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My ancestors (since the 1700's) come from the South - mostly from TN and MS.
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|Vicki Barnett||RE: James A. McMahen|
You are welcome. I am so glad to help someone find a photo that they are looking for. This cemetery was not easy to find. It is off Hillville Road on a one lane gravel road with no signs showing the name. I saw a chain link fence off the road and explored. I got lucky when I saw the headstones. There are not a lot of headstone still standing for the size of the cemetery. I assume there are a lot of unmarked graves.
|Beth H||McMahen pictures|
We have a few pictures that are either Lewis Allen McMahen or his wife's parents based on the type of photograph. I was hoping you might be able to help us identify. They aren't on my ancestry.com tree. Would it be possible for you to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I could email them to you. Any new finds on the McMahen family?
Added by Beth H on May 29, 2014 4:45 PM
|D.K.||Marriage record for John & Annis Hatley Smith|
If anyone is interested, I believe I have come across a copy of the marriage record of John & Annis Hatley Smith. I can email the image to anyone needing it. The license was issued in Franklin County, Indiana on July 14, 1817 by county clerk, Enoch McCarty - and the marriage was performed on July 17, 1817 by Lewis Deweese. Franklin County, Indiana borders Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.
Added by D.K. on Apr 13, 2014 6:11 PM
|Vickie Rush||RE: Ida Lou Smith Peercy|
Yes, Valerie, please send that picture as well and I will see where they fit. Thanks again, Vickie
P.S. Cancer free for four months now. Take care in this cold weather. Vickie
|Vickie Rush||Ida Lou Smith Peercy|
Thank you ever so much for the photo of the marker for Ida Lou Smith Peercy. She is my 2nd cousin 1x removed. I have a picture of her with her grandmother Pheriby Rush Smith who is my great grand aunt. I was having trouble figuring out where Ida was and what happened to her and you helped us tremendously. I would have never been able to obtain this picture of the marker myself. Not only do I live near the Gulf Coast of Alabama and Florida, I am recovering from cancer surgery and could not have handled the drive from here to there and back. Thank you so much for allowing me to continue with my Family History Work. As means of a thank you a candle will be lit and prayers will be said for you and yours. I wish you success in all your endeavors. You have made my day. BLESS YOU! Vickie Rush
|Sherrie Barnes Novak||RE: one marker wrong|
I know the lettering used is hard to make out,R looks like k or b, but in my request I named the person sponsoring the section, if needed I can go back to Franklin & get info again, the 2 Ollie's are in different sections,but not far apart,If u leave Ollie Warren turn right, not sure 1-2 roads on right Ollie & Sadie on left corner lot, big stone says Barnes, also buried beside Sadie is my Aunt Bessie Martin Mangrum,if I can help clear up, please let me know, thank u 4 all u do
|Sherrie Barnes Novak||one marker wrong|
There are (2) Ollie Barnes buried there. Ollie Barnes the grandfather ( Born March 9-1898) Died (Jan 6-1955) also has Military Marker for serving World War 1-also wife Sadie buried next to him. The photo marker for Ollie Warren Barnes is correct Born (Feb 26-1943) (Died March 25-1978) The photo for Ollie the grandfather needs to be deleted & correct photo added as well as Sadie (wife) added
|Bill Powers||Hatcher Family Plot|
Thank you so much for the picture of the headstones for the Hatchers. I could not have done it better if I had done it myself. Bill
|Susan Link||RE: Robinson & Stephens photos @ Mt. Hope Cemetery|
Alexander & Nancy Stephens photos you took for me at Mt. Hope cemetery are still showing up sideways on Find-a-Grave. I thought it was corrected at one point, but now it shows up sideways again on both memorials. I don't mean to bother you, but is there anything on your end you can do to fix it?
You have gone the extra mile! Thank you for going back to the cemetery and trying to find Edward Spencer. I'll have to figure out where he is really buried.
I truly appreciate all you have done for me.
Added by Kay on Aug 29, 2013 10:52 AM
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