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Marolyne (#47236907)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 22 days
Joe Clark # 177517107
Thank you for your message. I have known Joe Clark for almost 30 years. Saw him and his wife Lynda on a weekly basis for most of that time. Was at his visitation last night and will attend his funeral services this morning, the 21st. I have known his full name to be Joseph William Clark also but at the time I made the Find-A-Grave entry I listed his name as his wife Lynda and daughter Karmen had written it for his obituary. I have updated his name to Joseph William Clark. Again, thank you for contacting me.

Added by Rob5380 on Mar 21, 2017 6:17 AM

Richard Mayo
Rebecca Clonch Millican
Memorial# 118737661

I put this in her bio

According to Cindy Millican -- This lady was married when she was 14 years old, but it don't add up if he was born in 1810 she would have been 18 when she married. She moved across the country in a covered wagon with her husband and 2 babies during the time of the Cherokee removal from Tennessee. She devoted her life to keeping house and raising her large family on the frontier in Texas. She died a little early, but was much loved and respected. Thank you, Rebecca, for all you did to bring the Millican line forward during such difficult times, in such a successful way.
- Cindy Millican

Added by Richard Mayo on Oct 01, 2016 11:39 PM

Josie Tabor
It certainly could be the Josie Whiteaker to which you are referring. There were apparently at least two Josie Whiteakers in Tennessee, so I'm not sure. One married a Welch (or Welsh) and I think that she is buried in Putnam County. If you want me to further look into it, let me know. Thanks, LG

Added by LostGeneration on Jan 11, 2016 2:25 PM


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