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Vicki Brewer Sexton (#46912120)
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Bio Photo Most of my research is in the Tennessee area. Families I am researching are: Hale,Brewer,Sweatt,Williford,
Henderson,Whaley,Housley,
Seals and Choate.Counties of interest are: Cumberland, Hamilton,Bledsoe,Sequatchie and Marion. Please use the edit button to suggest corrections or request transfers of memorials and state your relationship in your request. Thank you so much...


" Are All The Children In "

I think oftimes, as night draws nigh,
Of an old farmhouse on a hill,
Of a yard all wide and blossom-starred
Where the children played at will;
And when the night at last came down,
Hushing the merry din,
Mother would look around and ask,
"Are all the children in?

'This many and many a year since then,
And the old house on the hill
No longer echoes to childrens feet,
And the yard is still........so still;
But I see it all as the shadows creep,
And tho' many the years have been,
Since then I can still hear mother ask,
"Are all the children in?'

I wonder if when the shadows fall
On that last short, earthly day,
When we say good-bye to the world outside,
All tired from our childish play;
When we step out into that Other Land,
Where mother has long since been,
Will we hear her ask, just as of old-
"Are all the children in?"

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Neoma (Cissy) Beaty Walshaw
George W Cox
Thank you for posting this newspaper obituary notice for George W. Cox.

George W. Cox is my 3rd great-grandfather, and I've searched for his Tennessee burial site for many, many years. I am descended through his 4th-born daughter, Laura Amanda Cox Youngblood, who was my maternal g-g-grandmother. Laura moved to Panola County, Texas in 1884, with her husband and four young children. George's widow, Tabitha, also moved to Panola County, Texas sometime after 1910 (when she was 81 years old), and she was buried there in 1922.

Do you know the source of this newspaper obituary notice for George?

Also, I see that his burial place is listed as "Presbyterian graveyard, Jasper." Do you know if this cemetery is still in existence? Is it connected with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Jasper, TN?

I've searched Marion County, TN cemeteries on the internet in an attempt to locate this one, but I've had no success to date. I suspect that I need to know the actual name of the "Presbyterian graveyard in Jasper," as it was known in 1899.

I'm coming to the Jasper/South Pittsburgh/Sweeden's Cove area next month (October 2015) to do further family history research on my Cox, Raulston and Youngblood ancestors from Tennessee.

Any information that you can share with me regarding the actual cemetery name where George W Cox is buried, or the source of the newspaper obituary which you so kindly posted here, will be very greatly appreciated.

Thank you again for your contribution of this newspaper obituary - it was an absolutely tremendous gift for me, and it couldn't have come at any better time!

Kind regards,

Neoma (Cissy) Walshaw
Tulsa, OK
walshaw2@cox.net

Added by Neoma (Cissy) Beaty Walsh... on Sep 03, 2015 9:20 AM
Nancy Garbero
Thank you!
Thank you so much for transferring Beulah Cooke's site to me. Crazy, all their family records, city directories, all read Cooke as their last name! and her husband Charles Louis Cooke went by Louis or Charles. I put his details after her obituary I posted on her site.

Thank you,

Nancy Garbero
Added by Nancy Garbero on Aug 31, 2015 9:44 AM
Hamilton Smith
Mary Tittle
There are two Mary Tittles in the Tittle Cemetery. I believe this one is a duplicate - can you double check your records?

I am a Cannon County descendant and Mary Elizabeth Nabors Tittle was born in 1852 and died in 1926.

She married George Washington Tittle born to David F. Tittle b. 12 Nov 1817 Warren Co. (now Cannon) and Margaret Nabors b. 04 Mar 1822. Margaret attended Lookout Valley Primitive Baptist Church. Her dad was Benjamin Nabors and her mom was Mary V. Sullivan.

Barbara Smith Dunn
-granddaughter of Maudie Virginia Tittle Smith b. to Samuel C. Tittle who married Sarah A. Lance b. to William Lance and Sarah A. Miller.
Added by Hamilton Smith on Aug 30, 2015 12:40 PM
Vic Robertson
RE: Temperance Lewis Smith
I'm not concluding anything about it's truth. But if it is true, I'd like to know as she is one of my ancestors. I just don't add anything to my tree without documentation or at least a constellation of circumstantial evidence. Just because someone says a relationship exists isn't good enough. On Ancestry.com there are many many untrue "viruses" that spread.
Added by Vic Robertson on Aug 26, 2015 4:33 PM
Vic Robertson
Temperance Lewis Smith
Hi Vicki, do you have any documentation that Temperance's father was Barnet Smith? Thank you!

Vic Robertson
Added by Vic Robertson on Aug 21, 2015 10:48 PM
Rita Collvins Mayfield
Cedar Creek
Hi Vicki,
Thanks so much for all the work on Cedar Creek. I know I had a lot of edits from the photos I posted, and I appreciate you taking the time to do them.

Best Regards,
Rita
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Aug 10, 2015 6:51 PM
ronald flynn
Milton Seals
Vickie sorry to bother you but on my uncle Milton Seals there is an obit on his site that is not his obit this obit is from a recent passing of Robert Seals from McMinnville Tn are there anyway that this can be taken off we have Uncle Milton parents John Seals and Sussie Seals his wife Oma Lee Mills Seals and his two sons Everett Seals and Milton Dwight Seals and his siblings he is buried at Cagle Mt Pleasant Cemetery in Dunlap tn thank you so much
Added by ronald flynn on Jul 30, 2015 2:14 PM
Scout731
Ann & John Whaley
Transferred thank you for your willingness to maintain these folks.... Jon
Added by Scout731 on Jul 26, 2015 4:12 PM
Scout731
Ann Whaley
P. S.
just an aside I have no problem transferring the Whaley memorials to you if you so desire...
Added by Scout731 on Jul 26, 2015 3:53 PM
Scout731
Ann Whaley
I appreciate your work... we all do the best we can with what we have in my opinion.... Dates that reflect unknown to me only give a threaf of information, you will see that what has been enter if you recheck birth and death dates are provided...as a duplicate what I have entered reflects more information than unknown, that being the case I feel that removing what I have to reflect someone with and unknown B and D as well as place of b and d would not be appropriate....thank you for your help...
Added by Scout731 on Jul 26, 2015 3:52 PM
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