|Clay Homister (#46547859)|
| || member for 11 years, 3 months, 24 days|
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Home: Houston, Texas|
Please see my Memorials for:
Rodriguez Laurenzo, Ninfa
Rose, Louis Moses
Geronimo, Little Robe
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|Jane M. Howard||Gen. Bruno Hochmuth|
Were you the person who sent a package containing the general's biographic info to the Commandant's office a few years ago, with a request for it to be forwarded to his family?
|acousintoo||J. W. Swilling|
Hi, Have you given any thought to having Find A Grave list this memorial as "famous?" I have done a lot of research on this person, and in my opinion ... if he isn't famous ... then neither is anyone else!
|Kelley Bean||Sidney Sherman|
Thank you for making space, I have added a photo of his part of the tombstone. Nice work on this memorial!
|Carolyn Dennis Kress||Joseph Slade|
Thanks for adding the link to Joseph Slades Find A Grave memorial.
Carolyn Dennis Kress
|Kyle McCullough||Gail Bordens Family|
Hello, Im actually from Orange County NY and live 3 miles from Gail Bordens Mansion as well as the old milk Factory. I actually did a photo tour of Marion Bordens Mansion a couple weeks ago. If you didnt know already Marion Borden is the Granddaughter of Gail Borden. On the Mansion Property is a burial Site of 3 people. John G Borden Gails son, Johns wife Ellen Borden and there daughter Marion. I have a photo of there stone but dont know where I could upload it on here since its on the Estate property and not in a cemetery, any ideas?
|Gary Mowrey||Thank You|
Thank you for Transfering William Brazelton to allow me to manage the site.
Gary Mowrey and mother, Evelyn Brazelton.
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||Genrl. James Long|
Hello! It appears General James Long (Morton Cemetery) in Fort Bend County, TX, died on May 14th (not 11th). Please see the tombstone photo.
|Carmelita Andrews Rhodes||William Edward & Eliza Rhoudes|
Thanks for the transfer of William Edward and Eliza Rhoudes.
|dgray||William Physick Zuber|
Also authured book "My Eighty Years in Texas". It has a fabulous picture of him on the cover. The Texas Centennial Commission also erected a marker on the courthouse lawn of Anderson Texas that bears the name of William Physick Zuber and slso a state marker erected at San Jacinto. Texas State Archives in Austin contain a file called the Zuber Papers which contain the original manuscript - 900 pages plus - of "MY Eighty Years in Texas" and many other manuscripts, notes and letters. (This is an ancestor of my husbands.)
Added by dgray on May 21, 2009 12:21 AM