|cj||68727347 Catherine Worley|
Wondering if you are related to Catherine Getz? She was the 1st wife of my great grand uncle/my great grandfather's brother. They were married in April 1871 in Adams county, Illinois. Thank you for entering this memorial! Do you know if Catherine was born in Missouri or Illinois? Would love to hear from you.
Added by cj on Nov 02, 2015 8:51 AM
|Carlton Smail||Nona (Crenshaw) Bailey|
Paulette, could you please e-mail me. I have some questions for you about Nona Bailey and the Udall Tornado of May 25, 1955. Thank you:) Carlton
|deegraver||James Matthew Wright|
Who did he marry and where is she buried ?
|deegraver||RE: James Matthew Wright|
Only Paulette Mattingly, who added his memorial can link him to his father.
Her name is at the bottom of his page
Memorial # 50767407?
|Paula Frichtl||Spurrier Chapel Cemetery|
Do you have an address or directions to the Spurrier Chapel Cemetery in Grayson Co KY?
A friend's gr and gr gr grandparents are buried there. Thanks for any help you can offer
|Vicki Peterson||Susan (Worley) Tyler|
I agree that the backward "S's" make her tombstone interesting (and unique), it's one of my favorite ancestor grave markers. Since most (or all) of her sons had moved away, it's entirely possible that the same person did the engraving. I suspect it might have been her nephew James Marion Worley; but that's just a guess based on the feeling Susan and James may have been especially close (familywise and by proximity). Susan's husband Wm M. Tyler (died in service) and James M. Worley served in the same civil war unit, too.
|Vicki Peterson||Pap Worley & sister Susan Tyler|
Yes, Pap's tombstone is quite readable. Susan Tyler's is not nearly as clear. My husband posted her tombstone photo on her Find A Grave memorial, and I think you captured it in the background in both your photo of James Marion Worley's tombstone and that of his his son Harry Worley.
|Vicki Peterson||Pap Worley's Tombstone|
Thank you for adding the photo of Elias "Pap" Worley's tombstone, it's wonderful!! His sister Susannah (Worley) Tyler also has a hand engraved tombstone. She is buried at Corry Cemetery in next door Dade County.
|MKW||RE: Additional information|
Hi Paulette, I added the additional info that you sent about Edna Dodson. Thanks!
Added by MKW on Apr 02, 2011 12:33 AM
|Judy Mayfield||RE: Question re: Levi Banfill|
I'm sorry to say that I honestly can not recall where I got the birth and death information. I'm guessing that I acquired it from another contributor. I'm usually pretty good about noting my source these days, so I may have recieved it quite awhile ago.
Sorry I was unable to help.
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