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Virginia (#46839647)
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Bio Photo PLEASE DO NOT POST FUNERAL HOME MARKERS AS TOMBSTONE PHOTOS.

PLEASE DO NOT POST DUPLICATE TOMBSTONE PHOTOS.

I began researching my family in about 2005. Some of the Surnames are McCraney, Williamson, Lott, Brock, Lakey, Smith, Turner and Jones. I grew up in Polk Co., TX and discovered most of my ancestors came by way of Mississippi or Alabama.

Surnames on my husband's side are Gregorcyk, Hirscy, Walker, Shives and Bluntzer.

Thanks to the people who share their information, I have been able to find an amazing amount on the Internet. The research can become addictive and never ending; there is always more to the story.

It is not my intent to offend anyone. If I have posted information that you want removed…please ask.

Mistakes are inevitable so if you find any, let me know using the EDIT tab on that memorial page.

When asking for a memorial update or a memorial to be transferred to you, PLEASE use "EDIT" then "SUGGEST A CORRECTION" instead of posting message's.

If you have other questions or request, please use my email address.

Please feel free to use (with acknowledgement, please) any photograph I have taken for your own personal family tree use.
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