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I live in Franklin, Tn and retired. It is very rewarding to be a contributor. I have found information about a relative that I was unable to find elsewhere. It is commendable that so many volunteers offer their time and patience to provide information that family members otherwise would not have access to that it inspired me to become a volunteer. |
I have found that sometimes the names and dates the requester provides may vary from the cemetery records.
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|Cookie Rist Huckaby||George Hartley|
There was no George Hartley on the board at the Cemetery.. I got all the ones that was there..
|Kay||Anita Spencer Gentry|
Thanks for providing Anita's obituary. I have added it to her memorial.
Added by Kay on Jun 25, 2014 1:46 PM
|Marsha Moon||James Thomas Boyd 126190114|
Emma Ragsdale Boyd 126190351. Thank you so very much for their memorial photographs. I so appreciate your time, effort and talent. Sincerely, Marsha Moon
Thank you for the great photos of the Anderson's graves. I appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Kay on Jun 15, 2014 8:00 PM
|Pam Critz||John Boyd Ridley IV|
Thx for taking the time to send me the picture of his grave marker.
|Heattown||Emma Roberts and Amanda Hendricks|
Thank-you for the lovely photos of Emma Roberts' and Amanda Hendricks gravestone. Words cannot express our family's gratitude. They had been lost to us, and you brought them home. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. You are a true unsung hero. The world is in great need of you. Our family will never forget the kindness you have shown and the giving of your time. You are an inspiration for us all. You are living an exemplary life of generosity. We are, with greatest respect, grateful family members. Long enjoy happiness uninterrupted. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Jun 13, 2014 3:27 PM
|Brenda Oliver||Wesley Combs|
Thank you for the great photo and your time and effort in getting it for me.
|mike hughes||RE: Thomas Monroe Reynolds|
In 1930 Census he and Willie Lucille are living in St. Louis, Missouri. His 2nd wife Clara Watson from Sumner Co. Tn. is living with Thomas M. Reynolds's sisters in Nashville. She lists herself as a widow-I guess there was a stigma to say you were a divorcee. His 1st wife was Florence St. John who died in 1925, he also was divorced from her. In 1954 records show that he married Willie again (no documentation for their 1st marriage in about 1927. Willie Lucille married John Thomas Harper in 1964 and he died in 1979-can't find where he is buried. There is also supposed to be a military grave marker that Willie applied for after Thomas died. I don't know if she bought their tombstone before she married Harper or if she changed her name back after Harper died. I do appreciate your time and trouble as this helps me in my search for my grandfather's siblings. My grandfather's (William Riley Reynolds) sister Jennie Reynolds was a midget and traveled with the Ringling Bros. Circus and was billed as the world's smallest woman (she was perfectly proportioned with no deformaties. Thanks again.----------------Nancy Reynolds Hughes
|Thomas L. Harman||Re: John Cowan|
Thank you very much for taking the time to fill my request for John's stone.
I do appreciate the kindness.
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Susan Thompson's online memorial|
Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to visit the cemetery and take the photo of the headstone for this online memorial. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
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