|Teresa "Tombstone Tourist" (#47757883)|
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I do not mind the use of photos that I have taken. (Credit for photos used on other websites would be greatly appreciated.)|
Also, please contact me reguarding transfers of memorials. I will gladly transfer immediate family members, as long as they are not members of my own family.
I live in Verbena, Alabama. (Chilton County)
I am currently working on recording and taking pictures of all graves in the Chilton Memorial Gardens cemetery in Clanton, AL. If you have a loved one buried there that is not yet on Find A Grave, as long as they have a visible marker, I will get them added shortly.
If you have any information that you would like added to a memorial, or any links that should be made, please send them to me using the Edit link at the top of the memorial. I will get any corrections made as soon as possible (usually within a couple of days at the most).
****If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take over the records. I am one of many willing to take over records. This really will help reduce duplicates. It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to make these transfers should you go inactive without warning.***** Thank You (Borrowed from another FAG Contributor)
Tombstone tourist (otherwise known as a "taphophile", "cemetery enthusiast" or "grave hunter" or "graver") describes an individual who has a passion for and enjoyment of cemeteries. This involves epitaphs, gravestone rubbing, photography, art, and history of (famous) deaths.
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|Sandy C||Fred Ross Williams|
memorial #55408618 Are you related to this person?
Added by Sandy C on Aug 23, 2015 9:25 AM
|jmgs1||Minnie Lee Ward Jackson # 97704056|
Hey, Teresa! I have a question regarding Minnie's death day. In a 1910 directory Minnie was living in B'ham, Alabama (Augustus A,(Minnie) grocr, 4508 7th av WY-Birmingham, Alabama, USA) & in 1910 ~ 28 May, a Minnie Jackson died in Jefferson County, Alabama. Minnie in buried in Chilton County but I do not believe she died in Chilton County on 6 Jan.
Added by jmgs1 on Jul 04, 2015 10:45 PM
|James||Transfer of Graves|
I would like to see if you would transfer a couple of your grave memorials that you manage.
Find A Grave Memorial# 128479157 James Harry Puckett(My father)
Find A Grave Memorial# 128479279 Marie G Puckett (My Grandmother)
Find A Grave Memorial# 128481390 Macie Shows Jones (My Great Grandmother)
Your Yahoo account keeps kicking my messages back to me.
Thank you for your time and effort in what you do on find a grave.
Thanks James Puckett
Added by James on Apr 24, 2015 10:04 AM
|Michael D. Snell||James Richard Taylor - Memorial 25550548|
Could you take a look at your memorial for James Richard Taylor (23 Feb 1869-1 Jun 1938) (Memorial 25550548).
In your memorial, he is shown as the son of William Barton Taylor and Elizabeth Driver Taylor. William Barton was my great-grandfather. I have no record of a son named James Richard. Additionally, William Barton Taylor and Elizabeth had a son, born on May 6, 1869 named John W. Taylor. He was Hughie Taylor's father. This conflicts with a February birth date given for James Richard.
I believe James Richard Taylor was the first son of John Wesley Taylor (1848-1898) and Mary Frances McKee Taylor (1847-1922). He appears as James R. on all census records for John Wesley Taylor. Additionally, James Richard and Josephine's son, Richard Columbus, was married to my grandmother's (Mary Ann Powell Taylor) sister, Eva Louise Powell. In that way, James Richard was related to me through both my grandfather and by marriage through my grandmother's families. Mary Ann Powell Taylor was married to Walter David Taylor (my grandfather), who you show as James Richard's brother. This would also be incorrect.
Thanks, and if you need more information, just let me know.
|Ryan Hunsinger||Henry H Brown|
How are u related to the Browns??
Henry is the son of Marvin and sarah Brown
Grandson of Henry T Brown and Margaret E Hudson Brown.
and Great Grandson Of Elisha Hudson and Rebecca Griffith Hudson. on the Hudson line only.
Here is my Line
My Mother Debbie Bailey
My Grandmother Wyma Hudson
my Great Grandfather Joseph G Hudson
my Great Great Grandfather Joseph D Hudson
My Great Great Great Elisha Hudson.
|Teresa ||Betha C. Foshee|
Thank You for taking the tombstone pictures of my aunt Betha.
Added by Teresa on Nov 08, 2014 10:39 PM
Thank you so very much for taking the grave stone photos of my Gore grandparents. your time and devotion to F A G are vey much appreciated.
|T H Hubert||MOORE SEARS MEMORIALS|
As a newcomer to Find-a-Grave,I have just received the management of the memorial to Joseph Wiley Sears, the husband of Malinda Frances, who is, of course, my great grandfather.
From that marriage came my grandmother, Bertha Scottie Sears. From her marriage to Pinkney Madison Moore, my grandfather, came my mother, Frances Moore Hubert Smith along with her two siblings.
Harvey Moore was my mother's half brother, one of Pinkney's sons by his first marriage.
Anyway, I am writing to ask if you would be willing to transfer the management of the above-named memorials to me.
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
My public name is T H Hubert.
Thank you for your consideration. And thank you for managing these memorials.
I can give you my member number when you write.
P. S. I got a bounce back when I used your e-mail address.
|David L Nesbitt||Eura & Charlie Sandlin Headstone Photos|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my photo requests of Eura and Charlie Sandlin and for your contributions to the Find-A-Grave community. Keep up the great work.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Wingard Requests|
Thanks so much for filling our request, we really appreciate your help.
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