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Vicki Brewer Sexton (#46912120)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 20 days
Roger Moore
Vickie, I see that you made several entries of gravesites in the Pemberton-Williams Cemetery. I bel
Vickie, in May of 2013 you created several memorials in this cemetery. At least 2 of them I believe are my relatives, William T. Williams may be my great-great grandfather and James Williams may be my great grandfather. I believe most, if not all the others are related.

Can you share where you got the entries for these memorials. Do you have any other information on them. Someone visited the grave yard for me and it is indeed grown over.

Thank you for any help you can give me.

Roger M. Moore

Added by Roger Moore on Apr 07, 2014 3:35 PM

Lana Pendergrass
RE: James Tollett
You have made me very happy. Is so very kind of you.


Added by Lana Pendergrass on Mar 23, 2014 8:37 PM

Lana Pendergrass
Jack Tollett
Thank You so very much of the gift-care if my dads grave.

Added by Lana Pendergrass on Mar 23, 2014 8:24 PM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
Aw, thanks, You're great. I really appreciate it so much. --Thea

Added by Thea on Mar 23, 2014 8:19 AM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
Hey, Vicki, I think it's probably in the Murder, Mayhem, and More section from the looks of other articles like it. I've looked through a bunch of those and haven't found it yet but with luck and a lot of looking I think I probably will. Unfortunately, it's not arranged by date. It goes along chronologically in places and then zip it's into three decades later. If by any chance you happen to remember the section number where you found it, that would be a great help. But, in any event, thanks so much for your help already! --Thea

Added by Thea on Mar 22, 2014 11:38 AM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
Thanks for the link but I have already found the page and the obit doesn't seem to be there either. The only one I see is for a Mrs. Caroline Smith.

Added by Thea on Mar 22, 2014 10:24 AM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
Thanks for the link but I had already looked there and didn't see it. The only Smith on the page is a Mrs. Caroline Smith.

Added by Thea on Mar 22, 2014 10:21 AM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
I don't see any obits on the Marion Co. page on tngenweb. Was it a different Marion Co. page? Could you give me the name or send me a link? Many thanks. --Thea

Added by Thea on Mar 22, 2014 9:12 AM

RE: Cynthia Robinette
Thanks Vicki. I guess you mean the Marion Co. site on I'm going to go there to take a look. If it's a different website you mean, please let me know what it is. Many thanks!

Added by Thea on Mar 22, 2014 9:07 AM

Cynthia Robinette
Vicki, I just saw the obit you posted for Cynthia Robinette Smith. That is fantastic, even though her name is given as Syrilly. Go figure. Could you please let me know what newspaper you got it from and the date of the newspaper so I can get a copy. Many thanks.
--Thea Baker

Added by Thea on Mar 21, 2014 8:46 PM

Harriet W. Berry
RE: Forgiveness in advance?
Thank YOU!! --H

Added by Harriet W. Berry on Mar 21, 2014 5:46 PM

Harriet W. Berry
Forgiveness in advance?
Hi, Vickie. I'm finally posting a bunch of photos for a cemetery we talked about last year, and will be SACing as a result. The good news, however, is that they'll all be of the new, quickie edit variety, since there's nothing but some dates and one name fix. As you know, I'm certainly in no hurry for any of them, and all for making it easy. Many, MANY thanks for adding the cemetery!

Added by Harriet W. Berry on Mar 20, 2014 2:53 PM

JoAnn Lewis
RE: Seals Family
I hope I am not telling you too much that you already know but Pleasant Amos Brewer and his brother William George Russell Brewer married sisters. George married Mary Elizabeth Loyd in 1883 and pleasant Amos married Nancy Emaline(Emma) in 1877. They apparently divorced in the 1890's because she married a man named Elisha C.Henson in 1900 and they had one son Everett C. Henson in 1901. Emma and Pleasant had 10 children prior to their divorce.

Added by JoAnn Lewis on Mar 19, 2014 8:43 PM

JoAnn Lewis
RE: Seals Family

This might be of help if this is the same Pleasant Amos Brewer.
Crossville Chronicle
July 1950
Arthur Akins arrived home last Thursday after having been called to De Queen, Ark. by the passing of his stepfather, Pleasant Amos Brewer, a native and former resident of this county. He was accomplished by his mother, Mrs. Brewer who will spend several weeks here with her son Arthur Akins, and her daughter Mrs. Jane Wyatt, at Stevens Gap. Mrs. George W. Rink, of De Queen , is also a daughter.
Mr. Brewer was born in this county on November 24, 1858; and passed away in his De Queen home on July 3, 1950, having passed the ninety-first milestone in age. He owned and operated a general store here, about 28 years ago, which was located on the present site of the Broadway Service Station. When he sold out two years later, he moved to De Queen. His marriage to the present Mrs. Brewer took place in 1922.
Funeral services were held in the Wilkerson Funeral Chapel in De Queen with Rev. J.M. Hollman, of Gillham, Ark. officiating.Pallbearers were members of the Masonic Lodge of De Queen, where he had been a member for the past 35 years.
Surviving are eight children by a previous marriage; Alice, Alene of Idaho, Laura of Kansas, Bill and Emmett of St. Joseph, Mo., Letha of Ark., W. C. and Ed Brewer of Kansas City, Mo.

