|K. Martin (#46815030)|
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I am carrying out genealogical work on the following family names: Kubat (Kubata), Rejlek, Flaška, Čermák, Prochaska, Linhart, and Maxa. I hope that the postings that I have made in findagrave may help people find some long lost relatives. If you find something incorrect in my postings, please let me know and I will edit them. |
If you want to use a picture that I have posted, please feel free to use it. If it is a recent picture, or a picture of someone related to me, I can probably e-mail you one of higher resolution. I typically post two photos of a gravesite. If you want me to remove one of the photos so you can add more family photos, send me a message.
If you want to take ownership of a posting for a family member, please let me know. I will transfer anyone who is not in a direct-line relationship to myself or to my spouse.
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|Elreeta Weathers||RE: Patricia Garrett McAnally|
Yes, you may. Pat was a friend, not a relative.
|Tim Cook||Lt. Albert W. Strauel|
Thanks for the nice photo in Santa Fe National. Appreciate the direct facing shot (some people won't bend down to do that) so thanks again.
Added by Tim Cook on Oct 03, 2013 10:26 AM
Thanks kindly for her nice photo, happy trails!
|Donna K||Jefferson Brown|
Thank you very much for the photo. It is appreciated.
Added by Donna K on Aug 02, 2013 11:28 AM
|Diana Roberts Young||Charles R Trent Marker|
Thank you for posting the marker
|Amy Bradfield||RE: Čermák Markers|
I also took photos of all sides of the tombstone which I will email to you. Each side has different beautiful carvings and the crispness of the markers is very unusual; they look as if they were carved yesterday so I am not sure if they used a special stone or some special type of treatment.
|Amy Bradfield||Jan and Marie Cermak|
Hello K. Martin.
I have transferred your relatives to your care. I was planning on going out to this graveyard and get some photos in the next week so I will make sure and try to get photos of their graves.
Take care. Amy
|Caroline Garcia||Herman Sanchez - 21211566|
Thank you for transferring this to me. I greatly appreciate it.
|Joseph Farmer||James and Amanda|
Also, if want management of the memorials, just let me know.
|Joseph Farmer||RE: James and Amanda Ross Kennedy|
It makes me so happy that FindAGrave has once again helped locate a deceased realtive. It makes creating memorials so worthwhile.
I got the information from a book called They Passed This Way that was compiled by the Houston County Historical Society. The book has cemetery records for all of the cemeteries in Houston County and a few records for cemeteries in Stewart, Montgomery, Dickson, and Humphreys Counties in TN.
A lady named Joyce Lovelady helped to compile this book. James and Amanda Ross Kennedy were her great-grandparents. She seems to be the one who gave the burial information to the Houston Coutny Historical Society to put in the book. I do not know Joyce. It just mentions in the book that she is the great-granddaughter of these two. I do not know if she is still alive, but the book itself was just compiled in 2004.
I doubt seriously that there is a marker for James and Amanda. My FindAGrave friend, Lesa, went and took photos of all the stones she could find at this cemetery, and she never took a picture of theirs. The only evidence that they are buried here is that their great-granddaughter said they were. There may be cemetery records just for the Asbury Church Cemetery, I do not know. You might contact Lesa and ask her if she saw any stones that were unreadable of if there are any stones she might have missed. You can find her name under any of the photos taken at Asbury Cemetery.
Once again, I am so happy that I was able to help someone find someone else. If you need anything else, just ask. Thanks,
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