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PLEASE use the Edit tab at right top of the memorial, then I will know exactly who and what you are writing about without having to enter names, and memorial numbers.
Added by Bob on Oct 12, 2017 9:53 AM
|Karen_L||RE: Nancy Hinshaw Benson|
Hi, I am descended through WTTB > George Hale > Otto Wooster > Ethel Viola. So I guess we are cousins.
Added by Karen_L on Jul 27, 2016 12:29 PM
|Delila Duffy||RE: Memorial #157710185 Robert Lyle Johnson|
Will absolutely transfer. Need your contributor Number in order to transfer.
|Rachel G||RE: Pamela Miller|
Thanks for updating - I've added the photo. It is my pleasure to add photo here.
Added by Rachel G on Oct 18, 2014 8:54 AM
It helps a great deal, thank you! It's amazing how many cemeteries are out that direction- I was nearby just a couple weeks ago taking photos in Salem Cemetery and I know of at
least 2 others in the vicinity.
RE: Dunbar Cemetery (1810), Montgomery Co., TN
Take Hwy 48/13 out of Clarksville headed towards Cumberland Furnace. Follow 13 where it splits from 48 at Cunningham. Now you're heading towards Erin. Follow 13 to Spring Valley Road.
Turn right onto Spring Valley Road. Dunbar Cemetery (1810) is on the left, maybe 500 feet from the intersection. Look for a large white sign. There is a turn-in, upaved, but in good condition. The grass/weeds are well-maintained. Hope this helps. --Kim McGhee
Added by kim johnson mcghee on Oct 15, 2013 8:25 PM
Added by Karat57 on Oct 15, 2013 8:56 PM
|Karat57||Dunbar Cemetery (1810), Montgomery Co., TN|
Hello Ms. McGhee,
I wonder if you could tell me where this cemetery is located or provide directions to it? A photo you took is posted for the cemetery and I've been unable to locate it on maps. Thank you!
Added by Karat57 on Oct 12, 2013 2:53 PM
|Jayme Ann||RE: Waalens at West Akers Cemetery|
You ar very welcome.