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Linda Robbins (#47094726)
 member for 7 years, 3 months, 5 days
Jane Marie Morrison
RE: Bradford Wheeler
You are MOST welcome! Glad I could be of help.


Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Sep 09, 2012 1:42 PM

Jane Marie Morrison
RE: Bradford Wheeler
Yes, I added his obituary after you contacted me with his death date. I recently bought paid obituary subscriptions and when someone emails me about a memorial, I check to see if I can find an obit. I'm so glad I was able to find one for him and that it helped you. I am unable to print it out but I can transcribe it. I made sure there were no spelling errors. So glad it made you happy.

Jane Morrison

Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Sep 09, 2012 6:43 AM

Jane Marie Morrison
RE: Bradford Wheeler
My father was also an engineer for the Southern Pacific Railroad -- 42 years. Unfortunately, there was no obit for my dad. He wanted NO funeral. Just a graveside service. I'm glad to be able to turn it over to you. I know you will add to it. You are family.

Jane Morrison

Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Sep 09, 2012 6:40 AM

Petty & Pickens
James Malachi Gray 9021037
Dear Linda,

Please copy, and paste to his bio.

Only you can click on edit Bio and add this information.

Born: 1828 North Carolina Died: 1920 (?? Can't read the marker) Buried: Antrim Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Henrietta Williams Parents: W. F. Gray Service: Co. K, 22nd Texas Infantry, Randle's Brigade. Served from 1861-1865.
Comments: Indigent List, five dependents. Sources: Houston' County History, p. 372; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Confederate State Roster I, p. 202; Confederate State Roster II, p. 525; Indigent List.



Added by Petty & Pickens on May 07, 2012 8:45 AM

James Coston
Eli Chaffin
Me again, I got "caught up in the chase" so to speak & forgot about a typo that threw me off for 1/2 hr on the search. The death year is 1974, I realized later as I was walking around in the new section that he would be about 120 yrs old, not probably, so I went over to the old section and walked right up on the monument.

Added by James Coston on Apr 17, 2012 10:34 AM

James Coston
Chaffin clan, Mt. Antioch
Linda, I attempted to send U an message last night but findagrave blocked it for "content", of which they never identified to me. Then I tried out the www. site on ur bio, it came back as "not in service" so I'll try this one more time.
I was out at the cemetery yesterday and have fotos of all the Chaffin's listed. I have a situation in Dallas that demands my attention so I will post them as soon as I return, probably in a couple of days. Later, James Coston

Added by James Coston on Apr 17, 2012 9:59 AM

Tom Streetman
RE: Streetman and other relatives
No problem!

Added by Tom Streetman on Jan 05, 2012 1:36 PM

Maxine Moore
Linda, actually I don't do findagrave. My husband uses my computer, so things come to him at my e-mail. You asked about Pushmataha. Yes, he is part of my heritage. He was from MS. His story if quite interesting, and I believe that he was the brother of my sixth great grandmother. He was one of the great chiefs of the Choctaw and died in Washington D, C. after meeting with the white men. He caught pneumonia after riding a mule from MS to a meeting and died there. There is much more about the family that I could share with you if you would like. I prefer to do that through my private e-mail rather than this site.

I have been the chairperson of the Houston County Historical Commission here in Houston County, TX, for the past five years. We do not sponsor anything on findagrave, and ask that anyone who has put this claim on this site remove it. It is a wonderful tool if it is not abused by those who seem to become very territorial. Both my husband and I enjoy genealogy and have been involved in doing our own and participating in other groups for approximately the past forty years.

Added by Maxine Moore on Dec 04, 2011 6:11 PM

MYates Vandver
RE: James Frank Gray
You are welcome.....

Added by MYates Vandver on Sep 10, 2011 4:46 AM

shelia glover
RE: james and catherine littlejohn
ok then i didnt know so do u want me to check other cemeteries here in tulsa to see if they are there

or u goin to keep the photos active or what would u like me to do

Added by shelia glover on Jun 25, 2011 8:59 PM

shelia glover
RE: james and catherine littlejohn
wel i can check with memorial park in tulsa and see if they have a catherine lea but i checked and james marvin in on the same stone as connie in the sandsprings....woodland memorial park is the name of the cemetery ....if u look up connie fae littlejohn in find a grave u can see james marvin on her stone and u can see that they have is birth year 1908 but they never put his death date on there 1985

