|Terrill White (#47163674)|
| || member for 14 years, 5 months, 25 days|
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|I have been a cemetery buff most of my life. Cemeteries are sacred ground where our ancestors have memorialized and honored those who have passed on before us and where we ourselves will one day be memorialized. My favorite graves are those from the 19th and early 20th century as much thought and work went into them as opposed to the mass produced headstones of today. I am a husband and father of a pre-teen daughter. My family attends Muskogee First Assembly of God (www.m1a.us) in Muskogee, OK where I coordinate our social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc) (www.facebook.com/muskogeefirstassembly). I also work for the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah, OK.Effective 5/29/12: I will only transfer memorials to immediate family members (spouses, children, grandchildren, etc) per FAG policy. If you are not immediate family, do not bother asking. Requests for transfers must include the name, memorial number and relation to the deceased.|
|Messages left for Terrill White (3)||[Leave Message]|
|Janet*Handwork-Parker/Mellen-Taylor||Memorial# 8153368 Rev. Alexander Hamilton Balentine, Sr.|
Thanks, ever so much, again, Terrill for the Transfer! If you are interested, since you live in OK, you might like to see what I have added to his Page, so far! A couple of interesting historical Bios! He and his family lived mainly in the North/South corridor of Eastern Indian Territory/OK. Blessings to you! Janet in Dallas
|Vicki Carberry||Linda Comstock grave photo|
I visited New Hope Cemetery today - there is still only a metal marker from Walker Funeral Home.
|Karrie Quigley||White family|
It's been a couple years since we've emailed. I sent you an email last Sunday and was curious if you got it, or maybe your address has changed. It was about my grandmother, Thelma Taylor Whitcomb. Her mother was a White. Let me know if you didn't get it and I will try again.
Thank you, Karrie
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