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Re: Headstone for Esther KELLY O'Rear in Abandoned Cemetery Dist 9, Franklin Co., TN
Posted by: Toni Linn (ID *****4450) Date: February 11, 2011 at 12:04:57
In Reply to: Re: Headstone for Esther KELLY O'Rear in Abandoned Cemetery Dist 9, Franklin Co., TN by PATRICIA HARDY of 1024

Patti -

I agree with you that southerners are friendly people. My dad was born and raised in the south and I have family and friends living in the southern states (I am half Yankee and half southern and proud of both halves!). I personally love the south and think most southerners are very friendly people, but I couldn't take the heat and humidity!

I honestly don't know if my computer or email service will accept DVD movies. I know that I can open WMV files and YouTube videos, but that's about the extent of my knowledge on that.

I do have one picture that kinda sorta shows the cemetery, but it's more a corner of it than anything, but that's okay.

My main goal was to get a picture of Esther's headstone which I now have. Now I have to find the name of the cemetery as well as other burials in it.

I appreciate your willingness to video the cemetery, but please don't go out of your way. If you're in the area and you have the time and want to do it, then that would be great and we can see if it comes through. But I wouldn't want you to have to spend a lot of time on this and go out of your way.

Thanks!! Toni

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