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Sue Reneau Damewood (#46976794)
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I live in East Tennessee. My husband and I have been doing genealogy for about 45 years on the Reneau/Reno and Damewood lines and have traveled to many states gathering information on these lines. We have photographed some tombstones on our lines in the East Tennessee area and I have added them to Find-A-Grave. I am not kin to most of the people in Lynnhurst and Greenwood but have photographed and added them to Find-A-Grave as a service to others who are researching their ancestors.

I will handle your suggestions to memorials as I have time.

It is not necessary to send me copies of censuses, death records, etc. Most of the ones I have posted, I do not know.
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Ray Allen Brabston
RE: Oscar Luther Bates
Hi Sue,
So sorry for my "Bad"! Please forgive.
I corrected the edits - Thank you so much for letting me know. You are absolutely correct.

I did this on [2] memorials
Alta Lenora "Bates" Keck
Memorial# 63898226

and her Brother-
William Claude "Dub" Bates Sr.
Memorial# 29759912

Here are their parents----
Father-
Oscar Luther Bates
b. Aug 30, 1891 Grainger County, TN
d. Nov 16, 1972 Knox County, TN
Memorial# 20430559

Mother-
Mae "Bolt" Bates
b. Feb 10, 1893 Loudon, Loudon County, TN
d. Oct 10, 1982 Knox County, TN
Memorial# 20430559

Thank You,
Ray Allen Brabston
My Mother's Family
Added by Ray Allen Brabston on Aug 02, 2015 6:00 PM
Kathryn McKillip Thrift
Maynard Loy
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate all your work as a graver!
Added by Kathryn McKillip Thrift on Jul 16, 2015 7:33 PM
Adra Maxwell-Flowers
Herman Loop
Thank you very much for the transfer of my cousin. I sincerely appreciate it, and you having added him in the first place. Thank you for also maintaining him all this time. Your efforts are not in vain. :)
Added by Adra Maxwell-Flowers on Jun 26, 2015 8:47 AM
Ryan Hodges
Douglas Rouser Mooney
Thank you so much for adding him to find a grave!

He was my Grandfather and I miss him terribly.
He was such a good man.
Added by Ryan Hodges on May 28, 2015 8:17 PM
Wilton Renew
Thank You.
Thank you.Our Family Name Renew is believed to be originally Reneau.
Added by Wilton Renew on May 24, 2015 8:06 PM
minpar
Reneau
If you are a descendant of Hiram Reneau and Dialthia Parrott-Reneau of Jefferson County, Tennessee . .
email me at minpar@comcast.net
Added by minpar on May 03, 2015 5:39 PM
the Ragityman
RE: Lynnhurst
The cemetery is operated by a different management company than when I lived in Knoxville, and they probably are unaware of the cave. The cave, I am certain, was considered an extreme liability, and is probably not discenable today. It is mentioned in a book published by TVA, title, I believe, is simply 'The Caves of Tennessee,' and, as I said, almost all of them are on private property. The bookstores probably won't have it: it is a reference book for geologists and spelunkers, etc. It's what's known as a trade paperback: it's the same format and size as the hardback would be, no pictures on the printed cover, looks like a technical handbook, which is what it is. As I remember, each chapter covers a county, and Knox County contains several, some around Loudon Lake. My uncle knew about the cave. A lot of people did, but there are lots of crazy kids who will do crazy things. I understand why they would close it up, and much as I love a cave, I can't say I wouldn't do the same, had I that liability.
Added by the Ragityman on Apr 17, 2015 1:01 AM
Peggy Cassady Harris
Cassady
Sue, thank you for connecting my grandfather and his siblings to my great grandparents, I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Peggy Cassady Harris on Apr 13, 2015 8:37 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Tinsley, Hill, Jones & extended families
I just want to say thank you and God bless you for your dedication to helping others through Find A Grave. You ARE helping many and greatly so. I started my family journey back in the 80's and at that time travelled to many cemeteries to document my work. Now I am at and age and health issues and am unable to. You and others like you are still making it possible for me to visit cemeteries and grave stones of family. I hope you will not mind my making copies of your photos for my files. I am working on family on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker and hope to leave a lot of info for my loved ones and others to get to know their family heritage. Thank you for helping me out.
May God continue to bless you in your work.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson (emlaw2@att.net)
Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Apr 06, 2015 12:29 PM
Elizabeth Loray
Samson graves
Thanks!
Added by Elizabeth Loray on Mar 23, 2015 7:11 PM
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