|C. Shannon Crawford (#47570716)|
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About Me:Maternal Haplogroup: K1a4a1
Paternal Haplogroup: I1*
See my RootsWeb Tree here: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=cscrawford&id=P-1820401798
I currently live in Los Angeles; however, I am originally from North East Tennessee.
Family Surnames: Anderson, Arnold, Babb, Baer, Banks, Bates, Beverly, Blakinsopp, Blankenship, Blaser, Blazer, Bond, Bowen, Branner, Briggs, Brock, Brown, Bull, Chambers, Chapman, Chilcoat, Clayton, Collier, Cook, Copeland, Darling, Daugherty, de Tombe, Detterman, Diffenbach, Dillon, Dixon, Doe, Dove, Drainer, du Buysson, Duff, Dunwoody, Easterly, Eby, Elam, Fenner, Foxe, Funkhouser, Garrison, Gentry, Gerber, Gibson, Glass, Golding, Harmon, Harpine, Harrison, Hartman, Henley, Herbein, Hertze, Hirtzel, Hitchcock, Hollingsworth, Howlett, Hudson, Hull, Isham, Jauler, Johnson, Jones, Josi, Klinglin, Lane, Lister, Logan, Lowson, Lyman, Maben, Marlow, Maton, McCauley, McClain, McIntosh, McKemy, McNutt, McSpadden, Millikin, Mismer, Morris, Moses, Musgrove, Neas, Nehs, Norton, O'Cain, Oesterle, Oliver, Olivier, Ott, Ottiker, Ottinger, Pearch, Peters, Poole, Randolph, Rankin, Rausch, Reece, Rees, Reitennauer, Reynolds, Rezin, Rice, Roberts, Robinson, Ross, Rothlisberger, Royall, Russell, Ryland, Sauesanger, Schenk, Schertle, Schlern, Shelton, Sidwell, Soane, Sommers, Stanley, Steele, Steiner, Strange, Susong, Talton, Tarlton, Thompson, Tipton, Townsend, Turner, Tyndal, Wanton, Webbe, Weiss, Wilburn, Wilkinson, Winter, Woody, Zirkle
Family Locations: Tennessee; Cocke County, Tennessee; Greene County, Tennessee; and Washington County, Tennessee; Madison County, North Carolina; and Yancey County, North Carolina
About My Family:Many of my maternal ancestors were Germans, who immigrated from South Eastern Germany. After arrving in the US, they settled in Pennsylvannia for a few generations then moving down the Shenandoah Valley until ultimately settling in East Tennessee.
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|Conner ||Corp Ola Kyle Carter|
a better picture of him on Tennessee World War I Gold Star Collection
Added by Conner on Sep 29, 2016 9:31 PM
|Mountain Traveler||George W. Jones # 72028873|
Do you know what the death year reads on this picture that you took?
|Phillip Gregg||Blazer in Caney Branch Cemetery|
I have pics of ALL the headstones in the cemetery. Had to take his res pics and bring back to studio to render. I didnt see any with a readable name of Blazer on them.
Did you know Haskel Craddock? :)
Added by Cheryl on Jan 21, 2014 8:11 AM
You are very welcome.
Added by ppatri on Aug 20, 2013 8:23 PM
|Mike Gahagan||William Shelton|
I did not know that Cutshall Town cemetery was the same as Memorial Church of God until today. I transferred William Shelton to you, if you want any others just let me know.
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Changes Made|
|Michael Lloyd||RE: Claim them!|
Thank you very much. I wanted to check with you and make sure. The last thing I want to do is as the old saying goes "step on somebody's toes". My great grandparents are John Tipton and Myra S. Tipton. If there is ever any information or pictures you need from Unicoi County or the surrounding area, feel free to ask. I will do my best to get it. Once again thank you.
|Michael Lloyd||Photo Request|
There is a photo request for James Tipton and Amanda Tipton buried at Blankenship Cememtery in Unicoi County, Tennessee. I claimed the request because they are my great great grandparents and took some pictures of their grave marker, but after seeing that you have already posted photos, I have not. If you wish I will unclaim the request so that you may claim it.
|Abbe||RE: Blankenship Cemetery|
You're very welcome...I was happy to help!
It's an older cemetery, and back then they believed in burying their loved ones as close to heaven as they could. If you can find Blankenship Cemetery Road, it's at the very top of the road even though it looks like the road ends. The GPS coordinates are available on Find A Grave. I had to use them to find it!
Added by Abbe on Aug 06, 2012 8:26 AM
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