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Marcus Whitt (#47392540)
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Bio Photo I am the son of Larue and Mary Mable Carico Whitt. I was born on the old Vince Whitt Homeplace, once owned by James Venters, near Pound, Wise County, VA. I have been involved in the family genealogy for many years now. I have family information on most of my connecting families which lived in the Wise, Dickenson, and some surrounding counties of Virginia. I have been to about all of the associated family cemeteries in the area.

My first wife, who is deceased was from Dale County, Alabama. I have researched her family and associated family lines. I remarried and have now become working on my present wife's family lines.

I served with the 101st ABN Div in Vietnam as a crewchief on a UH-1 helicopter with A Battery, 377th Arty, (Aviation). I retired from the 118th Airlift Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard at Berryfield, Nashville, TN.

I love genealogy and the work that is involved in it. I love to visit the various cemeteries involved in my tracing of family history.

If you ever notice that I have added a photo to a memorial, I go to cemeteries looking for my friends and family. I always take a few more photos, then come home to see if a memorial has one listed, if the memorial is not entered I will try to enter it with the information that I have. I will look at different sources to help complete the memorial. I also like to go camping and when I do I take along my camera just in case we pass a cemetery that is along the way. As my bumper sticker reads: I Brake for Cemeteries.
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Tsasuyed
Thank you
For posting and linking my uncle Charles Lawson to his parents tributes
Added by Tsasuyed on Jul 18, 2014 7:06 AM
Barbara Anne Potter
EDIT'S
Please check your "EDITS" as I have submitted a change.

Thank you
Added by Barbara Anne Potter on Jul 14, 2014 9:35 AM
Mark Wilson
James Barnett Snell
Marcus,

I am relatively new to researching my ancestors. I came across where you mentioned having information regarding James Barnett Snell that was married to Mary Liesnby. I knower he joined the 1st Regiment Florida Calvary Company E on Sep 8th 1864 and died in Barrancus FL on Dec 22 1864.

Apparently he was buried nearby but I have not been able to find anything about his burial place. I think that he fought for the Confederacy but left in 1864 and returned home to Dale county AL. He then joined the Union as mentioned above.

You mentioned having a history book with information about him?

He is my 3rd Great Grand Father. Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Mark Wilson on Jun 20, 2014 8:43 PM
Sheila Hewitt
Thank you!
I hadn't read your bio until after I left my reply. Thank you for your service to our country, sir! My father also served during Vietnam. I am an Air Force brat, so I have the perspective of being part of a military family. Thank you, again! Sheila
Added by Sheila Hewitt on May 26, 2014 9:31 PM
Sheila Hewitt
RE: Henry Tolley Memorial-Stones River National Battlefield, Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN
I agree. I live in Nashville, so it isn't too far to go every now and then. I wish gas prices weren't a problem for me. However, I went to the cemetery Sunday to get some pics of the stones with flags. Then I decided to check whether there were any requests. To my delight, I found 14 that weren't already claimed. I enjoyed fulfilling the requests but was thrilled when less than an hour later, a descendant of one of the soldiers messaged me how happy she was that I had uploaded the pic. She wasn't even the one who'd requested it. When I got home, my legs hurt so much from all of the squatting down and getting back up that I did taking the requested photos and a bunch of others. But I loved how I felt inside by taking the photos I took yesterday, so I looked through the T section of Find A Grave to find some memorials that didn't have a photo of the gravestone. During that search, I found several duplicates. I went to Stones River again today and took some more pics for Find A Grave. In my opinion, the photos are especially nice when a bit of the flag blows into the frame but doesn't block the name. I think that I've found a new way for me to spend my Memorial Day weekends. I hope that yours this year was as memorable. Sincerely, Sheila
Added by Sheila Hewitt on May 26, 2014 9:23 PM
Diana Bulls
Mains Family, Smith Mt.
Marcus,
While I was doing Mary per your request, I took the liberty of photographing George (her brother), William & Anna (her parents). They are all added to their respective memorial pages.
Diana
Added by Diana Bulls on May 15, 2014 2:25 PM
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
Stones River Photos
Thanks for taking the time to get these great photos, Marcus!
Sincerely,
Dave T.
SUVCW
Added by Sons of Union Veterans of... on May 10, 2014 4:22 AM
Lisa Cosby
RE: Joseph Addington Memorial
You are welcome. I purchased a copy of the Scott County Cemeteries book from the Historical Society and when I have time I try to add people to Find A Grave that are in the book. Glad I could help you made a connection.
Added by Lisa Cosby on May 09, 2014 1:19 PM
GNixon
RE: Charlie E. Ferrell Memorial-Overton County, TN
Oh you of little patience. As soon as I received the notification I removed my memorial.
I believe is much better to have two memorials than not to have one. If necessary I am happy to edit, transfer, or delete any of my memorials
Added by GNixon on Apr 20, 2014 3:09 PM
MHN
Brownie Hugh Sandlin
Thank you for links to his parents and info from the obit. MHN
Added by MHN on Apr 14, 2014 3:00 PM
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