|Tom Tosh (#47728843)|
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I've been researching family history for close to 40 years so I know the value of a grave marker photo to others. In addition, since I live in Tennesse and have electronic access to the Tennessee death certificate database, I will do minimal certificate look ups for free and e-mail them to you if I find one. Let me know.|
When I take grave marker photos I always take several dozen extra photos of all surrounding markers in case they may be related. If they aren't posted to the cemetery I add them. I also try to take photos large enough such that all marker details are visible.
All photos I post are yours to do with as you wish.
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|Ray Harris||RE: Cora Winnett|
Find A Grave is showing 3 Collins cemeteries in Marshall co.one is in Chapel Hill,the other two are the same cemetery. The one showing 6 graves is where you will find their graves. Hope this is not too confusing.
|Joyce Chandler||Death Certificate lookup|
I see from your bio that you can do death certificate lookups for Tennessee. I am from Chattanooga and have been trying to get information on my great grandfather. He died in Cleveland Tennessee sometime around 1899 but before June of 1900. He was hit by a train. His death certificate might give me information regarding his parents since I've not been able to find out who they were. So, if you don't mind and have the time, here's the information that I have.
Davis Elder or Elders
b. 1862 in Georgia
d. ? 1899 or 1900 in Bradley County, TN
M. Rhoda Jane Caylor
Any info would be great. Thanks
|Ray Harris||RE: Cora Winnett|
Tom, I was in the Collins cemetery about 4 miles from Short cemetery checking on some graves. I ran across Mrs. Winnet!s grave buried beside her husband. You can pull up Find A Grave to Collins cemetery and see it.
|Joyce Chandler||RE: James McCullough memorial|
I see your point about not being able to read the inscription on Mr. McCullough's marker. I probably should have gotten closer. However, this particular marker is in very bad condition. It appears pretty much the way the photo depicts it. It looks as though it is rusted and worn down. I almost didn't find it because the marker was difficult to read. I actually was looking for another marker when I came up on this one. I was excited to find two that I was looking for in the same area.
The cemetery is about 25 miles from where I live. I will try to get a better photo the next time I'm in that area and send to you, but like I said, this marker is in bad shape. Also, I am disabled and cannot stoop down to get closer without losing my balance and falling, but I will try to get a better image when I can. We've had a lot of rain and storms this summer and I don't like to go out there when its muddy and slippery due to fear of falling. I just need to find a dry day to try again.
|Charlie O||RE: William Crutcher memorial photo|
You are more than welcomed, glad I could help.
|Bill and Denise||RE: Martha Haralson memorial|
You are more than welcome. It is one of the nicest cemeteries I have seen in Texas. The cadets do a good job of keeping the grounds pristene.
|Janet Holt Eckerson||TOSH|
ARE YOU KIN TO A BEN TOSH, CLARA TOSH IN TENN.
Crutcher and Holt were buried on the same deeded plot. see www.grovehillcemetery.net. Says there are no markers.
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|Mike Glover||Ronnie Chapman|
I was wondering if he was also known as James Chapman Jr. because the dates you have listed for Ronnie are the same
|Michael Pitcock||RE: Simms|
They do... I am not sure when I will be back at Prosperity so please go ahead and send the photo requests through the normal way and maybe someone else will help out with the photos.
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