|Jan Baughman (#47586068)|
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I was born and raised in Kansas. I moved to NW Houston in 1986. I am a mom to two History teachers that I could not be more proud of. Genealogy runs deep in our family.|
I find cemeteries comforting and peaceful. Therefore it is only fitting that I take pictures while I am in one. I want future generations to be able to easily find information on their relatives. The internet is a wonderful tool to use in this way.
I volunteer my time as a National Memorial Lady. We are a group of 30 ladies who honor our vets at every opportunity. I also am a Senior Ride Captain for the Patriot Guard Riders who escort our military safely to their final resting place on motorcycles. I have a special gratitude for our military men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice as well as all who served the USA proudly. Both of my father-in-laws served in WWII, one in the US Army Air Corp. and the other in the US Navy.
If you are requesting a transfer for a particular memorial, please let me know what relation that you are to the deceased. I will make consideration at that point. If you want to use any of my grave stone pics, feel free to....no need to ask.
America....Home of the Free because of the BRAVE.
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|marelle44||Harvey Olin Jeane, Jr|
Thanks so much for taking the time to travel to the cemetery and photograph Harvey O. Jeane, Jr.'s headstone and thank you for posting it to your Memorial for him. It's a love photo.
|marelle44||Harvey Olin Jeane, Jr.|
I know the obituary that you have posted to Harvey's Memorial (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=102748644) was in the Conroe Courier, but do you happen to know the date that it published?
|Janeen Watson||photo request|
Thank you so much for taking the time to fill my photo request. Since I am unable to travel anymore, you have made it possible for me to see what I would probably never be able to see on my own. Thanks again!
Thank you very much, your time and effort is greatly appreciated. Judy
Added by Judy on Nov 17, 2016 6:32 PM
|Valerie Neal||Franklin Callaway|
Thank you for the stone photo of him and Yvonne. Family had no clue when he had passed, since they were estranged.
THANK YOU FOR THE HEADSTONE PICTURE OF MY DADDYS BROTHER MY UNCLE LOUIS TERRY TUBB IN HOUSTON MEMORIAL CEMETARY SO VERY MUCH, SINCERELY, JAMES E. TUBB, JR.
Added by j. TUBB on Oct 30, 2016 2:08 AM
|Moon Child||Photo for #100108969|
Thank you so much for filling this request.
Your Find A Grave work is very much appreciated.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Fred B Machol|
I went to visit family (Bailey) and (Ledoux) and first grave I saw was Fred B Machol who's son grew up with my 3 sons. He is active with all the Veterans in this area and recently brought his neighbor Chick Havey (WW2 hero) to speak to my DAR chapter. So wow right there in front of me first stone I see is Fred. You know how that happens sometimes when you volunteer for find a grave. LOL So wanted to send you a thank you for your work and let you know I'm so happy to leave this work to some younger volunteers like you when I leave. I've been doing it for 40 years back when people really thought I was weird. Anyway thank you so much for all your generous time. I will add you to my friends list.
|FJReck||Photo for Ernest Stidston|
Thank you for taking the time and effort in fulfilling my photo request. AND creating a memorial for his wife Alice. Very much appreciated. JR.
Added by FJReck on Oct 21, 2016 9:13 AM
|nancy price||Drusilla & Garvice Jennings|
Thank you for attaching headstone photos to the memorials for my aunt and uncle in Houston National Cemetery. It was greatly appreciated and very kind of you.
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