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Terry Baker Sr (#48315046)
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Bio Photo I'm a descendant of John H W Baker and have been researching family history for 20 years, Baker's, Bryant's, Saunders, Sanders, and Thompson's. They have migrated from Virginia and Tennessee to all parts of the country. My goal is to find and link as many of my family descendants as possible.
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Susan
Trammell
Thanks for your help with Rueben. I probed for more stones around the Tramell stones at Cherry Grove Cemetery and did not find any buried stones.
I am trying to help Laurie Selpien get information for Crouch and Cherry Grove. She said the Tramell name is also her line. I have no connection other than I live close to both cemeteries.
Appreciate your response
Added by Susan on Mar 23, 2015 6:30 PM
Susan
Reuben Trammel
Do you know if Reuben Trammel 1846- 1925 is buried in Crouch Cemetery?
Added by Susan on Mar 22, 2015 8:36 PM
天使
RE: Gale Baker
You are most welcome...
Added by 天使 on Nov 19, 2014 6:18 AM
Susan
Cherry Grove in Hamilton Co IL
Thank you for the corrections for Chester Trammel. If you would like I will be glad to transfer this memorial to you. I have no connection to the family.
Added by Susan on Nov 04, 2014 4:59 PM
Amanda Trill
Smyrna Cemetery, J.W. Baker
Hi there! Sorry it's taken me a little while to get back to your question about where Smyrna Cemetery is located.

It's in Hardin County, IL, off of Route 1 and just north of the Route 1/Route 146 junction. While on Route 1, turn onto Lamb Road, and the cemetery is not too far down Lamb and will be on your left. It sits up higher than the road, but seems to be well cared for. It was really easy to find when I went! :)

Hope that helps you!
-Amanda
Added by Amanda Trill on Oct 06, 2014 11:07 PM
 

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