|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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|Rose Defoe||Jessie Belle Wilcox Grooms|
Mr. Tosh, hello, my name is Rose. I have seen your name on Find A Grave pages after I started looking up our family tree members. I was wondering if you could help me find a death certificate on my paternal grandmother. Her name is Jessie Belle Wilcox. Born 1893 Decherd, Franklin Co. Tn. and if itís correct, can only find a death date of 1919. Winchester, Franklin Co. Tn. My father while he was living went to Baker Cem. in Franklin Co. Tn and there is only a rock that reads Jessie. She married a Benjamin Harrison Grooms, but I canít find any info. if she died a Wilcox or as a Grooms. Any info you could find would be greatly appreciated. Also, thank you for the work you do for others. Have a Blessed Day, Rose
|Ray Harris||Marriage certificate|
Tom, if you have the time, I am trying to find out the marriage of my 2nd grand mother Sarah Maurgman and a Harris. Don"t have his first name.They were married in he late 1850's I believe in one of these 4 counties in northen Alabama.Lauderdale Co. Limestone Co. Madison County, Jackson Co.They had a son born in 1860. His name was Francis Marion Harris. Anything that you can help me with on this wil be much appreciated.
Ps. the spelling on Maurgman.
|RainbowGal||John Falkner at Elliott Cemetery|
The marker that I found spells the last name FALKNER. Hope this is right - the dates fit and it is a child's marker. Let me know about spelling of last name.
Thank you for posting the photo
Added by dcterri on Jan 21, 2015 6:38 PM
|Farrar and related families||Thank you for your kind photography.|
|Gay Hobt Morton||Edward Smith|
Thank you so much for the "proof of burial" photo for this Civil War soldier. This photo of yours will help to get his grave listed on the new registry of Civil War Soldier gGaves at the East Tennessee History Center. As their research volunteer I thank you.
|Chad Kendell||Re: Thomas Warning|
Thanks for a great picture !!!
|Dawn Essman||John Heffernan|
Thank you for taking the photo for me.--Dawn
|Janet Davis||Combs photo|
Glad to be of help!
|Freda||Asberry B. Smith|
I just transferred his memorial to you. I am not kin and you seem to have some information to add.
Added by Freda on Dec 09, 2014 3:03 PM
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