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I am adding marker photos for this cemetery that might interest/help in your work.
Added by John on Apr 09, 2015 7:19 AM
|RebeccaSue Daugherty||McCartt Cemetery/Glenmary|
When I added some memorials , could not find Cemetery and knew it was Glenmary , so I added
it. Have found out that there is only one McCartt Cemetery Glenmary, and it is now McCartt Cemetery Robbins. I have already moved my memorials att to their proper cemetery and thought you would like to know, so you could move yours also.
the cemetery information is to important to leave behind so I am coping and paste to each memorial I have in that Cemetery.
Thank you for your time and let me know if you have a question.
My I am on your friends list.
The memorial above is the original memorial for
Emma Evelyn McCartt, just found mine as a duplicate and I am deleting it. You may want to put the picture you had there on the original memorial #. Very sorry for inconvience and thank you for your contribution to Find A Grave
|William H Ward||Peters in Palestine Bapt Ch Cemetery|
I'm from Rio and a Find-A-Grave contributor. When I go home next, I'll get the photos you requested entered. I've recently entered most of the graves in my home church cemetery.
|sheena^78||Re: Annie Cates|
Info corrected. Thank you for letting me know. Have a blessed evening, sstansberry
|Cathy J.||Houston E. Crouch (#51257719)|
Here's the obituary for Houston E. Crouch (#51257719 in Morgan Memorial Gardens) in case you might want to add it to his memorial. Thank you!
"CROUCH, HOUSTON EARL - age 81, of Wartburg, passed away Tuesday morning, July 11, 2000 at The Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. He was born in Burrville, Tennessee on September 13, 1918 and for many years operated The Crouch Small Engine Shop in Wartburg. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Anna Bell Cox Crouch and his only son, Gene Ray Crouch; parents, Thomas O. and Alta Greer Crouch; three brothers, Steve, Maurice and Leland Crouch; sister, Christine Crouch Freels. Surviving: daughters and sons-in-law, Patricia Crouch McGrath and George of Burrville, TN, Elaine Crouch Rose and Fred of Wartburg, TN; brother, Thomas O. Crouch, Jr. of Wartburg; sister, Gleneva Crouch Blakley of Florida; four granddaughters and four grandsons; seventeen great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Burial in Morgan Memorial Gardens, Wartburg. [Morgan County News]"
Added by Cathy J. on Jan 04, 2014 10:06 AM
|Julie Jones||RE: Brown/ hamby family|
You have made my day girl.
Dora Brown Hamby raised my mom (Jeanette & her sister Edna)after the death of my grandmother (Carrie Sherrill Hamby)just a few days after mom's birth.
Dora's son (Joseph Edward Hamby)-my grandfather was just a young man when my grandmother (Carrie died from Toxemia). He chose (unwisely) to live his life without any consideration of his girls. They both suffered for this.
My mom worshiped the ground her grandparents walked on. My grandfather would not allow mom to go to school, so her grandmother taught her everything she knew. I have so many stories.
Let's stay in contact.
Where do you live? I am in Spring Hill, Tn.
|Randall Tompkins||RE: Sarah Ann Tompkins Goad|
I have added the Goad Cemetery and the info that I have. I mentioned that a sister of Sarah Ann's was buried here. It was a sister of her husband that I was thinking about (Elizabeth Goad).
|Randall Tompkins||Sarah Ann Tompkins Goad|
She isn't buried in the Mt Helen Cemetery. She is buried in the Goad Cemetery (which is abandoned and on private property in Armathwaite). There is a headstone that was placed on the grave by one of her grandsons and great grandsons probably in the 1970s. Before that, there was a little house with a metal roof on the grave. One of William Goad's sisters is buried there with a headstone that was still readable the last time I was there(2008). Supposedly, William Goad's mother is also buried there.
|Anna Lane Long||Jacob Barnette's stone|
Jacob Barnette's stone is hard to read. I could make out Jacob & he was between 2 other Barnette's. I didn't have chalk with me Sunday, nor pencil & paper for a rub, just hoped the photo would help me make out more. I made out enough to be confident it's his stone. :-)Wish I'd had bug repellent too :-)
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