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My real name is June. I have been doing family genealogy since about 2000. I have a massive amount of information of my ancestors as well as my husband's. Knowing how difficult it is to find dates and places where people died and are buried, I'm certain I've contributed to helping others trace their own ancestors by recording information of local cemeteries and actually, cemeteries in other states.
If you should see a discrepancy as a tombstone picture is attached and there is nothing in the Bio, please notify me as I'm not notified when tombstone pictures are added.
I have learned over the years that it is best to match the memorial name to the tombstone name; therefore, preventing duplicates and "Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information from around the world as a virtual cemetery experience."
If other information is known such as the full name, multiple spouses, etc., that information is listed in the Bio. Also, if it is an unmarked grave, that is also listed in the Bio.
If we all share our information collected through the years, researching family ancestors would definitely be much easier.
Should you find a need to revise a record, such as Maiden Name, Bio, etc., on any records I've inputted, please do not hesitate to contact me. I research, so more than likely, I'll have more information to pass on to you if you contact me by e-mail. Suggestion submissions requesting transfers of memorials will be ignored (e-mail only please).
I think this site is a great way to share information and I just hope more people take advantage of it!
Fairview Cemetery, Dyersb...
Fairview Cemetery, Newber...
Hickory Flat Cemetery, Ce...
Hopewell Cemetery, Lavini...
New Bethel Cemetery, Ceda...
New Liberty Cemetery, Ced...
Old Woodard Cemetery
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|Shirley Stewart Milford||Jacob Hosea Preslar - Fairview Cemetery|
June, Thanks for the information that Jacob Hosea Preslar is not in the Fairview Cemetery transciption, which is what the cemetery office uses for burial locations. I will note this on his memorial since his death certificate says he was to buried in Fairview.
|JD Gilkey||Martha Louise Layman|
What information is in conflict with yours? Please be specific, and not reject updates because of a general reason.
Thank you, JD Gilkey
btw I have been doing my family history since 1961, and our family has a book published on our history going back to Scotland in the 1400's.
|Amy B.||Roella Pearman!!|
Thank you so much for having my great great aunt on the site!! And a picture now too!! I am totally overjoyed! Thank you!!
Added by Amy B. on Nov 12, 2015 12:08 AM
|wayne chamberlain||Wilson Todd --154606600|
Thank you June- Hope you are doing well- Wayne
|Virginia Keefer||Husband's name ?|
I am related to line of Crawford Lafayette White b 10 May 1857 prob Giles Co but definitely TN. I have no date of death. His wife on censuses is listed as M -ary? Elizabeth Williams born 25 June 1863 TN, died 7 May 1900 Henderson, TN.
I note her children are listed as;
Lillie , married Barthomew,1896-1968
Sarah?/ Sally , md Sykes, 1892-1976
Lelah M. ,md Todd, 1892-1976
Myrtle, md Parsons, 1893-1976
Clay Ular , md Campbell?, or 3rd mid name?,1895-1981
William Herman -1892-1982
JOHN HUBERT 1898-1899 ????? Jr
I have no record of a second marriage but??
The dates are right for a second husband J. H. White 1861-1957.
Just so we get this straight for records.
I just heard from a man named James White of Columbia, TN who states he is a great grandson of Crawford Lafayette White. firstname.lastname@example.org
|David R. Williams||Personal E-mail|
Please Check Your Personal E-mail Miss June, You're about to receive one from me.
Thanks for letting me know that the memorial that the memorial that I had created for Janie Douglas was a duplicate. I have deleted mine. Thank you for the work you do for findagrave. PPC
Added by PPC on Sep 20, 2015 8:52 PM
|Jamie Studdard Jones||95551110 Nathaniel C Corley|
Rather than leaving a note on his memorial, I thought I'd leave a message.
Nathaniel C. Corley's dad was Nathaniel Corley, son of George Corley. His mother was Anna Corley, daughter of Robert Corley (b. 1791). Robert Corley is the son of Sallathiel Corley (b. abt 1766).
I do not have birthdates or date of passing for Nathaniel's parents but I thought perhaps this would be of some use to others who are searching the Corley line.
|G-Man||Eli H Barr|
I checked several sources on-line and can find no reference to Eli other than the Tennessee unit you referenced. Here is a brief history of the 51st:
The Fifty-first Tennessee (Confederate) Regiment was organized at Henderson Station, Madison County, Tenn., Dec. 1861, and sworn into service January 2, 1862, with eight companies, four from Shelby and Tipton Counties, and four from Madison and Henderson Counties. It was first commanded by Col. Bartlett M. Browder. It participated in the siege of Forts Henry (Feb. 6, '62) and Donelson (Feb. '16, '62), at which time it was only a battalion, and at the latter battle was assigned to artillery service, and consisted of only about sixty effective men. Col. Browder and part of the battalion were captured, but the lieutenant-colonel, John Chester, gathered the remainder together and with two other companies from Madison and Tipton, reorganized and moved to Corinth doing provost duty during the battle of Shiloh, though some of the men served with the Fifty-second Tennessee during the battle (Apr 6-7, '62). After the battle it was then consolidated with the Fifty-second, with John Chester, colonel (Apr 25, '62), renamed the 51st Tennessee Infantry Regmt Consolidated. April 27, 1863, the consolidation was declared illegal and the separate regiments were reconstituted. Both regiments, however, were field consolidated from 1863 to '65 and served together for the remainder of the war and known as the 51st Tenn Consolidated or 51st/52nd Tenn.
There was a major skirmish at Bridgeport, Alabama, on 4/29/1862, although I can find no indication the 51st was involved. Bridgeport is in the extreme NE corner of Alabama, bordering on Tennessee & Georgia.
Added by G-Man on Sep 18, 2015 9:25 PM
|Stan Miller||Rebecca Milan (Milam)|
Wow, that is some great investigating into Rebecca's info.
Thank you again for updating her memorial.
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