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Paul Renfro (#46825118)
 member for 9 years, 5 months, 19 days
Waldheim requests
Please contact Waldheim Cemetery to get the specific burial location of your relative. There is a request form online that you can fill out. Thanks.

Added by Keri on Jul 30, 2015 10:20 PM

Dee78639n Braly
Bernice Parker
Thanks so much for the addition to Bernice Parker - she has been a favorite "Saint" of mine since I moved into Hill Country 20 years ago.
Deen Braly Find A Grave ID #47610288

Added by Dee78639n Braly on May 20, 2015 9:05 AM

Ed Harrell
RE: Hello
Hey Paul..Good to hear from you..we are all doing well, just older and slower..hope this note finds you and yours doing good as well..have often wondered if you were still tracing the leaves of our trees..Ed

Added by Ed Harrell on Apr 10, 2015 8:09 AM

Denise Liddell Allis
Mary avann
Are you related or do you know any more about her or her husband

Added by Denise Liddell Allis on Mar 23, 2015 11:09 PM

RE: Winnie Tubbs Renfro
Thank you for the info clarifying her middle name. It was most helpful.

Added by Linda on Feb 23, 2015 10:04 PM

Stephen Renfro
Was he married twice?

Linda Tubbs

Added by Linda on Feb 23, 2015 12:57 PM

Winnie Tubbs Renfro
Could you tell me who Winnie' Tubbs's Renfro husband was?

I am also researching a Winnie Tubbs but have her husband as a Middleton. All the dates are the same. I am thinking perhaps she was married twice. Do you have documentation for her middle name? I have my Winnie's middle name as Eva.
Thank you.

Added by Linda on Feb 23, 2015 12:27 PM

Kenneth Seguin
Robert P. Keith
Mr Renfro, do you know if Robert P Keith whose memorial you manage, is the same R.P. Keith who was Dallas Chief of Police during 1905-1906? Having been born in 1866 would put him at about the right age to hold office. He is the only R.P. Keith showing a memorial in Dallas County.

Added by Kenneth Seguin on Feb 21, 2015 9:36 PM

Ken Davis
Hi, Mr. Renfro...

You list Seaman Kenneth DYKE among those killed in the FORRESTAL fire - but he wasn't. DYKE was lost overboard at 0315, 29 July; the fire started at 1052. His body was not recovered.

You can review various documents associated with DYKE's Coffelt Database record by calling him up from

It doesn't make any difference, of course, but I thought I'd set the record straight.

Best regards,
Ken Davis
Member, The Coffelt Group

Added by Ken Davis on Jan 24, 2015 4:36 PM

Micky Craft
Find A Grave Memorial# 62964002
Will you please add the parents for the above memorial? Father, Isaac (# 41145487) and mother, Lena (# 41145489).

Thank you,

Added by Micky Craft on Jan 10, 2015 2:03 PM

nancy murray
find a grave
Have to do a little bragging. My oldest granddaughter, Bonna Marie Herlocher 12 years old, sings with the Treble Choir of the Gwinnett Young Singers. Tonight they sang on stage with the Atlanta Synphony at the Christmas Concert. They did 3 solo songs 2 of which were conducted by the Atlanta Symphony Conductor. I'm a proud Nana tonight. Love, Nancy

Added by nancy murray on Dec 13, 2014 9:40 PM

nancy murray
find a grave
Paul is there a photo of James William Graves? Have a safe holiday season and a Merry Christmas. Nancy

Added by nancy murray on Dec 12, 2014 7:19 PM

James Travis Lowry
Mr. Renfro, from what I gathered you might be related to his wife, hence the reason I'm writing so maybe you can pass on a message. I'm looking back at descendants of Francis William Clark and wife Mary Polly McKinney. If my comparison is right, my great great grandfather Nicholas (Nixon A) Clark and Mr. Lowry's great great grandmother Mary Frances Clark were brother and sisters. His line - Mary to son John Thomas Turner to William Travis Turner - to his mother and mine Nicholas to Thomas Howard Clark to Clovis Mitchell Clark to my father. We have sketchy info on Francis and William and an even sketchier story of Nicholas who supposedly disappeared in the Civil War. If the family has any information on this line that started in NW AL/NE MS moving west to Oklahoma and Texas, please contact me. Thank you.

