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Alabama

Hardshell Cemetery is located near Wolf Springs, Lawrence County, Alabama. It is located off of Highway 157 on County Road 235 just a couple of miles north of Mt. Zion.
(All photos courtesy of Vessie (Dawson) Falconberry.

Dawson
  Annie Bird Annie Bird (1891-1894) [genealogy] was the daughter Byon O'Neal Dawson.
  Byon O'Neal Byon/Bion (1867-1920) [genealogy] was the son of John G. and Catherine (Hatton) Dawson.
  Charles Leldon Charles (1930-1933) [genealogy] was the son of James "Jimmie" and Lockie (Jeffreys) Dawson.
  James Howard Jimmie (1904-1986) [genealogy] was the son of Byon and Louellen (Waldrup) Dawson.
  Lockie Susan (Jeffreys) Lockie (1900-1975) [genealogy] was the daughter of Oliver and Betty (Brannon) Jeffreys.
  Richard Richard (1894-1897) [genealogy] was the son of Byon and Louellen (Waldrup) Dawson.
  Zadie Mae Zadie (1932-1933) [genealogy] was the daughter of James "Jimmie" and Lockie (Jeffreys) Dawson.
Jeffreys
  Betty Elizabeth (Brannon) Betty (1872-1960) [genealogy] was the wife of Oliver B. Jeffreys. Her parents are unknown.
  Oliver B. Oliver (1869-1956) [genealogy] was the son of Thomas J. Jeffreys.
  Obie B. Obie B. (1895-1979) [genealogy] was the son of Oliver and Betty (Brannon) Jeffreys.
  Ulysses Grant Grant (1904-1950) [genealogy] was the son of Oliver and Betty (Brannon) Jeffreys.

Indiana

New Blissville Cemetery is located near rural Plymouth, Indiana, on a hilly parcel of 80 acres (photo).(These photos are courtesy of Alan and Linda Little)

  New Henry B. Falconbury (1809-1861) [genealogy] was the tenth child of Jacob Falconbury, Sr. and Charity. His grave is located next to that of his son, James. (photo)
  New James W. Falconbury (1834-??) [genealogy] was the son of Henry B. Falconbury and Mary (Armstrong) Falconbury.

Center Ridge Cemetery is located in Sullivan, Indiana. A Falconbury plot marker marks where several family members are buried. This picture is a more distant shot. The following members of the Falconbury family are buried here:
(All photos courtesy of Gary L. Kennedy)

  Nathan Benjamin (1867-1939) [genealogy] was the son of Indiana's William Riley Falconbury (1834-1917) and Rebecca Jane Lewis (1833-1870).
  Alta May (Ford) (1875-1957) [genealogy] was the daughter of Lemuel Ford (?-?) and Nancy Black (?-?). She married Nathan on Sept. 30, 1892.
  Ruby L. (1893-1900) [genealogy] was the first child of Nathan and Alta May.
  Hervie Mervin (1899-1964) [genealogy] and Harry Ervin [genealogy] were twins, the third and fourth children born to Nathan and Alta May. Harry died on the day they were born.
  William Edward (1902-1972) [genealogy] was the fifth child of Nathan's and Alta May's.
  Beulah Ester (1907-1977) [genealogy] was the seventh child of Nathan's and Alta May's.
  Glenreta (1909-1919) [genealogy] was the eighth and last child of Nathan's and Alta May's.
  William Robert (1925-1994) was the son of William Edward Falconbury and his first wife Thelma Lambert (abt 1907-?) [genealogy] was the seventh child of Nathan's and Alta May's (footstone).

Eddleman Cemetery is located near Westport, Indiana. (The following photos courtesy of Myron E. Williams)

  Mary (Wheeldon) West (1839-1872) [genealogy] was the fourth child of James Wheeldon (abt 1798-1852) and Selah (Falconbury) Wheeldon (1802-1872). Mary died two days after her mother and they were buried in the same grave.
  Selah (Falconbury) Wheeldon (1802-1872) [genealogy] was the daughter of Jacob Falconbury, Sr. and Charity. She married James Wheeldon on Dec. 20, 1825.

Kansas

Mount Hope Cemetery is located in Ellis, Ellis County, Kansas.

