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Re: Katie Lee Gleaves, Need help!
Posted by: Dollie Blazek Date: December 26, 1999 at 19:11:32
In Reply to: Re: Katie Lee Gleaves, Need help! by Dennis Glaves of 231

Hi Dennis,
Yes, Katie was the daughter of William and Delilah Gleaves. I have a photo copy of William's will and Katie's children are mentioned. She is already deceased by then. I also have a copy of William and Delilah's pension records from the war and it mentions that they had 4 children. Katie was not the daughter of Melissa, she was her sister. I know Delilah was older and so was Melissa and her brother, but Delilah could have had some miscarriages between them. Katie died in childbirth when she was in her late 20's.She died in Childbirth. She was my great-grandmother. She is buried in the Clements cemetery in Hermitage as are her parents, William and Delilah. There are also some Telford's buried there to. My aunt, who is the one of the grand daughters of Katie, has also told me that William and Delilah were her parents. Katie was married to Thomas Henry Hurt. Both are buried in Clements Cemetery. They were originally buried somewhere else, but when the state of Tn put in Percy Priest Lake, My Grandfather, Virgil Hurt (oldest child of Thomas and Katie) had to have their graves moved so he had them moved to Clements. He and my grandmother are also buried there. I hope this helps you. Are you descended from Katie? Let me know if you need any more information. You can e mail me if you like. My email address is Hope to hear back from you.

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