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Pamela Farmer (#47412477)
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I was born and raised in rural Maury County (Santa Fe area). I'm currently a retired high school teacher (Santa Fe School) babysitting my granddaughter, looking after my mother, and working 1 day a week as a bookkeeper at my church. My job before my 30 year teaching career was with the Tennessee Regional Library. It provided access to the Tennessee State Archives collection and was the beginning of my interest in geneology. I have been interested in geneology ever since. I've done extensive research on Alderson, Scott, Wiley, Caldwell, Farmer, Bohannon, and Harvey families (and related families). My belief in PROOF of my information has often led me back to Findagrave.com so I thought I'd give it a try.


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 • 2 Memorials Added
 • 5 Memorials Managed
 • 4 Photos
 • 6 Virtual Flowers
Messages left for Pamela Farmer (4)[Leave Message]
Sheila
RE: J G Farmer photo & memorial
You are very welcome. I have driven by there at least 100 times and never realized that was a cemetery. Very few stones are still in their original locations, the rest were put in that memorial. The cemetery is behind the library and I guess that is why it is listed that way.
Added by Sheila on May 15, 2012 8:22 PM
Karon Murphy Hall
Price in Arkansas
Your very welcome for the photo of A.J. Price and I will try my best to go back soon and check again for the others you asked about. If you would like a listing of the other Price I will be glad to provide you with the one's I have in my database. If so you may mail me direct at karghall@yahoo.com
Added by Karon Murphy Hall on May 10, 2012 8:32 PM
Sheila
photo request
As a photo contributor, find a grave sent me your request. I am a bit confused, however. The cemetery is listed as Blytheville Public Library. How can this be correct?
Added by Sheila on May 10, 2012 7:58 AM
Anonymous
AJ SCOTT
Thanks for sharing your research.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 07, 2011 7:33 PM
 

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