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Bonnie Parks (#46572149)
 member for 13 years, 3 months, 4 days
J.J. Metzler&M Sutton
McCluskey/Forest Park
Cemetery covers several hundred acres. Only way to find is with location by section and lot number. ""FAMILY service" will provide info to family/friends. Their phone is 713-928-5141.

Added by J.J. Metzler&M Sutton on Jun 21, 2016 1:25 PM

Kenneth Hockin
Angie Parks Tatum
Hi Bonnie, I have placed her in South Park Cemetery. Thanks for the information. I see her Dad is buried there. Thanks again for the information on Find A Grave Memorial# 91414085.

Ken Hockin
Alvin, Texas

Added by Kenneth Hockin on Jun 10, 2016 9:07 PM

RE: John Robert Brooks
Thank you. John Robert Sr. was born in 1877 and died in 1968 in Illinois
He is buried in Scottland, Illinois, Edgar County

Added by Maureen on May 21, 2016 7:58 AM

I saw your post that Mary Helen Craig Carnahan who was married to Harry T Carnahan is buried in the Rimersburg Cemetery. She was my sister's mother in law and she is buried in the Cedarview Memorial in Strattanville, PA.

Added by LISA MCCLAINE on May 19, 2016 4:43 AM

Joe W Tippit Sr
RE: Robinson of Burleson County
I read in a genealogical paper that the Robinsons are buried in Elizabeth's Chapel Cemetery in Burleson County Texas. I checked to see if the cemetery exists. It does exist, but is in thick woods and is not accessible to the public. Members of a very prominent family are buried there. If anyone can get me to that cemetery, it is that family. I know members of that family and I will attempt to visit the cemetery.

Thank you for the transfer.

Best regards,


Added by Joe W Tippit Sr on May 11, 2016 9:58 AM

Joe W Tippit Sr
Robinson of Burleson County
Bonnie..... William and Elizabeth Robinson are my Fourth Great-Grandparents. Are they related to you?

William #16722101
Elizabeth #16722114

I live in Lee County, but work in Burleson County. I believe they are buried in a small cemetery on private property. The cemetery is said to be in wooded land and is not accessible.

If I can get permission, I will search the cemetery for their graves.

If you are related to them, great. We are kin. If not related, are you willing to transfer them to me?

Best Regards,

Joe W. Tippit Sr.

Added by Joe W Tippit Sr on May 04, 2016 7:02 PM

Deb Morinello
RE: Taylor Carnahan
Thanks for the information about the photograph. :-) Deb

Added by Deb Morinello on Apr 10, 2016 9:22 PM

Deb Morinello
Taylor Carnahan
Thanks so much for the photograph of Taylor and Mary Ann (Walls) Carnahan. Taylor is a distant connection, my third great uncle, but I am always appreciative of seeing a picture of someone in my family tree. :-) Can you tell me anything about the provenance of the original photograph, its owner and location today? I always like to give as much information as I can about any photograph I find. My e-mail is Thanks, Deb

Added by Deb Morinello on Apr 10, 2016 1:43 PM

Ron Kocian
RE: Foust
As you wished, a photo has been placed on the Norman Foust memorial. Always a pleasure to be of service.

Added by Ron Kocian on Feb 07, 2016 10:23 PM

David Stover
William Archie Cotton
Dear Bonnie
Thank you for providing information and photos of ancestors gravesites. Keep up the good work.
I was noticing on the John C Cotton find a grave page his child William Archie Cotton's has the wrong birth and death dates. The dates listed are the dates for my Great Grandfather William Archie Cotton who was born 10 May 1855 and died 12 Feb 1929. The confusion arises because they both died in February. John C Cotton's son, William Archie Cotton was born 01 Oct 1836 and died 28 Feb 1926. In my genealogy records I use William A. Cotton for John C Cotton's son and William Archie Cotton for my Great Grandfather so I can keep them straight.
Thank you very much for your efforts.
David Stover

Added by David Stover on Dec 04, 2015 2:45 PM

Michael Cannon
RE: Summer hill/Kaylor
My pleasure. I apologize for the blur in the one photo. I have arthritis and my hands were a little wobbly that day.

