|PurpleRose769||RE: William Fowler Coleman|
William Fowler is my grandfather. His son Henry M. Coleman (1937-1992) is my father.
Thank you so much for all the information on the Cornwells in you tree. That helped me tremendously. Do you have a child Wilma Jean for Marvin Cornwell Sr. and Josephine Coleman?
|Peggy Coleman||Elizabeth Thweatt md Coleman|
Do you have any idea who Elizabeth's parents or siblings are? I am stuck on her but have seen the name spelled Thweatt, Threat, Threet. There is a Harmon Threet in the records but have been unable to connect them.
|Lynn Konecny||Martha Bass Hitchcock|
Linda, the name Bass came from my Grandmothers death certificate. Her parents were Matthew Hitchcock and Martha Bass. Matthew Hitchcock was married three times. First wife, Sallie Ann (don't have her maiden name); Second wife, Martha New and Third wife, Martha Bass. My grandmother was Annie Jewel Hitchcock that married Eldridge Hurst.
|bbarnhill||RE: Jesse Coleman - 92495287|
Your g grandfather is now in your care.
|Kathy Margrave||RE: Josephine Coleman Cornwell|
Hi, Linda. I'm very sorry for your loss. I have transferred your grandmother's memorial to you. I'm also sorry the photos aren't better...I was traveling by air and didn't have my clippers or whisk broom with me. If you get better photos, please let me know and I will gladly delete mine. Take Care. Kathy
|William Brackett||Clark Cemetery-Kingston Springs TN|
I saw you photos of markers in the Clark Cemetery near Kingston Springs, TN. Great work. I am wondering if you are connected to the Clark family. More specifically I am looking for an Ann Clark who married John Anderson who was a Veteran of the Revolutionary War. They lived near Kingston Springs and may be buried in this cemetery. Sumerfield (Anderson) Hannah was their daughter. If I can locate John Anderson's burial site I want to have a Rev. War marker placed there. He is one of my mother's ancestors. Thanks for your assistance.
Thank you for taking the time to honor my photo request. Your photo is greatly appreciated,
Added by MARY on Jun 14, 2012 4:46 PM
|AJ||RE: Clark Cemetery, Kingston Springs, TN|
The cemetery is located on East Kingston Springs Road 6 miles from Hwy 70 up a gravel raod to the right.
I went with a relative some years ago so I am not sure how things might have change over time. Good luck in your search.
Added by AJ on Jun 07, 2012 8:03 PM
|Pennsylvania Lady||Deloris D King|
Thank you, very nice photo.
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