|Armand Smith (#47220544)|
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|I grew up on Amarillo born Aug 31st 1956 to Hershel W Smith Jr and Susan Jean McCrary. My grandparents were Robert E. McCrary and Alva Jean McCrary also lying in rest at Llano. |
My other grandparents Hershel W. Smith Sr and his wife Levada Smith are buried at Memorial Park in Amarillo.
Many friend and acquaintances are resting in peace at Llano.
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|Marsha||RE: Storm side of family|
Looks like we have an Oliphant-Storm connection.
Thank you for connecting with me.
Added by Marsha on Mar 25, 2014 9:27 PM
|Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal||Hello, Cousin!|
We're 4th cousins, as your gg-grandmother, Sarah Lucinda (Miller) McCrary, was the younger sister of my gg-grandmother, Tabitha Ann (Miller) Rodgers.
I just ran across your memorial for your Dad, and thought I'd say hello. I've been doing genealogy for many years now, and if you'd like to share info regarding our mutual ancestors feel free to email me directly at email@example.com.
Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal
|Susan (Haldeman) Fowler||John Storm|
I photographed every headstone in Storm Cemetery, so if I didn't get it, it either wasn't there any longer or it was unreadable. The cemetery is located on the west side of
CR 1320 E, 1 mile north of Hobbieville. It is on the Vaught farm, just north of their home. They are lovely people. You'll have to park by their house and walk to the cemetery.
|Nancy Abraham||RE: Your Dad|
Kenneth has already removed his--when we get back from Denver next Sun I'll find the obit and go on to Walter's posting and add it and then we can take off the duplicate info. Don't think he will mind--the reason I can do this is that I sometimes need to get onto memorials he has already done and add dates when I take the photo and we find the dates--he generally works from cemetery office info. Don't let me forget!!!
|Nancy Abraham||Your Dad|
Kenneth Bogard wrote me about another matter and told me that he'd also deleted the duplicate memorial on your Dad. He felt yours should be the "standing" one. The obit that you liked can probably be found in the Amarillo Globe.
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