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After 32 years as a teacher, I retired from the classroom, but have not retired from the role of researcher. I am having great fun researching the history of my family as well as the history of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.|
Please feel free to use any marker pictures that I have photographed. I would request that you credit the pictures to me and give the date so that anyone who is researching using your information knows the information. Sadly, we all know that markers become illegible and/or disappear.
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|L Lane||RE: Rebecca Watson Rowlett|
Okay, It is done! If there is anything else you want me to add, just let me know!
Added by L Lane on Apr 27, 2015 9:30 AM
|L Lane||Rebecca Watson Rowlett|
Thank you for contacting me regarding my memorial for Rebecca Jane Watson and whether or not she is married to Edward Rowlett. I was working off the research of Lucille Westbrook who has done considerable research for the families who moved from the Bedford Co, Tennessee area to Howard County, Arkansas in her book "Corinth Revisited." I had noticed that there was no marriage record for Rebecca Watson but that does happen sometimes so I left the information as it was. I would be happy to remove her from Find A Grave and you can make a new memorial for the correct one. Let me know if that is what you want me to do.
Added by L Lane on Apr 27, 2015 8:38 AM
Aunt Rodge was my sister 1st grade teacher, for a short time. My family stayed a while with Aunt Rodge and Uncle Rex as we migrated back to Memphis from Oak Ridge after the war.
My teacher during that time was Miss Kuykendal (sp.?). 4th grade.
My Dad and grandmother lived for a time in the little house behind the Presbyterian Church.
My parents are buried in the Yorkville Cemetery.
Jerry W. Owen
|Jerry Owen||Rupert Owen|
Rupert Owen was my grandfather. My dad grew up in Yorkville, TN. That is my wife and I in the Yorkville Cemetery picture at Find A Grave.
And I thank you most sincerely,
Jerry W. owen
|pansy ewell||Fain family|
Thank you for the info on this family. They were my husband's mother's family. I remember visiting in their home and he showed me the houses where he visited as a child. The article surely had many errors. I'm glad you wrote a correction.
|BMB||ref mem #143219541|
I met her back after she and Max were married. I have know Max for several years along with his 1st wife. If you want this memorial, I will be glad to transfer it to you.
Added by BMB on Mar 02, 2015 9:37 AM
|G-Man||RE: Ida Mai Bailey|
Thanks for the offer, but I have absoultely no relationship to her whatsoever - not even a step-cousin, 32 times removed ;-)
Added by G-Man on Feb 26, 2015 2:13 PM
|jim||RE: Samuel B. Tigrett|
THANKS. WILL PROVIDE A BETTER RESPONSE LATER. I HAVE BEEN SICK FOR A LONG TIME. I HAVE OFTEN WONDERED WHY MY 2nd GR GRAND, SUSAN TIGRETT NEELEY NEVER LEARNED TO READ/WRITE. THE WILDMONS OF MS WAS A BOOK WRITTEN ABOUT TIM'S WILDMON/TIGRETT FAMILY. GBY. jim
Added by jim on Nov 23, 2014 3:21 PM
|searcher||RE: Lester Clinton Kee|
The Find A Grave search engine searches on the names only not prefixes or suffixes
Thanks again for all the help, friend
Added by searcher on Oct 24, 2014 7:00 AM
I am related to most Kee's from West TN
Added by searcher on Oct 23, 2014 9:16 AM
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