|Sarah Capps (#46927696)|
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I have been working on my family tree since June of 1992; it's a never ending hobby that's for sure. I'm thankful that my father's parents didn't really throw anything away. It not only helped me have furniture in my house when I first moved out on my own, but I've also managed to gather quite a bit of ancestorial information from the old letters I've found. I am recently married (Feb 4 2006) to a great guy from the state of Arkansas. I tease him, saying that I had to find a husband over 250 miles from my home town so that I wouldn't be marrying a cousin. But as it turns out, I have his last name in my family tree too: Long. We are all related though, through Adam & Eve =)|
My maternal grandmother's first cousin, Charles Lee "Charlie" Houser was one of 6 officers killed on January 2, 1932 which was the most officers slain in one event in the USA until "9/11" occurred.
Feel free to leave pictures or flowers on any of my memorials. But whatever you do, DON'T leave RED flowers on my Aunt Margie's memorial! She hated red
If you want to trace my line of Capps, you could start with my dad Bobby Wayne Capps and follow the family links back in time.
My husband's parents: Ray Otis Long and Kathryn DL Small Long
Names I research (just to name a few):
CAPPS, CROWDER, BULLINGTON, COMSTOCK, WOLF, VAN HORN, ATKINS, ACUFF, DAVIS, HOUSER, AUGUSTINE, JOHN, JOHNSON, ALEXANDER, MARRS, CASEY, MOORE, McKELVEY, CROSSLEY, WILSON, SHULL, SMYTH, BOWMAN (OR PATTERSON), BURTRUM, GOSSETT, GIBBONS, MALAN GARNER, BLALOCK, LONG, SMALL, DILLARD, HILL, MOULDER, ELLIS, McKELVEY, LYSTER, NIPPS, HENSON, FARLEY, WYLIE...
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|Jeannie Hemphill||Jefferson Scott|
Noticed on Rootsweb there is no info at all by Jefferson Scott, leading me to strongly suspect that there is no stone, esp since he died out of the area. Just a heads up until someone gets to the cemetery to confirm! Keep up the good research!! local yokel
|Cindy De Boer||Tammy Flemming|
I checked for this headstone at Saginaw Cemetery today. I asked the lady who runs it & was told there is no headstone, her ashes are spread over another grave according to the cemetery's book. I can still take a photo of the other headstone for you if you would like.
|Dennis Hellebusch||RE: Cecil Sutton|
I am sorry I do not have any more info.
Have a Great Weekend!
|Amelia Smith||RE: Charles Weatherford|
Yes, Charles is my half brother and we are cousins with Wayne Bennett. Our dad was Murray Weatherford, he was Wayne's uncle. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Diana York||Roy Bullington|
I just found Roy Bullington on the "Find a Grave" website. My grandmother, Lydia LaRue was married to Roy Bullington. After they divorced, she took the children, Martin, Vera, Margorie and Juanita (my mother)and moved to the Seattle area in Washington State. She is buried in Burlington, Washington, 2 hours north of Seattle.
Please write a bio to be included on his memorial and I will gladly add it. Also use the edit tab for the items that can be added there. Thank you.
Added by Glendora on May 17, 2016 1:07 PM
|Jan Breshears Thomas||RE: Wayne Bennett|
Sarah, I'm sorry, but I just photographed the cemetery and created memorials for those that had none. I know nothing other than what is already on the memorial.
|Marla||RE: Houser info|
I'm so sorry, I am no help!
Added by Marla on Apr 15, 2016 6:11 PM
|Susan Ing||Arthur Jones|
I know so little. The card just says Arthur is in a different section and lot than Augusts. Her card gave her age. His card photo does not.
|Susan Ing||RE: Augusta Johnson|
Can I get a memorial number in question please.
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