Added by Val on Dec 11, 2014 9:02 PM

Cody Blue Miller
Col. Carrick White Heiskell
Hi! Would you please review your memorial for Col. Carrick White Heiskell (FindAGrave Memorial # 70150341) and remove it/merge the photo with the correct memorial for him (FindAGrave Memorial # 55432884) where he is actually interred in Elmwood Cemetery, MEMPHIS, Tennessee, not Elmwood Cemetery, JACKSON, Tennessee. Thank you so much for your attention to this! Cody Blue Miller

Added by Cody Blue Miller on Dec 07, 2014 4:26 PM

Helen Violette
Stephen Hock
Hello, I am not happy with the photo I took of Stepen Hock head stone. The area is always shaded. I will try again when I up at the cemetary.
Helen Violette

Added by Helen Violette on Nov 17, 2014 5:47 PM

Linda Parks
RE: 45412091,Jeremiah Parke
Thank you for this info. I had assumed they were brothers, but it's good to know for certain.

Added by Linda Parks on Nov 08, 2014 9:46 AM

Linda Parks
RE: 45412091,Jeremiah Parke
Yes, I have Phoebe Ann, b. 1849 (Named for her maternal g'mother, Phoebe Clemmons) marr. Milton T Westmoreland; Christopher, b. 1853, marr. Mary ___; Harvey J, b. 1854, marr. Nancy Peterson, (their children lived in Butler County, MO & are buried in cems. there); Mary A. Parke, b. 1856, marr. Robert Westmoreland; Jeremiah, b. 1858, marr. Fannie Monday.

I also have a Joseph S. but not sure he was a brother. I feel sure there must have been more, born between Phoebe & Christopher.

I have the spelling PARKE from deeds of property which Evaline FitzGerald Monday left when she died & a brother bought the others out. Plus, on Harvey J's death certificate, it's spelled Parke & the info was given by his son, John Hassel Parke. It is spelled PARK in some branches of the family, as well as Parks.

Were Robert Westmoreland & Milton brothers?

Added by Linda Parks on Nov 07, 2014 6:30 PM

Linda Parks
Fannie Parks
(P.S.) I am the one who set the markers on the graves, & appreciate the pics you posted. They were much better than mine.

Added by Linda Parks on Nov 05, 2014 11:10 AM

Linda Parks
45412091,Jeremiah Parke
Hi, I would like to manage Jeremiah's memorial. I have already posted mine, not knowing you had posted one. Also the one for Fannie Monday Parke. They were my husband's great-grandparents & I have done quite a bit of research on them. Thank you.
Linda Parks

Added by Linda Parks on Nov 05, 2014 11:08 AM

Jim Nelson
RE: Fritz and Greta Smith
Hi Paul, you are very welcome. Always glad to help, Jim

Added by Jim Nelson on Oct 27, 2014 8:13 AM

RE: Lusk, Houston National
Your Welcome

Added by KAREN LOVY on Oct 24, 2014 6:04 PM

William Nance
RE: Priesmeyer, DFW National Cemetery
Will do. I apologize for the shadow.

Added by William Nance on Oct 21, 2014 11:23 PM

Shirley Smith
James Street
Hi, Paul. I claimed your request for a photo of James Street's grave marker. I was at the cemetery today and there is no permanent marker yet, just the funeral home marker, which I photographed. I could post that to the memorial, or you could remove the current request and then request a photo later when the marker is set. Let me know what you want to do.

Added by Shirley Smith on Sep 02, 2014 5:49 PM

Anne Foreman
William 'Lynn" Foreman
Paul I would also like to manage Lynns grave, he was also my great uncle and my fathers friend - I actually have his uniform from his service in the military.

Thank you very much.

Added by Anne Foreman on Aug 29, 2014 8:35 PM

Anne Foreman
Joe Hightower Foreman
Hi there Paul, can you please transfer Joe to me? I am would like to manege his acct - he is my great uncle and was my fathers best man.

Thank you for understanding Paul

Added by Anne Foreman on Aug 29, 2014 8:33 PM


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