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Kelly (#47520278)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 27 days
TheBlueJar
John William McCarty
thanks so much for the photo!
Blue

Added by TheBlueJar on Jan 30, 2015 2:19 PM

Ray-Judy Adkins
MARTHA KING - BEARDEN CEMETARY
Kelly, Please remove the headstone picture from Martha A. King. I have copied that picture to the correct person.

Thanks,
Judy Hutson
Nashville, TN

Added by Ray-Judy Adkins on Nov 18, 2012 6:55 AM

Darlein Cummings
RE: Location Of Leech Cemetery
Did you ever find Leech Cemetery?

Added by Darlein Cummings on Apr 06, 2012 8:10 AM

Joyce Nance-Woodcock
RE: John Steele
No, I didn't. I sent you an edit on both their memorials. If you have any questions about them, let me know.
Glad you liked the photo; it was a pleasure getting it for you.
Joyce

Added by Joyce Nance-Woodcock on Mar 06, 2012 2:09 PM

Mostly Middle Tennessee
Leech Cemetery
Turn on 47 from the intersection of 48. Leech Cemetery Rd, which isn't marked, is almost directly in between the intersections of Old State Hwy 47. The road will be on the right (if you get to Franklin Rd. turn around.) A large Victorian home sits at the road so it kind of looks like a driveway, but the cemetery is up at the top of the hill well past the house.

Added by Mostly Middle Tennessee on Sep 20, 2011 1:34 PM

Cecil Vaden Jr.
Henry Family
Kelly,
I just wanted to say thanks for your help locating some family members for me. Your work on Find A Grave is very helpful and appreciated. If I can ever do anything for you in the Houston Texas area, just let me know.
Thanks again,
Cecil

Added by Cecil Vaden Jr. on Aug 18, 2011 3:34 PM

Joyce Nance-Woodcock
RE: James Moore
You're very welcome; it was my pleasure.
Yes, I placed the flowers there for the picture so you could see where the headstone is in the area photo. When I began taking volunteer photos I went to the dollar store and bought flowers to place on the graves for the family. I hated to quit doing that but, even at a dollar, it soon became too expensive, as I've done over 700 so far.
I'm glad that you liked the photo. Have a great week.
Joyce

Added by Joyce Nance-Woodcock on Jul 25, 2011 1:38 PM

Cindy Elschide
RE: Mrs Lucretia M Brosseau Kerouac
Lucretia married into my Kerouac line so I did not follow her line and do not know her parents I do not think.
Sorry
Cindy

Added by Cindy Elschide on Jul 23, 2011 8:45 PM

Jennifer
RE: Samuel Tilden Parker Memorial
I'm not sure exactly where the "Mae" reference came into the picture - it's been too long :) It was probably either a census listing or possibly some of the family records put together by a distant cousin of mine/ours back in the 1980s. You may have run across this website before, but if not, another descendant of the Parkers has put together an amazing website with lots of detailed references. Here's the address: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ninamiller/index.htm

Added by Jennifer on Jul 15, 2011 9:06 PM

Joyce Nance-Woodcock
RE: John Moore
You're very welcome; it was my pleasure!
Joyce

Added by Joyce Nance-Woodcock on Jul 13, 2011 3:25 PM

Reart
RE: Louis & Olive Brosseau
No need to. I am not related to anybody in St. Johns Catholic Cemetery.

Added by Reart on Jun 30, 2011 5:43 PM

Reart
RE: Brosseau Family at St Johns Catholic Church Cemetery
Memorial 42602097 would be Mary E. Peterson. I am not sure if Brosseau was her maiden name or if Peterson was her maiden name or if any of these name were a second marriage.

Added by Reart on Jun 30, 2011 3:42 PM

Reart
RE: Brosseau Family at St Johns Catholic Church Cemetery
I went to the Historical Society today to check their records for St. Johns Cemetery. They have photocopies of the 3x5 cards.
Brosseau, Cordelia Sect. 1 Block 1 Lot 9 Register Page 26

Cordelia Brosseau
Cordelia Brosseau Black 2-6-1936
Olive Jane Brosseau 1-22-1944 Wife of Louis Brosseau
Louis Brosseau 4-25-1950
Olive and Louis had a notation "no Marker". I am not sure if these are the death dates or the burial dates.

There was 2 second card
Brosseau, Mary Peterson (buried on Joseph Doyle lot) (Section 1, Block 4, Lot 2)

Brosseau, Mary Peterson 4-8-71

Added by Reart on Jun 30, 2011 3:18 PM

Reart
RE: Brosseau Family at St Johns Catholic Church Cemetery
There are no burials under the church. Patricia Zinn is buried in Lost Spring Cemetery, Memorial# 36848945. I am not sure who is taking care of the cemetery but you could ask the church office if Louis and Olive are buried in the cemetery. If the are then I did not find a marker or overlooked a marker when I took pictures of all the stones.

