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Hamilton Smith (#47930040)
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Robert Garms & Margaret Stier-Garms
RE: Nancy Tittle
I have sent the transfer of Nancy Phoebe Tittle Broyles as requested. It is curious that her place of burial is Hopewell Cemetery in Coffee County while her husband is buried in Hopewell Cemetery in Cannon County. But that's what their death certificates state.

Added by Robert Garms & Margaret S... on Aug 30, 2015 4:19 PM
Sue Lilley
RE: Dr. J. Adams
A very interesting connection. I have transferred all the memorials that you requested.

Best regards,

Added by Sue Lilley on Aug 28, 2015 11:36 AM
B Driver
RE: Lettie Olivene Murphy Smith #126704193
Adam Smith married Megen Robinson. His father is Danny Smith who married Diane Smith. She was a Smith from Cannon County and he is from Warren County.
Added by B Driver on Aug 28, 2015 3:33 AM
nora barton-carver
RE: Adams Family
thats awesome, i had been looking near by to find lytles family but no such luck so far, i have found many decendents, his grandson had a massive estate apparently and its got a huge file of digital copies for his will in the family search data base, still trying to sort that one out, theres an adoptive child that i cant find a record of mentioned in it. i havent had much time recently to devote to reserach on the website, i do alot of my own geneology work as well as a full time care giver for my disabled husband, 10 kids and a full time night shift job lol its crazy around here, but the kids enjoy our outings to the cemeteries, i dont get to this one as often as i used to since we moved away, we did live right down the road and used to walk up there on pretty days. thanks for the extra info on the adams family, maybe now i can link them to the ones of the older generations mentioned in the court minutes etc. i wasnt sure when they migrated in, i have adams as well futher back, but they moved into indiana from ky, i took a interest here because i thought maybe i could find a branch that moved this way, a ton of my family moved down through tn around the civil war and also right after the revolution we go back to the first colonies. ive been working on the hunch that some of them ended up in coffee county, as luck would have it, i just proved one tonight! and the family is close enough ill be able to go grave hunting to see if they are buried here, im kind of excited about that. anyway, thanks so much for the info, and please do feel free to ask if you come across a memorial yoy would like to have or if you would like me to add info to one, im not stingy, especially when it comes to history!
Added by nora barton-carver on Aug 28, 2015 3:02 AM
Robert Garms & Margaret Stier-Garms
RE: Nancy Goff Tittle #68361440
Nancy J. Goff Tittle was my husband's 2nd great aunt but you seem to be a closer relation. So I am sent the transfer as you requested.
Added by Robert Garms & Margaret S... on Aug 27, 2015 4:41 PM
nora barton-carver
RE: Adams Family
thank you! Patti has been very generous in sending some of these to me for keeping, are there any memorials you are interested in maintaining for your family record? ive been stumped on where to find the Adams family prior to Lytle. Coffee county history is kind of a side hobby for me and I found the Adams family to be quite interesting characters in our recent history, surprised that they are not more well known in the books here, the Adams played a big role in the modernization of the town of Manchester. any additional info youd like to add or link would be much appreciated and if youd care to maintain any of them your self feel free to ask, they are not kin to me that I know of, I just ran across the story of the family as I was searching for historical information on the town.
Added by nora barton-carver on Aug 27, 2015 12:12 PM
Tim Osborne
RE: Don Cruse
Your welcome
Added by Tim Osborne on Aug 26, 2015 10:30 PM
Sue Lilley
Laura Adams
Would you like a transfer?

Added by Sue Lilley on Aug 26, 2015 3:09 PM
Walling/s Cemeteries
In regards to your request: I don't have any cemeteries that I own on here or that I keep in a list. However, there are cemeteries here on Findagrave that have memorials of my Lance and Walling ancestors. Feel free to contact me. I have my Facebook profile page listed on my Findagrave profile.

As far as cemeteries that my ancestors are buried in, here are the following I have found on here:

Lance connection:
Great Grandfather Akers:
Great-Great Grandmother Lance Akers:
3rd Great Grandfather Lance(and one of your memorials):
4th GGrandfather Lance:
5th GG Lance(You left flowers on this one):

Walling connection:
My Great Grandmother Walling Akers:
Great-Great Grandfather Walling:
3rd Great Grandfather Walling:
4th GGrandfather Walling:
5th GGrandfather Walling:
6th GGrandfather Walling:
Added by JTRobertson on Aug 25, 2015 6:20 PM
Terry (Todd) Ferl
RE: James Herbert Hall #142996957

I'm glad to do the transfer. Now you can get Ina linked to her parents.

Added by Terry (Todd) Ferl on Aug 24, 2015 10:03 AM
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