|Invenio Sepulchrum||Mayme DeBilzan|
Did your Aunt Babe ever tell you about her experiences in Oregon? I am writing a book about the mental hospital where she worked. Thanks! Eric
Added by Invenio Sepulchrum on Dec 23, 2014 7:36 PM
|jamie brown||Champion Cemetery. Williamson County Texas.|
Hi, Pauline Brown Champion parents memorial numbers are Fathers is 51197878 and Mothers is 15838610. Would you link them for me. Please Email me when you do at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by jamie brown on Nov 25, 2014 4:59 PM
|Lynda Duncan Miles||Charlie Lindell "Huldy" Mather headstone photo|
Hello, Huldy is my great Uncle. You have placed two of the same headstone photos on his memorial, and I am asking if you will please remove one of them. It's a nice photo, but we only need one. Thank you
Added by Lynda Duncan Miles on Jul 19, 2014 7:50 AM
Hello and thank you so much for the Ramsey transfer. I really appreciate it. I also thank you so much for preserving our history! Pam
Added by Pam on Dec 27, 2011 10:54 PM
|Jeri Primm||Ronald Morgan Sr|
Thanks so much for putting up this Memorial of my father i was just wondering how you are related.I also wondering if i can take over his Memorial.If not their are corrections need to be done.
Jeri Anne Morgan Primm
Added by Jeri Primm on Sep 16, 2011 11:03 AM
|Kayla Jackson-Russell||Memorial# 18541502|
Could you please go back and edit the 'famous' option for this person?
He is one of my great grandfathers. He settled this area thru out Williamson County. He was one of the very first Texas Rangers.
Added by Kayla Jackson-Russell on Jul 22, 2011 9:01 PM
Thanks for the transfer of Mary "Polly" McNutt. I have had fun this afternoon adding to her bio. I want to make them complete and link to all of the kids as I find them!
Added by DeDe on Jul 07, 2011 7:27 PM
Thanks for all the linking for me. They are all in the Merchant line. Children and their children. Down from Tennesse Merchant and George Yates.
Added by Sandi on Jul 02, 2011 6:26 PM
|DeDe||McNutts in the McNutt-Allen Cemetery|
I would like to request that you transfer the entries for the McNutts in the McNutt-Allen Cemetery to me.
Edna McNutt # 25720309
Lola Kate McNutt # 25720181
Major Robert McNutt # 25720181
Great Great Great Great Grandpa - Major Robert McNutt is the father of Robert Brice McNutt buried in Kenney, Tx in Montgomery Cemetery.
Great Great Great Grandpa - Robert Brice McNutt is the father of Nathan Bush McNutt buried in Kenney, Tx in Concord Cemetery.
Great Great Grandpa - Nathan Bush McNutt is the father of James Landes (Jim) McNutt buried at Oak Knoll Cemetery in Bellville.
Great Grandpa - James Landes (Jim) McNutt is the father of Guy Landes McNutt buried in West Gethsemane Cemetery in Rosenberg, Tx
Grandpa - Guy Landes McNutt is the father of my Mother, Sandra Kay McNutt Sullivan.
Lola and Edna were his Grandchildren from his son John Hamilton Money McNutt (Dr. John Hamilton Money was the Dr. who delivered him and promised 100 head of cattle to Major Robert McNutt when the baby reached age 21 if he was named after him. He did receive the cattle).
The Allen Family buried there were related by marriage when his daughter Martha E. McNutt married Benjamin J. Allen November 16, 1843.
She is supposed to be buried in the McNutt Allen Cemetery.
DeDe Sullivan # 46519357
Added by DeDe on Jul 01, 2011 10:03 AM
|Jenella Durham||RE: Photo of Lelia Hunt grave site|
You are welcome.
Added by Jenella Durham on Jun 04, 2011 5:55 AM
It has been awhile since I talked to you about merchant line. I was wondering if you could tell me how to find the Death Certificates for Texas. I had the site at one time but cant find it now.
Thank you for your time
Added by Sandi on May 16, 2011 1:42 PM
|Robert Pope||Tow Cemetery|
Most of the Morgans are relatives and all the Popes in Tow Cemetery. Charles M Morgan married Josie Pope daughter of Allen T Pope my great grandfather and my great grandmother is Fannie J Morgan Pope All this is just to let you know who I am. All this to say simple THANK YOU for all your hard work. I am very apprective. For all you have done.
Added by Robert Pope on May 04, 2011 10:52 PM
|Anonymous Graver||Morgan photo request|
If you'd like to submit another photo request for this person, let's just say I can help you now.
Added by Anonymous Graver on Mar 09, 2011 7:48 PM
|None to be forgotten||RE: Mildred Louisa Brown|
I transferred the ownership of this grave this morning. Sorry it took so long, I have an injury to my hand which requires daily physical therapy and I haven't been home much.
There are now TWO memorials in the system for Mildred. To avoid duplication, I would recommend asking for the transfer and then adding your information so that only one memorial exists. Also, it would be helpful to include the memorial number(s) so they would be easier to find.
Yes, there is a Utica cemetery (Oakwood). I live about 4 miles from Utica. The cemetery is pretty much in the middle of town - which is very small. There is a picture of it under Oakwood Cemetery, Winona County, Minnesota.
Added by None to be forgotten on Jun 20, 2010 7:33 AM
|John Christeson||Mount Horeb Cemetery|
I notice that you have taken a photo of this cemetery.
My Question is that since there is no sign there how did you determine the cemetery name. Gabriel Mills is also susposed to be here next to it and there is no sign for that cemetery either.
Can you solve this riddle.
John J. christeson
Added by John Christeson on Jun 04, 2010 3:07 PM
|Sandi||RE: Laura Merchant grave picture|
Thank You for your reply and information. I have found Berry's Memorial and read it. Edward Merchant is my 3rd Great Grandfather.Isabella and John were my 2nd. I have found another Merchant ancestor so maybe we can find her one day. I know who your sister is, she has helped me also and transferred some memorials.
Thanks again and tell her hi for me.
Added by Sandi on Apr 15, 2010 4:10 PM
|mary beth marchant||John Jack Champion in Champion Cemetery|
I was wondering if anyone knows whether the other persons buried in the Champion Cemetery,-the ones who did not live too long-were children of John and Naomi Standifer Champion. John Champion's sister Louisa Mae-married Samuel Lloyd-Louisa Mae Champion Lloyd died in Arkansas in 1920. She was born in 1834 in Alabama.
Added by mary beth marchant on Nov 04, 2009 2:35 AM
|genpmac||RE: Photos of Eacono, Gurich graves|
You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by genpmac on Aug 27, 2009 7:06 PM
Hi I just finished your photo request I also added Addie, Ruby, and Fay with photos.
Added by sarah on May 06, 2009 1:01 PM
I know you sent a reply but nothing was there ....
Added by Deb on Mar 16, 2009 11:09 AM
|Dudley Farr||Burris Cemetery|
I have some information that I would like to enter on James Madison Burris' memorial. He was known as JM Burris. He came to Texas in the fall of 1837. He didn't make it to Williamson Co. until 1848. He was my wife's great-great grandfather. Her dad's mother was a Burris (through James H burried in the Weir cemetery). I visited the Burris cemetery with my wife's dad. It was very much grown up at that time (in the '70s or early 80s). He passed away in 1982.
Added by Dudley Farr on Mar 03, 2009 8:35 AM