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Tim Crutchfield (#815)
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Bio Photo I was born in St. Louis, but my parents moved to Cape Girardeau, Missouri when I was two days old and then to Graves County Kentucky when I was 9 months old.(My parents lived and worked at Paradise Friendly Home from 1966-1969) I now live in Dexter, Missouri.
I am the oldest son of the comedian Dennis Crutchfield and Margaret Douthitt (now Gilbert) and have one brother, David, who lives in Lexington, Kentucky.
In April of 2000, I became the youngest elected Alderman in Dexter, Missouri and the second youngest Alderman to ever sit on the Council. (the youngest was appointed, not elected) I also became the first Alderman to be of Native American Descent(I'm 1/8 Cherokee) the first to have a wife of Hispanic descent, and the first elected Republican from my Ward. I was reelected on April 2nd, 2002. I lost in 2004, but was elected again in 2006.
I have been interested in cemeteries since I was a kid and it always bothered my parents who called it a "morbid hobby". It has paid off now, since cemeteries have helped my knowledge of History. Now when I visit a city and find out that they have a cemetery (or cemteries) with famous graves, I go out of my way to see them (and get pictures for Find-a-grave if they are not already posted). I am a cashier at the Wal-Mart in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
I am married to the former Tracy Randel (she was adopted when she was nine years old. Her birth father was Puerto Rican and her mother was of German descent), who, sadly, was in an accident in August 2010 and has been in a coma since then. I have one step-son, Darrin. No transfer requests please. I've run into too many problems with them.
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genealogyjudy
Archibald Campbell FAG Memorial # 8110937
Hi, Tim. I appreciated your bio on this Memorial. However, Alexander Campbell was originally a Presbyterian, like his father, not a Baptist. He did not embrace the Baptist faith until he was in America, then later separated from it because he did not want to belong to any church or religion that had its own dogma and labels, even though he did not believe in infant baptism, as he believed the scripture confirmed. Additionally, if you do further research, you will find that Alexander Campbell did not start any religion, even though it was tagged "Campbellite" by others; in fact, he was adamantly oppposed to labels of any kind other than "Christian". So while others labeled him as starting the "Cambellite" religion, he, in fact, did not and was quite upset by those who tried to label him so. I would appreciate it if you would expand your research and let others know on his Memorial how he felt about it. Genealogyjudy
Added by genealogyjudy on Jan 30, 2016 11:25 AM
genealogyjudy
Archibald Campbell FAG Memorial # 8110937
Hi, Tim. I appreciated your bio on this Memorial. However, Alexander Campbell was originally a Presbyterian, like his father, not a Baptist. He did not embrace the Baptist faith until he was in America, then later separated from it because he did not want to belong to any church or religion that had its own dogma and labels, even though he did not believe in infant baptism, as he believed the scripture confirmed. Additionally, if you do further research, you will find that Alexander Campbell did not start any religion, even though it was tagged "Campbellite" by others; in fact, he was adamantly oppposed to labels of any kind other than "Christian". So while others labeled him as starting the "Cambellite" religion, he, in fact, did not and was quite upset by those who tried to label him so. I would appreciate it if you would expand your research and let others know on his Memorial how he felt about it. Genealogyjudy
Added by genealogyjudy on Jan 30, 2016 11:24 AM
Marie Daniel Jennings
Jessica Nadine Daniel Turner
You have put a s at the end of Daniel. She shares the same great grandfather I have. The name is Daniel.
Added by Marie Daniel Jennings on Dec 20, 2015 7:47 AM
belinda delzer
blanton
Hello Mr. Crutchfield,

I was doing some researched on my family "Blanton" and saw a pic you took of my great, great grandfather headstone in murray ky. He was the patriarch and wanted to know if you have any history of my family to share with me I would be grateful for your help. I just started and learning to use the computer and all this technology. thank you belinda
Added by belinda delzer on Nov 03, 2015 10:42 AM
Diane Darby
Eloise McCarty #20343081
She is not buried in Dexter Cemetery, but in Webb-Sprinkles Cemetery. Thanks Diane
Added by Diane Darby on Oct 13, 2015 6:07 PM
Sheila McCarthy
RE: Alexander Martin FAG #8110762
Thank you. I'll try that. I'm new to this so I could be doing things incorrectly. Apologies if I am!
Cheers,
Sheila
Added by Sheila McCarthy on Sep 19, 2015 3:14 PM
Sheila McCarthy
Alexander Martin FAG #8110762
His siblings were:

1) James Martin b: 1742. Occupation: Colonel Rev. Army http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=67223495

2) Samuel Martin b: 1789 (Sept 9, 1812 Samuel Martin makes his son, Thomas, a partner in his blacksmith business) d: Mar 8, 1813 in Charlotte, NC

3) Thomas Martin b: 1743 in NJ, Princeton grad, teacher in VA, said to be Episcopate minister (see Thomas Martin reference here: http://etcweb.princeton.edu/CampusWWW/Companion/madison_james.html ) (see excerpt from Page 52 of “The Colonial Churches of St. Thomas' Parish Orange County, Virginia: With Notes on Sites in Orange, Greene, and Madison Counties” publ 2008
Added by Sheila McCarthy on Sep 18, 2015 7:00 PM
Bill McKern
Incorrect illustration of Samuel Dana
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7087387

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http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Dana&GSiman=1&GScid=1264880&GRid=6845718&

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http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=d000024

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I believe the illustration you contributed to the page for Congressman Samuel Dana is actually Senator Samuel W. Dana of Connecticut.

If you agree with my analysis, I thought you might want to remove the illustration from the Samuel dana of Massachusetts page.
Added by Bill McKern on Sep 18, 2015 6:06 PM
MJ_MW
William John McConnell
Hi Tim, I am so sorry for your loss, no words could ever offer enough comfort.

I did find an old photo card today for William John McConnell. I did upload a photo of it to his memorial.

I would be happy to mail it to you if you are a relative.

MJ
Added by MJ_MW on Sep 07, 2015 1:33 PM
Susan Luce
RE: Dub Crutchfield
I'm so sorry for your loss. I've been very close to my aunts and uncles and sure miss those who have passed away.

Do you know if he might have documented Dub's children and if so is there someone I might be able to get in touch with?

If you could correspond with me via email I would appreciate it. I believe you have my email address.

Susan
Added by Susan Luce on Aug 10, 2015 6:30 PM
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