|JARROTT P. COX||Grave yard Hill|
I be going down there again soon I to want a photo, I may be wrong about them changing the road but that's what I was finding as I tried to get out there seemed like the hill was unreachable. But Iv been away from that area for 46 years only visit now. But if I can get permission I will get photos you can count on that. Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Mar 23, 2015 11:04 PM
|JARROTT P. COX||Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Also known as Grave Yard Mound ,Indian Mound ,Oak Grove, Polters Hill.
Yes it was I that left that note I was so up set when F.A.G. changed the name every obituary Iv run across calls it Graveyard Hill. Some of my relatives are buried there and my uncle took the land owner to court because he discovered he was bull dozing it off, how ever I think the damage had all ready been done, I believe if you went up there now you would not find any clue of a cemetery. I went by there about 6 mouths ago and I believe they have changed the road where you can not even go around the hill to the side its on, and the GPS information someone has put on it takes you to Boycourt Ks. not even close to it. The land owner was ordered to restore it back the way it was but I think I remember my uncle Henry saying He never did ,I think it was a humpty dumpy thing. Thank you Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Mar 23, 2015 8:45 PM
|Sheryl C||Thomas Sammons (#142060688)|
The memorial I made for Thomas Sammons (#64184916) predates the duplicate by 4 years. This more recent memorial should be deleted. I would be glad to add the photo to Tom Sammons memorial (#64184916). Best Regards- Sheryl
Added by Sheryl C on Mar 19, 2015 7:27 AM
|Robin Brent||Sarah Wadill|
Elsie, I've taken the Broadhead name off Sarah's memorial. Is she an ancestor. If she is would you like me to transfer the memorial to you. She is not related to me. Let me know if there is anything else. Robin
Added by Robin Brent on Mar 19, 2015 6:47 AM
I knew you'd be searching more than just waiting.
Added by Stuart Weddle on Mar 16, 2015 6:21 AM
|D. Singleton Shell||merge|
I know Gladys, I'll send her my info and she can add whatever she wants. Her memorial was made earlier than mine, so I'll delete my duplicate after I hear from her. Thanks for letting me know, Darla
Added by D. Singleton Shell on Mar 14, 2015 8:29 PM
|Nichole Shelton Adams Rowland||Wilbur Hardee|
Thanks for pointing out the duplicate on #107921488. I hadn't seen that. I'm trying to contact the other owner. Did you have anyone in Pinewood?
Added by Nichole Shelton Adams Row... on Feb 23, 2015 5:16 PM
|Evelyn Burnett||Narcissa Burnett Huff|
I have tried to add to this subject her parents which are Swan Pritchett Burnett and Caroline Frances Bell Burnett. I get a message that a correction is pending. Can you help me on this?
Added by Evelyn Burnett on Feb 22, 2015 5:51 PM
Chance encounter has been a significant factor in my searches. You are an investment in the future, that might pay off.
Added by Stuart Weddle on Feb 19, 2015 6:56 AM
|Stuart Weddle||two line not one|
There are two groups of Weddle's I've encountered while creating memorials. The John-and-Mary line [my line] and another from Pulaski County, KT & Floyd County, VA. I hear contradictory stories of their origins. One from Germany/Holland the other from England/Scotland. Could it be two separate groups with a similar sounding name that
[“we”] have merged into one line. That merging theory [to me] makes more sense. While you’re searching to untangle the lines……………….see if you can find any evidence to support such a premise.
Added by Stuart Weddle on Feb 18, 2015 3:54 PM
|j niforopulos||Rose M Wadell|
Thanks for pointing out the duplicate memorials.
I've moved all pertinent information over to one memorial and asked Find A Grave to remove the duplicate memorial at Lake Bank Cemetery.
Added by j niforopulos on Feb 15, 2015 1:28 PM
Added by Stuart Weddle on Feb 03, 2015 4:38 PM
|Stuart Weddle||The Weddle Book|
FYI......I purchased a hardcopy [years ago] from Judy Weddle Ward at an address in Iowa. I'm uncertain how to acquire one today. Try an internet search.
Added by Stuart Weddle on Feb 03, 2015 4:19 PM
|Stuart Weddle||Weddle memorials|
Appreciate your kind words. I've taken a few liberties with my creations and would welcome a critique of my research.
For example: Look at #17227917. I made assumptions but attempted to explain them.
Added by Stuart Weddle on Feb 03, 2015 7:31 AM
|Mountain Traveler||More about Caroline Waddle Gray|
I should read all my mail first. Sue Roberts also said this:
William Waddle's mother Caroline Waddle Gray's maiden name was Waddle as is shown on her
death certificate. Now was she a Waddle and married a Waddle or did she have a child out of
wedlock? I don't know. As for the age difference in hers and her husband, John W Gray, John was
younger than Caroline in the 1900 census it list she age as 60 and his as 42. And in the 1910 census
it list them both as living apart but as married. This census has her as 64 and John as 51. Her
headstone has her birth date as 1845 and John's as 1858. So I really don't understand why the
lady would be questioning the age of her son, William which was not her husband, John's son. All
the facts are there.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Jan 31, 2015 7:52 AM
|Mountain Traveler||Answer about Wm. Waddle|
Below is what Sue Roberts told me about William Waddle:
Alice, I check on William Waddle a little closer. His death certificate has his mother
as Caroline Waddle (it ask for mothers maiden name) and it has Unknown father. He
was also the informant on his mother's death certificate. The information on Find A Grave is correct.
This means that Caroline Waddle Gray is his mother.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Jan 31, 2015 7:50 AM
|Mountain Traveler||Eliz. Waddle Morelock 63053315|
Elise, I am going to be absolutely no help at all on this one. Elizabeth being born in 1821 really makes things tough as she is not listed by name on the census back then. Being as she is not related to me (nobody in Greene County TN is)I don't have the answer. The only place I can think of that might be of help would be the genealogy library in town here.
T. Elmer Cox Historical & Genealogical Library
229 N. Main St., Greeneville TN 37745
Phone: 423-638-9866 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
See the Internet for hours they are open, but open after 10 a.m. and closed 3 days.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Jan 31, 2015 7:38 AM
|Mountain Traveler||Caroline Gray 138426087|
I personally cannot correct the parentage of William Waddle. It has to be corrected from William's page which I do not maintain. I have sent your message on to Sue Roberts who is the maintainer. She is also a Gray and hopefully will have the answer.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Jan 30, 2015 7:22 PM
|Grafton Asher||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 5849504|
Hello, sorry so long on reply. I have been out of country for a bit. I would have to visit the cemetery again to get your info. It is only 12 miles from my residence, so I will do my best here soon (unless you already have your info needed).
Added by Grafton Asher on Aug 07, 2014 10:57 AM