|Bruce Keller||RE: Marilynn and Daniel Yingst|
|Terry Broberg-Swangin||Marilyn Yingst|
Sorry about the Charles Keller note that appeared on Marilyn's photo request. My computer mouse is not accurate sometimes and I thought I had clicked Charles and had clicked Marilyn instead. Once the comment was there, I didn't know how to remove it. Sorry!
|miss morgan||William & Sarah Hudson|
I am not related to the Hudson's and you are. It sounds like you have a lot of information you would like to add to the memorial.
Would you be interested in taking over management?
|miss morgan||Hudson's/ Dugger Cemetery|
Thank you for the lovely photo of the Hudson's stone in the Dugger Cemetery in Indiana. Your contribution is truly appreciated.
|Debby(chickenlady)Mt. Juliet, TN||Combs cemeteries|
Thank you for posting the photo for Charles Combs 1793-1866. He is my GGG Grandfather. I had searched for his burial site for quite a while and am thrilled to finally see a photo of his stone.
My husband and I took the photos at the Combs Cemetery in Greene County in August of 2010 that are posted on Find-a-Grave. And earlier this year Tony Jeffries was kind enough to search for and find the Combs Cemetery in Monroe County after we had emailed back and forth a few dozen times.
I originally thought that Charles was buried in the Greene County location, but now believe that stone belongs to Charles Combs the son of Aaron Combs and Grandson of Charles, Sr.
Do you have any additional photos that you would be willing to share? I'd be happy to give you my email address if you would be willing to send them to me. I especially would like to have any that you have regarding Charles, Sr. and Abigail Reavis Brassfield Combs.
My lineage comes from Charles oldest son-James McCraw Combs. And my parents both were born and raised in Greene County.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Deborah Combs Daniel
|Sherry Patterson||Kenneth Somerhalter|
Thank you so much for the picture