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Scott McCain (#47564444)
 member for 6 years, 4 days
Judy Carter-Hanson
RE: Haydens in Blunt County
Hi Scott,

I got all my information out of the books published several years ago by Robin Sterling - Blount Coiunty, Alabama Cemeteries Volumes 1, 2, 3.

I don't live in Alabama, nor anywhere close. My family relocated to California in 1930, and are still here.

I will go back and check all of it. The Hayden family is important to me as they are part of my Ancestry.

Thanks ~ Judy

PS: Sorry about the delay in responding, my computer went down and then I was out of state for awhile.

Added by Judy Carter-Hanson on Nov 03, 2014 9:18 AM

Judy Carter-Hanson
RE: Haydens in Blunt County
Are both of the cemeteries in your post in Blount County, Ala.? If they are, I can look them up becacuse I have all three volumes of the Blount County Cemetery books. I'm happy to do it, but because it's a bit of a hassle for me to dig out the books, just let me know where they're supposed to be first...

Best Regards ~ Judy

Added by Judy Carter-Hanson on Oct 16, 2014 9:16 AM

Robert McCain memorial
Transferred to you

Added by Essex on Oct 15, 2014 1:22 PM

Linda Murphy
RE: Hayden's in Blount County
Scott these are two different cemeteries

Added by Linda Murphy on Oct 15, 2014 11:21 AM

Alton Christie
William Allen Wheeler
Hi. You sent me a message about William Allen Wheeler that married Maude McCain. Is this the William Wheeler buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery in Lake City, FL, Memorial # 9905574?

Added by Alton Christie on Jun 06, 2014 8:51 AM

Martha McCaffrey Dobbins
RE: Photo of JL McCain Headstone
you are very welcome. the cemetery is about three miles from my house. Have a good week!

Added by Martha McCaffrey Dobbins on Sep 21, 2011 11:13 PM

Davis E. McCollum
RE: Marietta Confederate Cemetery
You are quite welcome Sir... your family represented The South "All In" with all those brothers enlisted. Great story on the "Yankee" General Otho Strahl on Wiki... died at Battle of Franklin, TN... lay dead on the back porch of Carnton Plantation for days. Regards.

Added by Davis E. McCollum on Sep 07, 2011 2:03 PM


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