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Sandra Wright (#47574279)
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I am interested in finding information about my great-grandmother, Virginia Lee Worley Hildreth (1853-abt 1897), who was the daughter of Arthur Lavander Worley, Sr. and Sarah Ann (Sallie) Vanatta Worley of Woodbury, Tennessee.
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Troutman
Thomas Basil & Penelope Smith
Thanks so much for the photo's. Appreciate your time.
K
Added by Troutman on Jul 27, 2012 5:06 AM
P. V. Hays
Sarah Roberts Wilkins
thank you so very much for trying to find the marker for Aunt Sarah Roberts Wilkins. I imagine her marker is no longer legible.

~ you live as long as you are remembered ~
Added by P. V. Hays on Mar 05, 2012 3:19 AM
KBounds
Arthur V Worley
Hi Sandra.

I got Arthur linked to his parents. I also had a question.
I noticed his mother's maiden name of Vanatta. I saw that Arthur's dad was an Arthur, Sr. I also noticed you mentioned the son's middle name being Levander, "Van". However, I was just wondering, since his middle initial is V on the gravestone, is it possible his middle name could also be Vanatta after his mother's maiden name, and Van is short for Vanatta? I've seen the mother's maiden name used quite often and he would still be an Arthur, Jr. technically. I'm sure you know exactly what his middle name is, but I still thought I'd ask anyway since the middle name Levander, with a Middle initial of V made me wonder until I saw his mother's maiden name then I thought of that possibility.! Regardless, I went ahead and added Levander as his middle name since you mentioned it. Thanks!I
Added by KBounds on Jan 09, 2012 8:31 AM
Doyce Brimmage
Floyd Carmichael
Thank you for finding and taking the photo of the
headstone for Floyd Carmichael.

Doyce Brimmage
Added by Doyce Brimmage on Jan 04, 2012 1:55 PM
Doyce Brimmage
FLOYD CARMICHAEL
SINCE HE WAS ONLY ONE (1) YEAR OLD , THERE MAY NOT BE A MARKER.
HOWEVER, I DO THANK YOU FOR YOUR EFFORTS.

DOYCE BRIMMAGE
Added by Doyce Brimmage on Jan 01, 2012 4:30 PM
Doyce Brimmage
CLORISE SELF
THANK YOU FOR TAKING AND ATTACHING THE PHOTO TO THE MEMORIAL FOR CLORISE SELF

DOYCE BRIMMAGE
Added by Doyce Brimmage on Jan 01, 2012 4:29 PM
Doyce Brimmage
BERT SELF
THANK YOU FOR TAKING AND ATTACHING THE PHOTO TO THE MEMORIAL FOR BERT SELF

DOYCE BRIMMAGE
Added by Doyce Brimmage on Jan 01, 2012 4:27 PM
Debra Walters
RE: Paralee & James Sullins & Family
Sorry that I couldn't be of more help. The Sullins' plots are big enough to hold about 12 graves, but there is only the one marker in another section across from their plots. I assume they were buried there before the Walters took over the cemtery in the late 1960s, otherwise, we would have written in our log book. Again, I am sorry!
Added by Debra Walters on Nov 15, 2011 12:04 PM
Nikki Lynn
Stephenson Family
Sandra, thank you so much for all of the great pictures you took of my family's headstone. I really appreciate all of the time and hard work y'all put in to find them.
Sincerely
Nikki Lynn Stephenson Herring
Added by Nikki Lynn on Nov 05, 2011 6:25 AM
Thomas L. Harman
Andrew and Myrtle Bright Wilson
Sandra,

Thank you so much for taking the time to fill my photo requests for Andrew and Myrtle Bright Wilson.

I do appreciate the kindness.

Tom
Added by Thomas L. Harman on Nov 01, 2011 11:24 AM
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