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Bonnie K (#47597229)
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DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
you are very welcome
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 29, 2016 9:32 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
you are very welcome
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 29, 2016 9:32 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
Okay according to the map, there are two Kelley's, one Bunstein and three Bunstine's buried in Block 1 Lot 78. On the stone with Ethel are William Bunstein 126020401, John Bunstine 163394334 and Celand Bunstine 163394500. A separate stone for Fred Bunstine but in Block 1 Lot 78. 126019825. I had the wrong number on Ethel before, I am very sorry about that. I hope this helps you.
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 28, 2016 8:38 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
I love helping people connect with their family. I have gotten a lot of help with my family on this site.
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 27, 2016 11:10 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
I love helping people connect with their family. I have gotten a lot of help with my family on this site.
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 27, 2016 11:09 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
It is all one stone, with Ethel and Wilbur Kelley, and John and Eland Burnstein and a son. I took a photo but could not read it well, I am going back out there tomorrow and bring out the lettering.
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 27, 2016 9:18 AM
DLLW
RE: Ethel M Kelley - Memorial# 126452929
I am going to try and get out to the cemetery tomorrow afternoon and check things out.
Denise
Added by DLLW on May 25, 2016 4:07 PM
Pam
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 75075919 - Harriet Jane Armstrong
Dear Bonnie: It seems that the two Harriets have been mixed up before. I received this message from an Ancestry contrinutor:

"1 Oct 1849 md. William Pitt Armstrong in Grainger, Tennessee

Ancestry.com - Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 shows a marriage certificate in Grainger County for William P. Armstrong and Harriet J. Fulkerson on 11 October 1849. This would correspond to the birth of their first child in 1850.

The wedding date listed (in 1841) is for William Pitt and Hetty King recorded in Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 shows they were married in Hawkins County on 3 Mar 1841 - nine years before the birth of William P. Armstrong and Harriet J. Fulkerson's first child.

You can contact Marsha Lee Sparhawk at sparhawk.lee@gmail.com with any questions you might have. Hetty King is my ancestor and these two women seem to be mixed up in the records.
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Notes for MARGARET LAUGHLIN VANCE:

"Margaret Vance was born 12 September 1794 in Washington Co., VA to Samuel Vance II and Margaret Laughlin. Margaret died 22 June 1864 in Washington Co., VA. On the 21st of November 1815, Margaret married Abram Fulkerson in Washington Co., VA. Abram was born 3 April 1789 in VA and died 2 October 1859 in Washington Co., VA. Margaret and Abram are both buried in Sinking Spring Cemetery, Abingdon, VA. They lived in Washington Co., VA and Grainger Co., TN, where Abram farmed. (VFA NL, January, 1997, p 13) Margaret and Abram had eight children. Nothing is known about two of their children, Francis and Harriet. The other six children were: James Lyon, Mary Vance, Samuel Vance, Isaac, Katherine Elizabeth, & Abram Jr."
Source: Vance Family Association, Jan 1998, Vol XIV
Jan 2002

In trying to remember where all this came from, I think the Vance Family Association, but I note they say above "nothing is known about two of their children, Francis and Harriet"

Makes me wonder if the grave in the photo is the correct Harriet, but makes sense that Charles would be born to them within a year of their marriage in 1849. Let me know if you come across anything definitive. Thanks, Pam
Added by Pam on Mar 26, 2016 9:10 AM
Joel Davison
RE: Andrews - Howland Township Cemetery
By all means go ahead and add them. Thanks. If you would like a transfer of this family just ask
Added by Joel Davison on Sep 01, 2014 11:45 AM
Sharon Graham
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 93017046
You're more than welcome, Bonnie. If you have any new information about his grave, let me know and I'll help in any way I can. All the best.
Added by Sharon Graham on Nov 21, 2013 10:40 AM
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