|Suzee Burts (#47308627)|
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I truly enjoy putting together the historical puzzle genealogy presents. Family names I am researching are: Burts, King, Terrell, Wilson. Send me an email if you think I can help with your search. |
I give permission for any photo/information I have posted to be copied and used. It's all public record; if you see that I've made a mistake please contact me with the correct information. There's nothing like following an ancestors trail only to find out later it's not the correct trail.
If I'm not related to any memorial I manage, you are welcome to manage it. I know findagrave has a guideline of 4 generations, but the way I look at it, if I'm not related to the person, why would I want to keep the memorial? I think it's only logical for someone related to manage the memorial - it's just a guideline. Just send me the request through the memorial - please don't forget to include your member number.
I have the greatest respect to all who help me solve my genelogy puzzles. Thank you for all your time and hard work.
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|Jeanne Gaumer||RE: Walker Coppock|
Thanks! I have added the dates to his page.
|Rene' Livingstone Comer||Hi Suzie :-)|
I am researching the George Henry Wilson/Mary Ann Anderson Wilson line. Geo Henry was my maternal 3rd Great Grandfather. I saw a document, I believe a death certificate for one of his daughters (can't remember her name off hand), that stated Geo Henry was born in Paris, France and not New York. Do you recall where the New York birth information came from? Appreciate greatly your input on FindAGrave! By the way, there is a facebook page "SmithFamily Heritage" https://www.facebook.com/smithfamily.heritage.1 that includes the following people for those interested: George Henry Wilson and wife Mary Ann Anderson Wilson, William Hyler Wilson and wife Lou Ella Cooper Wilson, William Lumpkin Smith and wife Nancy Jane Foster Smith, William Bartley Smith and wife Minnie Evelyn Wilson Smith.
|Steve Burton||Hooker Boren at San Luis Cemetery|
there are two Borens at this cemetery
Boren, Hooker R 1914 1962 NM-H-B3
Boren, Mittie K 1875 1966
There is NO cooperation from the San Luis Cemetery with Find A Grave volunteers. However, according to the San Luis Obispo County Genealogical Society you can request a photo of who you are looking for by doing the following:
Address your email to email@example.com
Put in the subject line San Luis Cemetery Headstone photo
Give them the name and birth and death dates, or as much as you know. Ask them to send a picture of the headstone, and tell them how you are related or what your interest is in this person. They will appreciate that.
They will send you the photo as an attachment to email. They took photos of the thousands of headstones they indexed in 2009 and 2010. They photographed virtually all headstones that could be deciphered. So pretty much everyone, who was buried there before 2009-2010 has a picture of their headstone in the database of the Genealogical Society. The society will respond to individuals, but prefers not to send pictures in bulk to Find A Grave volunteers. They also have not made an agreement to download their data to the Find A Grave servers.
This information may only be used in genealogical research.
As a reference here is the website for the index
|J. C. Hooper||Mrs. Jesse L. Hood, Highland Cem., Lawton, OK|
I'm sorry but Mrs. Jesse L. Hood does not have a grave marker. I have posted a photo of the area as a record that a photo was requested and a marker not found. Unfortunately, many of the graves in Block 41 where she's buried do not have grave markers.
|deegraver||RE: Rebecca Booker Townes|
thank you so much for the info. I am not kin.
|deegraver||Rebecca Booker Townes|
I see you left a flower on her memorial page. do you know her dates or anything about her? children? anything?
|Mary Jones||RE: Cudd Relatives|
I apologize for the long response. I haven't logged in quite some time. I will be glad to transfer ownership of your requests. I posted pics of them along with the rest of the cemetery.
I also do ancestry research and traced them through the US census and the Cudds and Herrings traveled from South Carolina to Mississippi and on to Louisiana. It has been surveyed I understand at least twice before. I discovered my ggrandfather Aaron Herring is buried in there in Campground Cemetery, through civil war pension application my ggrandmother filed.(unfortunately, no marker, as I would love to apply for one through the VA. They will furnish a headstone, but must have a location.)
|Karen Manasco||RE: Henry Terrell|
Sorry don't have any dates for anyone...grandmother Betty/Bettie Terrell Melton died December 1897 or that's what I was told...just can't find anything on her. There was a Henry Terrell on the 1870 census that was married to L. J. Terrell with 2 daughters.
|Karen Manasco||RE: Henry Terrell|
Only info I have is Henry Terrell and wife was Babe. My grandmother was born in Marion County, Alabama. What info you sent me I already have....trying to pin-point the correct Henry Terrell. I have been told John Dabney's son Henry Clay Terrell never married.
|Karen Manasco||Henry Terrell|
Hi, I am trying to find info on my grandmother Bettie Viola Terrell who married William H. Melton. Her father was one Henry Terrell and mother Babe Terrell...from info gathered it looks like "Babe" was Louise or Lishey Cantrell Terrell later married to Marion Henson. Am trying to find proof if this Henry Terrell was the son of John D. Terrell. Thanks for any info! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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