|HOWARD NORRIS||CANZADA PRYOR|
My name is Dannie Norris. My grandfather (Woody C. Biggs) was her brother. I knew Leander Pryor, but not Dora. Leander had a sister named Mary Daniel Pryor. She is buried in Mount Zion cemetery in Ashland City (Cheatham County) She was married to Bailey Rediker. They had a Daughter Named Marie Idell Rediker and she had a son named James Ernest McCallister . They are buried in the same cemetery.What can you tell me about Dora.
|nillarita||RE: Flora Pearl Dean request|
Thank you for your assistance Sam. My people in Mt Hope are in my Ooten virtual cemetery. Those found already & those who the memorial was created via the burial information from a death certificate.
|Stacy Humphres||Vinnie Hensley Pryor|
Hi Sam, recently you sent a request for Vinnie's memorial to have "mother of Baby Pryor 10/10/22". I wanted you to know that I put the edit under bio instead of marker transcription since it isn't actually written on the marker. So when you get notice of your edit it will come across as ignored but I just entered it in manually in the bio section instead.
Also, welcome to Findagrave! We are happy to have you!
|nillarita||Flora Pearl Dean request|
I have removed the request. I did not realize the Cem was in such poor condition. This is an infant child & there may not be a grave. I appreciate your efforts on my behalf.
|Lee Ailshie||John & Lou Kirk|
Thanks very much Sam for taking the time out to take photos for me of the grave markers of John and Lou. Your volunteer time is greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the Haskell Fox photo. Linda
|DR||Eunice Bryan McLean and James Erastus McLean|
Thank you so much for the picture of the headstone. Eunice was my Great Grandfathers sister and I don't have any pictures of her. I just recently found out where she was buried. Thank you for providing me with a photo of their headstone!
Added by DR on Mar 11, 2014 9:30 PM
|Thomas Justis||Ivory Bishop Long|
Thank for all your Volunteer pic efforts
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||John Cupp Photo,|
You reported that you had a problem with finding where John Cupp, Memorial # 121428192, was buried in the Mount Hope United Methodist church cemetery.
I created the memorial from the information on John F. Cupp's death certificate. It said that he was to be buried on Jan 19, 1918 at Mt Hope Green Co. I am wondering if their could be another Mt. Hope cemetery in Green Co.
I hope this will help.
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Edit tab|
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