|John Addison Bradford||Mary McCrary 114282534|
You have posted 2 pictures of Mary with s spouse? Is either of them first husband Connie Allred. Connie is my great Uncle.
|Carl Whigham||Carlos Harrison Find A Grave Memorial# 40876275|
This memorial has Carlos as the son of William F and Elizabeth Harrison. He was actually the son of Lewis and Cassie Parmer Harrison.I have a Florida Death Certificate that lists Lewis and Cassie as his parents.
|Jess Elmore||James & Anne Elmore|
Shelly - I would be glad to take over the memorial for both of them.
|Jess Elmore||Skinner Cemetery - James & Anna Elmore|
I have looked for my Great-Great Grandfather and Grandmothers (James & Anna Elmore) burial site for several years. All my family said he was buried in the Pilot Point Community Cemetery. When I couldn't find their burial site I was told it could have been unmarked. Thank you for your work at the Skinner Cemetery. The Elmore's were original settlers in Grayson, Cooke and Denton counties. Earliest record I find was 1852.
I am curious - were your photos and cataloging of the graves in the Skinner Cemetery the first work done there for Find A Grave. I ask because I have researched this for quite a while and had not been able to find James or Anna.
Thanks for your time and energy for the photo; still a mystery.
Thanks for the explanation of the names; I'll try to get that noted on the memorials also. Thanks again
Thanks for your help in edits; much appreciated
|Tootsiewag||request to edit 2 memorials|
Nannie Jones memorial #39835203 and W.M. Jones memorial #39835202 - were husband and wife - they are my great grandparents. W.M. was her husband, William. I don't know if you can add information that doesn't appear on the headstone, but Nannie's maiden name was McLaughlin. W.M. Jones was born David Tilmon Cheatham.
|Mark Kleypas||Robert W. Smith|
Hello and thank you for the information. I've actaully seen this reward offer; it's available on Ancestry.com if you're a subscriber. I find it a bit odd that the Governor was offering a reward twenty years after the crime, but that appears to be what he did. I do not know if Drew Derr was ever arrested or what became of him.
|Kathy Burr||RE: Crutchfield Cemetery in Denton Co. TX|
I had hoped to work on that cem. in the future, but other projects fill my time! best of luck on your research!!! :) k
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