. Skinner
Clay,
Ada's Memorial has been transferred to your care.

Regards,
Bill Haseltine

Added by Bill Haseltine on Oct 26, 2013 6:59 PM
Jan Burgess Lipford
Abraham Keller Memorial
Hi, just transferred his memorial to you so you can make the corrections. Janice
Added by Jan Burgess Lipford on May 06, 2012 1:48 PM
The Middle Sister
Lucy Keller and M.C. Dorris
Mr. Keller - May I ask what relation you are to Lucy Keller and where you obtained this photograph? We have one almost identical to it in a box of photographs left to us by our mother. Marion C. Dorris was the older brother of our great-grandmother Betna Dorris Mayes. My sisters and I have been involved in our family geneaology for the past several months and just today my sister found this photograph. We would love to have any information on Marion that you may have.
Please email me at lmashland@bellsouth.net when you get this message. Thank you.
L. Mitchell
Added by The Middle Sister on Jul 14, 2011 1:37 PM
Dorothy Wilkie
Melba Scarborough
I posted pictures of "Melba" Scarborough today. His name was given as William Scarborough, but since the dates were right on stone I found for Melba Scarborough, I assume this is the name he must have gone by. I also posted a photograph of the Scarborough Cemetery on the cemetery page.

I noticed that there are other Scarborough memorials in Find A Grave. If I have a chance I will see if there are any legible markers. There are a lot of slate (local bluestone) markers whose inscriptions are gone.

Good luck in your experiences on Find A Grave. If you have any other photographs you need taken in the area, let me know. I am trying to cover all outstanding requests in Montgomery County, NC.

Dorothy Wilkie
Added by Dorothy Wilkie on Oct 18, 2010 2:18 PM
 

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