|Lorene Frazier||Lola Bell Garrison Seeders|
Debbie, I have always been under the assumption that my aunt was buried in a cemetery on NE 28th Street in Fort Worth, Texas. The only cemetery I can find is Mitchell Cemetery and it looks like they only have four occupants. I don't remember exactly when she died but somewhere around 1940-1950. Do you know if there are others buried in that cemetery? Thanks for your help. Lorene
Added by Lorene Frazier on May 03, 2015 3:42 PM
|Texasnmyheart||Samuel A. Tomlinson|
Debbie, would you please write to me directly at email@example.com regarding the photos of Samuel A. Tomlinson's burial markers? His Find-a-grave memorial is 70977498. I have a favor to ask. I am the person who created the memorial. Thanks so much.
Added by Texasnmyheart on May 03, 2015 12:37 PM
|Rita Filler||Donald Lane|
I recently inherited Donald Lane's memorial. Dale passed away and his brother requested Dale's memorials be fostered out. I noticed Donald (memorial #60185844) has no headstone. Do you know if he has one by now? If not do you have any idea how we can request a military stone for him? As I understand it, the military will supply the stone. I just feel that NO veteran should go in an unmarked grave.
Added by Rita Filler on Apr 29, 2015 9:34 AM
|Amber Gullett||Amber Graham|
I want to thank you for what you do first.I have been looking for my mothers grave since I was a child. I was wondering if you have ever seen anyone at her grave site?When I was 15 months old she passed.I have never met her family.I was raised by my father.I recently found out I have two brothers.Same mother different fathers.Does anyone visit her grave?I know when I was a kid she had no headstone so it was done later in life.Who did that? Please email me if you can give me any info.
Added by Amber Gullett on Apr 22, 2015 8:07 AM
|Fred Adlam||Grave sites|
I had an Aunt that was born Nature Fournier & another Aunt born Aurora Borealis Fournier, daughters of Andre Fournier, who is buried at Oakwood in Ft Worth.
Nature was born 23 Sept, 1898, died 25 Dec,1984 & her Obit from Ft Worth Star Telegram states she would be buried @ Shannon Rose Hill.
She was married 4 times & her Will shows her using Nature Fournier Davis Miller. In talking with Shannon's, they say she was not buried there under any combination of these names.
Aurora was married at least twice, Pollitt being the first, then Wade Langley.
Aurora was born 10 Oct, 1899, died 18 March, 1980.
The probated Will for Aurora lists a charge from Greenwood Funeral for services rendered, but Greenwood has no listing of her burial. Her brother, Andre Fournier is located @ Greenwood along with his wife.
Will you please make any suggestions as to where I might look to find their burial sites.
Many thanks, Fred Adlam
Added by Fred Adlam on Apr 13, 2015 1:36 PM
Thank you for the transfer of John and Mary Vollett! Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Apr 13, 2015 1:30 AM
|ShaRon||Kate Rabinovitch Mandel|
spouse of Alter Mandel, who is interred in Ahavath Sholom Cemetery (memorial # 29191082). I'm guessing Kate is probably interred there as well, but she does not show up on F.A.G. search. Can you help with this?
Added by ShaRon on Apr 12, 2015 4:56 PM
|Don & Mary Cavender||RE: Roy Ellis Mathews|
You're very welcome.
Don and Mary
Added by Don & Mary Cavender on Apr 12, 2015 9:13 AM
I have been trying to find what became of my grandmother's brother, Lewis/Louis Tuck. His wife was Annie (Stern). There is a death cert for your Louis Tuck, who died of knife wounds at age 44 in 1918 (>b 1873 or 74). There is a Hellandbrand Family Tree on Ancestry which indicates that this is the same person I am looking for.
The information I have is that my grandfather's brother was born in 1883 in Lithuania (Russia).
Do you have any further information on the Louis who is buried in Ft.Worth?
Added by barkas on Mar 29, 2015 8:09 PM
|crawlings||Thorp T. D. Andrews|
May I share some information with you on memorials that you have set up at Oakwood Cemetery, Tarrant County, Ft. Worth, TX? Thorp T. D. Andrews was married twice. His first wife was Mary Sanford who died in 1895. He then married a second time to Mary Offutt Adams. The memorial for Maymie Adams Andrews, #3939003 is actually a duplicate of the memorial for Mary O. Andrews. Perhaps this memorial for Maymie could be deleted and the Maymie added as a nickname on the memorial for Mary O. Andrews. Also, perhaps Mary O. Andrews could be linked to her husband, Thorp T. D. Andrews. Thank you.
