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Carolyn Proffitt Winch (#35525646)
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Rebekah K.
Samuel & Sarah Webb Proffitt
Hi Carolyn,
I'm descended from the Proffitt / Norris family members in the Proffitt Cemetery in Jefferson County TN.

Sarah Webb Proffitt 5145607 and 12346096
was married to
Samuel Proffitt 5145604 and 12346081

They both have 2 entries in the Proffitt Cemetery.
Can you link them as married on your entries?
It would be nice if there were way to merge the double records.

Rebekah
Added by Rebekah K. on Nov 29, 2013 12:56 AM
tombstoner
Buel and Berba Proffitt
Hello Caroline, I posted a photo of Buel's grave and also have one of Berba Bessett Proffitt. If you have a memorial for her or would like me to post it with Buel's, I'd be happy to do so!
Added by tombstoner on Feb 02, 2013 6:13 PM
Michael J. Fryman
John Hooper
The memorial page for John Hooper 1759-1852 of Indiana has a biography authored by you and John Intorcio. The creator of the memorial page is the BONZ.

I left a message on his page. Would you read it? I am interested in your sources for John Hooper. Our side of the family calls him "John Hopper". He is a veteran of the American Revolution and the North Carolina Continental Line. He fought at Ninety-six and Eutaw Springs. His first wife was Anna Wilson and second wife was Catherine Piles. There is no third wife mentioned. Most of the children in your biography have the same names as in our family. He died 11/12 March 1852 in Owen county and is buried in the old Zenor Cemetery in Clay County, IN near Bowling Green. My grandmother's sister and her daughter compiled a family history titled THE HOPPERS by Lydia Jane Brothers and Annabelle Toliver. That is my source for our Hopper side of the family. I don't know anything of John's life in Virginia.

I would like to hear from you.

Regards,

Mike



Added by Michael J. Fryman on Nov 30, 2010 6:46 PM
 

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