Added by Reart on Jun 30, 2011 4:38 AM

Jennifer
RE: Samuel Parker
Thanks so much for the family info! Yay :)

Added by Jennifer on Jun 27, 2011 9:41 PM

Jennifer
RE: Samuel Parker
Hi Kelly! Yes, it looks like we're distant relatives :) That particular Samuel Parker (there were at least three in that branch of Parkers, so they must have liked that name!) is my 3rd great-grand-uncle. I didn't know that he was married or had any children - I have only been able to find his birth and death dates so far.

Added by Jennifer on Jun 25, 2011 8:12 PM

William Cole
RE: daniel Nutt at Briar Hill
I found several family trees on Ancestry. The following is what some of them have. It is not documented.
David Nutt 1789-1872 and wife Philinda B Lawrence Nutt 1800-1883 had the following children:
William b 1818-1909
Charles 1820-1907
Mary 1820-1855
Daniel L 1821-1900
Benjamin L 1822-1905
Rosa 1824-
Avis D 1826-1909
Daniel 1827-
Sarah 1829-1865
Helen C 1830-1912
Sarah Ann 1830-1920
Jane 1831-1912
Freeman N 1832-1912
Charles 1832-
Truman 1833-
John N 1834-1913
Susan 1835-1866
Willard L 1837-1839
Albert 1841-1922

There are two sets of twins and several names used over in some cases while an older sibling was still alive so there is some question about the accuracy.

Parents of David 1789-1872 are given as;
David Nutt 1767-1835 and Roxanna 1767-1835 with three children ;
dabvid 1789-1872
Austin a 1800-1887
Polly 1803-????

Grandfather is Robert Nutt 1733 in Scotland-1815 New York

Freeman Nutt married Martha A Rathbone- one child listed was Adelaide M Nutt

Daniel W Nutt 1865-1925 (son of Daniel L) married Luna C Savage and they had at least three children:
Raymond E 1878-1900
Blanche E 1883-
Ethel Edna 1891-1954

I also found some census records. Let me know if you want them.

Added by William Cole on Jun 18, 2011 7:55 AM

William Cole
daniel Nutt at Briar Hill
Kelly;

I don't know if you are aware of it but there is a very nice memorial for Daniel Nutt and family on the same plot. I will put it up tonight or tomorrow. If it is yours I can trabsfer it to you.

Added by William Cole on Jun 16, 2011 5:48 PM

Faith Davenport-Alliss
Cullum Stones
Thank you so much for taking pictures of these head stones for me!

Added by Faith Davenport-Alliss on Jun 13, 2011 10:46 PM

Lee Underwood
RE: Mayne Spicer
Hello Kelly, again thank you,find a grave is very fortunate to have a dedicated volunteer like you.I have put in a request for my grandfathers grave before with no luck.I will go to the web that you suggested and see what I can find and I will check to see if there are other cemeteries in Nosegay. Thank you,Lee

Added by Lee Underwood on Jun 08, 2011 10:02 AM

Lee Underwood
Mayne Spicer
Thank you very much for taking the time to look for my grandfathers grave.Thank you, Lee

Added by Lee Underwood on Jun 07, 2011 10:12 PM

Clint Stone
Thank you
Thank you for the pictures of the Kings at Bearden cemetary. I really appreciate your time.

Thanks,
Clint Stone

Added by Clint Stone on Jun 06, 2011 7:36 AM

Judy Brasfield
Spann
Thank you so much Kelly, for the tombstone phtoto.

Judy

Added by Judy Brasfield on Jun 06, 2011 7:34 AM

Donnita Wicks Singleton
Wicks
Thanks for tsking the Photos of the Wicks , thanks thanks thanks

Added by Donnita Wicks Singleton on Jun 03, 2011 7:32 AM

Autumn
Thank You !
Hi Kelly,
Welcome to Findagrave!
What a nice surprise! Thank you so much for going out and locating the gravesite of Pvt. Thomas Gideon Jarrett and providing the markerstone photo for his memorial page that I have contributed to Find A Grave. It appears you even found some family. Did you have fun? (: I sometimes hesitate about requesting markerstone photos of the Civil War Soldiers as a bit uneasy as if will be found. But since another contributor made the suggestion as the birth year not being 1825, but 1845 instead, I was curious. Did any of the locals of your area mention the date? There was a little age difference between him and his wife, but I suppose that is how it was possible for the children by thier birth years being what they were to have been his? (; It was a bit strange all their stones were alike. Do you think the Civil War record I entered was meant to be his record as serving in the Civil War?
This is so exciting!
Thank you so very much..you made my day..rather night..as just after midnight here in Fl. (:
Enjoy Find A Grave!
`Autumn-

Added by Autumn on Jun 01, 2011 10:38 PM

 
 

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