|FRW||RE: Della Young Lavinder|
The census record I saw said they lived in Brown Hill which is near or in Ferrum. I am not that familiar with that area. My wife's family is from Franklin county but they are in the Snow Creek and Penhook area. I did see that there is a Young family cemetery listed in Ferrum. Andrew's father was Marshall Young. Andrew may be buried in same cemetery as his father.
Added by FRW on Oct 28, 2016 1:45 PM
I approved the link for Della's daughter, Audrey. I noticed you were unsure where Della was buried so I looked up her death certificate at Ancestry. She is buried in Young Family cemetery in Franklin county with first husband Andrew Young. Andrew died 3/31/1930. You can move her and create a Young family cemetery for Franklin county if it doesn't exist but I don't know where in Franklin county it is. Her second husband, Robert Lavinder has a memorial at find a grave and he is buried in Franklin county as well.
Hope this helps
Added by FRW on Oct 28, 2016 10:12 AM
|imagal49||RE: FaG memorial 7957420|
I've removed Linnie as his Mom - if/when someone comes up with his correct Mother, I'll be glad to add it.
Added by imagal49 on Oct 26, 2016 1:18 PM
|Glenda Barry||Mary Leverich|
I have sent a message to the person who created the memorial for Eva Herring Lemon, to see if she meant mother instead of spouse. I'm waiting to hear from her. I'll let you know when I do.
Let me know if you want Mary transferred over to you. Thanks!
|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Mark Craighead|
Thank you for the correction. I will change it. Thanks Marsha
|Roxanne Kuebler Weathers||Sarah Craighead edit|
Thank you very much Debbie for letting me know the problem with Sarah's birth year:) I appreciate your "heads up" and have made the changes. Keep up the good work:)
|Johnny||Isham Stanton Hudmon|
Edits have been done and I deleted the duplicate. Thank you for the information and catching the duplicate.
Added by Johnny on Jun 30, 2016 2:28 PM
|larry eanes||death certificates|
Debbie, I wouldn't put a lot of stock in death certificates being correct, after all, it is info that someone has provided them, same as a headstone in a cemetery. Hope all is well, Larry
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Richard Disney|
I think you can still get a copy of that book from our Campbell County Historical Society. You'll find them at www.cchstn.org. It's called A History In Stone, Cemeteries Of Campbell County, Tennessee by Dorothy Bruce. My son bought my copy for me about 10 years ago, and I've marked in it, highlighted in it, carried it and folded the corners...it's a treasure. Some of her work isn't correct, but she was the original "Find A Grave-er" in Campbell County and did all her work without the benefit of internet or wi-fi, so my hat is off to her for sure.
The Historical Society also publishes a quarterly newsletter in which the have a query section. You can post a query about any Campbell County ancestors and leave your contact info. If anyone reads your query and has some answers they can fill in some blanks.
I sure hope all this helps. Don't let me forget and this fall/winter I'll go find that headstone and solve the rest of that puzzle.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Richard Disney|
I haven't actually laid eyes on this one. This cemetery is in some woods on the property of a car lot. I talked to the owner about 2 years ago and he said I could try to find the 2 headstones whenever I wanted, but I would have to crawl through some dense vines and underbrush. I thought I might wait until winter when the snakes aren't out and the hornets have fallen asleep for the winter. And I'm not crazy about poison ivy!! LOL This past winter was far to snowy and wet to go crawling around.
The names and dates came from a book published in the 1980's here in Campbell County called History In Stone. The author, Dorothy Bruce, was fairly accurate in her cemetery recording, but I can't swear the dates are exactly what's on the headstones until I can get in to them. She has long since passed away, so I can't verify them with her.
I will try to remember to look for these 2 headstones this coming fall/winter. (Please feel free to remind me!) and we'll see if we can't clear up the mystery.
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