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Beverly Singleton (#43160040)
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Bio Photo Daughter of Captain James Frank "Pete" Rogers and Gladys Nell Jordan Rogers. I am trying to add as many relatives as I can. If you find any information whatsoever that is inaccurate, please feel free to contact me at the email address shown below and I will correct the error ASAP. Any additional information is greatly appreciated! Thanks.

I live in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Although I do not have relatives buried in this area, I would be happy to photograph burial plot markers in the Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, New Mexico area for anyone needing them. Just let me know who you are looking for and I will try to help.
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Lilly Jean Beal Engleman
Wiillie Nelson Jr.
What does W. Y. F. stand for on the headstone? 155041690
Added by Lilly Jean Beal Englema... on Dec 04, 2015 7:08 PM
RE: Ambrose Nathan Jordan
When all else fails, document the conflicts and move along. :-) I've been looking at a lot of death certificates and it seems like people just guessed at birth dates. I am hoping that the dates (and names) that are written in stone are the dates the family wants to be remembered. Right or wrong!
Added by Rajordan on Sep 06, 2015 8:59 PM
bob tarte
RE: Capt. James F.
You're welcome, Beverly. Capt Rogers served our country well during a time of need. He deserves to be recognized with a flower on his memorial.
Added by bob tarte on Jun 06, 2015 10:30 PM
GL Tucker
Charles DeWitt "Charley" Miller
Thank you for the pictures and information on Charles DeWitt "Charley" Miller. He was the 1st elected Worshipful Master of Tularosa Lodge # 49. The Lodge was chartered on October 13,1915 and we are celebrating our 100 year anniversary this year. We didn't know were he was buried. I am the Secretary of Tularosa Lodge # 49.
Added by GL Tucker on May 25, 2015 12:30 PM
Iowa Owl
Madrid Photo
Thank you for taking the time to post the photo of Mr. Acuna's gravestone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Iowa Owl on Jun 05, 2014 6:49 PM
Herb Daniel
RE: James Andrew Smith
Two more to add to your list is Drury R Smith who was the father of William Wilkins Smith. He was born in 1813 in Vesta Georgia, not far from Augusta Georgia. He was a house carpenter in 1850, but later became a farmer and in 1870 lived next door to a young minister. He married Rebecca Jane Mosley on Sept 11, 1837. He died on July 1,1890 in Ogelthorpe County Georgia where he lived his entire life.
Added by Herb Daniel on Feb 26, 2014 5:57 AM
Herb Daniel
RE: James Andrew Smith
Papa Smith's father was William Wilkins Smith born in 1847 in Macon Georgia. On 1/14/1869 he married Katherine Alexander in Clarke County, Arkansas. He supposedly died in 1929 in Hardin County, Texas but I can't find evidence of that. Indeed, it would seem that his death was Not in 1929 since Katherine is listed in the 1910 census as living with her son James Andrew Smith and family in Center County Arkansas as his mother. William is not listed with the family, so he most likely died on or before 1910.
Added by Herb Daniel on Feb 22, 2014 10:15 AM
Herb Daniel
RE: James Andrew Smith
Yes, Prentice Dale Morgan was my Uncle and a very sweet man - God rest his soul. Hub and Etha also had two other sons, Harold and Wendall. They worked in the oil industry. All are deceased now. So to recap, their children were Wanda, Harold, Prentice and Wendall.

My folks are Dr. Roy E Daniel and my mother was Wanda Joyce Morgan-Daniel. We lost mother way too early in October 1991. Dad is still living at the age of 92 and in remarkably good health! He has outlived two wives! He is a retired Professor from Baylor School of Denistry and a Colonel from the Army.

Mutt got her name because she was born premature and Papa Smith could put a silver dollar on top of her face and it covered her whole face, so he called her his little mutt.It was truly a miracle that she survived.

I enjoy so much talking to you. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have.

By the way, Papa Smith tragically died after he accidently shot himself in the thigh with his shotgun while hunting down in the river bottoms not far from where they lived.

Added by Herb Daniel on Feb 20, 2014 2:43 PM
Herb Daniel
RE: James Andrew Smith
Beverly, Easter Smith Como's husband's first name was Boyd.

Also, if you were able to attend Etha's funeral, I was the young minister who officiated.

Also, do you know how Mutt got her name?
Added by Herb Daniel on Feb 18, 2014 11:29 PM
Herb Daniel
RE: Etha Smith Morgan
I was referring to James Andrew Smith as my great grandfather, who you have marked on this site as your great grandfather. He was married to Mary Ann Bradley. One of their children was Lona who was my Great Aunt Lona, your grandmother, and two twins known as Easter and Etha. Etha was my grandmother who married a Herbert Henry Morgan. Easter married a man by the last name of Como. There were other children born also, but I do not recall their names at this time.
Added by Herb Daniel on Feb 18, 2014 8:39 AM
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