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Debbie Gilliam (#47128080)
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John Shaver & William wilson
Thanks for the recent Tombstone pitures that you added at Latture Cemetery in Sullivan County, TN. R.J.
Added by R.J. on Apr 07, 2017 8:48 PM
Charles Ford
Christena Cain

Thank you for getting a photo of this headstone. And thanks for the work you put into these memorials.

Added by Charles Ford on Mar 19, 2017 9:49 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
Civil War soldiers
Thanks for your offer of help. I will need all the help with photos that I can get. I have only just begun the work of find soldiers in Hawkins County. And it usually takes about a year to round them all up from the various source documents. I am also a volunteer, so I get reassigned to work up changes in the other 15 counties I have already turned in, as changes become available. So this will take a while. I have made a list of all the soldiers I have found in Hawkins Co on Find A Grave, but at this point I do not know which proof of burial photos need to be taken. I usually turn those in as I complete the paper applications for the registry. So watch for those. Hope this helps
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Mar 18, 2017 8:18 AM
Gay Hobt Morton
John Bowman
Thank you for the proof of burial photo for this Civil war soldier. It will be added to the registry of Civil War graves at the East Tn History Center. This is a huge project and we appreciate your help.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Oct 01, 2016 5:08 PM
V. Case Ford
Photos Witchers and Glovers
Thanks for braving the Bltville Cem. I am seldom there and hoped someone would be going. Appreciate all 4 of the photos for both families. Val
Added by V. Case Ford on Sep 16, 2016 8:15 PM
Don Ort
Aubrey and Frances Galloway Headstone Photos
Good morning Debbie, Thank you so much for the great pictures of Aubrey and Frances Galloway's headstone. I really appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Don Ort on Jan 22, 2016 9:46 AM
Clarence J. DILLION
It is good to hear from a GILLIAM. We really miss Lilburn "Glenn" GILLIAM who as a driving force behind our annual ROLLER reunions held at the Fairview Community Center each September in memorial of JACOB ROLLER and EVE ZIRKLE.
V/r Joe
My grandmother, Ibbie Roller Dillion is buried in Gunning.
Added by Clarence J. DILLION on Aug 24, 2015 9:55 AM
Lost Mountaineer
Houser Bible
I'm guessing someone wrote these entries years later after memory had faded.
1. The Christmas 1898 marriage of George and Sarah is confirmed with records, right?

2. Notice Joe's birthdate originally said October 27, 1899, but a '98' has been drawn over the '99'.

3. The census of Spring 1900 proves Millard was not yet born. He had to have been born March 1901.

4. George's death certificate confirms he died September 1931. But the headstone wasn't purchased until after Sarah died in 1947, so by then the correct year was forgotten and "1930" was etched.

Thanks for sharing!
Added by Lost Mountaineer on Feb 15, 2015 4:17 AM
Lost Mountaineer
Houser brothers
Thank you so much. Wow, I have a very hard time believing that's Millard! In the 1947 reunion pic Millard is almost a head taller than Pete and Bob. Unless they are both standing on something here to make them equal height (which they did sometimes for photos back then). Otherwise my guess would be that's Joe Houser, or a cousin or someone. I wish they'd gotten all the brothers in the picture, even the little ones. And I wish one of the sisters had been holding Lucile. Thanks again, that's really interesting!
Added by Lost Mountaineer on Feb 15, 2015 2:45 AM
Lost Mountaineer
Houser, Andrew (Pete)
Could you tell me how many of the Houser brothers are in your photograph of Andrew as a young man on There are at least two shoulders on either side of him, one being Bob Houser. It appears to have been taken the same day/place as the photo of the three sisters, about 1920. If you have the complete photo could you post it? Thanks.
Added by Lost Mountaineer on Feb 14, 2015 8:41 AM
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