Falconberry/Falconbury
  Jacob Baker (1844-1912) [genealogy, tombstone back], was the son of Joseph Falconbury and Margaret Holmes and a grandson of Jacob Falconbury, Senior. He was married to Ruth Etta Sharp. Note the spelling of the surname in these photos as "Falconbery."   (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)
  Ruth Etta (Sharp) (1846-1921) [genealogy], was the daughter of John Sharp and Mary Armstrong. She married Jacob Baker Falconbury on January 25, 1867. (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)

  Susie (1876-1879) [genealogy], was the daughter of Jacob Baker and Ruth Falconbury. She died three months before her third birthday. Her tombstone is the small diamond-shaped stone at the far left side of the photograph. The larger stones mark the graves of her parents: Ruth's in the center and Jacob's to the right. (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)

The Zurich Cemetery is located in Zurich, Rooks County, Kansas.   (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)

Hinkle
  Charles Jacob (1905-1988) [genealogy], was the son of Harry Wilson Hinkle and Mary Lucinda (Falconbury) Hinkle. He married Neola Wickham on November 18, 1936. (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)
  Neola (Wickham) (1914-1984) [genealogy], was the daughter of Copeland Jay "Bert" Wickham and Geraldene Elbertie (Falconbury) Wickham. She was married to Charles Jacob Hinkle. (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)
Wickham
  Copeland Jay "Bert" (1874-1962) [genealogy], was the husband of Geraldene Elbertie Falconbury.   (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)
  Geraldene (Falconbury) (1880-1970) [genealogy], was the daughter of Jacob Baker and Ruth (Sharp) Falconbury/Falconberry. She was married to Copeland Jay "Bert" Wickham. (Photo courtesy of Denis Vine)

Kentucky

Falconbury Cemetery is located on Highway 837, south of Highway 501 near Walltown, in Casey County, Kentucky. (Map source: http://transportation.ky.gov/planning/maps/SPRS/cnty%20maps/casey.pdf)

Falconberry/Falconbury
  Albert Galilon Tolbert (1855-1936) [genealogy], known as A.G.T.,was the ninth son of Jacob Falconbury, Jr. and Mary Hamilton. He was married to Leanna Campbell, Polly Jane Bastin and Adaline Bastin Floyd. (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)
  Andrew (1892-1893) [genealogy] was the eighth son of AGT Falconbury and the third child of Polly Jane Bastin Falconbury. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  James Franklin (1890-1909) [genealogy] was the seventh son of AGT Falconbury and the second child of Polly Jane Bastin Falconbury. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  George Alfred (1852-1916) [genealogy] was the sixth of thirteen children born to Jacob Falconbury, Jr. and his second wife Mary Hamilton. (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)
  Leanna (Campbell) (1855-1887) [genealogy] was the first wife of A.G.T. Falconbury. They were married from October 21, 1873 through 1887. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Mary (Hamilton) (1823-1905) [genealogy] was the second wife of Jacob Falconbury, Jr. They were married on March 21, 1839. (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)
  Polly Jane (Bastin) (1856-1896) [genealogy] was the second wife of A.G.T. Falconbury, Jr. They were married between 1887 and 1889 up through Polly's death in 1896. (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)
  Virginia Fay The relationship of Virginia (1931-1939) is not currently known (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)

Knights of Pythias (KP Hall) Cemetery is located on Highway 501 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, just north of the Casey County line. (Map source: http://transportation.ky.gov/planning/maps/SPRS/cnty%20maps/lincoln.pdf)

Falconberry/Falconbury
  Daisy Meryl (Luttrell) (1911-1989) [genealogy] was the second child of John and Clarinda Luttrell and the wife of William Everett Falconberry. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Ethel L. (1944-1949) Ethel's relationship is currently not known. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Herbert (1898-1966) [genealogy] was the fifth child of Jesse J. and Martha (Hart) Falconbury. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Jesse J (1866-1935) [genealogy] was the sixth child of William Riley Falconbury, Sr. and Sarah Sally (Barnett). (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Martha (Hart) (1869-1949) [genealogy] was the wife of Jesse J. Falconbury. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  William Everett (1903-1971) [genealogy] was the third child of William Riley Falconbury, Jr. and his first wife Parthenia (Bastin). (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
Luttrell
  Edward & Lora  (1913-1957) [genealogy] was the third child of John W. and Clarinda clementine (Maynard) Luttrell. He was married to Lora (last name unknown). (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  John W. & Clarinda John W.(1868-1954) [genealogy] and Clarinda Celmentine (Maynard) (1873-1948) [genealogy] were the parents of Daisy Meryl (Luttrell) Falconberry. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
Reece
  Della Mae (Falconbury)   (1894-1982) [genealogy] was the fourth child of Jesse J. and Martha (Hart) Falconbury. She married William Hassell Reece on Oct 24, 1914. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Mae Emma (Falconbury) (1889-1974) [genealogy] was the sixth child of A.G.T Falconbury and the first child of his second wife Polly Jane (Bastin). She married John Washington Reece on June 26, 1913. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  John Washington   (1888-1962) [genealogy] was the son of James Franklin Reece. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  William Hassell   (1893-1976) [genealogy] was the husband of Della Mae (Falconbury) Reece. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)

