|David Johnson (#47635630)|
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|I live in Marion County, Tennessee and will take cemetery photos in that area by request, and maybe in the northern part of Jackson County, Alabama. I am currently taking photos of all of Cumberland View Cemetery in Kimball, Tennessee, and for now most of my work will be there until that is finished, except for requests.|
For any memorial I create in Marion County, TN, except for my father's grave and a few others, it is only created to get the grave recorded and photo displayed, and I will transfer memorials to closely related people who request it and show their relation to the person in the memorial.
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|Wayne Fuson||RE: William R Dunham grave location|
David, William R. Durham is buried in the old Durham family cem. in DeKalb Co., it is a private farm and the cem. is hard to find unless you know where it is. The marker is a civil war marker and I was there and helped place it with family members. There is another Durham cem. near the falls on Pine Creek, it might be considered Bright Hill I don't know, I have not been there.
|Cemetery Junkie||Hogan Cem Photo Requests|
There are no markers for Newton Rowland or Mary Rowland. They are buried in Row 9 plots 37/38- south of the old part of the cemetery. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need pics of any others in Hogan.
|Audrey Staples||Monteagle Cemetery|
I look forward to seeing what you find in Marion County, TN. I am interested in any Holcombe tombstone photos. There is a request for some already so I won't repeat them here. Thanks for all the work you are doing!
|Stephen Barneby||RE: Brownings found in Cumberland View|
Thanks so much for finding these four graves. The pictures came out very well. I really appreciate the extra effort you put in to locate the Brownings and uncover what the ants had hidden.
|Karen Mathis Hudson||Martin|
I would like to thank you for taking time to try to locate their headstones. Maybe we can find them somewhere.
Thank you again,
|Nancy Leshikar Hébert||Cumberland Photos|
Thank you so much for the photos you took (Alder & Barhams), and for the ones you searched for. It is hard to know if markers were placed when making a request. I appreciate all the effort you are making to document this cemetery. Nancy
|Stephen Barneby||Browning Family|
Thanks very much for looking into the situation of the Browning family. Back to square one for them!
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo for Walter C. Smith (1907-1991). Much appreciated!
Added by DonnaJ on Nov 14, 2011 2:58 PM