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Edward Schreiner (#47756233)
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Lillie Riney
RE: Flower Left on Name
Sometimes I leave flowers on graves at random. I am not related to John Lucius Johnson.
Added by Lillie Riney on Aug 07, 2015 8:34 AM
Catie & Will
RE: James Tichenor
I was able to find a small biography of James A Tichenor and entered it on his grave site. Most likely James Tichenor that you are searching for is buried in Sumner cemetery. Many, many stones are missing. Somehow, they end up in the creek. (You wouldn't want to know my opinion of people who mow grass in cemeteries.) Periodically nice people will fish them out and return them to their proper spot. The smaller ones are broken up and can't be fixed.

When James Sr. died people tended to be buried closed to where they lived - so I can only think he might be in Sumner. I did check the records and he wasn't there, but that doesn't mean anything, as the records were a long time getting recorded.

I found a 1850 Federal census with a James Tichenor born in 1783 in Delaware. He was living with Timothy and Rebecca Tichenor and their children in Tipton county. Timothy was born in 1897 in Delaware. Could he have been another son?

Wish that I could help you more,
Sincerely, Catherine (Catie and Will)
Added by Catie & Will on Feb 23, 2014 12:28 PM
 

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