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Simon Peter Graham & Martha Stamback

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This page has been created for the Graham and related surnames.

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You will also find documents and cemetery information pertaining to Tracy City, Grundy Co., TN, Roanoke Co., VA. and various Civil War information.

If any document contains your family member please send me your email address, document name and name of your family member. I will attach your email address to that name.

I would welcome any comments or suggestions on this site.

Happy Hunting,
Gwen
GBonedigger@aol.com





My favorite websites

Grundy Co., TN Webpage


Roanoke Co., VA Webpage

Church of The LDS Webpage

Cyndi's List

Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia

My favorite Cousins

Homepage of Tina Marie Graham-Cook RN
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Sharon"s Homepage
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Lucille Scissom's Homepage

King Graham Ancestry





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Graham Family

John H. Graham

Grundy County, TN Research

Documents of Grundy Co., TN
Oath of Noah Bost
Oath of Randolph Myers
Oath of J.R. Myers
School Children 1849

Marriages of Grundy Co., TN. These are partial of these Books.
Book A 1850-1874
Book B
Book C
Book D
Book E
Book G
Book 2

Grundy Co., TN Cemeteries

Headstones-Homeplace burial?Elijah Meeks, Katharine Meeks, Captain Brad Roberts, Frank Johnston

Sanders Cemetery #1 Paynes Cove

Patrick Cemetery

Sanders Cemetery #2 Coalmont

Dove-Harris Cemetery, Coalmont

Nunley Cemetery, Freemont

Oak Grove


Roanoke County VA Research

Roanoke Marriages

"Cemeteries-Combined Parcels Number From Tom Klatka Report & VA Tax List"

Parcel Numbers Use.

Go to the following Roanoke VA Website, Click on County Tax List. Follow download instructions. Once first download is complete, go back to download page, click on Whip Commands and download for map tools. (Why it works like this I do not no, but well worth it all). You can search by parcel number, owners and street names. Go to the map with your parcel number and view the lot and the surrounding area. Since I am not computer literate, it took me 3 days to understand how it works. If you need help please email me.

Happy Hunting!

County Of Roanoke , VA "Official Government Website"
Public Access Tax List


Cultural Expression Cultural Expressions of Nature in Sacred Context:
Documentation of Family & Community Cemeteries in Roanoke County, VA By Thomas S. Klatka.

The report and all Cemeteries are now on line. Please email me of any broken links or overlooked Cemeteries. Genealogy is NOT an exact science. Always Verify. Don't depend on search engines as due to spelling they are not a 100%.



Civil War-Confederate


Are you missing someone during 1861-1865? It was not just Military persons in the Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North. The prisons and hospitals also had Confederate Citizens. I am curretly doing a transcription of Confederates who died at Camp Morton, IN, in which I have found an estimated 20 citizens from AR, GA, MO, VA, MS, AL and some with states not listed.

Confederates buried at Green Lawn Cemetery/Crown Hill Cemetery.

Publish Articles about Camp Morton

Prisoners At Camp Morton pp. 475-476 by W.R. Holloway

Treatment of Prisoners At Camp Morton. I.A. Reply to "Cold Cheer at Camp Morton" pp. 757-771 by W.R. Holloway

Experiences Of war Prisoners. Cold Cheer at Camp Morton. pp. 844-853 by John A. Wyeth

"Prisoners at Camp Morton". pp. 476-477 by John A. Wyeth

Treatment of Prisoners at Camp Morton. A Rejoinder. pp. 771-776 by John A. Wyeth


The search for our roots can take us down some fascinating paths, and can provide great satisfaction. But there are times when the search can be very frustrating. The purpose of this site is to share the information we have collected; and perhaps, help you break through your own "brick wall". However, these pages contain family legend and hearsay as well as other possibly inaccurate information. Genealogy is NOT an exact science. Always verify.

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