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|Richard Arthur Fenner (#46982583)|
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My area of concentration is my Direct Ancestors and the descendants of Captain Arthur Fenner (1619-1703) who was the Patriarch/Immigrant of my Fenner Family who came to America from England in the 1640s. See Fennertree.com|
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Sorry about that-when I first posted it it was in the correct direction but it must have flipped. It's all taken care of. :)
|Andrea Barrett||Aunt Gussie|
Never mind, I found her. She, like my great grandmother, Mary Emma Fenner Hatchett, was the daughter of JOhn B. and Sarah Elizabeth Garver Fenner. They moved to Limestone Co., Alabama in ca. 1880. According to family records,they both died there, but Sarah is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, AL. John is buried in Monroe Cemetery, Tipp City, OH.
|Andrea Barrett||Aunt Gussie|
I am a great-granddaughter of Mary Emma Fenner Hatchett and Robert Lee Hatchett of Limestone Co. Alabama. I hope I can add to the line of cousins. I'm really appreciating all the hard work and research that has been done on this family.
I have one question right now. Who was Aunt Gussie? My grandmother talked so much about her. I inherited an autograph book that was hers. Some entries are dated 1884 and 1885.
Thank you so much, Andrea Lee Fry Phillips Barrett. B.7/11/1943 in Athens, AL
I now live in Mobile, AL
FYI - I had to reject your request to link Veronica Fenner to Albert and Victoria Fenner because her burial card states she was the daughter of H. B. Fenner.
Added by Scott on Aug 22, 2017 6:17 PM
|Gail A||RE: Patty Anderson|
Added by Gail A on Aug 20, 2017 8:44 PM
|Mary Denzinger||RE: Abigail Fenner|
You are very welcome.
|scott zippel||RE: Dorothy Fenner|
You are welcome.
|Cairin L.||Fenner family in Edgewood Cemetery|
There are only 4 tombstones for several individuals; the remainder of section 13; lot 39 is grass.
Other last named individuals are buried in marked graves north, south, and west of this area. None are named Fenner.
East is the road.
|Cairin L.||O C Fenner, jr|
According to cemetery records, he is buried in grave 1 1/2, meaning he's in grave 1, which is only grass. I'll put another pix of the grass from a different angle.
FYI: the Air Force plaque is attached to the back of Clifford Fenner's tombstone
|Cairin L.||Fenner Family burials in Edgewood Cemetery|
Section 13; lot 39
grave 1 1/2 Oscar C. Jr. May 5-May 5, 1819
grave 2 Anna A. b:10-27-1874; d:10-14-1961
grave 3 Clara b:6-2-1896; d: 5-7-1966
grave 3 1/@ Douglas-lived 1 hour-Jan 13, 1977
grave 4 Oscar C. b:10-19-1895; d:3-11-1951
However, tombstone for graves 1 & 2 name
Clifford M 1952-2016 and
Mary Ann 1950
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