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Darla Cochran Coburn Greer (#47680350)
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Bio Photo My name is Darla (Cochran) Greer and I live in Eastern Tennessee. I love poking around old cemeteries - they are amazing! I absolutely love this site and hope to contribute to it alot more when I retire.
My paternal line is Cochran from Scotland/Ireland. They settled for several generations in Cabarrus/Mecklenburg North Carolina. Some other names are Alexander, Harris, Allison, Carr. My Grandmother Cochran's maiden name was Stump, others in her line are Traylor, Earven, and Martin to name a few.
My maternal line is from Scotland and Ireland for the most part. They settled in Canada for many generations and then moved to the United States in 1947. Some names include: Milne, Stewart, Allen/Allan, Brewster and Ellis...
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RE: Thank you!

Thanks for the kind words but I believe I only did 2 Milne sites. I will check find a grave for Brookside to see if I missed one.

Added by Bocephus on Apr 22, 2015 11:45 PM
C Wilson
RE: C Greer & Elizabeth Triplett ~ Ables Spring
You're very welcome ... happy to do it.

Added by C Wilson on Dec 05, 2014 6:05 AM
RE: Thank you!!!
RE: Stump grave in Pleasant Valley

You're welcome.

I didn't actually see the grave with my own eyes. My sister happens to live in that area so I asked her to send me the photograph. Next time I am in that area I will try to get a closer look and see if I can read it.
Added by DHParker on Nov 10, 2014 8:32 AM
anna bertram
william scorgie milne
hi saw this name think he is my great grandfather james scorgie milne older brother his parents were John Milne and Jessie Scorgie other siblings were John Mary and Frederick
Added by anna bertram on Jun 28, 2014 6:13 PM
Jim Hicks
RE: Thank you Jim!
Hi Darla, glad to assist. I made a mistake thinking Helen Stewart Milne was the outstanding photo request, but just noticed it was Nellie Milne d: 1953 that is outstanding. I'll check for that marker. Thx. Jim
Added by Jim Hicks on Jun 07, 2014 10:39 PM
connie brittain
Sarah Pharr
Just for your records:
Sarah and Walter are buried in different graveyard/cemetery.
Sarah is in the Rocky River Cemetery behind the current church. plot 7 H #463 (no other Pharr's are buried near her according to the church's records. I tried to find her tombstone yesterday and was unsuccessful, I will go back again to try and locate it.
Walter F. is buried in Pharr Graveyard plot #8
(upper NE corner) In this graveyard there are 27 marked graves 18 of them bearing the name Pharr. The last burial was in 1907, the first was in 1822 according to records kept.
According to documentation different graveyards were used base on the weather. I do not know if this is the case in your great....... grandparents.
I got the information out of the church's cemetery book. They sell it for $8, or you can pick one up at the church for $6.
Added by connie brittain on Jul 06, 2013 6:50 AM
connie brittain
Sarah Pharr
In the same cemetery as Sarah Pharr there are 70 other Pharr's buried there. There is not one section that has a group of family members. If you can give me the names of her family members, I will do my best to get the pictures you need.
Added by connie brittain on Jul 03, 2013 5:28 PM
Linda Gilchrest
RE: James Madison Wood
No I don't...wish I did. I heard same story. James had 11 children when they married. Annie must have been a very special woman to take on such a huge responsiblity raising and helping raise such a large family. Mom always referred to her as "Miss Annie". One story mom told me was Miss Annie was talking about how horrible it was for women to smoke cigarettes...she said it was a dirty habit but mom said Miss Annie dipped snuff. To me personally that is worse than cigarettes.

Do you have any photos? I have some I would be willing to share after school is out when I have the time to sort thru can contact me at the following will warn you this is no longer my primary email and it does not get checked as often as the other one. I will give you primary thru cctc address and it will be more private.
Added by Linda Gilchrest on Apr 30, 2013 8:36 PM
Debra Hoch
would that be the AA listed or the Anna that is listed. perhaps if you give me a birth date I can make sure I put it on the right one. thanks debbie
Added by Debra Hoch on Apr 29, 2013 10:04 AM
d yancey
RE: John Cochran
Thanks. I put your note on. When you find the right son, will you link him. I put your note on so people will realize I have the wrong Robert.
Added by d yancey on Mar 11, 2013 9:53 PM
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