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|Beth in Colorado||The Everly's|
Hi, Peggy, I went out to Union Highland Cemetery and took pictures of the Everly's Headstone. I also stopped at the Historical Society and picked up an Obituary for Amelia Everly, and a newspaper article for Thomas Everly.
I'm not sure what's going on with Mamie Everly. There is a Martha Francis "Fannie" Embley buried in Section 15, Lot 1, which is the same Section and Lot Mamie Everly supposedly is buried in. I've taken a picture of her headstone and posted it on Findagrave. Buried next to Miss Fannie Embley is a David Banks in Section 15, Lot 2.
I also looked in the newspapers the Historical Society has, and found no mention of a Mamie Everly. That doesn't mean a lot, though. Back then it was usually a one-liner, if even that.
If you wish, send me your e-mail address, and I'll send you a copy of the newspaper article on Mr. Thomas Everly. You can e-mail me from my contributor page.
|Beth in Colorado||everly's|
I have a boatload of pictures on my computer that I haven't posted to Findagrave. I just went through them, and, no, I have no pictures of their Headstones. I'll see what I can do this weekend, probably Sunday.
|Beth in Colorado||Everly's|
No, I'm afraid I have no information on them at all. I can go out and take pictures of the Headstones, if they exist, and that may help you a bit, especially if the 3rd Everly is one of their children.
|Beth in Colorado||Thomas Everly|
There you go, Miss Peggy! Your very first Memorial is your Great Grandfather. Take care of his Memorial, please. I've developed a great partiality to Union Highland Cemetery and the Folks buried out there. Take care, and good Family hunting!