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Adrian (#47160208)
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Bio Photo Hello all. I am researching my genealogy for the Tuggles from Whitley County Kentucky and the Reiffs from Butler County, Ohio. The branches include Lowry, Davidson, Prewitt, Lovitt, Faulkner, Blue, Holden, and Brayton, just to name a few.
Feel free to contact me.

Also thanks to Caroline Huppi for the use of some of her photographs of Springhill Cemetery, and her work at Rootsweb.
And thanks to my sister Amy and her granddaughters, and to Carol and Roger Lovitt , for additional photos from Tuggle Cemetery. And thanks to Jackie , Norma , long gone Great Aunt Pina ,and all those who have contributed family photographs..

And please remember ,these are memorials for our loved ones , and not a numbers game for strangers,so please refrain from putting flowers on these memorials just to make your quota for the day.

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Messages left for Adrian (44)[Leave Message]
RE: Civil War headstone
You are most welcome. I made a note on the photo that the only stones near him to the left side where the Mercers. There were no stones on the right or in the front or in the back. I read where you said he was supposedly buried next to his brother. There are many many Graves here with no stones, as well.
Added by CarrieMR on Jun 24, 2015 7:46 AM
Jim Jones
The obituary for Jim Jones published in the Ironton Registry May 22, 1902 that you kindly sent seems to verify the date of death as 1902 not 1864
Added by Valerie on Mar 27, 2015 9:01 AM
Jim Jones
I added Jim's obituary to his Memorial. Thanks for sending it so it could be included on Jim's Memorial
Added by Valerie on Mar 22, 2015 3:20 PM
Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
I see you sent me quite a few edits, which I will make. If you want a transfer let me know. I transfer anyone to anyone that can enhance them. Thanks
Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Mar 11, 2015 11:01 AM
Kim Hanks
Anna and David Combs
Thank you for adding the wonderful pics to these 2 in Combs Cemetery, Peoria, IL.

There is quite the history of the COmbs in this area. I wanted to know if John (who owned the cemetery land) was David's brother?

Do you know? or, have any other information about the Combs?

Added by Kim Hanks on Jan 07, 2015 7:16 PM
Prewitt Tuggle
Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures.
Added by Phyllis on Mar 25, 2014 4:41 PM
Sharon (Byrd) Jones
The Tuggles in Tanyard Cemetery
I would be glad to contact findagrave if I knew how. I have never been asked to do this, so if you can guide me through, I will do it as soon as I have time.
Added by Sharon (Byrd) Jones on Dec 22, 2013 2:13 PM
Rob M
George Wilder
You are very welcome.
Added by Rob M on Oct 16, 2013 2:53 PM
Rob M
George Wilder
I got bad info from the cemetery website or maybe I just got the wrong George Wilder, but when you mentioned government, I knew I was in the wrong section of the cemetery. George W. Wilder (died 1864) is in the old National Cemetery in Cave Hill, Sec B, site 1699. Will make a trip over there to get a picture for you. Sorry about the mix-up.
Added by Rob M on Oct 16, 2013 9:02 AM
Rob M
George Wilder
There is no marker for George in the designated plot, but the adjacent plot has a very large monument for Edward Wilder, his wife Ruth Sevier, and their daughter Minnie. Is that of any use to you?
Added by Rob M on Oct 14, 2013 4:44 PM
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