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David E. Fox (#47534506)
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Brenda A. Darbyshire
RE: Bussey
The daughter is most likely buried in Eastview. Put her there and request photo to and it will remind me to look for it.
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Apr 02, 2014 11:54 AM
Brenda A. Darbyshire
Bussey
Most likely it is not there or not marked! I have tried to get all of the photos.
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Apr 01, 2014 3:42 PM
Joe Stoner
RE: Dr. J C C Blackburn
Hi David. I was in the Madison Historic Cemeteries today. Dr. Blackburn is definitely buried in the Pierre Walker plot in the New Cemetery. The marker at his head is WALKER. The New Cemetery is the second oldest section of the cemetery. When he was buried, this section of the cemetery was indeed a brand new cemetery. Interestingly, no one was buried in this plot for another 90 years, when Pierre Walker, born 10 years after Blackburn's death, became the first of this family to pass away. My guess is that Peter Walker, Pierre's father, was a close friend of Blackburn's and bought a plot for his future family needs and buried his friend there. Peter is buried in the Old Cemetery.
Added by Joe Stoner on Dec 26, 2013 7:54 PM
Joe Stoner
RE: Dr. J C C Blackburn
The Walkers were very prominent people in Morgan County, Pierre Walker perhaps the most prominent of them all. It would make sense that he would be very close to the publishers of the Madisonian. Jane is kin to the Fears as well, but probably not in that era. The Fears were prominent landowners in the same part of the county.
Added by Joe Stoner on Dec 19, 2013 8:03 AM
Joe Stoner
RE: Dr. J C C Blackburn
I don't know. I took that picture about a year ago on the same day that I took all the Walker family pictures in the Pierre Walker plot (92951140) in the New Cemetery. My wife is a Walker and they are all cousins. But all those graves are 20th Century graves. I annotated the memorial with Peter Walker plot. That may be in the Old Cemetery. I'm not sure why he's buried with the Walkers. I don't see him or his wife in the family tree at all.I am systematically working my way through the cemetery and I'm due to be back in the next couple of weeks, and I'll check it out.
Added by Joe Stoner on Dec 18, 2013 4:55 PM
Tom Kelly
RE: Davis Pictures
you are quite welcome.
Added by Tom Kelly on Aug 15, 2012 4:31 AM
MGA & BCA
re: Plen Johnson and family
You are welcome. I will link Lucious to his parents. Please let me know if you would like Lucious and Mary Harris Johnson transfered to you.
Yours,
Michelle
Added by MGA & BCA on Jun 06, 2012 5:21 PM
Paula
Info
If I can help amy more just let me know.
Have a great day.
Paula
Added by Paula on Jul 30, 2011 9:16 PM
Paula
Elizabeth Abbott
Hi,
I added a photo of her tombstone. My understanding is that she was one of the original burials in the Tompson Cemetery. A farmer destroyed the cemetery. The stones were moved to the new Mottville Cemetery. They were put on display in the SE corner and the plaques were made. The bodies were not moved. Thompson Cemetery was located behind the Mottville Cemetery in a woody section. (I haven't verified the info.)
Added by Paula on Jul 29, 2011 7:48 AM
Bryan Smith
RE: Lanier Hickman Photo
Your welcome.
Added by Bryan Smith on Jul 25, 2011 10:18 AM
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