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|Scott and Priscilla Butler Fraser (#46859858)|
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"A good character is the best tombstone. Those who loved you and were helped by you will remember you when forget-me-nots have withered. Carve your name on hearts, not on marble. " Charles Spurgeon|
My wife and I have been doing genealogy work for many years and with the help of many we have made great strides in research. If you are visiting our site and see a link to any family grave listed in our virtual cemeteries, please email. Others listed as memorials are not our personal family lines, this information was gathered from other sources.
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Thank you for your help. With all of us working together we can do so much more with our family histories.
Have a blessed day.
Yours in research, SOF <><
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|Gay Hobt Morton||Eliah Fain|
Thank you so much for all the wonderful work you have done on Find A Grave for the cememteries of Tn, especially Rutherford County. You have helped so many people. I also appreciate your kind transfer for Elijah Fain.
|Virginia Lee Young||Frazer/Frazier|
I have long had a road block on my 3rd gr-grandmother Sarah Frazier Fanning b abt 1795 North Carolina, d aft 1861 Carroll County, Arkansas. I have. The last name was family information, not sure of spelling. Sarah and John Fanning were married in Tennessee about 1810-12 They were in Illinois briefly and then in Madison County Arkansas by 1834. I have been researching the Fanning's for nearly 40 years, but have never found a single hint as to any thing on Sarah. Will you please email me about your Frazer family.
I would sure like to pursue that Spelling.
Virginia Lee Young
|Lana Pendergrass||RE: Nancy L Davenport Dorton|
Thanks so much. I got my tree fixed.
Elizabeth Temperance Tollett born 31 Jul 1822 and died 05 Sep 1903 the wife of John Claiborne Davenport Jr (#2)and they had a son that names John Claiborne Davenport making this one number three. The brother Of Nancy L Davenport Dorton.
Do you know where Moses Dorton born 1830 died 1865 and father of Joseph David Dorton is buried? Nancy Ann Brown Dorton wife of Moses is buried in the Grassy Cove Methodist Church Cemetery.
|Sue Andrews Sinclair||RE: Fraser Family|
My husband was descended from Frasers. He died 6 years ago, no DNA test.
|Betty Bost Cecil||RE: Coggin 62782375|
Thanks so much for sharing this information. At the Stanly Co. Heritage Center, I found that John Coggin received 100 acres (land grant # 58) in Anson Co in 1783. I found his will, probated in 1793 in Anson Co. that lists Zachariah as one of his sons. I found Samuel living in Montgomery Co on a 1850 census, but have yet to find proof that he is Zachariah's son or that Jeremiah Dumas is Samuel's son. I'm still looking...
|D Wilkes||Dodson Brothers|
Thanks so much for taking the photos of William, James & DeWitt Dodson. I would like to use them in my Ancestry Tree (which is public) with your permission of course.
Added by D Wilkes on Jun 26, 2017 4:00 PM
Thank you for the headstone pictures of the Pearsons.
|RNHaynes||photo of headstone for Margaret Haynes|
Scott & Priscilla,
Thank you for your time and effort to post the photo of the headstone for Margaret Haynes (Andrews).
Added by RNHaynes on Jun 20, 2017 11:25 AM
|Don Leuty||RE: John OGILVIE|
Probate: 1822 Last Will and Testament, Tennessee, Divorce and Other Records, 1800-1965 extracted from Tennessee. County records. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Microfilm roll numbers 99 to 108, 115, 336 to 337, 428 to 431, 519, A-4098, A-5278, B-1 to B-9, B-44 to B-127, B-314, B-441 to B-445, B-471 to B-473, B-1607 to B-1613, and B-1781 to B-1789.
|Melissa Aldridge||nancy ogilvie|
I am finding conflicting information about Nancy. You list her spouse as an Allison, but others list her spouse as a Bailey. Most list her parents as Elizabeth Amis and Harris Ogilvie.
Very confused. Could you help me understand?
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