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Chanda Keith (#47022152)
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I'm currently researching my family tree, and one of my big interests is finding photos of the graves of as many of my relatives as I can.
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K. Nelson ❦❀
Judith Sue Nichols
Since you are related to Judith Sue Nichols #179057167, I transferred her memorial to you. Hope you can learn more about Judith.

K. Nelson
Added by K. Nelson ❦❀... on Sep 10, 2017 8:27 PM
K. Nelson ❦❀
Judith Sue Nichols
I am not related to Judith Sue Nichols. Are you related to her?

Added by K. Nelson ❦❀... on Sep 09, 2017 6:02 PM
Bobby J. Chamberlain
RE: Jeremiah David Chamberlain
I'm not sure about the origin of Thompson Chamberlain's first name, but I think it may come through his mother, Margaret Carmichael. She was the daughter of Daniel Carmichael and Mary Eaton, of Cumberland (later Mifflin) Co., PA. Daniel left home to fight in the Revolution in late 1777. Apparently within weeks, he became seriously ill and died of the illness before the year was out. Mary, his wife, married a James Thompson in PA and, within several years, the couple moved south, ending up in East TN, where daughter Margaret married Jeremiah Chamberlain in 1787. The area where they lived became Grainger Co. James and Mary (Eaton Carmichael) Thompson died there in the early 1800s. Ninian was the eldest son of Jeremiah and Margaret, the second son was Daniel C., and the third was Thompson.
Added by Bobby J. Chamberlain on Feb 12, 2013 4:26 PM
Bobby J. Chamberlain
RE: Jeremiah David Chamberlain

I think I got the photos of Jeremiah D. and Elsie a number of years ago from someone in the Chamberlain family, a researcher. I don't recall who it was that made them available.

Added by Bobby J. Chamberlain on Feb 12, 2013 3:37 PM
Bobby J. Chamberlain
RE: Jeremiah David Chamberlain
Chanda, I'm a descendant of James Chamberlain and his wife, Sarah Barton. James was the younger brother of Andrew Chamberlain, the first husband of Mary Cardwell Chamberlain Tate. (Both Andrew and James were sons of Jeremiah Chamberlain, 1740-1829, and Margaret Carmichael, 1765-1821, of Grainger Co., TN) James and Sarah moved to MO and later on to TX before the Civil War. I was brought up in CA, but have lived in PA for almost 30 yrs. Bob
Added by Bobby J. Chamberlain on Feb 07, 2013 5:05 PM
David Trentham
Ogle Descendants
Hi Chanda,

I just thought I would stop in and introduce myself. I'm David Trentham. I noticed on the White Oak Flats listings that you said you were descended from Thomas J. Ogle (1784-1862) and his mother Martha Huskey Ogle (1756-1826). I am too! They are my 3rd and 4th greats grandparents. So, I suppose that makes us cousins somewhere down the line! I have researched the Ogles extensively going back to when they came over from France with William the Conqueror for the Battle of Hastings. The peculiar thing is that they seem to directly connect with alot of the medieval royal families of Europe. Anyway, sorry to bore you with all that...hope you are having a great day!

Added by David Trentham on Jun 30, 2010 7:17 PM
Rita Collvins Mayfield
I don't really know of any place that would give you information, but if you will email Pat Spoat who is the person who placed the cemetery online, she might could tell you something. She lives in Houston but grew up and lived in Hobart for a number of years and knows a really lot of folks who are in the cemetery. It would be worth a try.
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Oct 18, 2008 1:14 PM
Rita Collvins Mayfield
Amanda Tate
Edward H and Amanda are together behind the large Tate stone. Edward Clark and Helen are there also as well as Tonya.
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Oct 18, 2008 6:28 AM
Rita Collvins Mayfield

You are quite welcome! I will be adding more Tates later today. I tried to get them all while I was there in case they were other relatives.
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Oct 18, 2008 6:13 AM
B Long
Emeline Lane
Chanda, I have added a photo of your ggggrandmother Emeline Lane's tombstone. It is a very nice marker.

Happy Genealogy Hunting
Added by B Long on Sep 22, 2008 6:43 PM
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