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RainbowGal (#48105721)
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Bio Photo Hello - My name is Judy Griffin. My husband & I live in Lawrence County Tennessee. We both have a ongoing interest in History. This started with studying the places and events surrounding the Civil War and has expanded to other areas of the USA and abroad. I am a great "resource" person and enjoy storytelling, public speaking, travel with my husband, and activities with our family. This volunteer journey is a way to pay forward and bring to light some historical facts through pictures.
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Judy McGilvray
RE: Jane Stone Nave
Nave Phelps cemetery
or Jehu Nave Kennedy Cemetery
Bunker Hill
Giles co., Tennessee

Also ask you if you sent me a Nave Phelps cemetery roaster, I don't remember receiving it, would love to have a copy.
Added by Judy McGilvray on Jul 27, 2014 9:25 AM
Judy McGilvray
nave phelps cemetery roster
you said you could not find Jane Stone Nave in this cemetery to obtain me a photo of her tombstone.
You said you sent me a roaster of the cemetery, I am afraid I don't remember getting it. Would love to receive a nother copy.
Added by Judy McGilvray on Jul 25, 2014 3:29 PM
Tom Tosh
Virgil Pope memorial
Thanks once again for taking a photo for me. Great photos as usual. I never knew his wife's name and the marker allowed me to find her. Thanks again,
Tom Tosh
Added by Tom Tosh on Jul 25, 2014 11:47 AM
Vance Harris
Susie E. Gardner Bishop
Sorry for my late reply but I saw your problem you reported on my photo request. I went to the website you recommended and her name is indeed there along with a photograph of her marker. It is a shame that she no longer has one.

Vance C. Harris
Added by Vance Harris on Jul 13, 2014 5:44 PM
Maryanne A. McCracken Highley
Infant Sandy
Got a note from Find A Grave that a photo request had been granted and a picture had been posted on this memorial...but, so far, no picture is there when I click on the link...

Thanks, Maryanne
Added by Maryanne A. McCracken Hig... on Jul 02, 2014 1:28 PM
Alexandra Johnson Suddith
Thank you for photographing my grandmothers headstone. I really appreciate it. It brought tears to my eyes to see it.
-Alexandra Suddith
Added by Alexandra Johnson Suddith on Jun 21, 2014 8:49 AM
Annie Locke
Thank you for the wonderful photo that you added to Annie's memorial. I was dismayed to get your message that there is no record for her husband, Robert, in the cemetery. I am not sure how to handle this. I went to edit burial and put unknown at this time. Hope that is the correct thing to do. Later, if I can find him somewhere else, I can edit again. In the meantime all the links to family will still be there. I so much appreciate your help.
Added by texnative on Jun 20, 2014 7:33 PM
Sandy Vickers Brown
Thank you for trying to locate the graves of my Rogers in Giles County. They must be unmarked.
Added by Sandy Vickers Brown on Jun 19, 2014 2:52 AM
B. Pierson
Jonathan Pierson at Summertown
Hi, last year you got a photo of Jonathan Pierson's headstone at Summertown cemetery, I have yet to find his wife Elizabeth, can I ask a favor of you, the next time you are out there, would it be possible to photograph the lower part of this headstone, I have a very good feeling Elizabeth is buried next to him with no marker or marked on the bottom of Jonathan's, at least I'm hoping, grasping, She shows up in 1900 census with her daughter Edith in Lawrence County, after Jonathan's death, and then her daughter is in Michigan in 1910, and Elizabeth isn't with her, I suspect she passed sometime between 1900 and 1910 and laid to rest there in Summertown Cemetery, but there is no record of this, I recently talked to a gentleman that has the information of headstones and markers, he said the information is just from the headstones and markers there, and there is no hard evidence records to speak of for this cemetery, so my hopes are small, but al I can do is try, Is there a library nearby that may have a obituary? Maybe you know of a phone number I can call , Thank You, Bobby Pierson
Added by B. Pierson on Jun 14, 2014 1:33 PM
Kent Pettus
Meshack Boyce
Thanks RainbowGal for the picture. He is my most recently discovered ancester. I have tons of them that moved through northern Alabama and Tennessee on their westward migration. My most recent generations have taken root in Texas after leaving the South and the damage from "Mr. Lincioln's War of Northern Aggression"
Added by Kent Pettus on Jun 14, 2014 10:46 AM
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