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Karen Neal Morey (#46551409)
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Bio Photo Raised here in Rogers, East Bell Co Texas I have enjoyed researching my family history. FINDAGRAVE is my way of "giving back" and saying thank you for all the help i have received over the years.

I will gladly transfer any of the memorials i have entered to family members who can do their own editing or i will make any changes you wish---please just email and let me know.

RESEARCHING: NEAL, MCQUEEN, YOUNG, RIGSBY and oh so many more connecting lines.

YOU DONT NEED FURTHER PERMISSION TO USE ANY OF MY PHOTOS AS LONG AS YOUR USING THEM FOR LEGITIMATE REASONS IN YOUR RESEARCH. ENJOY!
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Shirley Barfield Robison
Thank you
Thank you for the transfers Karen
Added by Shirley Barfield Robison on Aug 21, 2015 7:48 PM
Colonel Jim
Buck and Missouri Annie Wright
Have you ever run across any burial information on these two people. My great grandparents. Died in Holland, Texas but burial unknown. Is there a record of a potter's field in that vicinity?

Jim Bridges
Bridgwork@aol.com
Added by Colonel Jim on Aug 03, 2015 1:05 PM
James Walker
O. G. Holley
I located the following article about O. G. Holley's death. You show him buried at Liberty Cemetery in Milam County, Texas. You can post the article with your listing if you wish.

ARTICLE: The Standard (Clarksville, Texas), 29 Apr 1887, page 2:
Milano, Tex., Apr. 23 -- O. G. Holley, a prominent citizen living about three miles northeast of this place, was killed Friday evening about four o'clock by falling into a well about 114 feet deep. He had started into the well to clean it out, and when down some fourteen feet from the top he called to the man at the windlass to stop, and dropped, falling head foremost. His body was gotten out about 10 o'clock last night. Justice J. M. Little held an inquest.
Added by James Walker on Jul 28, 2015 11:34 AM
wapititx
Pages and Littles
Karen, Thanks so much for your management of the memorials for W.R. Page, Ida E. Page, and J.H. Little, and transferring them to me.
Added by wapititx on May 15, 2015 1:22 PM
Virginia Brown
Rufus Henry Davis
Hi Karen,
Thanks once again! I can't tell you how much I appreciate the transfer and will do my best to add information, which will help honor his time here on earth.
Best regards,
Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on May 14, 2015 11:31 AM
Virginia Brown
RE: Hettie Collins Davis
Hi Karen,
Thanks for your offer. You are very generous. I have found that Hettie's second husband, Rufus Henry Davis, is buried there. I will be requesting a transfer from his memorial. Please let me know if there is anything I can do in return.
Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on May 14, 2015 8:13 AM
Virginia Brown
Hettie Collins Davis
Hello Karen,
Thank you kindly for the transfer of Hettie's memorial. I look forward to adding information to her bio, which will help honor her memory.
My sincere appreciation,
Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on May 13, 2015 8:49 PM
Monument Hunter
Peter Christian Jensen
Hi Karen,

Many years ago you fulfilled photo requests for me and provided the pictures of my great grandparents monuments. They were Peter Christian Jensen and Mary Jane (Bridges) Jensen. I am doing a lot of research on my family and would like to request your permission to use these pictures in my research and in Ancestry. Thank you so much in advance.

Monument Hunter
Glenda Ward
Added by Monument Hunter on Mar 20, 2015 6:36 PM
Marie Hubert
Alabama E. Marshall's initial
Would you change the initial "F" for an "E" initial? Her name is Alabama Elizabeth Sanders Marshall. The tombstone letter is hard to read but is an E. Thank you.

Marie Hubert
Added by Marie Hubert on Feb 24, 2015 1:57 PM
Sandra Bonner Adair
Lagrone
Thnak you, Karen. I am not connected to this family. I just enjoy researching and linking family members from old cemeteries in Alabama.
Added by Sandra Bonner Adair on Jan 31, 2015 12:51 PM
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