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BLB (#46884302)
 member for 10 years, 2 months, 17 days
cahills3
Waymon Boyd
Buck Boyd is my great uncle. My grandfather was Terry B. Boyd.

I wonder if you would mind transferring his obituary post (#35945334) to my management?

Thank you.

Added by cahills3 on Nov 28, 2016 12:49 PM

Carol Bentley
Sarah Cothran Noles
BLB
Sarah Cothran Noles is my great Aunt. Would you mind transferring her to me.

I would sure appreciate it.

There is a mess with the Cothran last name. After W.C. Cothron buried his first wife, he changed the spelling of his last name to Cothran. That is why all his children in Landrum spell their name Cothran. Somehow This needs to be fixed somehow. Any suggestions?

Added by Carol Bentley on Oct 31, 2016 2:56 PM

Terri (Haupt) Huizenga
Alice Bishop Napper
I noticed That you have Alice as the child of Thomas and Elizabeth Babbington. According to family research by Paul Bishop she is the daughter of Thomas and his 2nd wife Rhosalinda Parker. They were married in Detroit 10 Nov 1846. Your ascertion that she is the daughter of Elizabeth may make sense if she died shortly thereafter and then he married Rhosalinda. Do you have any other information about this birth? Thanks for your research. Terri Huizenga

Added by Terri (Haupt) Huizenga on Jan 30, 2016 10:49 AM

Linda Monticelli
RE: Louell Lamb Lovett
BLB, I don't believe that there is a Memorial for Lowery's first wife Martha Elizabeth (nee Lamb) Lamb. Linda Lamb Monticelli

Added by Linda Monticelli on May 23, 2014 9:46 AM

Linda Monticelli
Louell Lamb Lovett
Hello BLB, here is a little additional info on Louella Lamb Lovett if you might like to add it to her memorial page.

Louella Lamb, born Sept. 24, 1881 Marshall County, Kentucky, was the daughter of Lowery Bishop Lamb and Martha Elizabeth Lamb (daughter of Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth M. Potts) and wife of Lee J. Lovett.Lowery Bishop Lamb and Martha Elizabeth (Bettie) Lamb were married Dec. 20, 1880 in Marshall County, Kentucky. Martha Elizabeth (nee Lamb) Lamb died about 1883 and Lowery Bishop Lamb married a second time to Minnie T. Lamb, a sister of his first wife, Martha Elizabeth Lamb. Lowery and Minnie were married Oct. 5, 1884 in Obion County, Tennessee.

Linda Lamb Monticelli

Added by Linda Monticelli on May 14, 2014 7:59 AM

Melvin Doss
RE: John Crockett Lane
You're more than welcome. I'll be happy to transfer his grave marker to you if you want to control it.
I'm just a picture taker and have no interest in controlling family markers. I did take pictures of all markers in the cemetery. You might want to go look at other markers. The GPS location of the cemetery is N36.85283, W088.03879. If you go to the Land Between The Lakes website (LBL.org) find their Recreation Map and look on the right side of the National Park near the middle of the land mass and find "Energy Lake". Just left of the left end of Energy Lake you'll find the Ferguson Spring Cemetery where your G-G-Grandfather is buried.

Added by Melvin Doss on Sep 19, 2013 11:22 PM

Freeman
RE: Virtual Cemetery - Bean
Hi it's a small world! Rev. Bean (my mother's brother) did have a church in Warren. So that is probably him. They lived up north for awhile and moved to Alabama to be closer to his wife's family. He got cancer and couldn't beat it. Mamye Judd (the memorial you created) is his mother's sister. His mother's name was Myrtie Bean, she is buried right above Mamye in Memorial Gardens - East. They went to Mitchel's church too, and probably knew your relatives. God Bless you and your family. J Freeman Hoberg

Added by Freeman on May 22, 2013 8:03 PM

Penny
Noles Family
I am doing research into my family on my dad's side and am amazed at all the information you have discovered in the Noles family. My great grandparents were Wallace and Alma Noles from Gilbertsville. Do you have a family tree including the Noles on Ancestry.com? If so, I would love to check it out.

Added by Penny on Jan 26, 2013 10:52 PM

Greg Miller
David Mayes
Thanks for the transfer. For years people, including me, thought he was the David May in Company I, 50th Tennessee Infantry, CSA. Then I checked the actual military service record of the David May in the 50th. It just doesn't add up with the ages so much different, etc., plus the record of my David Mayes being taxed by the Federal government just before the younger David May is conscripted in East Tennessee. Check the information I added on the FindAGrave memorial you transferred.

Co. I, 50th TN, CSA
May, David: Pvt.; conscripted 4/10/63 at Conscript Camp (most likely located near Knoxville, TN); on May/June 1863 Muster Roll as absent, sent to Hospital at Jackson, MS; on September/October 1863 Muster Roll as absent, sent to Jackson, MS; although absent, on 1/27/64 Muster Roll as age 20; NFR.

Added by Greg Miller on May 16, 2012 5:53 PM

LPetro
gravestone pic
I added a new pic of the gravestone all cleaned up can you please remove the pic you added

lpetro

Added by LPetro on Aug 25, 2009 2:16 PM

Rosie
RE: Jerome Scalzi
I just noticed the note you added on my Grandfather's memorial regarding the location and condition of his headstone. I owe you a debt of graditude for going over and above a 'simple' photo request! Thank you so very much.

Added by Rosie on Jun 25, 2009 7:25 PM

 
 

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