|Harriet W. Berry (#47643935)|
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I am a Middle Tennessean happy to keep an eye out for relatives of others while pursuing my favorite hobby, searching for interesting grave shelters in small, rural cemeteries. Gravehouses, shelters, tents, rock tombs and cairns--they're all vanishing quickly, so will take them where I can find them, and appreciate your suggestions. The motherlode of rock tents/combs, the Cumberland Plateau, is my favorite stomping ground.|
Thanks to all of you who have added photos to my memorials! I'm willing to fill photo requests in out-of-the-way places, as long as you're not in a hurry. If corrections are needed to memorials I've added, or if you would like additional information, please leave a message here or send email to my address.
You are welcome to use my photos for non-commercial purposes without obtaining my prior permission, as long as their use is within the rules and guidelines of Findagrave.com, and provided the ownership source is clearly stated each time.
I am not directly related to many people for whom I've created memorials, so please feel free to ask for a transfer. If I've made a mistake on a memorial, and you can shed light on the subject, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Am always on the lookout for Berry (Hulme, Wiltshire, Vowell, Malone, Jefferson), Carothers (Turner, Potts, Jordan, Whitsitt), Wilkerson (King, Barnes, Dowdy, Goodwin, Buchanan) and Rucker (all of the above, and everyone else in TN, KY, and VA).
It's a delight to be part of the awesome assembly that is Find A Grave!
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Betty Anne Robe..., Brandy Wells Mu..., Donna Case, Emily B, Eugene Mullins, John & Retta Wa..., John Ragsdale, Karen Neely Mul..., Kathleen Hill, Leslie Barrett, Melanie Carothe..., redheadkelly, Rita Collvins M..., sjs953, Stone Branches, Todd wells, VNPate
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|Sandra Bonner Adair||Nolensville Cemetery|
While linking families in the Nolensville Cemetery, I viewed the pages you have done for the Carothers family. The pages are fantastic, and are perfect examples of what Find A Grave should be.
|Betty Radugge||RE: Frank Cheatham Lowe|
Thank you again I really do appreciate all you do for findagrave .If I can every help you with anything just let me know.
|MHN||Mary and John Drennan|
Thank you, Marjorie
Added by MHN on Mar 29, 2014 1:00 PM
|Betty Radugge||Frank Cheatham Lowe|
Thank you for all your help in trying to find Frank"s headstone I really appreciate all your time and effort to locate one. Have a blessed Day.
|Vicki Brewer Sexton||RE: Forgiveness in advance?|
Thank you very much for the photo of Harriet Etter's headstone. It helps to have a picture to reference. Thank you for your work on Find A Grave.
Added by Barbara on Mar 16, 2014 3:46 PM
|John Ragsdale||RE: Rowland Cemetery photo requests|
Thank you so much for caring. I appreciate the close up of Cornelia Moore Ragsdale's stone. I visited this cemetery in 1971 and took pictures with my 8mm movie camera. What a mistake. We were led to it by my grandfather's cousin, Duncan Ragsdale, who lived in Gladeville otherwise we would never have located it. It was so overgrown at that time; but all of our family stones were still intact. As I recall Jesse L and Caroline Moore's tombstone was close by and behind Cornelia's stone. Jesse L. Moore's first wife, Sarah Shannon Moore, grave was near by. Her stone is pictured on Findagrave; but it appears to be broken from the base. I'm afraid that Jesse L and Caroline Moore's stone has also been broken. It was a thin, tall stone.
I hope this helps. I wish I could recall more accurately where the grave was located.
John W. Ragsdale
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Bellzora Jennings|
Thanks for filling our request, we really appreciate your help.
|Joy Hess||Smartt Photos|
Thank you for taking the Photos. If you are related I would be happy to transfer their memorials to you.
Added by Joy Hess on Mar 11, 2014 12:38 PM
|Karen Womack-Cunningham||John Lee Watson Photo|
Harriet thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the headstone of one of relatives. I appreciate the time you took to do this for me.
Karen Womack Cunningham
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