|John E. Shepherd (#47512153)|
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I am Eli Tatro's step-son and was living in Kingman Kansas until I joined the US Army in 1954. I am trying to help My Sis to find her people. Iam currently living in Cusseta, Alabama and working on a family book from Mo,Ks Ok and Al. I am married to Colley, Prather,Smith am related to Shepherd ,Dyche, Ratlief and Step son of Tatro,Manson.|
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|meerrotts||Burdette /Roberts Cemetery|
Would you happen to have directions for the Burdette/Roberts Cemetery?
I know that it is off CR 236 in Chambers Co. but can't find specific directions on how to get there.
Thanks so much,
|Mark Morrow||✰ Thank You ✰|
Dear John E. Shepherd,
Thank you very much for posting the headstone photo for Elijah Beaird on Find a Grave, 81666356. Since it is a joint headstone with his wife, Ellen P. Jordan-Beaird's, 66731183, information as well, will you please post the same photo on her memorial?
Thank you so much for your help.
Mark Morrow, 46970103
|shelly smith||Find A Grave Memorial# 66730887|
thank you for taking the time out to take pictures and upload them :D
|John W Grier||Jesse L Crenshaw|
Thank you John for taking the time to go and get and post the picture of my gt uncle's headstone. John Grier
Thanks for taking and posting the picture.
|Tom Whalen||Thank you|
Thank you for your time and effort in tracking down the Stokers. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|Diane Lancaster Lovejoy||Lucy Smith|
Thanks so much for trying. I appreciate it!
|Greg McClendon||Isaac Barnes|
Thanks very much for posting the photo of the grave marker of my gggg grandfather Isaac Barnes from Chambers County, Alabama.
Gregory Barnes McClendon
|CWY||My Great Great Uncle|
Thank you so much for having taken and posted this photograph.
Hurshul Venus Yancey is the brother of my great grandfather, Lewis Davis Yancey, so he is my great great uncle.
I have been researching my family, Yancey, for years now and trolling the internet, grasping at what ever little threads might present themselves.
It was so great to see this picture and memorial.
His name has been spelled so many ways, Hurshul, Herschel, Hershel, that unless you try just the right one, you could get a "not found" result, as I have prior to trying this spelling.
To see the actual memorial along with a picture, makes tangible that which seems rather unreal after a while.
Thank you again,
Carlton Wesley Yancey email@example.com
Added by CWY on Mar 26, 2013 9:04 PM
Thank you so much for photographing this grave!
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