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Bartlett Ellendale Cemetery


...Look to the rock from which you were hewn,

and to the quarry from which you were digged. 


Isaiah 51:1 NRS version

Please scroll down.....there's MUCH to explore and consider within this site...

"Society is an open-ended partnership between generations.  The dead and the unborn are as much members of society as the living.  To dishonor the dead is to reject the relation on which society is built - a relation of obligation between generations.  Those who have lost respect for the dead have ceased to be trustees of their inheritance.  Inevitably, therefore, they lose the sense of obligation to future generations.  The web of obligations shrinks to the present tense."

Edmund Burke speaking in the 1780's in England

quoted by filmmaker Ron Maxwell in Faith in Gods and Generals



Please follow these surname links to view outline trees, biographies, photo albums, wills, obits, newspaper articles, maps, and more....organized based on our two maternal and two paternal surname lines with nearly all marriage-related surnames included or available.  Ongoing research continues...new information cheerfully considered and existing information willing shared.

Walton  Ash Sefton Kimes 
Barnes Howell  Seif Bayless
Kelly North Hay Davidson
Race Seymour Hazlett


Guylott Hopkins Gibson Pyle
Gault Manbeck Seitz McLafferty
Gilchrist Minckler Thompson McCullough
Hurl Wilder Maizland  Mitchell
Huff Kelloch Krumpe Daugherty
Backus Snow / Chellis Harvey Miller
Harvey Pillsbury Canning Donnell
+ many others + many others + many others + many others

"Yet without fantasia, the past remains dead.  To bring it to life, we need, at least ideally, to hear men's voices. . . to conjecture, on the basis of such evidence as we can gather, what may have been their experience, their forms of expression, their values, outlook, themes, ways of living.  Without this, we cannot grasp whence we came, how we came to be as we are now.  Not merely physically or biologically, and, in a narrow sense, politically and institutionally, but socially, psychologically, morally.  Without this, there can be no genuine self-understanding.  We call great historians not those who only are in full control of the factual evidence obtained by the use of the best critical methods available to them, but also possess the depths of imaginative insight that characterizes gifted novelists, and that is what we call the muse."

Philosopher Vico - fourteenth century (paraphrased by Isiah Berlin)



The Story Tellers....we are the chosen........


please click here to read WHY I am so passionate about genealogy



Just what is a Second Cousin Four Times Removed anyway?!?!


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Sharing Your Family Data Online

Bartlett Ellendale Cemetery

Shelby County, Tennessee

Inventory, History, Location & Much, Much More.......


Maintained on behalf of Bartlett United Methodist Church - Bartlett, TN


"I hear ethereal whispers, persuasive, soft and still.

    Daughter, if you don't remember us, who will?"



Submitted to the USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription project,

 the American History & Genealogy Project's Cemetery Transcription Effort,

and Interment.net Cemetery Transcription Library

Cemetery Calling Cards

"Show me the manner in which a nation cares for its dead, and 
I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender mercies 
of its people, their respect for the laws of the land and 
their loyalty to high ideals." 
William Gladstone


Our Mental Health Page


Why Do I Wear a Silver Ribbon?

To show that I care about someone with a brain illness
To help break down the barriers to treatment and support
To help eliminate the stigma against those who struggle
To show that I do believe there is HOPE through education and research

Who I Am


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This site was born on 12/29/2000

(my mother's 84th birthday)


Last Updated ~ 07/16/07


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