|T. Edens (#47279225)|
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|I discovered this site because of my love for genealogy. In piecing together my family tree, I found many ancestors here, so I joined to honor family not previously listed. Once I started, I realized how much interest I had in cemeteries. I now see what peaceful, sacred places they are, filled with touching tributes to our past generations.|
I really appreciate the diligence of my fellow members, and I hope what I've contributed helps others as I was helped. Everything I have contributed was done with respectful and caring intentions. In memorializing my direct relatives, I also added indirect relatives and cemetery neighbors to alleviate gaps. If you have additional or corrective information on them, just let me know. (The new 'Edit' feature on this site is very convenient!)
I am also happy to transfer folks to whom I'm not related -- I only added those to help. I hope in transferring that you will add more to the memorial than I was able (like a full biography). I'd love to eventually see every memorial maintained by a close relative or loved one that can make the memorial into a real tribute... and make this a virtual place that's almost as special as the physical final resting places.
With my respect,
|Messages left for T. Edens (34)||[Leave Message]|
|Fran Edens Curtis||Simeon Patton Edens|
Tim,We are related .Simeon [Uncle Sim} was my great uncle . Brother to my grandpa Wm Sherman Edens Please contact me at email@example.com.Thanks Fran Curtis
|Patricia Martin||Cossey Family|
We are doing a book on the Smyrna Cemetery and need some help with the Cossey families. Would you e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org See you are still busy at genealogy.
Thanks for posting the headstones for the Cossey/Mobbs families at Keo Cemetery.
|William "Bill" Lollar||Thanks!|
I really appreciate the photos of Hugh King, Clarence & Hazel Gerren, and Charles Warren. It might have been years before our next trip past Hazen, AR. I have the cemetery bug, too, and only began taking photos less than 6 months ago in my local area. Keep it up!
|William Williams||Mammie Laurie Williams|
Thanks for the much clearer photo of Mammie's marker in the Keo cemetery. I appreciate your help.
|Jamesmun||J O Daniel|
I noticed the tombstone for James Oliver Daniel Sr., had a death date of 1935, while the online death index for him is dated 1936. Have not seen actual death record, so marker could be wrong. I can't explain why his marker is recorded as Daniel, his WWI registration has his name as Daniels as well as the death index. Maybe it was a mistake when the stone was made. But their marriage record also had Daniel and not Daniels.
Gracie was not a Golleher. She was first married to an R M Golleher on 4 Oct 1901. She later married J O Daniel on 9 Mar 1907.
Her name was Gracie Isola West a daughter of a Benjamin West. She is index in 1900 census in Lonoke Co. as Gradie J West. I have not done much research on the Daniels or the Wests. The furthest I had gone was to James and Gracie from a spouse of their son J O, Jr.
Added by Jamesmun on Jul 22, 2014 10:36 PM
|Kinfolk||Treca Grimes Hutchins|
Thanks for the Heads-Up. I deleted the other memorial.
Added by Kinfolk on Jul 05, 2014 3:14 PM
Thank you for the "heads up" about Cobb Cemetery. I have made the correction you suggested. The headstone picture you posted is very nice. Thank you for your effort in contacting me and for taking the picture.
Added by Kelso on Jul 04, 2014 6:07 PM
|In Loving Memory||Judy|
Thank you for visiting Judy. I know Judy loved the words you left.
|Virginia Brown||RE: Zion Hill edit suggestions|
It has been nice being in touch with a dedicated FindAGrave member. If only everyone could be like you. Maybe our paths will cross again someday. Until then, I wish you only the best & many blessings.
|Virginia Brown||Child Pruitt|
It is deleted. Thanks for All of your help. I truly appreciate you.
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