|Jim Nelson (#47275092)|
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I am a retired Pharmacist; I have been married 43 years and have 4 beautiful children. My wife and I look forward to traveling, antiquing and spending time with our families. I have lived in Tyler, Tx since 1952; originally from Hugo, Ok. Searching family history and going to cemeteries is a hobby my wife and I enjoy together.|
Linking familes together from generation to generation is fascinating and challenging.
Remembering past generations seems to have become a lost art and helping others connect with their families is indeed a pleasure.
In addition to photo requests, I always try to take other pictures, especially those with same surnames as the requests. If these are not on FAG
I make a memorial for them.If any are your relatives I will gladly transfer them to you.
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|Don Littlepage||Betty Littlepage|
Thanks Jim, I appreciate your help.
|Don Littlepage||Floyd B Littlepage|
Thanks For a Great Pic. Anything I can do on this end please let me know. Thanks again
|Dana Meeks||Memorial photo|
Hi Jim You have a memorial photo attached to Ralph Wiley Delashaw at Find A Grave Memorial# 61786478. Since it is for both Ralph & Elizabeth, would you please attach it to his wife Elizabeth Gibson Delashaw at Find A Grave Memorial# 61786595?
|Deborah Moon-Taylor||Mary Elizabeth Musick Pierce|
Hello. I am researching my Choate family and came across Elizabeth Musick (daughter of Roena Choate & Samuel Musick) who was born 1850 in Texas. In 1880 census she is living in Cherokee Co., TX & in the household are husband Dick Pierce b. abt 1826 in AL. In the household, besides Elizabeth & Dick, are Riley age 15, Ransom age 10, Edward age 8 & Burdette age 3.
I believe that Elizabeth Musick's mother died in childbirth & her father Samuel Musick went out to California (probably a gold miner).
In 1860 census Elizabeth Musick is in household of James & Elmira "Mira" Farmer Choate in Revalee, Scott County, Arkansas - James & Mira may be her uncle & aunt. Also in household are children of James & Mira - R.R., Sapona, Aminta & Eli; also there is Mary Choate, possible mother of James.
The picture you have looks very Native American. I have always been told my Choate family was Native American.
Can you provide me with any additional information?
My email is email@example.com
Thank you so much,
|Bonnie||Infant Daughter Ramirez|
Liberty Hills Memorial Garden Cemetery
Look at the photo you placed for his child that was B & D Aug. 5, 1960. Memorial # 62051755, there is a photo that is showing Gilbert Ramirez stone and to the left top corner there is a small metal cross, no markings. Is this for the infant daug. or what, where or when. Ha Ha.
Added by Bonnie on Oct 18, 2015 11:30 AM
|Roger Southern||Hickman - Fout|
William Harris Hickman married Margaret "Maggie" Cook in Wright co. MO. Oct 19, 1865. Lived Laclede co. MO. 1870 & 1880.
Came to Baxter co. AR after 1883... Son Ira Thomas married Lizzie Fout in Baxter co. AR April 24, 1892. She was dau of John "Pap" Fout. 1/2 sister to Daniel Fout.
Sarah Francis Hickman married John Richard Fout, in Baxter co. AR son of Daniel Fout.
Clara Mae Hickman married Charles Mathew Fout
Baxter co. AR Jan 8, 1899. Son of Daniel Fout. Had 1 dau. He was killed 1902 cutting Timber on the Fout Farm. Mrs Clara Fout married John James Phaby in Baxter co. AR July 4, 1903..They are buried in Washington Co. AR.Fairview Memorial Park Cemt.
Florence Hickman married in Baxter co. AR 1893, didn't last long..She married Allen Sherman Wilkins Baxter co. AR Sept 11, 1895. Both buried Mountain Home Cemt. Baxter co. AR.
Allen was brother to Stella May Wilkins who married William Monroe Fout in Baxter co. AR. Feb 10, 1895. He was 1/2 brother to Lizzie Fout. William & Stella buried Mountain Home Cemt.Baxter co. AR. under Fouts.
Infant Son Barnes, Son of James Robert Barnes, mother was unfound. If you want to add this to his memorial.
Added by Bonnie on Sep 25, 2015 8:22 PM
If you remember passing a metal stairway just before you got to the Brownsboro cemetery, that is the Holliman cemetery (on both sides of the "road").
have been to the Brownsboro cemetery 5-6 times before but for some reason never noticed the markers on the outside of the fence. Saw where you have posted on both. Question do you have any idea if the Carvers plots are part of Brownsboro, or are they separate? Henderson historical says they are separate> The Holliman plot I know is a separate cemetery and is on private property.
I have talked to both John Harman (of Harman Funeral Home) he grew up in Brownsboro and has relatives buried there. Have also talked to Billy Jean who over sees Brownsboro so I know they are separate( how ever have not been able to convince the person who combined post all in one )that they are entirely separate. Brownsboro is a AA cemetery and Holliman family was white. Don't have a clue about the Carvers and have not been able to get in touch with either one who might know.
|KD Burleson||RE: Albert O Downs|
Thanks for your help. I primarily just take photos, but at times notice dates....... Never really sure whether I'm correct or not and rely on the originator of the memorial. I'm an old retired guy, so I have a senior moment myself from time to time.
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