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Find A Grave is an amazing site. But I have found many of my family photos and stories lifted from here and placed on other peoples trees without proper credit. Some however, do give credit. My thanks to you. THIS WEBSITE WAS SOLD IN SEPTEMBER 2013!|
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|JGVols||RE: Calvin Powell|
I'm sorry that cemetery doesn't have a church, I posted that picture on wrong cemetery, I'm trying to get it removed. Jerry
Added by JGVols on Mar 05, 2014 12:36 AM
|Jan Breshears Thomas||About the Sale|
Yes, this web site was sold in 2013 to ancestry.com. They have decided to keep it free as it has always been, and keep the same management in place. Their purpose for purchase was to put money behind it for enhancement and to provide more timely response to requests for help, etc. It is a very good thing.
|Britany Johnson (Alachniewicz)||Re: Powells|
Thank you so much for the response. It is very nice what you did to the cemetery. If you don't mind, may I send you an email? I have a couple questions I would like to ask you.
|Britany Johnson (Alachniewicz)||Powell|
Hello, I saw that you have done a lot of work on the Powell Cemetery memorials. I also saw on your photos that you did a lot of work to the cemetery itself. Are you related to the Powells? I am a descendant.
|Claudia Hargiss||Hargis family|
I saw that you are kin to Hargis families. What line are you from? I am Richard Nalley-William-Howell Henry-James Dennis-Columbus Lee-Dennis-Joseph-Joseph then me
I believe the rose is a nice feature when nothing is posted to a memorial. I'm NOT related to these people, nor am I a policemen. If YOU like it, You can do it.
|Karl Hamlin||Freeman descendant of Stephen Hamlin|
I created Stephens memorial and would be your cousin. I would love to have you descendant path from Stephen to you. Email contact for me is email@example.com.
Hope to hear from you.
Best regards, Karl Hamlin
|Thomas Dixon||Owen H. Dixon|
Where might I find a copy of his Dixon Genealogy book from the 1940's?
|Thomas Dixon||William Dixon's family|
I am a Dixon related to a Matthew Dixon 1817-1878 buried in Talley Cemetery in Marshall County, TN. I have records from relatives that his father's name was Josiah Dixon. When I research Josiah I wind up in Wayne County, TN to the family of William Dixon. When I review trees of William I get conflicting information. Some have Matthew Dixon 1783-1872 as his son, as you do, while others do not list him as a son. My evidence from Wayne Co. indicates that William Jr., had the following children:
Anne, Matthew, Kezziah, Jedediah, Eunice, Mary, John, and Josiah.
I also have records that indicate that many of their children were born in Bedford County, TN. This would place the family closer to where my Matthew was born. Josiah seems to have moved later in his life to Wayne County from Marshall and or Bedford County. He is listed in the 1860 Federal Census of Wayne County. I also have a William Dixon, Sr. who died in 1797 marrying a Lydia Searles born around 1775. My Matthew's wife was Susan P. Talley 1821-1891 also born in Talley Cemetery, Marshall County, TN
I have the following birth date for Josiah: 1781...this would the dates for William Jr. and Sr. and his son Matthew (my relative from Marshall County) Josiah married a Dusty Williams in Sumner County in 1806. This date would also match.
I have been studying this for years. Their may be two Williams involved that follow to lines but may be related. Any help you can give me would be appreciated. If you can tie my Matthew and Josiah to the William in Wayne County then I think this is the same family.
|Johnny Sharp||RE: Delbert Marsh|
Hi Genealogist, (Subject: Photo Request)
I'll be more than happy to ATTEMPT to locate Mr. Marsh's resting place to photograph it but, his memorial doesn't have the lot and plot location on it. The only problem that I've ran into at Maple Hill is that the office usually only gives out plot locations to RELATIVES ONLY. It's also the most MASSIVE cemetery in this area and looking for someone over there is like looking for a needle in a haystack! The only headstones that I've been able to photograph over there are ones of family or friends whose funerals I've personally attended. Bye for now and hope you're having a blessed weekend,
Johnny Sharp (contributor # 47599970)
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