Steve Weddle, I can answer some of your questions.I am a descendant of the family of Ophelia Robbins, d/o Thomas B. Robbins and Matilda Hester Norris, b. 26 Feb 1862 in GA, who md. 17 Feb 1878, probably in Marion Co, TN, to William Melton Weddle, son of Amos D. Weddle. William and Ophelia had six children: J. Peter Weddle, J.G.R. Weddle, Nelly Weddle, Bashford A. Weddle, Aubry Weddle, and Hester S.E. Weddle.J.G.R. and Nelly Weddle died young. William Melton, his father Amos D. Weddle, and his father-in-law Thomas B. Robbins as well as his daughter Nelly are buried in the Aetna Cemetery near Whiteside in southeast Marion Co, TN.The Weddles and the Robbinses were coal miners.Do you have any information on how these men died?Was there a coal mine accident?William died 22 Dec 1890 and Thomas B. Robbins died 5 Nov 1890.I do not recall the date of Amos' death.Please contact me through email for more information on the Weddle family if you are interested.I would like to compare notes and exchange information. In a book about the Civil War in GA found at the Oklahoma Historical Library in OKC, I found a story about "The Dade County Invincibles" of Dada Co, Ga, which included in its ranks Amos Weddle and probably his brother, as I recall his name was Byron or something similar to that.I will have to look up the material, but as I recall the brother may have lived near Amos in Marion Co TN in the 1870 or 1880 census. Looking forward to hearing from you, Steve.