|Donald Ward (#47568127)|
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I am a native Texan, born in Gainesville, Cooke, County, Texas on 3 March 1945. I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served from 1964-1968. I made my living as a mechanical engineer for Bell Helicopter for 41 years and am now enjoying retirement. My interest in genealogy was really kindled when my father died in 1978 and I inherited boxes and boxes of documents.|
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I only know the year. My mother use to say mother had two husbands buried at randolph. He is somewhere on the back of the west side. Sorry i couldn't be more helpful. if i find something i will let you know.
do you know if he has a marker at randolph? He is my grandmother's first husband.
|Janis Brown||Maggie Davis|
Thank you so much Donald in getting this picture. I have been trying to find out where her marker is and have never heard back from the Cemetery. Good to know there are people out there that care.
Thank you again
|Cindy Allman||Henry Moore|
Thanks for the links. If you would like me to
transfer this obit I will be glad to.
I am working on the Moose History and found
a lot of obits that I put on Find-A-Grave.
Have a great day,
|bright eyes||Grave pic Mattie/C.S. Weeks|
Thank you so much for this picture of the gravestone of my Great-aunt and Great-uncle. I spent many "interesting" hours with her as a child and a young adult.
What you and others do by taking these wonderful pictures for us is a "calling". You and your gift are so appreciated. Blessings. Sharon
|anonymous||RE: Minnie Emma (Hicks) Johnson|
You are very welcome. Please use the photos in anyway you wish. Chris
|Richard Boyer||RE: Joseph & Elizabeth Strueber|
You can use my photos anytime.
|Tim Hawkins||RE: Charles Rushing|
No Donald, I am not related. Thanks for the offer.
Thank you for the photo,very much appreciated.
Added by Lindy on Mar 29, 2014 9:32 AM
|Tom Streetman||Davis Cemetery|
I saw where you just requested two more photos at Davis. I wanted to touch bases with you and let you know that I photographed the entire cemetery about three years ago and uploaded all photos. I went back about six months ago with a list of graves without a photo just to be sure none were missed. Anyway, you can be fairly sure that if there is a marker it has been photographed (unless it has been covered by dirt and debris...sure would be nice to find a plot map).
Anyway, I just wanted to let you know this so you would not think that your requests were being ignored.
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