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Daniel Wyatt (#47241302)
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Bio Photo I am retired and realized I knew very little about my family history. I started researching and got addicted. I found that Find a Grave was a great source for locating lost family members. I have posted many that are not immediate family and will gladly transfer those not in my tree to imediate family members. Much Data is just from stones and realize there can be many mistakes. Will make corrections and links when requested. I am no whis so patience is a virtue.
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Peabody
arrasmith
Thanks a bunch appreciate it
Peabody
Added by Peabody on Apr 24, 2017 3:00 PM
Long Black Veil
Don W Cassity
Thanks Daniel, for the dates of birth and death for
Don William Cassity

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Added by Long Black Veil on Apr 21, 2017 4:03 PM
Long Black Veil
David Davis
Daniel,

The only info I have on the David Davis I created a memorial for is listed on his memorial.

I totally agree when cemeteries have the same name they should be listed with numbers like # 1, # 2, etc.

Blessing
Added by Long Black Veil on Apr 21, 2017 11:33 AM
Long Black Veil
Lloyd Dyer Jr
Daniel,

I never looked when I added the mother you sent for Lloyd Jr. Gladys Dyer was Lloyd JR grandmother. I have corrected this mistake.

Blessing
Added by Long Black Veil on Apr 12, 2017 5:45 PM
Peabody
satterfield
This is how forgetful I am
I should have sent the birth and death info.
I'll put it there.
Peabody
Added by Peabody on Apr 09, 2017 7:33 PM
Carolina Grave Hunter
RE: Colliver Family Edits
You are VERY WELCOME!!!😉
Added by Carolina Grave Hunter on Mar 31, 2017 12:29 PM
Peabody
family
Thank-you for the transfer
Peabody
Added by Peabody on Mar 29, 2017 11:49 AM
Ancespiration
Elymas Young
Thank you so kindly, for the memorial transfer.

Nina Young
Added by Ancespiration on Mar 14, 2017 6:42 PM
Melodie
Fleming County
Hi Daniel,
I believe that you and I share many ancestors.
I am wondering if you are near the Fleming County cemetery? If you are, would you be able to ask the staff about the location of my G G Grandparents on your next journey there? Plot location I mean.?

Maude M Jones 1879-1914
George W Jones 1878-1968

If not, no worries. I was just curious.

Thanks,

Melodie
Added by Melodie on Feb 20, 2017 2:44 PM
Bruce Logan
James Logan
Daniel,

Yes, this is the same James Logan that someone says is buried in the Bald Point Cemetery. I have been to the cemetery, even when you could view the stones of Abraham and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix and made a very thorough census of all the stones that I thought might be related to James Logan and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix and did not find any stone for James Logan. I have also been to other cemeteries where James might be buried such as Walnut Grove in Carter Co., KY and found nothing for James. How can anyone say he is buried in any cemetery without a stone or some other record? There were no death records kept in Kentucky until about 1851 so I know there are no death records for a person who died about 1838. Therefor I chose to list James and Caroline's graves as UNKNOWN.

By the way, someone recently told me they had been to Bald Point Cemetery a few years ago and there were no traces of Abraham and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix stones. They were made of sandstone, sometimes called field stones, and they no doubt had eroded away. I regret that I did not take a photo of them specifically, but Fred W. Brown did take a general photo of the cemetery and I was able to recognize the stones when he took the photo.

Bruce E. Logan Jr.
Added by Bruce Logan on Jan 21, 2017 9:47 PM
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