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Mary Jo Fellers Fraley (#47353083)
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Josiah Weakley
Thank you for the transfer.

Added by cms on Jul 15, 2014 8:33 PM
Ellen Locker Tomlinson
Would you please go in and connect Thomas J. Barnett to his wife and daughter and connect Juanita Francis Locker Barnett to her parents.
Thomas J. Barnett #84958850
Change Juanita's
Juanita Francis Locker Barnett- Daughter of Roy Edwin Locker # 30155245 and Ollie Mae Parks Locker # 30155245
Carol M. Krumrey #Can't remember her no. but you put these in so I'm sure you can find them. Please put Carol M. Barnett Krumrey Daughter of Thomas and Juanita Barnett. Thank you so much. Oh and they are in the Union Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Cherokee Co., Texas.
Thank you again. I would love to get the family all connected. When you get Juanita connected to her parents then they will be connected to my Dad.
Added by Ellen Locker Tomlinson on Jul 05, 2014 3:22 PM
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Louisa J. Thompson
Thanks again!
Added by Old Waco on Jul 03, 2014 11:28 AM
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Thomas Christopher Murray
Thanks so much for your help!
Added by Old Waco on Jul 03, 2014 11:26 AM
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James H. Gurley
Thanks so much for adding the bio.
Added by Old Waco on Jul 01, 2014 11:14 AM
Nancy Yankie Sidarous
Mary Jo- THANK YOU! I thought of the third kinship in the family. Cora is the mother of my Uncle Earnest Allen who married my Grandmother's youngest sister Annie Alvis. . Who knows what else I might find? You are so generous, and I feel that you do your volunteer work for Find a Grave with the true spirit it was created: To not only research your own family, nut to provide those connections to other families. You know it seems that no one can connect them, furnish unknown info and care for these memorials with the deep Love that the family can.

You are very generous and your work and kindness are amazing, and sincerely appreciated. I loved these people, the ones I was fortunate enough to know and those they loved.

Warmest Regards,
Added by Nancy Yankie Sidarous on Apr 26, 2014 7:36 PM
I did it. I sent an email to Find a Grave about this problem. They can create a program to fix this. chip
Added by chip on Apr 08, 2014 7:35 AM
I sorry but I do not know this person. I do not know why people do ask for a change in management. I see these duplicate almost in every cemetery. I will try to send an email to "find a grave" to see if they can create a program to stop the duplicates. Where people would have to ask for a change in management. chip
Added by chip on Apr 08, 2014 7:25 AM
Doris V Foshee-Kosse cemetery
I'm sorry to ask this but someone has added Doris V Foshee again with a lot of information. Could you delete yours? Chip
Added by chip on Apr 07, 2014 3:46 PM
Abe Fellers
I'm doing waaaaay toooo much stuff right now but did finally get back to my tree....sent everyone back to their own homes !!
I had to look for his brother Samuel Fellers to get information for his Father: Washington G. Fellers (1831-1915)and Mother: Adelia Huizar (1886-1951)
(In the 1910 census for Abe is where Samuel is listed..also a sister Julia Evans age 29, widow...and her 2 children with the last name Catchings.) Gertrude was my step-grandmother....before she married my grandfather she took care of me until I turned 7 years old and went to live with my dad to go to school. She married pawpaw about 1957. I picked cotton fluff out of her hair when she got home from working in the cotton mill !! She snored really loud, also, so I would sleep on the front porch during the summer.... Caught me "dipping snuff" from her purse while I thought she was asleep...I sneezed forever but she didn't say a word...just winked at me, rolled over and went back to sleep. I really adored that woman...the best person ever born.
Added by AnnieMae on Mar 07, 2014 2:33 PM
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