Added by crawlings on Mar 29, 2015 11:59 AM
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||Catherine (Gardner) Watkins|
Thank you for pointing out my error. It was a mis-type on my part. I have corrected it now. I hope you will now consider linking Joseph Gardner Watkins to his mother.
Added by Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes on Mar 25, 2015 4:55 PM
|KJ Heald||Sally Womack|
Sorry, I hit the enter button too soon. The only info I have is on this site:
Added by KJ Heald on Mar 17, 2015 2:18 PM
|KJ Heald||Sally L. Womack|
Added by KJ Heald on Mar 17, 2015 2:16 PM
|ManyNobles||Mattie Hosea Reeves|
Greetings Debbie !
I want to thank you for all the help you have given families through your work with Find A Grave.....
The family photo which you have attached to the above-referenced is Not the Mattie Hosea Reeves in your picture. I know this as Mattie Reeves is a very Close relative !
Thank you !
Added by ManyNobles on Mar 06, 2015 8:44 PM
|Rena Randall||John Nash|
This is a bit of a long shot but I am trying to find a great uncle of mine who travelled with his brother to USA in the 1880s.His brother ( my grandfather) returned sometime in the 1890s but he remained. I am in possession of a letter that he sent from Fort Worth dated 1892 to his dad back here in England,
I would love to be able to give this letter to his direct descendants but am struggling to find any. It is a great letter detailing his travels across America inc encounters with native Americans and buffalo hunting!
If you know of any graves that might match to him I would be really grateful.
Rena Randall (nee Nash)
Added by Rena Randall on Mar 05, 2015 6:11 AM
|aoutcalt||Henry O. Outcalt|
Hi Debbie, thank you for your note regarding the husband of Susan Compton Worden. Henry O. Outcalt has long been a mystery to my research. I now am in possession of of a number of records where our ancestors confirm in writing that he died at sea. Although, I don't have the exact ship etc., it has been confirmed he died at sea. I recently visited Rutgers University where my ancestor William Judson Outcalt Jr., donated his genealogy works and he also confirmed that Henry O. Outcalt died and was buried at sea. I appreciate your interest and feeback,but, I am very certain he died at sea.
Added by aoutcalt on Feb 15, 2015 6:06 PM
Thanks so much for the very nice and informative bio you've posted to Campbell Poynor's memorial. It has helped me to finally find the correct maiden name for a lady in one of the lines of our Winkler family.
Added by Shirley Bray on Jan 19, 2015 8:05 PM
|djyancey||J T Yancy|
Thanks for the info on J T Yancy
are you a descendant?
Added by djyancey on Jan 19, 2015 6:32 PM
Hi, just wanted to let you know the wrong marker picture is on this memorial.
Added by Dorcas Garrett on Jan 18, 2015 9:38 AM
Hi, Debbie. Thanks for creating a memorial for my dad's cousin Linda and for the transfer.
Added by Jillian Westerfield on Jan 08, 2015 1:52 PM
|Dona Paust||Robert Fredrick Efflandt|
Hello, Robert is my son, I was at his grave this past Monday. What do you want from me to transfer this record to me?
1st Marriage Efflandt
He is buried in the far back of Mt. Olivet in Fort Worth, Texas.
Your posting on this website was brought to my attention via my membership to ancestry.com. I look forward to your prompt response.
Added by Dona Paust on Dec 31, 2014 9:40 PM
|Mitchell Musgrove||Robert Gulledge|
Thank You for transferring Robert to me
Added by Mitchell Musgrove on Dec 11, 2014 11:00 AM
|Linda Cancilla||Hattie Simms|
Debbie, I want to thank you for photographing the location of Hattie's gravesite with the notation "Hattie Simms, No marker."
I think that is an excellent way to designate that the person is buried there but there is no marker. It keeps different people from requesting the same gravesite over and over.
I am photographing a cemetery by me and I am going to start doing the same thing. It's a great idea.
Added by Linda Cancilla on Nov 17, 2014 8:55 PM
Are you familiar with Mana Marshall Wallace 68787196 at Mount Olivet in Fort Worth?
Added by Janet on Nov 03, 2014 6:05 PM
|Teresa Essex||RE: Mary Ann Davis' mother|
Thank you for the information. I guess I need to look at bit more.
Added by Teresa Essex on Oct 22, 2014 8:45 AM