Added by JoAnn Lewis on Mar 19, 2014 6:31 PM

Lana Pendergrass
RE: Photos
I enjoy sharing my photos. Most of them are aunts uncles, grandparents or cousins.
Thank you for updating when I suggest. Lana

Added by Lana Pendergrass on Mar 18, 2014 9:24 AM

Lana Pendergrass
RE: Photos
I enjoy sharing my photos. Most of them are aunts uncles, grandparents or cousins.
Thank you for updating when I suggest. Lana

Added by Lana Pendergrass on Mar 18, 2014 9:23 AM

Andrew J Tomlinson
I enjoyed the poem very much and I think I will do something creative with it for Mothers Day. I am researching my husbands "roots" and came across his G Great Grandfathers brother here.In fact we had seen his grave there several years ago.I am trying to locate Andrew's mothers grave site (Orpha Carpenter Tomlinson Mason) and perhaps the step Father's grave too, RW Mason. I'm new to this site and hope I am following the proper protocol. Thanks for any info. Be Blessed!

Added by rotogo on Mar 16, 2014 4:55 PM

Teresa Whitmore
Hi Vickie. I'm wondering if Flossie is your grandmother and your mom is Thelma. If so, we are related and I would love to talk with you.

Added by Teresa Whitmore on Mar 14, 2014 8:56 AM

Lana Pendergrass
William Monroe Selby
I added a picture of William Monroe and note under it with his parents and children should you wish to link him with his parents. I was happy to find him. Thank You

Added by Lana Pendergrass on Mar 02, 2014 5:07 PM

Lana Pendergrass
Henry Owen On Oct. 20, 1985 this tomb stone birth date was 1892 and the death date read April 25, 1948. FYI last name on stone read Owenby.

Added by Lana Pendergrass on Feb 27, 2014 7:02 AM

Florence Dent Creasman
I am Claire Chapman. I am the grandaughter, of Florence Dent Creasman. I had that picture, and
wanted the world to know here. She was a great
cook. She was the one that got me to eat my veggies by putting powdered sugar on them.
I am talking about butter beans, and green beans, and pinto beans. I never would eat them at home, and she said that the powder was "magic" and would make me run fast when I was growing up. It worked, and I got rewarded by her allowing me to play the piano. By the time I got to the 8th grade, I decided that I wanted to learn to play. I learned in 1 year to play all of the hymns in the Broadman Hymn Book.
That was something. I played for my church group then, and later on, became able to play before several hundred people. Then, at my college, I played before an entire audience. All because I was allowed to play after I ate my veggies, this
was a reward by this grandmother. How life is, and what motivation we have from our grandmothers.
I want to personally thank you for putting that picture by her info.
She was a great friend. She was a wonderful grandmother, and I called her"Nanny Dent".
She could make a pumpkin pie, and it was outstanding.
I loved it.
That was a reward, too.
I ate everything on my plate at Thanksgiving only to play that upright piano.
My grandmother lived on South Dent Road.
The house is made out of rocks, and it is still standing, and is located above Dent Acres.
I hope that one day, you can see it.
It is on a hill, and this hill has flat hills.
It rises to a big mound, or hill.
It is directly across from what orginally was
Irvin and Loneta Dent's house. They died, and then, their grandaughter, Pam Dent had it.
She sold it.
Take a look at this house. See if you can put that on your
I send my kindest regards.
Thank you for that picture.
I have found all of the Dent family. They came from Yorkshire, England. The Dent family I found , I went all the way back to 1400.
Right now, I am working on the Harper family.
Some of them came from Wilkes County, Georgia.
Some of them came from Albemarle County, Va.
Then, they migrated over to Tennessee.
The Harper family that my grandmother is kin to
is W.C. Harper that married Addie Davidson.
That was her dad. He was married in 1843 in Knox County, Tennessee. He moved to Hamilton County, and raised a large family on the house that is at the intersection of Thrasher and Gann Road.
It is still there, too . It is a while panneled house. It has a garden on the side of the road.
The house has not changed since about 1968.
I have a picture of it, too.
If you know anyone in the whole world that is trying to find the father of William C. Harper
also known as William (Caswell/Caselton) Harper that was born 1816 in Virginia, let them know my home address:
Claire Chapman, granddaughter of Florence [maiden name Harper] Dent[married name first time to Flavis I.(Ira) Dent, and the 2nd marriage to Walter Creasman).
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1315
Perry, Ga. 31069.

Thank you dearly !!!!!
Have a great day in Jesus as we say down here in Perry, Ga when we are talking kindly to someone.
My most genuine regards.
I really do look forward to keeping in touch with you.
I know that life is busy, but if you get a moment in life, please write.
I know that my mailing address is always good.
I hope to hear from you.
Claire Chapman,
retired elementary reading teacher with curvature of the spine, and a whopper basket(several piled high) of osteo-arthritis in my whole body)--
See ya soon!!!!

Added by Claire on Feb 25, 2014 3:30 PM

John McCall
RE: Moses Greer Photo
Will do... thanks

Added by John McCall on Feb 11, 2014 7:27 AM

Crystal Burnham
Marion B Burton and Kittie Moore
They are husband and wife and you have the tombstone on this graveyard but you also have her as the wife of Alfred Burton, who was Marion B Burton's father. That is incorrect.

Added by Crystal Burnham on Feb 09, 2014 3:37 PM

RE: Brownlow Wyatt and Grace Bostain
Thank you very much!

Added by wamiller on Feb 09, 2014 3:16 PM

Brownlow Wyatt and Grace Bostain
I am looking for descendants of Grace (Bostain) Wyatt. Grace's mother, Laura Jane (Floyd) Bostain, was my 3rd great grandfather's sister. I have a picture of Grace's grandparents and would like to share and communicate about the family. Feel free to contact me at:

I look forward to hearing from you.

Wesley Miller

Added by wamiller on Feb 08, 2014 12:47 PM


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