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William Leonard Sledge (#47575071)
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Bio Photo I lived in Alvaton a small community in southeastern Warren County, Kentucky, for most of my life. I now live in Bowling Green just northwest of Alvaton. My great-great-great grandfather Miles Carey Sledge came to Kentucky in the early 1800's from Virginia. I am retired from a Caterpiller dealership after working 37 years there. Have been interested in genealogy for years. I am an Army veteran with service in Viet Nam (1969).
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Kenney Lee
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William

I have lived in the Greenhill area of Warren County for most of my life. My g-g-g grandfather came to Barren County from VA in about 1810. His son Samuel T Lee settled in the Goshen district of Warren County in about 1840. My father was Roy Elmo Lee and grandfather was Roy Calvin Lee. I remember dad and grandad mentioning the Sledge families of Alvaton. My older brother and sisters (Delores, Barbara, and Mike) attended Alvaton HS and had Sledges for classmates.

William if the following Adkison families are not related to you then could you transfer memorials found at the Pleasant Hill Christian Church Cemetery for the following relatives of mine:

1) James Curtis Adkison - 92086821 - 3rd cousin
2) Jerry Leon Adkison - 92086765 - 3rd cousin
3) Floyd G Adkison - 96662247 - 2nd cousin 1x removed

I am working on getting the Pleasant Hill Christian Church and Thomas cemeteries completely updated with correct information and photos for all graves.

Many of my family members are buried in these two cemeteries. I am related to the Lee, Keen, Atkinson, Milam, Harlow, Robertson, Hodges, Duffer and Hines families located in these cemeteries.

Kenney Lee
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Added by Kenney Lee on Jan 27, 2014 6:20 PM
DMLeForce
Curds
I have J. Knight (43025090) & his wife Mary Curd in Fairview Cemetery #2. Someone just told me should be #1. But you've got pics of both so I was hoping you could tell me if they're in 1 or 2.

Please reply to dmleforce at gmail dot com.

Thanks. :)
Added by DMLeForce on Sep 09, 2013 11:50 PM
Sheila Jones
Picture
Thank you for taking and posting a picture of the stone of my Aunt Wendal Sims. :)
Added by Sheila Jones on Nov 28, 2012 8:38 AM
Seeker
Headstone pictures
Thank you, so very much for the pictures of Michael and Vivian Marmon's headstones.
Susan Hampton
Added by Seeker on Sep 07, 2012 10:31 PM
Moonshadows
Raymond and Tommie Allen Lee
Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.I live in South carolina and we don't get up that way any more.Could you post the picture on the memorial page?Thank you so much.Have a great Evening!Rhoda Miller
Added by Moonshadows on Sep 07, 2012 8:03 PM
Moonshadows
Raymond W and wife Tommie Allen Lee
Thank you so much for posting the nice photo of Raymond and wife Tommie Lee.Do you know what the picture on their headstone was?They lost several children young and I wonder if they are near.I thank you again for such a clear picture and your time.Have a Blessed Day!
Added by Moonshadows on Sep 07, 2012 6:24 PM
Cindy Cornwell McCachern
RE: Thank You
I would love to trade information about your line. E-mail me directly at mccachern@sbcglobal.net.
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Jul 26, 2012 3:53 AM
Cindy Cornwell McCachern
RE: Thank You
What was the name of your grandmother that was a daughter of Samuel Henry Cornwell? Who did she marry?
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Jul 25, 2012 1:16 PM
Rain Brings Rainbows
Thank you!
First, a Thank you for your military service...may I assure you there are many of us who remember those difficult and harsh years for those who served our country...those who never returned, those who were returned under the flag which covered them, those who were wounded and those who did survive but still carry the memories deep inside. Again, there are many who feel deep gratitude and respect from generation to generation.

I appreciate the photo and placement on the memorial page...summer takes you "the extra mile" because of the heat!
Added by Rain Brings Rainbows on Jul 25, 2012 9:18 AM
Michael Bell
Margaret Cook
William,

Thank you so much for the grave photo.

Michael
Added by Michael Bell on Jul 25, 2012 7:44 AM
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