|Rita McKale||RE: Fred Autinrieb and family|
Please forgive the delay in responding. I do not have any information to add for you and I am not sure why you have asked me. Have I listed some Autenrieb's?
The only Autenrieb I have in my family database is Wihelmine "Minnie", daughter of Jacob and Christina Autenreib, who married Frederick McKale.
Rita in South Carolina
|randy ellis||RE: Ackley|
My 3x great grandmother was a Ackley, Cora Lee Ackley. I would love to share info with you. If you like
|Mary Pinkley||RE: Mabel Atnip|
The guy was new as the caretaker of the cemetery.
He went home and got his book and we stood in the graveyard and looked at it.
That graveyard is about a hour away from me and I will be going back to photograph the entire thing in the fall
|Shane||RE: Pvt Erskine R Chappell|
Glad to be of help. Please use any photo of mine as your own. Holler if you need any help with local obituaries.
Added by Shane on Apr 04, 2016 10:02 PM
|Scott Fender||RE: Mary Olive Surgener|
Thanks for your reply. I will need to gather my research in the next few days and will respond with a stronger recollection of what we gathered. There was only family legend to go on. We tried very diligently to reconnect the Surgener's but the documents were very rare with all the fires in the eastern TN archives.
Talk to you soon... Scott Fender
|Scott Fender||Mary Olive Surgener|
Hi, I just cam across this website today, and I have to apologize I haven't researched Surgener's in about 10 years. Is Mary Olive from NE TN and SW KY area? Hawkins, Greene Co., etc? Julinda isn't a common name and I believe your crew is related to my Julinda Surgener Parker.
Love to connect....Scott
|D Stewart||Stewart/Whitehead Cemetery, Clay Co. KY|
In reply to a note about the possible confusion of the 2 cemeteries (I think there is only one), I have posted photos of the headstones of my GGF Benjamin Stewart and GGGF Thomas Stewart on Find-a-Grave. The oldest homestead in the area was Thomas' and the cemetery probably should be named after his family as his headstone is the oldest and the land was his. Stewart's lived in the same area with much of the same property from about 1810 or so through 1970. My grandfather owned the property in the early 1900's but he is buried about 5 miles away. There may be a cemetery on Spring Creek (which is over the mountain or ridge of hills about 2 miles or so south east). My GM Helton (and GGF and GGM Helton)owned most of Spring Creek 100 years ago.
I propose that the Whitehead and Stewart Cemetery be combined -- perhaps Stewart/Whitehead?
|Paul White||RE: 75762373|
We took a photo of Francis (George Bowen's wife) headstone, also. I will post soon.
|PatOB||RE: William Bingham|
Thanks for your assistance. Pat
Added by PatOB on Aug 21, 2014 9:12 AM
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