|John C. Jones (#47429916)|
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I live 35 miles south of Nashville in Spring Hill, TN. More than happy to help anyone who needs photos from the middle Tennessee counties of Davidson(Nashville), Williamson, Maury, Bedford and Marshall.|
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|Connie ||RE: Carlton|
You'll have to forgive me if this is a repeat(of if I am just now getting back to you?) I can't remember if I answered.
Anyway, my son in law was Kenny Hip. His mother was Adda Belle Carlton.Born 1-10-1925 in Prim Ark. Died 2-13-2003 in the Heber Springs hosp. Her Father was John Aaron Carlton(1882 -1962) and her mother was Myrtle Verser (1890-1944).
Added by Connie on Feb 21, 2014 8:35 AM
Thank you for the memorials and pictures of the McMeen family. I appreciate you making the links I requested.
Rosiline (sp varies) Cook McMeen was a sister to my great grandmother. I've researched the family a lot.
I hope making the links may help someone else.
Added by Ramona on Feb 16, 2014 11:51 AM
|Connie ||RE: Carlton|
Kenny Alton Hipp. His mother was Adda Belle Carlton . Her father was John Carlton and Myrtle Verser Carlton. Kenny is still living in Prim ,Ark.
Added by Connie on Jan 16, 2014 10:03 AM
|Debbie Smartt||RE: Jerry Pate Memorial|
Thank you so much John!
|Debbie Smartt||Jerry Pate Memorial|
I wanted to see if you would mind transferring this memorial to me as well. Jerry Pate is my uncle. 69163869
Thank you so much for what you do!
I was wondering if you would mind transferring the memorial for James Pate - 69166808 to me. Also the memorial for Eula Pate at 69166842, she is not deceased. They are my grandparents. Thank you for creating these.
|D & J Long||Fannie Hight Walker|
Thank you for the transfer!! Happy New Year!! Jane Long
|Mary Bob McClain||Neapolis Cemetery Maury Co.|
The photo that you posted on the memorial for Robert Davis is the incorrect ts photo.
There are 3 Robert Davis' buried there.
|Loretta Hubbard||Thank You!!|
On behalf of the veterans of Co. A, 1st. Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, Fourth Infantry Division, I would like to say thank you for taking care of taking the photos of the gravesite of Johnnie Ben Mayberry, who was a medic in our unit, while serving in Vietnam in 1966-67.
William L. Hubbard
who was WIA in Vietnam on November 5, 1966 in Vietnam. Johnnie Ben Mayberry did a superb job in taking care of William Hubbard on that day.
Photos will be used in Johnnie Ben Mayberry's Tribute page: web link: 1-22infantry.org/taps/
|Kay Weyen||Sarah Murphey|
Thank-you so much for your help in getting a picture.
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