|Anita Lawson (#47950081)|
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|MSL||RE: Rachel Myra Sneed & William R. Hatcher|
I just sent an e-mail. Had a problem with your address.
Added by MSL on May 14, 2013 2:59 PM
|MSL||William Riley Hatcher|
I meant to send the message to the person who you posted the photo for, not to you, Sorry about that!
Added by MSL on May 12, 2013 12:00 AM
|MSL||WIlliam Riley Hatcher|
I think you are mistaken as to who his wife was.
According to the document, "Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002," W.R. Hatcher married Mira SNEED on June 25,1871 in Monroe County. Even the drawing of her states the her name was "Myra Snead Hatcher," although her maiden name was misspelled. She was one of my ancestors.
If you'd prefer I could contact you by e-mail.
Added by MSL on May 11, 2013 11:51 PM
|Donna Kay||69659508 Boling|
I am not related. I was just taking photos of all of Condon Grove.
|Kat||Hale at Dela|
I think I have transferred all the memorials I had to you. If I missed one let me know
Added by Kat on Nov 19, 2012 8:30 PM
|Barbara Farmer||RE: Elizabeth West|
You are so welcome!!
|William Watson||RE: Hatcher Geneology|
I'm sorry to have muddied the waters further. I must have had other Hatchers on the brain when I wrote you. There are some from Sevier County, Tennessee, including a William Hatcher, but I don't have anything that links those Hatchers to yours.
Have the DNA test results come back yet? With all the work on Hatcher DNA, test results would certainly seem likely to provide a direction for further research.
Very best regards,
(out of town again!)
|James L. Cook||RE: Don Frank Hill|
Your welcome. Let me know, if I can help you in the future.
|James L. Cook||Don Frank Hill|
Anita, what do you need, cause there already is a photo of the grave stone.
Let me know if there is more you need and I will gladly take care of it. Cemetery isn't 10 minutes from where I live.
|Walking Dead||David F Mays|
I can't transfer your uncle to you, as I've already transferred his memorial to a friend, so I can have more time with my grandkids. I'm still in the process of transferring all of my memorials to my friend. You will need to ask my friend whose name is on the memorial.
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