James Mitchell b. c1808 James Mitchell was alive and well in McNairy County, TN in 1880. Dau. Mary was born in TN c. 1876; Twin sons Leroy and Leander were born in TN c1879 per this census. Perhaps the 1880 death date is based on him not being in Marion Co. in 1880? Well, that's true. He moved between 1870 & 1880. I don't know where he is buried. Too early for a death cert, no marked grave in the county, and wife Leanna died in 1910 (in McNairy Co.) before death certs had burial places. [Malinda Mitchell, James and Leanna's oldest dau. was the second wife of my gg-grandfather Abraham Charleston Armstrong. I am in touch with one of their descendants.)
RE: Albert Davis I sent them thru the edit button. In order to get you the scource I have to send seperate. One under the suggestion edit and one under the relationship tab. I doubled checked and they are on my pending lists so should be on your edit lists pending to be approved. I wish Findagrave would make for clearer way to send source info. Any other problem ,let me know. gail
Cleland and many SC & NC names Doug, I want to say thanks for all you do for others through your work with Find A Grave. For people like me who, because of age and health, can no longer visit cemeteries it really means a lot. I have been on my genealogy journey since the 1980's and have visited many cemeteries until I got to where I could not. I am working very hard to see that I have as much on my family files and it verified as I can so that my descendants and others connected can see their heritage. I hope you won't mind my making copies of your photos for my family files. God bless you in your work of helping others. Eleanor Morrison Lawson firstname.lastname@example.org
Howard & Eleanor Cromer Doug, I was curious if you knew why Howard and Eleanor were buried in separate cemeteries. Were they divorced by chance? I am a distant cousin to Eleanor through her mother, Bessie A Elliot Rivers.
Samual Cromer I believe I have found it! You were right, the grave is listed under Earl. This is a huge relief to me, I have looked everywhere for him. I will send it along with the other photos, you can post it on his page if this is the right one.
Henrietta Gable @ Double Branches Thanks for your message noting that Gable should not be spelled with an s. I posted the obit exactly as it was printed in the newspaper. The newspaper had printed Gable with s at the end. I have done some research on the Gable family as Sarah Blythe "Tabitha" Kesler who m. Harmon Gable is my husband's Kesler line. I have quite a few obits from the early 1900's & up to a point in time, Gable was always spelled with an s. Somewhere along the way, the family seemed to have dropped the s. You & my husband possibly share roots as he is also a Cromer desc from Franklin Co. Question: I know where Harmon Gable is buried evn though I haven't gone there yet. Do you know anything about his burial place & might his wife be buried with him, perhaps in an unmarked grave??