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Tom Childers (#46515204)
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Bio Photo Tom Childers is one of the preachers and an elder for the Finger church of Christ, Finger, McNairy County, TN. He has served as an adjunct teacher and formerly worked as Church Resources Director at Freed-Hardeman University. He is married to Carole Day Childers who works at Freed-Hardeman Unversity, and they have three children and six grandchildren.

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Family Genealogy at Dixie-net.com

Finger TN Church of Christ

Friendsoftherestoration.com

Honoring WWII Veterans (my brother's site)

New Hope Church of Christ

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Beckie Williams
RE: Dr. Allen E. Walker
It looks correct now!
Thanks!

~Beckie~
Added by Beckie Williams on Oct 22, 2014 6:07 PM
Beckie Williams
Dr. Allen E. Walker
Tom,

I appreciate all you do on the study of preachers; however, I believe you mistakenly added a photo of Dr. Allen E. Walker's photo to his father's memorial [#30257179]. Allen's memorial is #30257191. I would appreciate you correcting this. These are my distant cousins.

Sincerely,
~Beckie~
Added by Beckie Williams on Oct 22, 2014 5:16 AM
Joe David
Jane Thornton Osborn Jones
Thank you so much for the transfer of my 4th Great Grandmother. I really do appreciate it.
Joe David
Added by Joe David on Oct 20, 2014 4:20 PM
MrsSidandi
Transfer request
Hi Tom, can you please transfer Daddy's memorial page to my account #47974599? His memorial ID is #31289219 Jimmy Clyde Hill. Thank you so much for the countless hours you've volunteered so we can know and remember our loved ones and ancestors that went before us. Know that you are appreciated beyond measure.

Thank you so much,
Nicki
Added by MrsSidandi on Oct 10, 2014 11:53 PM
Russell Alan Babcock
George Washington DICKSON #51361487
I just saw that you took the Cypress Lawn Cemetery location off of his memorial. Let me know what info/records you may have please.
Russell
Added by Russell Alan Babcock on Oct 03, 2014 12:08 PM
Russell Alan Babcock
George Washington DICKSON #51361487
In speaking with this cemetery, they have no records of his internment. Would you re-verify your records and let me know what you have for this memorial.
Russell
Added by Russell Alan Babcock on Oct 03, 2014 12:05 PM
Sylvia Cox
Mate Robert Warren Bennett
Hello, Tom,
My name is Sylvia Cox, married to Phillip W. Cox, a 3rd great-grandson of Mate Robert Warren Bennett. In his family papers, Phil has a letter written by "Thomas Lee Childers" of Ripley, MS. It outlines the descendants of Mate R.W. Bennett and some further family history. The letter is not dated, but clues indicate it might be circa 1984. I wonder… are the author of the letter? I notices you added a photo to Mateland Robert Bennett's memorial. This is a photo I have not previously seen.
I would very much like to make contact with you.
Thanks for your response.
Added by Sylvia Cox on Sep 25, 2014 8:14 PM
--Human
RE: Bunner
That was fast :)
Added by --Human on Sep 22, 2014 5:41 AM
Cindi Parker
RE: Question
Seems like a split in the Primitive Baptist church there was the beginning of the Enon COC. My 3rd Great grandmother, Nancy Turrentine Rowland, was one of the founders of the Church. Like I said I have always wondered why the left the PB church. Would like to know the congregations where some of those old preachers taught. My grand father, James Henry Rutledge, was a starting member of the Tipplersville COC and was an elder there for many years. I enjoyed going through your cemeteries. Thanks for the reply
Added by Cindi Parker on Sep 20, 2014 8:28 PM
Cindi Parker
Question
My Name is Cindi Parker-Thornton. My maiden name is Rutledge. My family was from Tippah Co. MS. I have been reading the bios of men that were ministers. The bios just say preacher or active in"the church". What church? In what churches did they preach? Thomas Rowland, FB Srygley and J Nunnally are three names that I can remember. I know that my ancestors were Primitive Baptist but moved to COC. I have always wondered why. If you have any input on this I would love to hear it.
Added by Cindi Parker on Sep 20, 2014 6:23 PM
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