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bc (#47636434)
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Sandy Cline (Littlejohn)
John Paddy Huddleton
Hey Bev,
Do you happen to have a nice clear shot of John Paddy's side of their marker. That one you posted of Miriam's was great! Let me know and I'll delete one of the pictures so you can post a clearer picture.
Added by Sandy Cline (Littlejohn) on Dec 04, 2016 10:44 PM
Benjamin Cunningham #152398306
Hi BC,

I was wondering if you have documentation (ie: death certificate or obituary) that verifies that Benjamin Cunningham is buried here? Do you know Benjamin have a headstone?

I am working on a Daughters of the American Revolution application through Benjamin's dad, Rev Soldier Thomas Cunningham and need documentation for verification.

Thank you in advance for any assistance.


Added by Linda on Sep 22, 2016 8:45 AM
Corine Hardman
The Hardmans
Thanks for taking the headstone photos in Tanner Baptist and Tanner E. U. B. Church cemeteries.

Several years ago someone (I forgot their name) had said they couldn't find headstones but you did.


Added by Corine Hardman on Sep 21, 2016 5:54 PM
Jim Reaser
RE: Wilson cemetery
Hi Beverly - it is good to hear from you again. You are very welcome, my pleasure.

I'm certainly glad you was able to visit the Wilson cemetery. It is an experience in getting there, that's for sure.

Yes, Beverly, you have my permission to use any and all of my material on Find A Grave or, including photos, at any time you desire. It is my desire that everyone interested in family/history preservation can access and use any of the information I may have. I want future generations to have access to local history and then pass it on to their future generations. If this doesn't happen, a lot of local history will soon be buried in the past and be lost forever.

I would be very glad to see any photos you may have of the Wilson's and am glad you want to make them public on Find A Grave.

To my knowledge my brother, Tom, didn't have any actual history publications, other than maybe information that he had submitted to the Gilmer Co. Historical Society.

Regarding John Hill and his wife, Keturah (Cunningham) Hill, it is my opinion they are more than likely buried at the Woodford Farm Cemetery. However, there is no way I can prove that.

Let me know if there is anything I can help you with in that area.

Keep up the good work.

Jim R.

Added by Jim Reaser on May 20, 2016 5:15 AM
RE: Sim McGrady #152611027
Hi... I tried to delete the edit request but they were no longer there. I guess that works :-)
Added by mom2mine on Apr 22, 2016 6:59 PM
Donna White
RE: re:Roland and madge Hewitt
Thanks for the added photos. I did rearrange Madge's photos. donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 08, 2016 7:10 PM
Donna White
re:Roland and madge Hewitt
thanks for adding pics to Roland and Madge Hewitt..can you add the distance pic to Madge? It is a really nice touch.

thanks, donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 04, 2016 6:11 PM
Natalie Smith
Darcas Taylor
Hi, the grave you have listed for Darcas Taylor has an incorrect maiden name. She was born Dorcas Kearns, the daughter of William and Nancy (Hardman) Kearns. (The Kearns last name is often spelled Kerns.) Her first husband was Wallace Cain. That is why the marriage record lists her as "Dorcus Cain". The spelling of the name Dorcas was from her grandmother, Dorcas (Riddle) Hardman. However, very early documents for Dorcas Hardman also sometimes have the spelling as "Darcas". I'm not sure if her other family members have Findagrave memorials to link with her, but I will see if I can find any to suggest.
Added by Natalie Smith on Apr 03, 2016 12:00 PM
RE: Stout-Marshall
Well, your questions led to keeping me busy this am. I found their children, linked them, edited the memorial that was Sarah Eleanor Stout to read Sarah Eleanor Marshall, per your info, and used the death record for death and calculated birth record. Please add the pic of the tombstone. Thanks for your input.

I had taken info from Gilmer County Cemetery Book page 216. Will seek more info on my original Sarah Eleanor Stout. I may have inadvertently typed the name as Stout when it should have been Marshall but am curious where the birth and death info came from.

Added by Toots on Apr 03, 2016 10:56 AM
Donna White
RE: re:Adlia hewitt
I added a Roswell Hewitt in that cemetery if you ever get back there again..not sure about his wife if she is there or not..donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 03, 2016 10:31 AM
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