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Stacey Porter (#48217452)
 member for 1 year, 11 months, 5 days
Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke
RE: Frank Scott Cowart
Two sisters:
Nannie Bell Cowart McCamey #116522485
Jean Mae Cowart Smalley #116550514

Hope this helps, Emma

Added by Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke on Sep 05, 2013 7:54 AM

Sandra Bertram Meier
Your mother
Her site was created because she in on the stone with her husband who is deceased. I add memorials sometimes not knowing if the other person is also deceased because lots of families never get the death dates engraved on the stones.

To make corrections on any memorial use the edit tab at the top right of the memorial and then the Suggest a Correction (SAC) tab and write the information you would like added or corrected. This is the proper way for all correspondence with a memorial creator. This allows the information to be attached to the correct memorial. Please send any and all information and I will add it for you.

Sandar

Added by Sandra Bertram Meier on Sep 01, 2013 9:25 PM

Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke
RE: Frank Scott Cowart
Good morning Stacey,
Frank Scott Cowart: No blood kin
Spouse, Ethel Stewart, was my late husband, Burnell (Bob) C Butler's 1C2R.
Ethel's mother, Martha Elizabeth "Mattie" (Lyons) Stewart was Bob's great grand aunt.
Hope this helps, Emma.

Added by Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke on Aug 31, 2013 9:10 AM

Cheryl Williamson
Gerald Beeler
Stacey,

First of all, welcome to the site. I think you will be amazed at the information contained on Find A Grave. It isn't so much of a geneaology site but a tool that can take you down many roads.

Unfortunately, I don't have any further information on Mr. Beeler. I began to take photos and create memorials as a way of giving back since I had been so lucky in finding my ancestors from memorials and photos that others had taken the time to do. This cemetery is only a few blocks from my house.

If you haven't already done so, you might see what familysearch.org has in the way of records. I rely on it a lot--it's free and has a wealth of info. Also,the Houston Public Library may have his obituary in their archives.

Good luck in your efforts and feel free to contact me if I can help in any other way.

Cheryl



Added by Cheryl Williamson on Aug 30, 2013 10:00 PM

 
 

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