Contact Me

This page is used for inquires or comments about this site. To find out more about the Chumley Research Group or for any other information about the Chumley Family Tree, you can post a message here and I will get back to [sounds like an answering machine message doesn’t it] or you can email me at the email address below.  Please put CHUMLEY/CHUMBLEY RESEARCH PROJECT in the subject line, so I know it is not spam.

Kathy Chumley

9 replies to Contact Me
  1. I’m trying to find out more about the Chumley’s. My great grandfather was Ruben Chumley born in Claiborne County TN.

  2. I am trying to get information on my great great grandfather father his name was Cornelius Chumbley if you can help I KNOW HE WAS FROM ky

  3. Kathy, this is Rylynn Ernest. You tried to contact me by face book, but I do not have a face book account.
    My grandmother was Ida Jeanette Chumley, daughter of James Franklin Chumley and Mary Jane Phillips.

  4. I came across your website and wanted to check in to let you know that I have been doing research on the Robert Green Chumbley line for sometime. He was a son Andrew Chumbley (1803-1892). Robert Green Chumbley was born on 7 July 1828 in Claiborne County, TN and died on 9 Mar 1917 in Grundy County, Missouri. He is my 2nd great grandfather. Her married Louisa Jane Tarter 28 Feb 1849 in Pulaski County, KY. They settled in Grundy County, MO and had 8 children. Louisa died in Jamesport, Missouri 31 Mar 1875. I have amassed quite a bit of information on his descendants. As you can imagine it is a continuing project. I am trying to clean up the data I have and maybe you will find it useful. Let me know.

  5. I came across your blog while looking for history of the area. We moved to Shaw Hollow Rd in Claiborne county 2 years ago and love the area. The railroad runs along the hill behind our home, just south of the trestle.

    1. Hey Dennis, thank your for your comment. I love the Lonesome Valley area and the railroad. A few weeks ago I was able to view from a boat the trestle that crosses Powell River. The land adjacent to that trestle, on the Tazewell side of the river, was my ancestors land on my mother’s side of the family.

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