Added by shelia glover on Jun 25, 2011 7:16 PM

shelia glover
james and catherine littlejohn
hey linda

found out james is buried with his 2nd wife connie in woodland memorial park cemetery in sandsprings ok. but have no idea where they buried his 1st wife catherine and noticed one of his sons was buried in arkansas....and the other one was cremated ....but on james they have the birthday but never put the death date on the stone after he died

Added by shelia glover on Jun 25, 2011 5:35 PM

Tom C.
RE: Charles N. and Fila T. Love
if you go to cemetery (White Chapel) to look for them - the markers are on the extreme right-hand side of the cemetery - as you are looking at it from Kinne Street. From the street probably about 3/4 of the way back into the cemetery from the road - hidden under brush - I must have walked by them 5 times - somehow I went to the bitter edge of the cemetery - and I couldn't believe they were so far back into the trees - there are people's back yards that butt right up to the edge there - so I was really surprised as to the location of the markers.....

Added by Tom C. on Jun 16, 2011 8:03 AM

RE: Charles Nelson & Fila Rhobe Tower Love
We've had alot of snow, so the photos will have to wait til spring. Maybe there is a hardy soul out there I doubt it since White chapel 99 % of the markers are flat ground markers. Good luck in your geneology research....I think thats why so many librarians love geneology.

Added by af on Jan 25, 2011 1:01 PM

Diane LM
Love in White chapel
I am afraid these will have to wait quite a while because they are all bronze markers flush with the ground and very much buried right now. I will check them out in the spring.

Added by Diane LM on Jan 12, 2011 6:34 PM

John Day 3
Gray Family Photos
Linda - James Frank Gray #38327378 is my G-grandfather. I added photos to memorials for Malichi and Henrietta (Hannah). I have an inventory of tin types of Gray & Williams family. Please contact me.

Added by John Day 3 on Dec 05, 2010 11:22 PM

Minerva's stone is on Locust Ave, Lot 105, stone B. This is at the extreme east of Locust Ave. All lots there seem to be single stones. I can check the vital record index in NYS for Joseph's certificate number if that would be of any help.

Added by Chris on Nov 16, 2010 1:25 PM

Tom Streetman
re: Your Virtual Cemeteries

Thanks for the compliment! I try to link as many people as possible because I know that folks like us appreciate being able to follow one generation to another. Findagrave is a great site for researching family history and has helped connect me to relatives such as yourself.

Added by Tom Streetman on Sep 22, 2010 6:52 AM

B.J. Waters
RE: Cogans in Hildale Plot
Hi Linda. No, I am not related to the Cogans. I am just transcribing Hildale on my spare time. It is about halfway done and I think I have put in a couple thousand, so it is not a HUGE plot, but not a tiny one, either. Yes, I figured it was just an oversight re: the dates not being in. Sometimes we just don't know them until someone gets a photo. Anyway, they are in a nice location. I will let you know if I see any more missing information, and I'm glad you are willing to fill in the blanks!
Best Regards,

Added by B.J. Waters on Jul 26, 2010 8:58 AM

MYates Vandver
RE: Antrim Cemetery
Thanks, You just made my day!
I appreciate all the information & photos you have shared with me, I enjoy the history of our families, and for the great heritage that we have., I know I have to go back and make corrections from time to time, but that's ok, I don't mind..
Your Cousin,

Martha Ann

Added by MYates Vandver on May 13, 2010 3:52 PM

Gary Wills
RE: Are we related?
I don't think last name is. W. I. L. L. S, not Willis.
Thanks Gary.

Added by Gary Wills on May 08, 2010 10:35 AM

Linda Robbins
I changed my findagrave user name to Linda Robbins, my real name. If you have difficulty finding me at findagrave, look for me as Linda Robbins as a contributor. Thank you.

Added by Linda Robbins on Apr 13, 2010 9:44 AM

Joe Gibbens
Gary J Roberts
Gary J Roberts in Mount Hope Cemetery is a duplicate, "Roberts" is in the maiden name field and birth date is listed as 1033. Joe

Added by Joe Gibbens on Apr 08, 2010 1:26 PM

Tom Streetman
John and Lucy Willis
I noticed where you left a message regarding John and Lucy Willis and that you may have photos. I am very interested in obtaining copies, as they are my great-great grandparents.

Added by Tom Streetman on Mar 25, 2010 10:20 AM

Joe Gibbens
Gary J Roberts
I notified this contributor of the problems with Gary J Roberts on March 25, 2009. Does anyone know -- Is this contributor still living?

Added by Joe Gibbens on Feb 01, 2010 2:32 PM


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