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Nahm (#46866330)
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Bio Photo After a very dear friend passed away in my life about 19 years ago I decided that I need to get serious about my family history. So off I went and I have been running full steam shaking each branch of my tree!
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RE: Mary Louise Mayfield
That looks fine. Thanks. I only recently learned about her, but it's sad that a child lived and died with no record.
Added by mjpsc on Aug 06, 2015 3:12 PM
Tonya Spore
Warford, Elizabeth #40968722
Would you mind if I copy the cemetery photo to my family tree. She is a very distant Aunt. Thank you for your consideration.

Tonya Baker Spore
Added by Tonya Spore on Jun 06, 2015 3:06 PM
Nancy Adeline Lamb # 146201642
I noticed your interest in the Lamb family. Just a note to let you know I added this memorial with photographs of the individual and family stones located in the Breckenridge Cemetery. If you have any bio information or family links, please let me know. Have a blessed day.
Added by BrendaG on May 08, 2015 5:04 AM
Topeka Tom
You will want to go to Memorial# 47289542 for Zula Nordhaus and correct your flower -- I bet!

Added by Topeka Tom on Apr 27, 2015 11:33 PM
Bob Dolan
RE: Frances Anne Cheatwood Hays
Thanks for your response. In researching, I found a document from the Sons of the American Revolution that indicates that Frances was indeed born in Virginia. Thanks for catching that and updating her information. I am a descendant of Frances and William Hays. One other question for you. I noticed that there is a William Hays Cemetery and a Hays cemetery both located in Warren County. Are they in fact two different cemeteries? I visited the Hays cemetery back in the late 1990s but wasn't aware of the William Hays cemetery at that time. Thanks again.
Added by Bob Dolan on Apr 07, 2015 9:47 PM
Teresa Clark
RE: Melton Creek Cemetery, Newton, TX
Thanks you for the information. I will look there.

Added by Teresa Clark on Jan 26, 2015 7:27 PM
Teresa Clark
Melton Creek Cemetery, Newton, TX
I contacted the local historical society and they said there wasn't a Melton Creek Cemetery in Newton, TX. Thought I would let you know what I found out since you submitted some entries.
Added by Teresa Clark on Jan 26, 2015 2:42 PM
Teresa Clark
Melton Creek Cemetery, Newton, TX
I see that you have put the interment of people at Melton Creek Cemetery, Newton, TX. I am looking for information on Alexander B Skinner and his wife Sarah Belk Skinner. I have requested a photo of the tombstone if there is one. Do you remember if any stones were there for the above people?

Teresa Clark
Added by Teresa Clark on Jan 11, 2015 1:44 PM
Jon Stedman

I was wondering if you could take a picture of his headstone?

Thank you
Added by Kelly on Nov 14, 2014 12:45 PM
Jim Hutcheson
RE: Western Cemetery
Don't worry about the trip. The site originator for Albin has changed the date of death for Albin Mellier based on the fact that she got the info from a 1929 list, that he was from Lyon, France and that the cemetery didn't exist in 1811. This man was an employer of my grx3 grandfather. My grx3 gf built and captained steamboats for Mr. mellier. After Mr Mellier died in 1841 my grx2 grandfather moved the family to Iowa where he continued to built boats. During the Civil War he and his children continued on to Oregon. My grx2 grandfather was named for Mr Mellier's oldest son, Amedee.
Added by Jim Hutcheson on Oct 14, 2014 8:11 PM
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