|Kenneth A. Allgood (#46970827)|
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I have been doing geneaology since 1984. Right now I am working on the Allgood/Algood, Waltrip, Faith, Hall, Ford, Hoover, Holt, Chandler, and Dycus families and I would love to hear from any of these family members.|
I am not related to everyone I have created a memorial for on Find a Grave. I do alot of traveling and am more than willing to try and help when and where I can. I will be more than happy to transfer one of my non-family memorials to anyone who asks.
If I have used one of your family photos without your permission, please let me know. I have never had anyone contact me regarding this, but I have never done this intentionally to hurt or anger anyone. It was done out of ignorance, but now I know better!
Feel free to leave me a message here with questions or to let me know of any errors I may have submitted to Find a Grave. I am admittedly horrible about quickly returning a response. I get tons of emails a day, but I will respond!
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Thank you so much for taking, and posting, such a nice, legible photo of Isaac Nall's monument in the Provine Cemetery. I really appreciate the work you do for Find A Grave! Patricia
Added by PPC on May 22, 2015 10:19 AM
Henry Crute. Any relation to you. (He is not my relation.. but my newspaper here had a 200 year anniversary.. in this paper they posted a detailed account of his death.) Posted in Newspaper 5/18/1926 under heading "Man's Head ..."
Just letting you know just in case you didn't know his story.
|Karen VanderArk||George Barnett|
Ken, thanks so much for the quick response! Much appreciated!
|Amy Suzanne Martin||photographs|
May I have your permission to post your photos (with credit) to my tree on Ancestry.com? Best regards, Amy
|Amy Suzanne Martin||Reuben & Nancy Lunsford|
Words cannot begin to express my gratitude for the wonderful photographs you took of the grave markers for my 4x great-grandparents, Reuben and Nancy Lunsford. It took a long time to figure out where they were and to find documentation showing they were buried at Kuttawa Cemetery, and the Lyon County cemetery book didn't have complete dates for them. So at last to be able to see these images is very gratifying and quite moving. From the condition the stones are in, they look like they truly needed to be photographed before the inscriptions wear away. You have my eternal thanks. God bless.
|Bill Hunt||Ray Harpine Allard, Jr|
Thanks for your help, Kenneth. Ray Harpine Allard, Jr. was a brother of George D. Allard. George was a doctor and lived in Flora, MS most of his life. His widow and children still live here. Also, when I was a teen-ager, he was my Sunday School teacher.
|Bill Hunt||Ray Harpine Allard|
Thanks for your help, Kenneth. Ray Harpine Allard was the father to George D. Allard. George was a doctor and live din Flora, MS most of his life. His widow and children still live here. Also, when I was a teen-ager, he was my Sunday School teacher.
|Linda Baird||Missouri Ann Yates Sowash|
Hi Kenny, I noticed you added a photo of Alfred Sowash's tombstone in Jones Cemetery. Did you happen to notice if his 1st wife Missouri Ann Yates, Sowash had a tombstone next to his?
Looks like Alfred's if a fairly new one someone added there for he did have an unmarked grave along with Missouri.
|Anita R. Austill||RE: Union Hill Cemetery|
Do I have any of your family in Poplar Grove??? I photographed it several years ago. I do not need all the memorials I add, if I have any that are your family let me know.
|Marilyn Hayes||Elizabeth "Betty" Coleman Crain|
Kenneth, in Jan. 2010 you created a memorial of Betty Crain who was married to George W. Crain. They are buried in Liberty Cemetery in Eddyville, Lyon County, Kentucky. Are you by any chance related to them? Betty was married to my G-Grandfather, Joseph Bright. He died prior to 1900. I am trying to obtain an obituary for her to determine if there is any mention of children from their marriage. I know she had a daughter, Mary Ella Bright and a son, Kelly Bright. There is mention of a Warren Bright and I am trying to find information on them.
Any information you can provide will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Marilyn Crow Hayes
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