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Marilyn Gibbons (#46918255)
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CALVIN M. GREGORY AT VINCENT
Thanks for the correction...you were so right. Don't know how I got it posted twice.

Added by A Friend on Aug 23, 2014 4:01 PM

Ermazine Woodward
John Vincent tombstone
Is there any one in the area of the Vincent cemetery that could put my great grand fathers tombstone back on the foundation? It says a ice storm knocked it over. I live in Mi.

Added by Ermazine Woodward on Jul 20, 2014 3:42 PM

Cheryl
Ethel Bell
Death date added. Thanks for the info

Added by Cheryl on Oct 22, 2013 9:30 PM

Greene-Shemwell
Dickson
Do you have relation to Jeff Roger Dickson?

Added by Greene-Shemwell on Oct 13, 2013 11:53 PM

Sandra Brookshire Behne
Hoffmans of Runnels County
Additions added per your request. Thanks

Added by Sandra Brookshire Behne on May 22, 2013 3:38 PM

Wendi8348
Transfer
I am requesting a transfer of Find A Grave Memorial# 36013387 for Aileen Bertha Lindblad. I am her first born Grandchild and I have other information as well as Photos that I would like to add. A lot of my family has been laid to rest in the same cemetery and I will be adding their information as well.

Thank you!
Wendi

Added by Wendi8348 on May 14, 2013 10:41 AM

Kent Freeman
Bowman Paxton
Marilyn, May I copy and use the photo you added to Bowman Paxton (#43196563). He was married to the sister of my GGGrandfather.

Added by Kent Freeman on Mar 08, 2013 8:00 AM

Janet
Eva May Spruill Needham
Do you know this family? I am looking for their child born on 12-12-1931.

Thanks,
Janet

Added by Janet on Feb 24, 2013 8:55 AM

Jaybird
RE: Memorial transfer
Thanks for the transfer Marilyn.
Jaybird.

Added by Jaybird on Aug 21, 2012 11:53 PM

Jaybird
Memorial transfer
Hi Marilyn,
I would like to request a transfer for Beulah May Snider Pickening Find A Grave # 90774078. My # is 47116726. Thanks, Jaybird.

Added by Jaybird on Aug 17, 2012 10:20 PM

Jaybird
RE: Transfer request
My grandmother was Delpha Ray Snider, daughter of Jacob Snider, son of Willis Snider, son of Dr. Jacob Snider. There are also Blakes Vincents and Cross's mixed in. I'm not sure who else may be related. Thanks again for the transfer.
jaybird.

Added by Jaybird on Jun 28, 2012 11:53 PM

Jaybird
W. F. Mc Daniel transfer
Thank you very much Marilyn for the W. F. Mc Daniel #90773207 transfer. Now comes the hard part of getting all my info organized and entered correctly. Thanks again.
Jaybird.

Added by Jaybird on Jun 28, 2012 11:10 PM

Jaybird
Transfer request
Hi Marilyn,
I would like to request a transfer of my grandfather W. F. Mc Daniel # 90773207. My # is 47116726.
Thanks Jaybird.

Added by Jaybird on Jun 26, 2012 9:11 PM

Jaybird
W. F. Mc Daniel
Hi Marilyn,
W. F. Mc Daniel is my grandfather and I was hoping you would transfer ownership of his memorial to me. Thanks, Jay.

Added by Jaybird on Jun 24, 2012 11:51 PM

wolfman
Marcus Raspberry Ford
Marilyn Gibbons,

Hi. I was just wondering if you are related to Marcus Raspberry Ford. He is my cousin. He is buried in Cook Walden-Forest Oaks Memorial Park, Austin, Travis Co., TX. If your not related to them would you mind transferring them to me?

--Steven

Added by wolfman on Jan 08, 2012 6:25 PM

sharon howell
Catherine Dean in Calvary Cemetery
Hi and sorry about the first message. I hit the enter button before I had put anything in the message. Catherine Dean is buried in one of what they call the public sections. Most people that are buried in these sections do not have a markers. There was a total of about 20 markers in that section.

Sharon

Added by sharon howell on Aug 15, 2011 7:48 PM

Marsha Holder
RE: Mount Carmel Info
Happy to share the information. Marsha

Added by Marsha Holder on May 04, 2011 8:36 PM

cherokee
Julia Taylor Bate
Thank you for the nice picture.
Cherokee

Added by cherokee on Apr 25, 2011 10:36 PM

D & J Cloninger
RE: Thanks!
Marilyn,

You are more than welcome. We always appreciate getting corrections or more information on every memorial we place on Find A Grave. It is for the ancestors who someday look for their loved ones.

So Thank You, for sending me her maiden name.

Judi

Added by D & J Cloninger on Mar 26, 2011 7:21 AM

macw
RE: Tommy Jack Claunch in Mitchell Cemetery
Done,

Thanks, Marilyn

Added by macw on May 07, 2010 6:26 PM

DEBB
Re: Stephen H. Crawley
I have added the information you have so
kindly sent me.
Also, I have noted the source of my information, as you should receive credit for this.
Thank you.
DEBB

Added by DEBB on Apr 28, 2010 10:33 AM

Barry Smith
RE: Eliazbeth Hagler Pic
Your very welcome , let me know of you need any more pictures taken.

Added by Barry Smith on Feb 25, 2010 8:46 AM

Jonathan Hart
Rachel Sparks
Hi Marilyn, I see you left flowers on the memorial site for Rachel Sparks. Are you related to her? She was my ggggGrandmother. I am interested to hear from you if we are related. Thanks, Jon

Added by Jonathan Hart on Nov 24, 2009 10:00 PM

Geno-seeker
RE: San Marcos-Blanco Cemetery
Do you have a better picture to post? I found a transcription on-line, but would like a photo for others to read.

Transcription:
San Marcos-Blanco Cemetery - In 1893 five trustees of the newly formed San Marcos and Blanco Cemetery Association purchased 10.62 acres of land from w. O. and Leonora Hutchison. The trustees were Henry Richardson, Luckey McQueen, Wyatt Newman, James Langdon and Miles Bowes. The land purchased was intended for use as a cemetery by the African American citizens of the communities of Nance's Mill and Mountain City, together known as the Blanco community. The graveyard site was located midway between the two communities. The earliest recorded burial was that of Emma Hamilton in August 1886, indicating the land was in use as a graveyard prior to the land purchase. The site was called the San Marcos Colored Cemetery. More than 300 graves are marked with headstones and exist along with numerous unmarked graves. among those buried here are teachers, farmers and ministers. The site has also been used as a paupers' burial ground and was sometimes referred to as the paupers' plot. In 1981 the name was officially changed to the San Marcos Community Cemetery and in 1996 the original name was restored to the san Marcos-Blanco Cemetery. The site is still active and is maintained by the cemetery association. (1997)

Added by Geno-seeker on May 06, 2009 5:45 AM

Barry Smith
RE: Eliazbeth Hagler Pic
Your welcome , if I can be of further help, let me know.

Added by Barry Smith on Apr 29, 2009 9:32 PM

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