|John & Retta Waggoner (#47083614)|
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Known as The GraveWalkers we have been photographing & transcribing cemeteries for over 15 years. We love old cemeteries and appreciate when information is correctly presented. Find A Grave has been very important in our research.|
We are always happy to help with cemeteries in our area and are pleased for you to use our photos for your family files. You do not have to contact us for permission to use our photos but we would appreciate credit for our effort.
It is our goal to provide a photograph for family members who are not able to travel to our area to view the final resting place of their loved ones. Its about the cemeteries.
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|Lisa Carper-Stott||Shelby Key|
Thanks so much for snapping the photo of my Aunt's stone.
|BF||RE: Green Valley cemetery in Smith Co|
thank you so much!!
Added by BF on Dec 28, 2016 6:34 PM
|BF||Green Valley cemetery in Smith Co|
do you know what cemetery this might be?
Name Harriet Huddleston
Event Type Death
Event Date 04 Mar 1940
Event Place Wilson, Tenn.
Marital Status Widowed
Birth Date 09 Oct 1852
Birthplace Smith, Tenn.
Spouse's Name Jessie Huddleston
Father's Name Baker
Father's Birthplace Smith, Tenn.
Mother's Name Skelton
Mother's Birthplace Smith, Tenn.
Residence Place Wilson Co, Tenn
Cemetery Green Valley
Burial Place Smith County
Burial Date 05 Mar 1940
Added by BF on Dec 27, 2016 10:31 AM
|BF||RE: Albert L. Nichols|
thank you for all you do.
Added by BF on Dec 26, 2016 8:52 AM
|BF||Albert L. Nichols|
Hi - He was a son of Laura Thomas Nichols and Dr. Mathew Nichols of Gordonsville.
Do you know when/where he died?
He was living with his parents and wife in 1910, but his wife, Belle Heflin Nichols, was a widow in 1920. Hope you have a great Christmas.
Added by BF on Dec 23, 2016 1:46 PM
|Daphene Willoughby||RE: Royce Brently Medley # 36559986|
Some of this area is still a mess; did not realize there were two Young cemetery, but I searched in DeKalb I think not specifically Young. Search engine is not the greatest in my opinion.
|BF||RE: Paschal Farm Cemetery ?|
thank you - I added him there.
Added by BF on Nov 21, 2016 8:27 PM
|Joyce Parker||GW Mosley and Mosley Cemetery|
John and Retta,
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of George W Mosley and his wife Eugenia Sloan Mosley. Do you have any current pictures of the whole cemetery? I noticed the description on the cemetery page stated that the cemetery stones were pushed against a fence and the land was used as farm land? A cousin of mine said that she had seen this cemetery years ago and that the stones were on the ground buried in mud and it was used as a pig farm. Do you know anything about this? Would love to hear from you.
|BF||Paschal Farm Cemetery ?|
Hi, Carl Paschal is being buried today in the (per his obit)'Paschal Farm Cemetery'. His farm is located between Brush Creek & Alexandria on old Hwy 53. Do you know which cemetery this actually might be? His parents are buried in the Brush Creek Cemetery.
"87 year old James Carl "Chigger" Paschal of Alexandria died Friday, Nov. 18, 2016 at his residence. He was a Baptist and US Army veteran who served in the Korean War. Mr. Paschal was owner/operator of Paschal Farm Equipment. He was a master beef producer; Tn BQA Producer; a member of the American Gelvieh Association; and American Angus Association. He was a farmer, and loved raising cattle and horses."
Added by BF on Nov 21, 2016 7:53 AM
|charles klingel||Clara Mae Adcock Webb|
Thanks for the photo's for the Webb's.
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