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believe he is buried in the williamsfield cemetery. Looking for obituaries or burial place on John B./Anna M. The center of my research is to find david and Catherine or Caroline daughter. Where was she born where did she grow up who did she live with? I first find her in Des Moines iowa July 4 1883 getting married to vardamon Jefferson levi Quinnett she stated she was from Carlisle iowa.
he was married to my gg grandmother august dolph ward in 1871name is in the 1900 census (wayne) and she is living with her son stanley ward. (the first one) i believe elias was previously married also. Patricia Ward Brown, 41 Brown Road, Pittsfield, PA 16340 [email protected] for Hattie Couch (Morey) in 1900 census death record. Which I also found David and Mary Elizabeth little living nearby.
In 1974, Don and Richard opened Tetrick's Rhododendron Chapel in Roan Mountain, Tennessee.
Don Tetrick retired in 1981 and sold his interest in the business to Richard.
The household also included a son, George Becket, Louisa Williams (age 17), and Sarah A. The location was undeveloped at the time, between where Edgewood and Oakford Avenues are today.
Years later, William Taubel built two stone mansions near this location.
The rumors entailed dark stories of men in black and red robes and a giant 40-foot stone owl, to which something, or someone was being sacrificed.
Alex Jones, being a radio talk-show host had heard the rumors many times, so he decided to look into it and did some research.
John was descended on his mother’s side from a full-blooded Indian girl of the Lenni Lenape tribe who had assumed the English name of Mary Carlisle.
Raymond and Elizabeth Becket : Raymond Becket was a former slave who came to our area prior to the Civil War with the assistance of the Underground Railroad.
The 1860 Census lists Raymond, a day laborer, born in Virginia in 1818, and his wife Elizabeth, a washerwoman, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1820. The family bought a log cabin, which was originally built as a fishermen’s shack, on the riverbank.
Tetrick purchased the North firm upon moving to Elizabethton from Joplin, Missouri. "Pappy" Tetrick, operated Tetrick Funeral Home together until Pappy Tetrick retired in 1960.
In 1968, Richard Tetrick graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science and joined his father, Don, in the operation of Tetrick Funeral Home.