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Robin Inge (#47087606)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 2 days
Marolyn Brewster
George Washington Matthews
George Washington Matthews is my great uncle. He was born in Big Coon, Jackson County, Alabama. His father was William James Matthews known as Pucheon Jim who was born in Matthews Cove, Jackson County, Alabama. (12 AUG 1827 in Mathews Cove, Jackson, Alabama;Death aft 1884 in Stevenson, Alabama. His mother was Ellender "Ellen" Walker (Birth 1837 in Jackson County, Alabama; Death BEF 1873 in Jackson County, Alabama) His siblings were:

1854 1936

Sarah L. Matthews

John Wiley Matthews

Mary Ann Matthews
1863 1938

Martha E. Matthews

Added by Marolyn Brewster on Mar 25, 2015 5:22 AM

West Shady Grove Cemetery
I just wanted to let you know....that is a beautiful picture. I don't live too far away from here. I was amazed with this picture.

Added by June on Oct 05, 2011 6:32 AM

C. L. Hines
Friendship cemetery
There is an M. C. Cordell already listed for this cemetery, Could it be the same as Mayberry C. Cordell? Look in the Friendship site for M. C. and see if you think it is the same. the person that posted has been taking the photos and making a memorial for them, if the same ask her for a transfer.

Added by C. L. Hines on Dec 26, 2010 7:40 PM

Pat Jackson
RE: Nancy E. Banta
Hi Robin,

Thanks. My grandmother Lena Belle Banta married into the Free family. It was Richard and Sarah (Sally) Free that I think may be buried in one of those cemeteries. But as you know - any Banta that might be there would be related to us. Thanks for looking if you have the time.

Merry Christmas!

Added by Pat Jackson on Dec 21, 2010 10:47 AM

RE: Doc Cordell Memorial # 60727895
Hi Robin, I've been working with the TXGenWeb to photograph that cemetery. I will get back out there next week and get the photos of the graves for Oscar and Della. I'm transferring this memorial over to you since you are family. Let me know if you would like anymore. Thanks, Janie

Added by Janie on Dec 18, 2010 7:38 PM

John Manning
Ira T. Reynolds
Thank-you Robin for posting the page for Mr. reynolds. I was just about to make one, but you beat me to it. Good Work! :)

Added by John Manning on Nov 18, 2010 7:43 PM

Find AL Graves 2
Winnie Carpenter
I noticed that you posted a photo of Winnie Carpenter. She is my grandmother's sister. I am researching my Carpenter "roots". If you are interested in genealogy information, please contact me at

Added by Find AL Graves 2 on Mar 26, 2010 12:51 PM

J.A. & D.S.
RE: Clarence Evans
No, I am not related to Mr Evans but when I read his memorial, I wanted to pay my respects. Also he looks a lot like my great grandfather Alcide. I hope you didn't mind me leaving flowers. Let me know.
Have a wonderful new year,
Jessica A.

Added by J.A. & D.S. on Dec 27, 2009 11:40 PM

Robin,I cannot help you with the WALKERS, in Ringgold, Texas. I was paying my respect as I left my token.

May your home be filled with happiness at Xmas & throughout the coming 2010 New Year.

Added by purple-lady on Dec 21, 2009 6:59 AM

J.A. & D.S.
RE: Walkers
A good friend of mine had Finest Walker in one of her virtual cemeteries and I wanted to pay my respects. He might be related to her but she has recently been in the hospital so she asked me to put flowers on the people in her virtual cemetery. Her grandmother was a Walker before she got married and so she leaves flowers for all Walkers. Just now she is hospitalized. I will ask she contact you when she is out of the hospital which will be after the new year. She is quite sick. Have a nice day,
Jessica A.

Added by J.A. & D.S. on Dec 15, 2009 12:35 PM

Tammy Oveross
RE: Clarks
Sure I will! I'll try to work on it this weekend. Now that Mattie and I are both back at school, life is running 90 to nothing!

Added by Tammy Oveross on Aug 26, 2009 9:59 PM

RE: Mable and David Short
Would be more than happy to transfer them to you. But I can't find them on findagrave. Which cemetery are they listed in? Once I know this, they are yours.

Added by June on Aug 17, 2009 11:53 PM

Highland - Myrick
Dear Robin - thank you so very much for visiting Highland Cemetery in March to take photos of the graves of my Myrick relatives. My apologies for the tardy thank you, but I found I had a serious health issue in this timeframe and my life fell apart. Thank you so very much for being a FindAGrave photo volunteer. Your work is much appreciated.

Added by SLGMSD on Aug 03, 2009 9:50 AM

Pat Jackson
RE: Nancy E. Banta

Thank you so much for the picture of the grave of Nancy Banta. It is so good of you to be willing to help others in their search.
I have been looking for my great grandparents who I think are buried near Wichita Falls. My grandmother is supposely buried in Dundee cemetery - Sarah (Sallie) French Free wife of Richard Free. Richard Free is supposedly buried at Iowa Park but I have never been able to find any information to confirm that.
Again, thank you so very much!
Pat Jackson

Added by Pat Jackson on May 17, 2009 6:55 PM

Sandra "Walking Spirit" Selph-Hunter
Robert Rogers
Thank you so much for adding the picture to his memorial. It is very much appreciated.

Added by Sandra "Walking Spirit" S... on May 17, 2009 7:02 AM

L J Levy
RE: Capehart Family
I didn't find Elliott in the Ringling Oklahoma Cemetery. But I did transfer all the other entries. I hope this helps you.


Added by L J Levy on May 10, 2009 4:42 PM

Kristi Stanley-Minter
You are so welcome I am glad I could help. If you would like I can email you the originals. Plus I have more pictures of the cemetery, too.

Added by Kristi Stanley-Minter on Apr 14, 2009 9:24 PM

Patricia Kay Polk Evans
Evans line
Sorry, your line of Evans is not the same as mine. Good luck in your searching.

Added by Patricia Kay Polk Evans on Mar 24, 2009 1:47 PM

Jamie Ellis
Thank you so much for the photo. If you ever run across any Ellis headstones in Iowa Park I would love to have them. I am looking for the graves of Edward Lee Ellis and his wife Letitia Ann Inman Ellis. I know they are buried somewhere in Iowa Park, I just don't know where. I do really appreciate the Patterson photo though. Thanks again.

Added by Jamie Ellis on Mar 17, 2009 4:44 PM


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