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J Fay (#47630089)
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I have been working on my genealogy since I was in my teens. Sites like Find A Grave have helped me tremendously and now I am trying to return the favor to others.

If any of my memorials are of friends or family you would like to maintain please feel free to ask for a transfer.

Any photos posted by me can be used and shared as you wish. If I have posted one to your memorial and you do not wish it to be there for any reason just let me know and I will be glad to remove it. I am trying to be sure there is a photo to accompany every memorial but have no wish to upset anyone.

Corrections and additional information for my memorials are always welcome.
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Laura Drummond
Mary Louise Steele Paschal
I'd love to take this one off your hands--She was my grandmother. So, I'd be happy to have her

Thanks!

Laura Drummond
Added by Laura Drummond on Jul 29, 2015 1:49 PM
Madeline W. Copeland
Esssie "Joy" Jay - Willard
Thank you for your kindness.
Could the name of my mother,
Essie Jay Willard's mother,
be corrected? Her name should
be listed, ADDIE ROY BOZZELL JAY)
(It is now incorrect as "Altie Ray".)
I could not locate the place where we
could make edit (correction) for parent
names. Thank you. Madeline
Added by Madeline W. Copeland on Jul 10, 2015 11:01 AM
Madeline W. Copeland
Re: Addie Roy Bozzell - Jay
Thanks a million for all you effort
posting and donating so much time to
our Fine-a-Grave project. Madeline
Added by Madeline W. Copeland on Jun 23, 2015 5:50 PM
Donna Z
Memorial# 105770426
Hi-
Looking for more information on her. I believe she "may" be Katherine Merritt-Fitzgerald. Her mother would have been Mabel Annie Goodman-Cradoct also buried in this cemetery.

Do you have access to any records that might shed light on her?

Thanks in advance,
Donna
Added by Donna Z on Jun 11, 2015 3:25 PM
CindyC.
Henry and Florence Cannon
Thank you so much for the transfer's, it is very appreciated.
Added by CindyC. on Apr 15, 2015 2:54 PM
Lori Kessler
thank you
Thank you so much for going and taking a photo of Stella Dunn Karney grave stone. It was very kind of you to use your free time to help me!!!
Lori
Added by Lori Kessler on Feb 17, 2015 7:04 AM
Mary(Coggin)Russell
RE: Edwin Murrie
I added the photo and the only thing I have is the info under the photo and I left that attached. It does say at the top of the page: STAFF Non-commissioned Officers.
Thanks
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Dec 29, 2014 4:59 PM
Carolyn Hebbe McLeod
Johnny, Thomas & Edith Janota
Thank you very much for the transfer of my family members to me.

Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Hebbe McLeod on Oct 05, 2014 10:58 AM
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
Newton C. Murrie (1837-1878)
Below is my entry for your "Newton C. Murrie" and his father, "Mathias Murry", in my 200-page Name Index of my 1.046-page book that is from handwritten records. The 6th edition of my book will be printed in February 2015.
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Newton C. Murrie (1837 TX-1878 RRiv Co) m-K. Fishback; Whitfield's 27th Cav, Co F, Lt (Lt, Red Riv Co, TST)
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MURRY, Mathias (Walter) Murry, d-bef 1850 Red River cen p255, m-Martha, ch: Felix, Newton, M. Luther, and Jeff (1838 Edmondson's Riflemen & 1838 Hamilton's Company)
.
All four of his boys were soldiers in Confederate military units organized in Red River County TX. Yes, all four are listed in my book.
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I think the "Mathias Murry" listed in Robert S. Hamilton's Company organized in 1838 Red River County is the same person as the "Walter Murry" listed in Wm. Edmondson's 1838 Northeast Texas militia. I also found a Mathen Murry of that era and place ... Mathen sounds like Mathias. .. Yes, a handwritten Walter may appear as a Mathen .. You can find Edmondson's and Hamilton's 1838 militias on the Texas Archives web site.
.
Keep in mind that I have worked for over 22 years on these handwritten records of North Texas. The reason we have seen very few books about the Civil War after 1862 in North Texas is that it must be studied as a block: between OKC, Dallas, Texarkana and Childress TX. If requested, I will send ONE-page via e-mail to illustrate this concept.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Oct 02, 2014 6:45 AM
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
Newton C. Murrie (1837-1878)
Below is my entry for your "Newton C. Murrie" and his father, "Mathias Murry", in my 200-page Name Index of my 1.046-page book that is from handwritten records. The 6th edition of my book will be printed in February 2015.
.
Newton C. Murrie (1837 TX-1878 RRiv Co) m-K. Fishback; Whitfield's 27th Cav, Co F, Lt (Lt, Red Riv Co, TST)
.
MURRY, Mathias (Walter) Murry, d-bef 1850 Red River cen p255, m-Martha, ch: Felix, Newton, M. Luther, and Jeff (1838 Edmondson's Riflemen & 1838 Hamilton's Company)
.
All four of his boys were soldiers in Confederate military units organized in Red River County TX. Yes, all four are listed in my book.
.
I think the "Mathias Murry" listed in Robert S. Hamilton's Company organized in 1838 Red River County is the same person as the "Walter Murry" listed in Wm. Edmondson's 1838 Northeast Texas militia. I also found a Mathen Murry of that era and place ... Mathen sounds like Mathias. .. Yes, a handwritten Walter may appear as a Mathen .. You can find Edmondson's and Hamilton's 1838 militias on the Texas Archives web site.
.
Keep in mind that I have worked for over 22 years on these handwritten records of North Texas. The reason we have seen very few books about the Civil War after 1862 in North Texas is that it must be studied as a block: between OKC, Dallas, Texarkana and Childress TX. If requested, I will send ONE-page via e-mail to illustrate this concept.
.
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Oct 02, 2014 2:26 AM
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