|Donna Goble (#46804857)|
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I started researching my roots in the late 1970's, late nights of handwriting letters and waiting for the mailman each day, hoping to get a reply. Isn't the internet great? Anyways. I don't remember how I discovered "Find A Grave", but it has been a great research source for me. I have even met cousins that I never new existed. Transcribing cemeteries in my area has been my new hobby, hoping that maybe I can help just one person looking for that loved one! Many thanks for the people that has helped me! Donna |
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|Anita Wells||Melinda Sellards Goble|
Hi Donna, My name is Anita Wells.I am searching the Wells-Walts family, which includes the Goble,Gobble,Gabel family. Melinda Sellards Goble is buried in the Pioneers Rest Cemetery in Ft.Worth,Tx., with her newborn. I don't have any idea of the baby's sex.
|Don Ort||Harmon Ned and Mamie Galloway Headstone Photo|
Good morning Donna. Just a note to say thank you for the great headstone photos. I appreciate your time and effort and thank you so much. We genealogists really appreciate the information provided. Hope your area warms up and you have a great week.
Added by Don Ort on Mar 10, 2015 9:18 AM
Please try it again. Have had some connectivity issues this weekend.
Added by Carter on Feb 23, 2015 7:39 AM
Thanks so much for the great photo of her stone!
Added by Deekay on Feb 22, 2015 6:54 AM
Once again thanks for the pictures of the King family in Evergreen. Are Alfred, Ellen and BD all in the same plot? Anyone else?
Added by Carter on Feb 22, 2015 6:21 AM
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||William Buchholz|
Donna, Thank you for taking time to fulfill my request for a photo of a ggg uncle. Dave Jindrich
|Carter||B. D King|
Many thanks for the picture. Most helpful.
Added by Carter on Feb 20, 2015 3:34 PM
|Don & Mary Cavender||RE: Aubrey Goble|
Don and Mary
|GeekyGraveGirl||RE: Garcitas cemetery|
While cruising through the site, I stumbled upon the Garcitas, Tex cemetery, and am intrigued by it. What few stones have been photographed are simple and homemade, or military. What did you find about this cemetery? Just curious... Thanks!
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