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|J. L. Cobb (#46947837)|
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A special thanks to everyone for visiting and leaving flowers for my parents: James Lee Cobb and Alma Jean Crawford Cobb.|
Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 7APR2012, Kathy.
Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 29May2014, Peggy
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|C. R. Skidmore||RE: Robert Gordon Cobb (#31619273)|
Many thanks for accepting and processing my recently-submitted edit to your memorial for Robert Gordon Cobb. For some reason, I was not notified by Find A Grave that you had done so, as I always have been in such cases, but I checked the memorial and saw that you had. Much appreciated!
C. R. Skidmore
|Cerelle Bolon||22587813 unknown grave|
I have a feeling that this may be the grave of my 3rd great aunt, Mary Jane Butler Starkey, who married Hugh Kerr Starkey #22587794 on 24 July 1844 in Carroll County, Kentucky. She was his first wife, and died about 1866, as by 1867 he was married a second time, and later to a third and fourth wife. Lives were tenuous in those days!
Mary Jane spent most of her married life in a boarding house as Hugh was gone to serve in the Civil War, then re enlisted for another 3 years. The end of his service was in 1865, and shortly thereafter, she had died.
I wish I could put a name to this grave...I know this is not proof, but there once was a grave marker for Hugh. I have been in touch with the writer of this: Starkey Cemetery, Locust, Carroll Co., KY
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Hugh K. Starkey, civil war vet, 56th Illinois Infantry, Company K. DOB apprx.
1821; d. 8-19-1901 in Fultz, Indiana. buried in family cemetary in Locust,
Carroll Co., KY. Has a civil war info gravestone. It's the only gravestone in
the Starkey Family Cemetery. (On the side of an overgrown hill--just discovered
within the last couple years) His daughter, Ida Belle Starkey Dunn, was my
|Retired B. Lady||Carrollton IOOF|
I noticed you have posted a lot of photos in Carrolton IOOF, Do you know if anyone has mowed rows there or posted often since you were there? I'm sort of looking for a new project close by and wondering @ 86% photographed if I should take on this large of a cemetery - Any thoughts? I'm sure my relatives knew yours or possibly even you. I am a former Clifton of the New Liberty-Owenton area. My dad Dave, was a barber in New Lib. Anyway, I would appreciate your thoughts (email@example.com)Pls mention Cemetery or F A G in the subject line so I can find it if it ends up in the junk folder. Thanks, Faye
|Vicki Marsh||Leonard C. Ramey-Carrollton IOOF Cemetery|
How do I correct the information on Find a Grave? This was my grandfather and none of the family listed is correct.
|Todd Moore||RE: New Liberty Church|
Where is the smaller cemetery in relationship to the church? Thanks you so much for the help!
|Todd Moore||New Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery|
Where is this cemetery located? If I google it, it comes up with a different church and cemetery.
New Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery
|Flora ||John Childress Jackson|
John C. Jackson(21 Sept 1796) and James Jackson(25 December 1794) are being mixed up on a lot of records and I am getting them wrong also. According to the Wiliamson County Archives records John and Elizabeth Elam married on the 22 December 1818. I have that he married a Pamelia Collier on 5 November 1822 but that must be a mistake. So the information on this site is correct except for the omission of James, Nancy and Polly that I put in the previous email.
Added by Flora on Jun 29, 2017 3:39 PM
|Flora ||John Childress Jackson|
John Childress Jackson and his brother James Jackson have been mixed up on the memorial 28927676.
John Childress Jackson was married to Pamelia G. Collier 5 November 1822 in Mecklenburg, Virginia and had
Thomas Pierman Jackson 1822-1887
Martha Frances Jackson-1824
Elizabeth Dabney Jackson 1827-1890
Miland Jackson 1833
James Andrew Jackson 1835-1876
Then he married Sarah Thompson and had John, Frances, and Mary.
His brother James( 25 December 1794) is left off of the Francis Marion and Elizabeth Childress Jackson family list along with Nancy (7 September 1799) and
Polly (15 Mar 1798)
James marries Elizabeth Elam 22 December 1818 in Williamson County, Tennessee. I believe Newton, Mollie and Lucretia are hers and James's children.
Added by Flora on Jun 29, 2017 2:11 PM
|Chryse Wayman||Webbers in Carrollton IOOF Cemetery|
Thank you for editing the Memorials for Hazel Lee Smiley Webber and James Edward Webber so rapidly. This family is dear to my family. I grew up with their children.
I appreciate your many contributions here. I wish you the best.
|Robert Dobbie||RE: Arnold Cobb|
Also added his wife Sylvia, who was next to him
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