Pond Cemetery, Pond School Road is in Lincoln County, just east of the Casey County line. (All photos courtesy of Ron Falconberry)

Falconberry/Falconbury
  Clarence (1898-1898) [genealogy] was the sixth child of Isham Edmond Falconberry and Mariah Frances (Carman).
  Harold (1932-1934) [genealogy] was the seventh child of Johnnie Falconberry and Mildred (Hastey).
  Isham Edmond (1873-1947 [genealogy] was the eleventh child of William Riley Falconbury, Sr.Isham Edmond Falconberry and Sarah Sally (Barnett).
  Margie (1949-1952) [genealogy] was the child of Roy Falconberry and Lizzie (Sparkman).
  Mariah Frances (Carman) (1875-1915 [genealogy] married Isham Edmond Falconbury on February 20, 1893.
  Roy (1912-1968) [genealogy] was the fifth child of William Riley Falconberry, Jr. and Johnnie Falconberry and his second child with his second wife Linda E. (Gastineau).
  Thomas Jefferson (1925-2002) [genealogy] (footstone) was the last child of William Riley Falconberry, Jr. and Johnnie Falconberry and his second wife Linda E. (Gastineau).
Sims
  Earnest S. (1909-1981) [genealogy] was the husband of Lora Falconberry.
  Lora (Falconberry) (1918-1994) [genealogy] was the sixth child of William Riley Falconberry, Jr. and his third child with his second wife Linda E. (Gastineau).

Salyers Cemetery is found on Highway 837, two miles from Mt. Olive Church, in Casey County.

Falconberry/Falconbury
  George W. & Bettie George (1894-1978) [genealogy] was the fourth child of James Robert Falconbury and Nancy Ann (Wall). Bettie's surname and parentage is currently not known. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Hazel Joy (1930-1931) [genealogy] Hazel's grave is located next to George W. and Bettie Falconberry's so she is probably one of their children. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  John M. (1862-1932) [genealogy] was the fifth child of William Riley Falconberry, Sr. and Sarah Sally (Barnett). (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)
  Joyce. (1937-1984) Relationship is currently unknown. The grave is near those of George W and Bettie Falconberry and Nancy Ann, Hazel and Lusless. She may possibly be a daughter of George and Bettie. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Lusless (1929-1929) [genealogy] Lusless's grave is located next to George W. and Bettie Falconberry's and is probably one of their children. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Mary L. (1876-1903) [genealogy] was the first child of James Robert Falconbury and Nancy Ann (Wall). (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Nancy Ann (1932-1932) [genealogy] Nancy's grave is located next to George W. and Bettie Falconberry's so she is probably one of their children. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Nettie Jane (Bastin) (1861-1928) [genealogy] was the third child of Green Bastin and Susannah (Hamilton). She married John M. Falconbury around 1880. (Photo courtesy of Angela Dietrich)

Tennessee

Boiling Springs Cemetery is located in White County on Burgess Falls Road about six miles south of Interstate 40 near Cookeville.

Dalton
  Charles H. Charles H. (1895-1946) [genealogy], was the son of James B. and Sallie Dalton and the husband of Minnie (Austin) Dalton. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  James B James B. (1857-1928) [genealogy], was the husband of Sallie Dalton. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Minnie (Austin) (1900-1992) [genealogy], (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Robert Neal Robert (1931-1952) [genealogy] (footstone) was the son of Charles H. and Minnie (Austin) Dalton. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Sallie Sallie (1874-1950) [genealogy] was the wife of James B. Dalton. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
Massa
  A. Franklin A. Franklin (1873-1951) [genealogy], was the husband of (1) Omelia and (2) Mollie Lavina. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Almeda Almeda (1872-1956) [genealogy], was the wife of Ammond D. Massa. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Ammon D. Ammon (1867-1915) [genealogy], was the husband of Almeda. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Arthur A. Arthur (1896-1973) [genealogy], was the son of A. Franklin Massa and the husband of (1) Nolie and (2) Ikelyne (Ikie). (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  Rosa Lee (Clouse) Rosa Lee (1900-1957) [genealogy] was the wife of William Erastus "W.R." Massa. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  William Erastus William Erastus (1899-1974) [genealogy], better known as "W.R." was the son of A. Franklin and Omelia Massa and the husband of Rosa Lee (Clouse) Massa. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
Nash
  Willie Mae (Massa) Willie Mae (1918-1993) [genealogy] was the daughter of William Erastus and Rosa Lee Massa and the wife of James Willie Nash. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)
  James Willie James Willie (1911-1955) [genealogy] was the husband of Willie Mae (Massa) Nash. (Photo courtesy of Ron Falconberry)

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