Sleep in Peace.

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Find A Grave ID


As of yesterday, 2-4-2019, through DNA, my G Grandmother now has a proven father, Jonathan Carrier b 1823. DNA is amazing, I have looked for the answer to this for 35 years. It is now solved. Rest in peace in your unmarked bed.

For those who lie in unmarked graves, we remember you. From a hundred years past, and many more, we know your story and your name. You are forever in our hearts.

The unmarked graves and unknown graves have few flowers, I would appreciate any flowers you would leave for them. My G.Grandmother and GG Grandmother both lie in unmarked grave's in Bristol, Tn. I would appreciate flower's for there unmarked graves. Most of the unknown graves are casualty's of the Civil War. Grandmother's who I never met, but were told so many stories of them. Thank you.

I have been researching my family's genealogy since 1986 off and on, mostly on. I am an addict of genealogy and my family history on both my parents side of the family. I have found so many of my past family members graves on Find a Grave, thank you for the site and all who post here.

Both sides of my family to came Virginia and Tennessee in the very early 1700's, they were the strong military members in the Revolutionary War and he Civil War. Many of my predecessors fought in these two wars and all those that came to pass. I have found many of my forgathers on Find a Grave, thank you to all who have contributed to the site.

I am searching for my Mothers family for Weaver, Woods, Perry, Richards, Arrants, Deck, Droke, Booher, and many others.

My Fathers family came from Ireland to Virginia in cluding the following families Hunigan (my Maden name), Booher, Phipps, Criner, Shipley, Burton, Bobbit, and many others.

I love old photo's and would love to see any and all you may want to share.

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