|Weakley||RE: James Smith|
I'm sorry its not a very good one but it is partially buried, and surrounded by a bushy plant in the summer, if you'd like i can go in the spring and dig it up and get a picture of the whole thing
Added by Weakley on Jan 05, 2016 2:08 PM
I went out today and got a partial picture of hus headstone, If you want I can go back in the spring and uncover the rest for a better picture. Also I found a headstone for Maud J Smith, wife of J. A. Smith, 26yrs old, she died in 1894, if you're interested I can send it to you!
Added by Weakley on Jan 05, 2016 12:31 PM
|Kerry||Photo requests Lacrosse|
Thanks so much for doing the photo requests at Lacrosse.. Appreciate it very much.
Added by Kerry on Dec 28, 2015 8:27 AM
|Don Stout||Williamson & Harriet Cheatham Photos|
Thank you so much for the photos for Williamson and Harriet. I really appreciate your help! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday. Don Stout
Thank you for taking the photo and posting.
|Deborah Clifton||George W. Oliver|
So sorry, I put Mr. Nolen instead of T Nolen. Thank you again so very much. I really do appreciate it!
|Deborah Clifton||George Oliver|
Dear Mr. Nolen,
Thank you so very much for taking the photo of George's stone for me! I appreciate it so very much!
Thanks so much for the photo of her stone. I appreciate your time and effort. Thanks for being a volunteer.
Added by Rose on Dec 22, 2014 7:25 PM
|Joan Murphy||Mother of Seaborn Jones Thomas|
William P Thomas and his first wife had 7 children. We are unsure of the name of this wife but she died in 1820.
William P. Thomas married Dicey Ivey Jan 31, 1822. They had a son named Napoleon Bonaparte Thomas born about 9 months later. They had a daughter, Shelan was born in 1823 - the year before William P. Thomas died.
Dicey Ivey was not the mother of Seaborn Jones Thomas. Seaborn had left home and was married before his father married Dicey Ivey.
Thanks again for getting the Lacrosse photo
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