|Danny Jones (#47476713)|
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I am retired and spending lots of time on our family genealogy.|
My paternal ancestor surnames include Watson, Jones, Shelton, Wilburn, Howard, Arthur, Williams, Hamilton. My maternal ancestor surnames include Robbins, Horseman, Guthrie, Whitley, Mankins, See, Honaker, Dawson. Most of my ancestors are from the South, eg KY, VA, TN, SC, GA, AL, AR and migrated into my native Texas. I am residing in the heart of Texas, in Brown County with my sweetheart Nancy. BHS grad 64, TT 64-65, USAF 66-69, AT&T-LL 69-08.
I only manage memorials that we are related. My photographs on FAG may be used on your personal family trees. I'm still learning and still making mistakes, so if you see one of my errors please let me know and I'll surely make it right.
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|Harold Thornton||RE: Henry 31817086|
The only information I have is what was furnished to me by his family. They stated he died enroute to France and that's why I have him listed as buried at sea.
I did a search of military records and could not find the information you found. Do you know the name of the ship and what port in France it went too? And the date it arrived.
I would like to be sure that he actually made it to France. Or if Libourne, France was just the port of call for the ship. I had a grandmother who was born at sea enroute to the US and her birth records show she was born in Canada, but she never has been there. The point I'm making is he may have died at sea but Libourne is just listed as death place.
Looking forward to your reply.
|bhrfrd123||RE: David M Loftis|
I went by my local public library today, and they happened to have a transcription book for Oakwood Cemetery (published 1981). David M. Loftis wasn't listed. So he may still be buried at Oakwood, but if so, his grave is unmarked.
|bhrfrd123||RE: David M Loftis|
I wish I could check the cemetery for you, but I live about two hours away. I can tell you that it is a huge cemetery, so going out on foot and looking probably wouldn't be an option anyway. I don't know of a cemetery association that you could contact; I think that it is probably managed by the city. I believe that the Comanche Public Library has copies of transcription books, or there is a website at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txcomanc/lookups.htm that shows people willing to do lookups. Those are probably your best bets.
Sorry I couldn't be more help. Good luck with your search.
|Ray Mobley||Bratton's Mullins|
Thank You for the transfer's of Jack, Betha and Woodie Bratton. I will take good care of them.If You ever need and help, please let Me know. Ray Mobley
|Patricia Ash||replacemeent picture of grave marker|
This a request for a new picture of Doris Larue Heasley Ash grave marker. Memorial #107090370
it is very shaded and cannot see both names
Also post picture of grave marker on Cecil Lyle Ash
Memoria #148305565 if possible.
My Mother Doris Larue Heasley Ash father was
James Leo Heasley memorial #20200469 his Mother
was Hattie Ophelia Guthrie Heasley memorial #63304172
her father was William Jasper Guthrie memorial
Anything you can do with help getting new picture
of grave marker for both Doris Ash and Cecil Ash
would really be appreciated. I am in California.
Thank you Patricia Ash ; email@example.com