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|Hi, I am EJQ, born, raised, and still living in the North Texas area.|
Graving, and visiting cemeteries where relatives are buried is a family project for us. I believe teaching my kids about their Texas roots is important.
If you find a family member of yours in one of my memorials, and would like to add more information, or request a transfer, I will be glad to do so, as long as they are not related to me. Also, I'm human, I often make mistakes.
Please send me a SAC. which will give me all the information I need to do as you request. Please state your relationship, too. If you are new, and need help, Find A Grave's main page has a Frequently Asked Questions section, aka FAQ's, which can explain things, much better than me.
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Thank you so very much for this gift of a sponsorship. Your kindness is so appreciated in all you do on the site. I am humbled by your gesture.
Added by bill on May 16, 2015 9:23 AM
|Steve Thomas||RE: Laymon Pigford linking|
Thanks for being the one paying attention. Sun spots, yeah I'll go with that. Steve
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||John Vaden|
Thank you so much for your help with John Vaden and all the work you do for Find A Grave. Your work is appreciated.
Jewel Stephens is my Grandfather. Are you related to him?
|A Walston||Willis Thomas Chaney & Lillie Clementine Heatly|
Hello, I'm wondering if you are a descendant of Willis Thomas Chaney and Lillie Clementine Heatly. Lillie Clementine Heatly is the daughter of George W. Heatly and Malissa A. E. Walston. I'm researching the Walston line and I'd really like to hear from you if you are a descendant.
Merry Christmas to you and family.
Added by LKat on Dec 25, 2014 7:20 AM
There was a time when I thought Chapman was not a common name. Now I know there is no such thing as an uncommon name.
Some one, some where along the way, had a William Chapman in the same line as mine. My 3rd great-grandparents (John & Nancy Chapman) came from S.C. to LA. Some of their children stayed in LA, some went to MS (where my direct line comes in)and some came to TX. I can't get past LA., but I'll keep trying.
Thanks for your quick answer. ginger d.
p.s. I'm in South TX.
|v.chapman davenport||William Chapman-Tira Ceme|
Do you have any information on where William C. lived before TX, or his parents or siblings. Some one listed him as a child of John and Nancy Chapman, who both died in St Tammany Parish, LA.
|Reidar Sumstad||Eva Belle Woods McCallum|
Thank you so much for creating this memorial and for the timely update, I appreciate it!
Added by Dianne on Apr 04, 2014 3:10 PM
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