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Nahm (#46866330)
 member for 7 years, 9 months, 20 days
Julia L. Stern 16498594
Hi. I am researching family history and my nephews are descended from Julia L. Stern. Do you happen to have any additional information on her (e.g., maiden name, names of her parents)? Thank you for any information you can share.

Added by KEmery on Sep 13, 2011 7:19 PM

Mahettable Brown
Yup, thanks, I know - I haven't had time to update some of my memorials.

Added by Barbara on Sep 12, 2011 8:37 PM

Eric J. Brock
Cora Cline
Regarding the memorial of Cora Bellew Cline (#28086544), she was born in Camden, MO in May 1866 (there are discrepancies among sources as to the exact day in May). I thought (and hope) you might want to add this information to her memorial, which now reads "unknown" for date/place of birth. I have added a photo of her with additional info in the caption.

Added by Eric J. Brock on Aug 15, 2011 9:58 PM

Hi there. I noticed that you maintain Laura Locoul Gore's page as well as some of her family's pages (including her mother, Desiree Locoul). I see that Laura's older ancestors are not on findagrave and wondered if you might know of anyone in Louisiana that might be interested in adding them? Many are buried in St. James Church cemetery in St. James parish or else in New Orleans. Just curious! Thanks

Added by Lowrey81 on Jul 24, 2011 9:09 AM

Estelle Hyams
I just wanted to let you know that I corrected the date of birth for Estelle Hyams and I added her maiden name. Thank you so much for the heads up on that!

Added by Pami on Jul 12, 2011 8:21 AM

RE: Hyams Graves
That is great! Thank you for letting me know.

Added by Pami on Jun 26, 2011 5:39 AM

Don Temples
Horan Family - Austin, Texas
Nahm, thank you for the additional pictures of John Horan's grave, and adding his children's grave records and pictures.

He had a son named Thomas J. Horan who was listed in the 1880 US Census as an invalid living with his mother in Austin. I assume he died by 1890 or so, but have not been able to verify this.

John's wife Catherine Agnes is last listed as living in a boarding house with their youngest daughter Kate in Houston in 1900. I am unsure when or where they died, but am guessing that Catherine is buried by her son John H. Horan, husband of Augusta Everitt, in Houston.

Again, thank you for your help in the photos of the Horans. I lived in Austin for more than 10 years and did not know that these graves existed. Now that I live out of state, I have learned more about my Horan ancestors. All best.

Added by Don Temples on Feb 21, 2011 1:44 PM

S. G. Williams
Jack Borden
sorry a senior moment for got to put the obit for jack
Parker County legend Jack Borden, 102-year-old practicing attorney and former Weatherford mayor, died Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, at a Weatherford hospital. Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Monday at First Baptist Church in Weatherford, at the corner of Palo Pinto and Alamo streets. Interment: East Greenwood Cemetery, Weatherford. Visitation: 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at White's Funeral Homes, located at 130 Houston Ave. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Scholarship Fund of First Baptist Church, 221 West Church St., Weatherford, Texas 76086, and/or Weatherford College. Mr. Borden was honored in 2008 as America’s outstanding oldest worker, a tribute that he deserved, according to lifelong friend Roy Grogan. "Jack was not only America's most outstanding oldest worker, he excelled at living," Grogan said. "I've known Jack and his family since I was a kid. I knew his family and I came home to Weatherford from a career with the FBI to go into law partnership with him. He described himself as a country lawyer and that's what he was. He was humble, honest forthright, capable and highly intelligent. "His love of the law, life and people was unexcelled. He truly deserved every honor he received," Grogan said. Mr. Borden was honored in February 2010 when Jack Borden Way, named in his honor which connects Santa Fe Drive to Fort Worth Highway at Denton Street, opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attending by about 80 local dignitaries, including city council members, staffers, representatives of the Texas Department of Transportation and the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce, on hand. In August 2010, former Speaker of the House Jim Wright was present to celebrate Mr. Borden's many accomplishments and today in a telephone interview described him as a good example. "He was an inspiration to people my age. He spoke at my Weatherford College graduation. His speech has stuck with me all these years. I always got encouragement from Jack," Speaker Wright said. Parker County Judge Mark Riley also lauded Mr. Borden's abilities. "It was an honor to have Jack Borden practice probate in my court. Always, professional, with a sense of humor that we will all miss," Riley said. Mr. Borden traveled to Washington, D.C. in September 2008 to be recognized as Texas' Outstanding Older Worker of the Year, an award given by Experience Works, the nation's largest non-profit training and employment organization for older workers. An attorney since 1935, Mr. Borden was the oldest member of the State Bar of Texas and was the nation's oldest living former FBI agent. He served as mayor of Weatherford from 1960 to 1964 and was selected Outstanding Citizen of Weatherford in 2005. Mr. Borden was born Aug. 5, 1908, eight miles east of Weatherford on Clear Fork Creek, now a part of Lake Weatherford. The son of tenant farmers or share croppers John Samuel Borden and Bess Wallis, he grew up in what was known as the Borden community. He graduated from Weatherford College in 1931 and from University of Texas Law School in 1936. He was elected as Parker County district attorney in 1938 and went into the FBI in 1942. He was a charter member of the Parker County Sheriff's Posse formed in 1947. He was preceded in death in 2006 by the love of his life, wife of 66 years, Edith Jordan Borden, a lifelong resident and historian of Parker County who was a legend for her research of Texas history and her church work at First Baptist Church of Weatherford. Mr. Borden was a longtime and faithful member of First Baptist Church also. Survivors: Mr. Borden is survived by nephew and law partner, John Westhoff and wife, Sue Ann, of Weatherford; great-niece, Paige Westhoff of Dallas; and great-nephew, U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. John Trenton Westhoff and wife, Amy, and their daughter, Corrine, of Pensacola, Fla.; nephew, Leo W. Tiberghian III of Waxahachie; brother, C.B. Borden of Fort Worth; niece, Nancy Borden O'Neal of Fort Worth; niece, Susie Borden Gandy of Fort Worth; nephew, Eddie Borden of Fort Worth; niece, Traci Layman Brown of Lubbock; niece, Terri Layman Short of Austin; niece, Betty Thompson; niece, Linda Thompson; and numerous great-nieces and great-nephews.

