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David Bell (#46986887)
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Bio Photo Lifelong resident of Central Kentucky. Roam area cemeteries in search of info on family tree.
Also, go into Eastern Kentucky in search of "gravehouses" to photograph.
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Thomas Bell aka William Thomas Bell
Hey David, I thought I would tell you, we aren't allowed to add the newspaper clippings. I transcribed most of it for you. I am going to transfer him to you, since he is clearly your family, maybe you can finish transcribing it :)

aka GenealogyGirl

(Let me know if you want any of the rest of this family, if I have them)
Added by GenealogyGirl on Jan 22, 2017 9:34 PM
Thomas Bell 1871-1961
I thought you would like what I found for Thomas, go and check it out.

Take care my friend.
GenealogyGirl (Teresa)
Added by GenealogyGirl on Mar 16, 2015 7:33 PM
T J Bell Cemetery
I need you thoughts on a couple of things.

Wm Franks and Martha Hutchinson were my ggg grandparents and wonder if you could shed any light why they are buried there?

My other ggg grandparents John Robinson and Julia Ann Sechrest grave sites are not known and I am wondering if they could be there also? They died in 1887 and 1894 living in Owen and Grant counties last known in Crossroads in Grant in 1880.

Since Wm Franks was living with his daughter and son in law, Benjamin Gratton and Mary Margaret Franks Robinson in Georgetown at the time of his death and they made the effort to join him with wife back in Owen Co. I would like to believe they would also made a similar effort when John and Julia were buried and their sites would have been marked and could be found.

Thank you for your efforts.
Added by RLee on Jul 20, 2013 8:32 PM
Diane L. Teague Webb
Emily M. Munson m. Jeptha Bell
She is buried in Bradford Munson Family Cemetery on Porter Rd. Scott Co., KY #112373855.
Jeptha Bell buried in T. J. Bell Cemetery Owens Co., KY. They married 15 July 1871 Scott Co., KY.
Diane L. Webb
Added by Diane L. Teague Webb on Jun 30, 2013 11:55 AM
Diane L. Teague Webb
Thomas J. Reed
David please straighten me out on this.
I have a Thomas J. Reed marrying an Eliza Richardson 18 Jan 1876 Scott Co., KY. Was this a first wife or did they make error and should have been Anna E. Nicholson nee Fightmaster?
Please correct me.
Diane L. Webb
Added by Diane L. Teague Webb on Jun 30, 2013 10:44 AM
Diane L. Teague Webb
Thomas J. Reed
Hi David:
You might like to LINK Thomas J. Reed to his
parents Ebenezer Reed and 1/w Harriet Weakly-Weekly of Turkey Foot, Scott Co., KY.
My 4th ggpts were William Munson and Dycey Ann Munson 1798 Turkey Foot, Scott Co., KY. They must have lived near each other because Ebenezer Reeds children married into the Munson's and Sandford Munson widow became the 2nd wife of Ebenezer Reed.
Is Thomas J. Reed and wife Anna buried in Bethany Christian Church Cemetery?
I will ask Genealogygirl to link in Find A
Do you know of anything about a Thomas Bell who surveyed/sold land in Turkey Foot, Scott Co., Ky. around 1798?
Diane L. Webb
Added by Diane L. Teague Webb on Jun 30, 2013 10:10 AM
Happy New Year 2010
I hope that you and your family have a wonderful and prosperous year and that you all have a safe holiday weekend. May you find all of your wishes and dreams coming true in 2010.

Added by GenealogyGirl on Jan 01, 2010 1:03 AM
To you and your family
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and may you find inner peace and joy during the next few weeks and this holiday season.

Added by GenealogyGirl on Dec 24, 2009 10:49 AM
T. J. Bell Cemetery, Owen Co., KY
My husbands ancestors, William Franks and Martha Hutchinson Franks are buried in this cemetery. Do you have ANY idea why they would be buried here in the middle of all those Bells? Are they related to any Bells? Would love to know. When I was there it was a very pretty family cemetery and in cruising the net found where family reunions would be held there periodically, that is wonderful! Thanks for letting me pick your brain-Ann Mefford (
Added by Ann on Jul 25, 2009 8:29 AM
RE: Other Black headstones
Yes, I've notified the woman who created the memorial. It is not mine, but he is part of my family tree. Thanks!
Added by hboll321 on Jul 21, 2009 1:55 PM
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