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Kim & Daryl (#47110430)
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Don Leuty
Lewis Burton Leuty
Submitted this SAC in January. Apparently it got lost in the shuffle.

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Daughter of Stanton
Born and died in Rhea Co, Tennessee
Added by Don Leuty on May 19, 2013 10:31 PM
Hello, thank you for the pictures of Dentons. It is the Harney's and their relationship to Gilliam's that interests me. Laurie
Added by LRES on May 29, 2011 10:36 PM
Lee Ferguson
RE: LC Ferguson
Possibly distantly related. Is this Capt Lindsay Carson Ferguson s/o John Foster Ferguson & Eleanor Nellie Triplett? If so I am a 2nd cousin 4 times removed. I am also related to one of his wives Sarah Heloise Ferguson.
Added by Lee Ferguson on Apr 14, 2011 8:33 PM
C Wilson
RE: William Perry Blevins ~ Pierce
You're very welcome ...
Added by C Wilson on Mar 10, 2011 6:48 AM
C Wilson
William Perry Blevins ~ Pierce
William Blevins is listed on the inventory of interments at Pierce Cemetery ... which inventory was likely compiled from a physical survey of existing grave markers.

I visited the Pierce Cemetery this week; and I am confident that I found the correct monument, situated along with a coupla' other 'Blevins'; however, it is a large stone and has toppled over ... face down ... off its base. It must weigh 2000#; and I couldn't flip it over to confirm the transcription.

So ... I'm going to claim your photo request and post a photo. If you decide you want it removed from the memorial, just say so; and I'll pull it off.
Added by C Wilson on Jan 22, 2011 7:50 AM
RE: Wyrick Photo's
Sure. If I remember correctly, the graves are toward the back left area of the cemetery, among the older grave sites near the top of the hill.
Added by Chuck on Oct 03, 2009 10:34 PM
Obed. Clay "French"
Ah ha. I am slow. Now I have the wife looking over my shoulder and she is related to you. I am sure more is to come. Hopefully we will be back in touch next week.
Best to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Aug 11, 2009 7:26 PM
Birchlawn in Giles County, Va.
Well, take I-81 north from I-40 in East Tenn. to Va. Stop at welcome center get a map and head up I-81 to near Radford, exit 98, is Highway 100, and you take it to Pearsburg. Go to courthouse and then head out of town (easterly direction) toward Highway 460. Cemetery is on the right, can't miss it. The map is also on Find A Grave. Has been several years since we visited that cemetery.
We are leaving in the morning and out of contact, sorry. Happy researching and happy hunting, Bud
I live in Ga, and moved here from Roane County, Tenn., 21 years ago. How come you asked me?
Added by Bud on Aug 11, 2009 7:22 PM
Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: Directions
Kim & Daryl, That is just wonderful and I am so glad that you wrote to tell me. This is why I add names, day after day, so that loved ones are remembered. Please do leave flowers on their page, stating your relationship within the message. That helps others to find you, if they are looking for the same relative. Please also add any pictures you might have. Again, thank you for letting me know you found the cemetery and the graves you were looking for. Judy
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 04, 2009 7:36 PM
Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: Mount Carmel Cemetery Direction
Kim, Yes, I can. Travel to South Pittsburg, Tn. and go through town. Continue on the main street through town until you pass the Alabama line sign. You will be on a fairly new highway now. Turn right on the first road and almost immediately turn left. There will be a newer old looking house with a huge barn on your right, (my elderly cousin lives there) when you first turn right off the highway. Continue for several miles after the left turn. When you reach a T, turn right and you will see the cemetery. It is fairly well kept, but is hilly and pretty large. There is no one to tell you where the graves are, so you will have to look on your own. Best to take a pick mattock as some marker have sunk - some have sunk a good bit or need some attention. Take water to drink, as it is a ways to town. Hope this helps. Judy
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 03, 2009 8:51 PM
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