Added by Michael Cannon on Nov 16, 2015 10:20 PM

Judith Nan Lewis
RE: Eubanks
Hi Bonnie,

Well, I was caught up in my work and didn't know it.

Please don't delete your memorial.

I had already sent edit and link request to him, earlier today. I looked on his profile page, and he has his messages turned off .... no email address.

It may be a very long time before he gets around to my edit & link request, and it could be that if he has so many to work through, he might loose the ones I sent.

Until Later..... God Bless,

Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Nov 02, 2015 3:38 PM

Judith Nan Lewis
RE: Eubanks
Hi Bonnie,

That will be fine. I will see if I can get him update the memorial and make links, and will get back to you.

Until Later..... God Bless,

Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Nov 02, 2015 3:18 PM

J. Bean
RE: Burgess
I would be happy t use the edit button and send you the additions instead. However, can you remind me of the particular "Burgess" family member that I sent you the transfer request for as I have been working on that family branch the last few weeks and I have made transfer requests for a few family members with the Burgess surname.

Added by J. Bean on Oct 03, 2015 1:28 PM

Marilee Stripling
RE: Parks
How do we know Sol worked in Austin as a bartender in 1846 ??? Just curious.
Your cousin,

Added by Marilee Stripling on Jul 24, 2015 5:05 PM

RE: Chandler
Bonnie -

Sorry, I have no info on the source of the obit. I just received this scrap book that apparently my mother and her mother kept. It is nearly all newspaper clippings, about half of which are obits.

They lived in Oil City PA during this time frame, so my best guess is that the source is the Oil City Derrick, but they also lived outside Rimersburg in Lawsonham earlier, so maybe the Clarion paper.

Added by Sweitzer on Jul 14, 2015 3:25 PM

RE: Manley/Campbell
Bonnie -
Lenore Chandler Manley's memorial was recently added. She is buried at Squirrel Hill.

Added by Sweitzer on Jul 12, 2015 9:58 AM

Malinda's Hope
Henrietta Hoffman Reynolds
Hi Bonnie:

Thanks for all the work you have done with the Reynolds.

Henrietta would be my fourth great aunt as her younger sister Sarah Hoffman was my gr-gr-gr grandmother (married Sampson Taylor.) So it looks like we are very distantly related.

I am researching the Hoffman family during their years in Gettysburg pre-Civil War and would love to be in touch to share information.

Marianne at

Added by Malinda's Hope on Jun 13, 2015 5:12 PM

RE: Priester
You are very welcome

Added by Angelwings on Jun 01, 2015 9:07 PM

RE: Priester
Yw I live in Ashtabula, Ohio. When I get up in Youngstown again I will have to stop into the cemetery and get a pic of the headstone for you.

Added by Angelwings on Jun 01, 2015 2:08 PM

RE: Priester
I went and use Tod Homestead Cemetery Grave search on the website and this is what comes up for his last name.

First Name Last Name Age Date of Death Section

His wife Blanche is buried there too. Here is the number to the cemetery.

Added by Angelwings on Jun 01, 2015 6:08 AM

RE: Priester
YW He is related to my relatives. he is a nephew of husband of sister-in-law of grand niece of wife of great grand uncle. Your info showed up as a hint on ancestry for me. So I went searching for more info on him and found that.

Added by Angelwings on Jun 01, 2015 4:22 AM

Michael Cannon
RE: Walls
You're welcome.

Added by Michael Cannon on May 28, 2015 11:29 AM

Lisa Stevens
RE: Smallenberger
You're welcome. Happy do it!

Added by Lisa Stevens on May 28, 2015 10:49 AM

Rich Fedoush
Claude Walls #121523772
Thank you for sending the obits. I've added them to the memorial.

Rich Fedoush

Added by Rich Fedoush on Apr 28, 2015 4:51 PM


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