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Added by S. G. Williams on Jan 23, 2011 10:39 AM

S. G. Williams
Jack Borden 64477361
another obit for Jack and thought you might want to include it and put the place of burial. thanks

Added by S. G. Williams on Jan 23, 2011 10:37 AM

Hi, Nahm,
Thank You for stopping by and leaving a tribute to my cat Chuck. I sincerely appreciate it!

Take Care,


Added by Mary on Jan 02, 2011 12:19 PM

Jane Aronhalt
RE: Debbie Kunze
Debbie was a good friend and I was happy to do it.

Added by Jane Aronhalt on Nov 17, 2010 6:28 PM

Jerry C. Goldsmith
Bowman and Goldsmith


Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Oct 27, 2010 5:13 PM

Jerry C. Goldsmith
Clarence Bowman and Clara Bell Bowman

I saw your flower for Clarence Bowman (16558494) and was wondering if he was married to Clara Bell Goldsmith-Bowman (8851053). The only info that I have for Clara is her name and her parents's names unless this is her on Find Grave. I was not aware of Samuel Bowman until I pulled up the NM death notice for Clarence D Bowman.

I also saw several Goldsmith surnames that you maintain the memorials.

I am wondering what line of Goldsmiths this might be. If we are related I would love to share information.

Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Oct 27, 2010 12:06 AM

Andrew Jackson Hamilton - Oakwood
Hi sorry to tell you, but this is a duplicate memorial. There is another which was recorded 1999 and is maintained by Find A Grave.

Added by Xanarama on Sep 20, 2010 6:40 PM

Virginia Dallas
Tahnk you very much for GreatAunt Ginny's obituary. I wasn't even aware that she had passed. Very Sad. At least I could tell all the other family, none of whom knew either. I guess Ginny's daughter Susan hasn't told anyone. Thanks again.


Added by Brian on Aug 12, 2010 2:03 PM

Grave Hunters
Blanche Hallmark
Thank you for the information on the middle and maiden name for Blanche Hallmark. I have corrected the memorial.
Take care,

Added by Grave Hunters on Jun 13, 2010 4:05 PM

Bruce Wertz
Montefiore Cemetery Las Vegas, New Mexico
At the Montefiore Cemetery in Las Vegas, New Mexico, you seem to have made duplicate momorials

1. Babette Danziger
2. Charles Fellner
3. Jacob Graff.

You may want to delete one memorial for each.

Bruce Wertz

Added by Bruce Wertz on Jun 03, 2010 1:28 PM

Michael Goodnight
Mary Goodnight Photo
Thanks so much for taking the headstone photo for Mary Goodnight.

May I have your permission to use the photo in my data?

Added by Michael Goodnight on Mar 07, 2010 5:53 AM

Caroline Hyams LaBatt
Hi there! I was actually just walking through and taking pictures of beautiful or interesting looking markers here and there so I don't think I looked for Abraham in particular. But I do rememeber where to find Caroline's marker so the next time I stop by i'll be sure to look out for Abraham's for you :)

Added by Novembersfirst on Feb 28, 2010 12:28 PM

Lamb Family
You are so welcome, Deana. T was amazed that I didn't see those other family members before, but that may be due to the fact that it was nearly dark when I first took the photo of Docy's marker :-)

Added by Susann on Feb 17, 2010 10:35 AM

Kathy Burr
RE: Levy & Deussen
Hi!! my email has a problem, but if u email me first then i can reply!

Added by Kathy Burr on Jan 29, 2010 10:29 AM

P Black-Avitts
RE: Katz family
They were such a very known family here, they had a retail store or some kind of chain of stores, it was hard to find thier obits. Now that I have exact dates I will look tomorrow for thier obits.
If by chance in the future, please add a family photo or two. Even If I found them with the obits I cannot use them due to copyright violation.
But I will gander for them in the morning. Thanks so much for the info. Is Sophie & Mamie both have the same maiden name, or did I mess up? Maybe the obits will tell me.

Added by P Black-Avitts on Aug 08, 2009 9:26 PM

P Black-Avitts
All Done
It is really a neat plot. All the Katz all in a row. If I remember correctly there was 3-4 large headstones then all the little ones in front. Surly a sight to see and appreciate.
Thanks for the info.

Added by P Black-Avitts on Aug 08, 2009 3:58 PM

Redfords in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery
I found Alice Redford Yancey in the Glasgow Cemetery:

Earlier this year I also posted Emma Redford and Frances Redford in the same cemetery.

Are any of these three your relatives?

Added by chcobe on Jul 21, 2009 7:30 AM

Samuel Kerr
He was my great grandfather I have a copy of his signature. It is actually spelled Hayes. Deb

Added by Oldergraver on Apr 26, 2009 8:43 PM


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