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WAGGONER-FRIENDSHIP UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, MOORE COUNTY TENNESSEE


bvia1 <bvia1@juno.com>
To: tn-chestnutridgecousins <tn-chestnutridgecousins@rootsweb.com>
Date: Sat, Apr 5, 2014 3:32 pm


Julia,
Margaret (Springer) Crenshaw died in 1881 and is buried in Waggoner-Buckeye
Cemetery
in Moore County. There are two fieldstones next to her grave on the downhill
side. I have
always thought that one of them is probably her husband, Paschel Crenshaw, died
1857.
The other one I thought might be their son, William T. Crenshaw who died in
1852. But,
if he is in Harkins, then the other fieldstone might be their grandson, William
Thomas, who
died in 1868, not long after he came home from the Civil War. Does anybody have
any
ideas about this?
Betty <bvia1@juno.com>