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Texas Chessher (#47068932)
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Bio Photo I have always enjoyed walking around cemeteries and reading headstones since childhood. I feel that even though they are not walking among us they are still here in spirit and that in some way it may feel good that someone takes the time to stop and read their headstone.

I enjoy helping others with their searches and it is very rewarding to be able to find information for those of us looking for someone.

Every visit I make to a cemetery I take lots
of photo's, so if I have added a family member and you would like me to transfer just ask.
I add these memorials so that one day someone looking for them will be able to find them.

When I found FindAGrave my hope was to find my little sister's grave in Florida, 34 years had passed since we laid her to rest and moved back to Texas.

My wish was fulfilled by New York Historian, and I am forever thankful. He lives in NY and was vacationing in Florida and took my request with him, even knowing there was no marker, he tried and succeeded.

When I saw the flowers marking her spot it
filled a huge void I carried for 34 years. FindAGrave has become my way of giving back
by helping others with same hopes.

*Special Thanks to New York Historian.
You are an amazing person!* :)

My family surnames include:
Wilkinson, Pryor, Dickinson, Anderson, Fisher, Herriage, Goodman, Cline, Rankin and others I have yet to discover.

My husbands family surnames: Chessher, Lancaster, Arnold, Robinson, Tipton, Cooper, Burgin, Dunlop/Dunlap, Barnett, Goss

I am also seeking information
for the surname WISECUP and
SHAFFER, located primarily in
Georgia, Ohio and possibly
Massachusetts.

Words of wisdom:
**If you ever need a helping hand,
you will find one at the end of each of your arms. As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands; one for helping yourself,
and the other for helping others..**

Audrey Hepburn

Poem: THIS IS A CEMETERY

Lives are commemorated deaths are recorded -
families are reunited memories are made tangible and life is undisguised.
This is a cemetery.

Communities accord respect, families bestow
reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby
enriched.

Testimonies of devotions, pride and remembrance are carved in stone to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life not death
of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for family memorials that are a sustaining
source of comfort to the living.

A cemetery is a history of people a personal record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering - ALWAYS.

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Phenia Sue(Moore) Reynolds
Mildred Stewart
Please if you are still active in find a grave.....Could you please link Mildred (the L is>Lucille) with her father # 124581851 and her mother # 124582089 and her spouse # 33588984...her maiden name was STONE.....and her dates are:
Birth 3 MAR 1914 in Santo, Palo Pinto Co., Texas
Death 12 DEC 2003 - Highlands, Harris Co Texas

Thank you so very much..or if you would like to transfer her to me..Which ever is best for you
Added by Phenia Sue(Moore) Reynold... on Mar 17, 2014 8:25 PM
Mary Watts
Albert Fredrick Gardiner
I would like to get permission to use your photos on F/G for my personal family tree. I will be certain to give you credit for the photos.

Thank you,

Mary
Added by Mary Watts on Feb 25, 2014 8:45 AM
Phenia Sue(Moore) Reynolds
Mildred Stewart
Could you please link Mildred (the L is>Lucille) with her father # 124581851 and her mother # 124582089 and her spouse # 33588984...her maiden name was STONE.....and her dates are:
Birth 3 MAR 1914 in Santo, Palo Pinto Co., Texas
Death 12 DEC 2003 - Highlands, Harris Co Texas

Thank you so very much
Added by Phenia Sue(Moore) Reynold... on Feb 24, 2014 9:43 PM
Jan
Memorial # 32584031
Her name is
Ola Clementine Jeter Allen

Born 6 Feb 1882, Alabama
Died. 9 Dec 1974, Highlands, Harris, Texas

Her husband is
Charlie Fletcher Allen, memorial 32584182

Her daughter Jessie Allen Allen is my aunt. Jessie is listed on her mothers page.

Thanks,
Janis Allen
Added by Jan on Feb 09, 2014 10:13 PM
J M Dedman
Mem 35456911--Harry Borum
Your memorial shows the name of this person as Harry R. Borum, Jr. You show that he is the son of Harry R. Borum (Sr.) and Elizabeth Hightower.

This is an incorrect name. He was Harry H. Borum, Jr. (Your photo of his stone on your memorial clearly shows an H. as his middle initial). My earlier messages to you requesting a correction must not have gotten to you.

He was Harry Hill Borum, Jr., married to Josephine D. Moore, who is buried in that same cemetery. His father and mother Harry Hill Borum and Elizabeth Hightower are buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Columbia, TN, as are his wife's parents, James Henry Moore and Gladys Bill Dedman.

You show his military service in WWII in the 15th Infantry, and you mention his Korea service. In Korea he served in the 21st Infantry Division.

Thanks for your assistance and your work on Find A Grave.

Jim
Added by J M Dedman on Jan 06, 2014 6:22 AM
Jewell
Charlie Louise Whittenburg Kleinworth
Hi,

Could you tell me if there is a headstone for Charlie? I noticed that among your pictures for her I didn't see a headstone for her. Did I miss it?

Thank you for taking pictures for others, it means so much.

Jewell Albright
Added by Jewell on Dec 07, 2013 10:09 AM
sheri lyn
mattie woolems
hey you

how r you these days? been awhile....can you transfer: martha (mattie) woolems to me on findagrave.com::??? sure would appreciate it

thank you

sheri
Added by sheri lyn on Nov 05, 2013 8:39 PM
HlouiseW
RE: Family Connections
Hi, sorry it's taken me a while to get back. Nice to speak to you too. Any help with the family tree would be lovely. I'd love to know why the Dunlop's left the UK for Texas. Any light you can share would be great and feel free to ask any questions you have that I may be able to help with.

Best Wishes

Hayley.
Added by HlouiseW on Oct 10, 2013 2:25 PM
Mary Casey
RE: Eula Mae London Goodman photo
You're welcome!

Mary
Added by Mary Casey on Sep 24, 2013 11:45 AM
Cheryl Chastain-White
Lindsey Lawless
Thank you for the transfer of my grandfather's memorial.
Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Chastain-White on Sep 23, 2013 9:46 AM
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