|Marc & Donna (#46831215)|
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Hello, my wife and I live in Nevada, Texas just outside of Dallas. We recently started putting together a family tree and became very interested in the search for relatives. We are more than happy to go and take photo shots of headstones anywhere in the Dallas/Ft.Worth metroplex to include but not limited to:|
Dallas, Ft.Worth, Arlington, Wylie, Irving, Farmersville, Rockwall, Lavon, Duncanville, Copeville, and pretty much any town within 30 miles or so. So please feel free to ask. We will find a way. Thanks!
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|Wendi Blair||Eugene and Sammie Ruff|
Thank You for both transfers.
|Appy Lady||trying to locate grave you photographed|
I spent an hour or so wandering around East Mount in Greenville today looking for the grave of the young man who was killed by a train (the entry in find-a-grave has your photo of the marker). I was wondering if you could give me a better idea of where to find the marker? I looked around all the cedar trees near the old west gate, both north, northeast, and south of the gate to no avail. I have been photographing the older parts of the cemetery for several years and would like to photograph his marker as well.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.
FireHorse Designs and Photography of Texas
|Doug Hart||Thank you|
I am disabled and confined to the house. As long as there are selfless people like you I can "get out" and visit the graves of friends and family when I couldn't have done so in an earlier time.
|D. Gustafson-Nissen||Finch family in Wright Cemetery|
Would you be so kind as to transfer the following memorials to me? Henry and Jinsey are my 3rd great-grandparents. I would like to fill in their information and link them to their families.
Henry Finch # 50212773
Jinsey Finch # 50213003
F.M. Finch # 50212729
J.K.P.Finch # 50212901
John W. Finch # 50212959
|Linda Finch, Basil Rathbone Memorial Society||Thomas J Finch|
Dearest Marc and Donna, Firstly, and most seriously, I think we all owe you two a word of thanks for all the hard diligent work you do here on Finch A Grave. I am writing to ask if it would be okay for me to maintain my Great Grandfather's memorial : http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35184469 Feel free to anwer at my email address or here. Thanking you again,
As Always, Linda Earle Finch
|Kelly & Connie Byrd||Alton Ralph and Nancy Jane (Hamrick) Abell|
Thank you so much for the transfer of these two people to us. We appreciate you.
Good hearing from you, too. Most of the findagravers have moved on. Don't hear much from any of them. Good to hear from you.
Added by June on Feb 13, 2016 3:10 PM
|Sandra Scott||Green Meadows Cemetery|
I wonder if I might have your permission to use the photo of the Green Meadows Cemetery for my family website. Please check http://beach-mcininch.com/mcininch/mcininch-cemeteries.html to see how I plan to use the photo.
|Robin Richardson||Hardison private cemetery in TN|
There are private family cemeteries on farms and one such cemetery is located on a farm in Pottsville, Tennessee in Maury County built in the 1800s:
From current owner Rory Feek's blog site:
"There is a small cemetery in the field behind our farmhouse. It is where Calvin & Sarah Hardison, who built our house back in the 1800ís are buried. Some of their children are buried there also. One gravestone is for a four-year-old boy named Orlando B Hardison. He died in 1862."
Perhaps some missing Hardisons are buried there. I noticed on census forms that some Hardisons moved from TN to TX and birthplaces of parents were also between these two states.
|Billy R Evans||Sisson|
Hello I am Billy Evans son of James and Nila Sisson Evans, I currently live in Greensboro, NC and my wife Anita is very into family history. Would like to know if you or any of the sisters family have pictures, all of mine were lost when my mother passed. I was always told that the Sisson line was Cherokee Indian from Kentucky but cannot get any further back than my great grandfather I was always told that when was drinking to heavy he would go wild in Collin Co. Let me know if you have any info would greatly appreciate it.
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