|Misty Tune (#48066475)|
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I am a direct descendant (9th great grand daughter) of James Tune (Toone) who came over to the U.S.A. from England. I was born and currently live in Walker county, Alabama.|
James Payton Tune is my father (1954-1998), his father is James Wilburn Tune (1924-2000), his father William Franklin Tune (1884-1962), his father David Tune (1848-1930), his father John Franklin Tune (1825-1907), his father Samuel Tune (?-1849), his father John Tune (1757-1812),his father Anthony Tune (1723-1776), his father John Tune (1698-1742), his father Mark Tune (1673-1718), his father the first Tune: James Tune of Virginia from died in 1677.
I am also researching part of my mother's family which includes the Wilson, Harper, Smith and Busby / Busbee families.
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Thanks for letting me know she does not have a marker. Not surprised, will add no marker. Her death certficate list this cemetery and will use that for location.
There are so many graves where a marker was never placed or has been destroyed over the years. Some are listing unmarked graves if they are next or in between marked graves.
Added by Amby on Jun 14, 2014 8:38 AM
|Kathy Bardin Domgaard||Thomas Hopson Headstone|
Thanks you for taking the time to find my ancestor's headstone and taking a photo for me. I really appreciate your generosity.