|Michael Lloyd (#47916625)|
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|I have been interested in family history and genealogy every since I can remember. Growing up I was sick a lot from asthma and had a lot of time to read and study about my family as well as other families and history in the Northeast Tennessee/ Western North Carolina area. I am more then happy to help anyone that may have questions about local history and people. If pictures are needed I will try and get them. Once I get started researching something I don't give up. My health and work schedule will sometimes limit me from getting out, so please be patient with me.|
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|Edwina||Willard Stamper Photo|
I'm very glad you are much better and able to get out and about. Thank you very much for the photo of Willard's grave stone. I really do appreciate it and your work on this web site.
Added by Edwina on Apr 10, 2013 12:11 PM
|Nel Hatcher||Fannie Lasure Hatcher and son, Thomas|
Thank you so much for the fine photos of Fannie and son.
I very much appreciate your efforts!
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Mauk Requests|
Thank you so much for filling our requests, we really appreciate your help.
|Suzy Crews||Void & Winfred Davis|
Thank you for your kindness for getting me photos for Void & Winfred Davis.
|Suzy Crews||Vertie Metcalf Davis|
Thank you very much for the photos of Vertie and Horace Mack Davis' headstones. Your kindness is appreciated.
|David McInturff||Robert, William, and Mary McInturff|
Thanks for these photos as well.
|David McInturff||James McInturff, Jr|
I appreciate you spending the time to take and post this nice photo. Thank you very much.
|Steve Moore||Moore Family Cemetery Flag pond|
I found this listed on another web site. "Moore Faily Cemetery"
Have you heard of this cemetery? My guess its a small cemetery on their old farm.
This a discription of the farm the Moores Lived.This should be a farm or 2 south from Blankinship Cemetery.
The land bordered the Tipton, Blankenship, and Carter farms then to a line on New Camp Mountain (Tennessee, North Carolina State line).
One more do you know the area were Rice Creek Cemetery is?
Thanks for all you have done.
|Bill Miltonberger||Isaac Rice headstone|
Thanks for going the extra mile regarding the headstone for Isaac Rice. Living on the Oregon coast makes it impossible for me to verify with help from people such as you.
|Steve Moore||Charity Brown Moore|
Thanks for the pictures. Very much appreciated.
If you are in area again could you take a picture of cemetery, sorry I didn't put that in my request.
Thanks alot Steve
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