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TPE (#47279225)
 member for 5 years, 2 months, 6 days
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Bio Photo I hope what I've contributed to Find A Grave helps others as I was helped and is perceived as respectful and caring, as these were my intentions. I discovered this site because of my love for genealogy, and after finding many ancestors here, I joined to honor family not previously listed. Once I started, I realized how much interest I had in cemeteries. I now see what peaceful, sacred places they are, filled with touching tributes and the history of our past generations. I suppose every genealogist eventually comes to this realization.

In memorializing my direct relatives, I also added indirect relatives and cemetery neighbors to alleviate gaps. If you have additional or corrective information, just let me know using the convenient 'Edit' feature. Likewise, I am happy to transfer anyone to whom I'm not related (just ask). My hope in transferring is that you will add more to the memorial than I was able (like a full biography). I'd love to see every memorial maintained by a close relative or loved one that can make the memorial into a tribute and this site into a virtual place that's almost as special as the physical final resting places. Our ancestors deserve that!

The Arkansas PBS network (AETN) produced an Emmy-winning documentary in 2010, Silent Storytellers, which beautifully emphasizes the need to preserve our cemeteries as priceless connections to our history. I highly recommend it for my fellow members; you don't have to be a resident of Arkansas to appreciate it. Director/co-producer Hop Litzwire uploaded the documentary onto YouTube, which you can access by clicking here.

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p.s. As of 2015, I have chosen to go a little more "private" with my Member Profile (including clearing out my old messages). Nothing has changed with me; I'm just looking to preserve a degree of anonymity. Please feel free to contact me as always.
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lpd
family photos
I am Leslie's daughter and would love to get copies of family photos you may have. twjah@hotmail.com
Added by lpd on May 30, 2015 7:20 PM
Renda Davidson
RE: Daniel photo requests
Your most welcome. If there is any other please request them. And I go back out there.
Added by Renda Davidson on May 13, 2015 6:43 PM
Wanda Rounsaville
Transfer
Thank you so much for the transfer of my g-grandfather. Wanda47681234
Added by Wanda Rounsaville on Apr 25, 2015 10:31 AM
Wanda Rounsaville
Robert W. Horton
TPE, Hello my name is Wanda Rounsaville.I am wondering if you would please transfer my great-grandfather to me. His memorial number is 130323467 and his is buried at Zion Hill cemetery at Hector,Pope County, Ark. Thank you in advance and for all you have done for the find a grave family.May God bless, Wanda 47681234
Added by Wanda Rounsaville on Apr 24, 2015 3:12 PM
S Bulice
RE: Johnie Wallace Coleman photo request
Thank you! Just leave picture up, his kids may one day have them date it but for now just leave picture up. He did pass away though.
Added by S Bulice on Apr 13, 2015 1:01 PM
Sonja Krisell
You Tube Link
Thanks for posting the link to the PBS show on cemeteries. Was fascinating plus very educational. Everyone should watch.
Added by Sonja Krisell on Mar 29, 2015 7:51 AM
Bev Pritchard
My sister's death
Thanks it means alot to know family is out there and caring about us all.
Bev.
Added by Bev Pritchard on Mar 21, 2015 9:17 AM
 

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