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ScudderSander (#48372269)
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I love history and Sherlock Holmes and have decided that most genealogists probably share those two great loves. We are part historian and part detective! I stand amazed at the rich tapestry of heritage we discover as we delve into the every day lives of our ancestors. We are researching our family tree and are dreaming of the wonderful Family History book we shall print for future generations to look through and learn from. We can't know where we're going if we don't know where we came from... so onward we go, researching!

I am happy to help take photos and/or help with any ancestor that we might share in common! So many cemeteries found in the woods are fun to head out to... watch for ticks, though!

Is an ancestor in your direct line (and not mine) and you would like to maintain that memorial? Let me know! I believe family should maintain family memorials whenever possible and am happy to pass them into your capable hands.

I have such admiration for the many faithful people who have diligently created memorials for so many of our ancestors. They have given us all a great gift... thank you all!


SCUDDER: John Scudder from Strood, Kent, England to Charlestowne, then Barnstable, MA in 1635 and 1639 respectively. Wives: Stoughton, Hamblen, Cobb, Gage, Lewis, Webster, Bearse, Gale, Hill, Bahner, and Sander.

Six generations of the Scudder line stayed in Barnstable, MA, with the last three generations settling in St. Louis, MO.

SANDER: Hermann Sander was born in Germany and moved to OH, then Cairo, IL, and descendants to Pine Bluff, AK and Charleston, S.C. Wives: Wessel, Cohn, Shaw, Blanchard, Scharlock, Scott, Callen, Keenan, and Hammond.

HAMMOND: Lumberton, NC to GA, SC. Wives: Israel, Davis, Woodall, Rosis, Floyd, Miles, and Stevens.

FLOYD: SC; to Bedford Co, TN, Scottsboro, AL. Wives: Rosis, Miles, Stevens, Pearson, Watson, Gowen, Jacocks.

Pearson: PA, VA, SC to TN. Wives: Burgess, Smith, Jecocks, Jones, Watson, and Newsom.

Cunningham: VA to TN. Wives: Scott, Chandler, Robins, and Macon.

Card: Wiliam, MD to TN. Wives: Hughes, Neil, and Holland.

Many of my ancestors lived in and are buried in Bedford and Moore Counties, TN.

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Michael Griffin
Edna Mae Griffin
Hello again,

I forgot to say, she is my paternal grandmother. And I'm doing a family tree.

Thx so much!
Added by Michael Griffin on Aug 20, 2015 3:37 AM
Michael Griffin
Edna Mae Griffin

I know Edna Mae Griffin is buried in Enigma Cemetery, in Enigma,GA on Nashville Tifton Highway. But I'm in AZ, so I can't go there to take a photo of her headstone. I'm gonna give you some info about her, like her birthday and her deathday. So, her birthday is DEC 16, 1922 and her deathday is JUL 25, 1999. I hope you can get a photo of her headstone or if you can't maybe you know someone who can.
Added by Michael Griffin on Aug 20, 2015 3:30 AM
Gail Shrum and Terry Miller
Emma Kleiner Sander Shaw
The cemetery caretaker has no record of Emma Kleiner, Emma Sander, or Emma Shaw at the Holy Rosasry Cemetery in Stuttgart, AR. I also walked the cemetery and did find a Kleiner, Mrs. Helen Kleiner 1878-1960. If you have any further info please contact me at
Terry Miller
Added by Gail Shrum and Terry Mill... on Jun 08, 2015 2:58 PM
Mary Floyd # 25599216
Please tell me where you found the information for Mary. You stated that her initial L. stood for Long. I appreciate the information but would like a source should someone ask. Thank you and God Bless
Added by CJSwann on Oct 04, 2014 11:21 AM
Katie Enevold Flann
Rosis Relation

I noticed you have recently been updating some of

the Rosis memorials. Are you a direct descendant?

I am and I was wondering if we are related.

Added by Katie Enevold Flann on Oct 02, 2014 10:33 AM
Annette Bradford
RE: Lorene Cornelison
Glad I could help. Photographed a number of other Cornelisons while I was out there.

Added by Annette Bradford on Sep 29, 2014 7:32 AM
RE: Keenan and Blanchard
Margie, same to you.

Added by Saratoga on Apr 18, 2014 10:34 AM
RE: Kennan Blanchard memorial transfers
Sorry for the delay in sending them. The Keenan's and Blanchard are in-laws of my family here is Charleston. Many of the Santos' line is linked to Mrs. Keenan with her maiden name of Carroll.

Added by Saratoga on Apr 08, 2014 6:24 PM
RE: Re: Oliver Wendell Holmes Hammond
You're very welcome, I was happy to help. I would have liked to have been able to take the photo but I live in extreme N. Lakeland, so not really close enough but I believe there are several active volunteers in Winter Haven, so they should be able to help you.

Oliver's gravestone appears to be a military marker with the following info: GA, Pvt, Motor Trans Corps, WWI.
Added by mecompton on Apr 06, 2014 5:13 PM
Re: Oliver Wendell Holmes Hammond
Hi Margie

Oliver W. Hammond is buried in Lakeside Memorial Park in Winter Haven next to a Gladis Irene Hammond (28 Jun 1901 - 4 Jan 1994), according to Vol 6 of Polk County Cemeteries, Florida by the Imperial Polk Genealogical Society.

If you assign his memorial to that cemetery and put in a request, hopefully someone will be able to go and take a photograph.

Hope this helps!
Added by mecompton on Apr 06, 2014 4:45 PM
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