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|JamesBunchJr||Find A Grave Memorial #25935947 - Joseph King Bunch|
Could you please remove the original photo taken by your grandmother in 2008, as the Eldridge family has buried the cremated remains of Joseph's daughter, Joan Bunch Eldridge , beside him in 2016 (and they replaced the monument, as Joseph's wife was buried in town, alongside her longtime husband).
Thanks for all that your family has done!
|smokymtngal||Millie Hughes Shaw #109902860|
When looking at a close up of the footstone of Mille Shaw I think the dates are different than is put on the memorial. The birth date I think on the stone is 21 Jan 1853 which is the same that is on Millie's Certificate of Death. But the death date on stone looks like 17 Dec 1933 which is closer but not the same as Certificate of Death which is 17 Dec 1932. It might be good to have the additional information of death date on memorial.
I have the death certificate of Millie's daughter that I will be putting the memorial in Mt. Vernon Cemetery. She is not listed as being buried there. I am going to put that there is no stone, but if you ever find one there, please let me know.
Brenda Beasley Branham #47965722
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Elwood Merritt|
Are you by any chance related to Elwood Merritt buried in Mullins Hill Cemetery? I'm looking for who his parents might be.
|Sean and Tara (Zubb) Morrissey||David Chapman|
I noticed that David Chapman was the first white child born in Southern Kentucky south of the Green River. I was wondering if you have a source. Thank you.
|Sue Forshee Cooper||Mary Craft|
Thank you so much for your hard work in collecting the info and photographs from these cemeteries in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky. The Mary Craft buried in Mt. Vernon Cemetery is my Great Great Grandmother and I would like to make some corrections and additions.
Her name was Mary Elizabeth Denton, she married William Nathaniel Craft 29 June 1856 in Dandridge, Jefferson County, Tennessee. All of their 7 children were born in Tennessee, with the last 2 being born in Knox County. They came to Simpson County, Kentucky about 1875 and were divorced in 1879. William Nathaniel Craft moved to Evansville, Indiana, re-married in 1880 and is buried there. He served in Co. "I", 2nd Regt. TN Cavalry (Union)and attained the Rank of Corporal. Mary Craft never re-married. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Sue Forshee Cooper
YOU ARE SO WONDERFUL!!! Thank you so much for taking the time to run out there and get pictures of Isaac and his family for me. I've been waiting for someone to get his picture for a long time. He's one of those mystery uncles who may hold the key to unlocking who everybody was in that branch. Thank you so very much again!
|Carol Hopper Bader||Mary Vineyard|
Thank you very much for taking and sharing the picture of the headstone for Mary Vineyard. We appreciate your time, effort, and talent.
Thank you so much for your added inscription info.
I love keeping accurate records and inscriptions are such a big part of the love and honor and respect we pay to our gone but not forgotten ones.
Many thanks for your continued great work!
|RFB Jenkins 🌸||Dorothy AnnaRee Brown Gumm|
Thank you for the photos and additional information
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