|Ed Walker (#46891040)|
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I'm a retired Mail Carrier, having served that occupation in Houston, Tx..Enjoy doing genealogy research and discovering more about how and where my ancestors lived. Photographing cemeteries and uploading to findagrave is my new adventure and I know it means a lot to those survivors who discover what I and others are doing in that respect.|
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|Beverly Myers||GRAVEYARD SEARCHES|
THANK YOU for all the work you do photographing cemeteries and tombstones. For those of us unable to do this type of work, YOU and your fellow researchers and photographers are appreciated so much.
|Lynne Baldwin||Lena Belle|
Lena Belle and Jim were also very special to me. She was one of our advisors with Rainbow Girls. I spent a lot of hours at their home in Canyon. Take good care of them!! Lynne Baldwin
|Chad Stone||Shannon Stone|
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for adding pictures of my brothers grave (Shannon Stone) in Brownwood to this site. I stumbled across this site and the photos that you took by accident, but was very humbled by your photos. Thank you for your time. God Bless!
|Martha Caswell||Sue Allison|
Thank you for looking for the marker for me. If you give me the plot information I will update it for her.
Thank you so much for your time and efforts.
You do a great job for us that do not live close.
|Patti Mauldin||Irvin Cheatham|
James A Cheatham the Ranger married when he was 40 to a 16 year old girl. The had 13 children who lived to be adults. Irvin Cheatham was the baby. We have photos of them. We also have photos of a lot of them were babies and some were grown and she was pregnant standing on the porch with all of them. James A - the ranger - put all but 2 or 3 thru college also. Roy (my husband) spent a lot of time with the Cheathams. Emily - Irvins sister was Roy's grandmother. Irvin was a teacher. He taught last in Monahans I think.
Ed, I posted pictures on Sam Bunin's memorial. Good to read the obituary notice. Now I want to know more.
Added by donaxt on Jul 13, 2011 7:50 PM
|Doty||Albert Robert Rasor "Bill"|
Thank you so much for posting this information on Bill Rasor. We have searched for him many times. His first wife was Tellie Teresa Doty, of Hico, Texas. She died in Glendale, CA on Sep. 09, 1940. She was the daughter of John B. Doty and Elmina Minerva Daves Doty, who are both buried in the Hico Cemetery.
Carol & Barbara Doty
Added by Doty on Feb 13, 2010 2:29 PM
|Tammy New||RE: Wonderful|
Yea, I still have a lot of work to do to get all the inscriptions I have uploaded. I started a long time ago, but got side tracked to get the courthouse records online.
I see you've been busy too. It's always nice chatting with you.
|Sandra Brookshire Behne||Addie Foreman Clayton|
Ed, Long time since I have had contact with you. Guess it was the Brookshire reunion at the Catholic church hall about 6 yrs ago in Ballinger. Ithought I still had your email address but can't find it so I am leaving this message. I had a question on Addie's grave. I know she is at Norwood as my daughter and I took pictures back in 95 and have her and Finis' gravestones. Was she originally in Norton? I noticed that you have her listed there also. Just curious. Sandra Brookshire Behne, daughter of Fred, great great granddaughter of Sam and Loveday Brookshier.
|Donella Daywood-Love||Walker-Watson Cemetery|
Chas Rabensburg has recently cleared a road to the cemetery just 3 weeks ago, and has cleared the land around, and within the fence of the cemetery. My father is going to get a special cross for the grave of Martin Walker from the sons of the republic. If you know of any other special information on Martin, please contact me.
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