I was at the site yesterday - no trace of the cemetery - only private property with no trespassing sign. Go online to southernmiddletennesseecemeteries.com and pull up Joines Cemetery and you will see stones for Lela and Willie Shrader - no stones for E. B. Shrader or Nancy Joines. Sorry
|Mary Anne||RE: Samuel Harris|
You are very welcome. Probably it should remain as an outstanding request in case someone stumbles upon a stone for him in a different area of the cemetery. It is possible his stone is one of several that are not usually readable, but there is no unreadable stone near Relief and Lois.
|Paul Armstrong||RE: Edna Earl Bessonette|
You're very welcome. All the Bessonettes are right in one spot, and I don't know why I'd never got a photo of Edna's marker. Her aunt Johanna married my gg-uncle William Henry Harrison Armstrong. Glad I could help,
|Pat Summan||Rachel Morgan|
Rachel Morgan is buried at City Cemetery in Connersville. She died 10/19/1913 and was buried 10/21/1913. She is in Sec. 6W, plot 113 and there is no stone.
I found a Lou Ella Hendrix born 2/28/1900 died 8/28/1901 Daughter of W.L. and Alice Hendrix. any chance this is her?
if you want the pic I can email it.
Added by wandita on Mar 30, 2015 8:48 PM
|Sharon W||RE: George Taylor|
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Jan 05, 2015 3:48 PM
Mary just go to the edit button ask for the transfer and include your Find A Grave number and your relationship. Glad to transfer relatives. Deb
|Kathy Taylor||Albert and Anna Taylor|
Hi Mary! My grandfather was the son of Albert and Anna Taylor - Earl J. Taylor. I have also been researching my lines for a number of years but have limited information on the Taylor line. I would love to exchange information but more importantly connect with the distant cousins I never knew.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Kathy Taylor Keane - Texas
|Teresa Devine||RE: Infant Daughter Hendrix|
I was happy to be able to do it.
I am only sorry that there were no individual headstones there. In case you can't read the narrative at the bottom of the memorial stone, it says:
"The Great Tornado (Type 5) entered McDuffie Co. at RR Mile Post 42. At 12:45 PM March 20, 1875 the Rock House lost windows, a cook house, corn crib & gin. In the center of the cemetery a giant old oak was blown down. This marker is in the center of the tornado's path. Monument erected 2002."
Please feel free to use my pics as you see fit. :)
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