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I'm from McNairy County, Tennessee. I found this site while working on my family tree. I have a passion for genealogy. Greatfully I have found my mom and dad's sides of the family back for several generations. I'm happy to be a member of this website. Also I appreciate everyone's contributions of "Flowers" to my mother Hattie Louise Lowrance Yarbrough, my brother and sister Charles Lynn Yarbrough and Glenda Ann Yarbrough, and any of my memorials. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.|
My photos are available for non-commercial use.
I've met many wonderful people on this site and I'm thankful for all of them.
Mom ~ Louise
Brother ~ Charles
Sister ~ Glenda
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|Victor Stephenson||Armstrong Pictures|
Thanks much for the photos!
|Jeff||Harold Irvin Photo|
Thank you very much for the photo!
Added by Jeff on Oct 04, 2015 2:34 PM
|Kelly Allen-Heir||James Allen Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of my uncles grave. Without your help I never would of found him. Thank You! Kelly Allen-Heir
Wow! Thank you so much for fulfilling many of my grave & marker photo requests.
Lawrence & Juanita (Bragg) Duncan; Ray Wilburn; Roy Brown and Clara Parvin.
|Arleen Hopkins||Augusta Jones Tombstone|
Thanks and have a wonderful day
|Betty Cooley||RE: Rosie-Union Cemetery in Lauderdale|
Now my question is this, which cemetery is it? If both were called Union Cemetery. I was going by tradition...Lightfoot Cemetery from another family member that I can't even remember the name of...and the memory of my mother who was in her 80's. I'll keep my records stating Lightfoot Cemetery. I just wish she had a headstone in one of the two cemeteries to give us something solid to fall back on.
I appreciate all your hard work with the genealogy research. I'm enjoying the reading and love the photo collection!! Again, thank you.
Betty Martindale Cooley
|Country girl ♦||Sweet Sue|
CALL ME WHEN YOU GET THIS
|Nancy||Eldridge Washington (E W ) Nash, paralee H (Nash) Counce and Vera Counch|
Thank you so much for the photos, your time and effort. All much appreciated. May I use the photos in my family tree? Nancy
Added by Nancy on Sep 15, 2015 5:14 PM
|Betty Cooley||Rosie-Union Cemetery in Lauderdale|
Sue, I have a death certificate that I copied from the internet that says it is of a Mrs J C Grantham in Henning TN. The place of burial is the old Union Cemetery (which has now changed its name to Lightfoot Cemetery in Lauderdale Co., TN. through research in their public library in Ripley, TN). This is believed to be my grandmother, Rosie Lee Lowrance Grantham. Anyway, what my quandary is is you have in this memorial that Rosie is buried at the Gooch Lowrance Cemetery. Is this through family knowledge? My mother, Mary Louise Grantham Martindale, had always stated that she could remember that where the grave was a tall headstone was by her mother. We would always go to Lightfoot where we had heard she had been buried and later seen this death certificate. I'm hoping that I'm not wrong here. Could you please help me out with what's what. Thank you.
Betty Martindale Cooley
|Betty||Looking for Stinnett Graves|
Hey Sue, so glad to see you are in McNairy! My family is looking for the graves of William Stinnett (1789-1847) and his wife Catherine Smith Stinnett (1801-1848).
James Monroe Stinnett (born 1820), was one of their three children, and was county judge in Ouchita County, AR. Marissa Stinnet was one child, and the other was Thomas L Stinnett.
Thanks so much!
Added by Betty on Aug 12, 2015 9:37 AM
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