|A. Griffin (#46989159)|
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|I have been interested in genealogy for a long time but only started researching after I retired in 1998. Since then, I have spent most of my time searching and documenting our ancestors, as well as helping others. Find A Grave has given me another way to share with family, friends and other researchers.|
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|Martha McKay||RE: Haley|
No Haley's in my tree, not related that I know of.
|Don Green||RE: John William Wilson|
You're very welcome for the photo. Always glad to add a vet.
|Don Green||John William Wilson|
This is actually a duplicate of 72156618. Since most memorials at Green Hills were submitted to Find-A-Grave via a massive spread sheet, they're very flexible in deleting duplicates. I'll fulfill your request and let you work out the memorials.
|Christopher Beard||RE: Elbert Haley/Priscilla Rimes|
Hi. I do not know what you are referring to. I checked and have very little info on these people in my data base. I could not find any document to prove Priscilla's maiden name. I have only seen it listed as Rimes in several Family trees on Ancestry.com. Sorry I can not be of any further help.
|Dstmnstr||RE: Faulkenberry Headstones|
You are welcome.
Added by Dstmnstr on Nov 21, 2013 8:51 PM
|Shermaine Crumbley Jiles||Thomas Jefferson Jiles|
You have the wrong death date on him.
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Martha Hutcheson|
I don't understand what you're trying to tell me regarding Martha, wife of John Meredith Hutcheson. Yes, I know Martha Tyson married his brother, Thomas. But this Martha, whose maiden name I do not know, married John M. I have 5 sons for this couple: John, Enoch, Aaron, James Lewis and Joshua.
Are you a descendent of the Strebeck Family? If not, then I would assume that asking for them to be transferred to a family member would not be a big deal (and would be very appreciate by the family).
Added by Paige on Mar 15, 2013 1:19 PM
Yes, that is how I knew where to look in the cemetery. Do you live close to Limestone County? Maybe you can come a look her up. Best of luck! Chip
Added by chip on Mar 12, 2013 4:55 PM
|chip||RE: Lura Freeman|
There is a Limestone Cemetery book in the Grosebeck Library. Volunteers like us in 1970's and 80's walked the cemeteries and made a record of the people in the cemetery at that time. So I knew who was buried next to her or at least near by. After I cut the grass I found only those who she was near. Whatever was there is gone today. Some people are replacing love ones marker today with small inexpensive marker. Hope that helps. Chip
Added by chip on Mar 12, 2013 3:56 PM
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