|Robert Hague (#47055438)|
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Family research has been a part of my life for over 30 years. I do volunteer work at the LDS Family History Center located in my neighborhood even though I am not Mormon. I call myself the gentile librarian. I live on the west side of Houston in Katy. I was born in Waco, Texas and go there every few months to be with family. Many of my family members are buried in the Robinson Cemetery south of Waco going back to my great-great-grandmother. Growing up in Robinson, a farming community at the time, was a wonderful experience. |
At the age of fifteen my parents and I moved to Texarkana, Texas. I completed high school and junior college in Texarkana. While attending UT my parents moved back to Robinson. I did six months of active duty in the Marine Corps and five and a half years in the reserve program. After completing the six months active duty, I moved to Houston, TX to seek my fortune. I would have to say my wife, children and grandchildren are my fortune. I am happily married and retired and have eight grandchildren which add joy to my life. If you think I can help you, feel free to contact me.
If you have any corrections or additions to a memorial, please let me know. If you would like for me to transfer a memorial, please let me know.
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|Gloria||Placie Huston Hampton|Added by Gloria on Oct 03, 2015 1:03 PM
|Leona Henderson||Hardin Elizabeth Henderson|
I would like to ask your permission to attach (to my Ancestry tree) the photo you posted to her memorial.
I will certainly give you credit for the photo if I have your permission.
She was my husband's father's half-sister whom he never knew about.
Thank you for adding the photos to her memorial for Find A Grave.
Hello Robert! Would you please transfer James Montgomery to me? His daughter was married to my uncle, Balthazar Berleth. I have great stories and photos to add. Regards, Irin Smith
|Margo Smith||RE: picture for Daniel Murphy|
Thank you so much, However I was wondering how you got the names to show up so much better.
Hopefully I will be out there soon.
|TOM RAMBY||RE: Thomas and Martha Morris|
Added Bio for Finettie Bagley.
|Margo Smith||picture for Daniel Murphy|
I am so sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you. Anyone who takes =
better pictures than I can get is ok with me. Can you share how you do it? =
I would love to get better pictures to share with people. Please do not rem=
ove yours. I only do it to help. At this time I am unable to gt out and tak=
e pictures right now but hope in the future I will be able to do more. I wa=
s unable to walk much for a long time, doing better and looking forward to =
helping in the future.Thanks.Margo Smith
PS. I removed my picture
|Gloria||Susan Waggoner #14745399|
Hey Bob, it's me Gloria. I have looked for Susan's marker for a year or so, but can't find it. She is not listed in the directory even tho a short obit is posted. Do you have any suggestions for further research? Due to the Waggoners' status, I felt her marker would be in the family plot under the tree; obvious grave markers gone there but she has never been recorded as being there. Help!
Added by Gloria on Aug 12, 2015 5:02 PM
|Karen Baker||Penelope Lingan photo|
Thanks for the photo. Are you related to her?
|Erma Kelso||Bert Kelso|
Thank you very much for finding Bert Kelso's grave. He was my husband's uncle and died a young man.
All these years, I thought he was buried in Indiana or Ohio.
My mother in law, Flossie Hottle from Lufkin was to marry Bert , but he passed away and she married his brother Emery Kelso. They had 5 children and I was married to Emery Jr. for over
60 years but they are all dead now, including my husband.
All this time,I had thought that Flossie had gone north and met the Kelsos up there and then returned to Houston. But evidently, the Kelso family moved down here and she met him here.
My daughter and I are looking forward to going to see Bert's grave on May 1st. We really do appreciate finding out this information.
|Cindy S Munson||RE: George Erskine Ince|
Your welcome I also have George Kent "Major" Ince obit also I'll try and get that one to you tonight, it's also very long.
I've been working on this cemetery for a number of years, trying to find out who these people were and your right the obits do give you insight into the kind of person they were.
I'm sure I'll have many more for you.
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