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Richard Mayo (#47858066)
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Bio Photo I'am just an old retired Cowboy:
If there is anyway i can help someone just let me know, I'am a proud born again Christian who Loves Jesus with all my Heart, am willing to talk to anyone about Him, so if you just need to chat we will sit around the camp fire and Chat away, send me a msg.

"Remember the days of old; consider the generations long past." (Deuteronomy 32:7 "

"Speak the Truth in Love" (Ephesians 4:15)

Each one of us should always remember we are working with people's love and emotion, when dealing with their dearly departed- let's work together in kindness and say a Prayer along the way

My simple Prayer:
Oh Lord, I reckon I'm not much.I fail a lot of things You know I ought to do. but when I make my last ride and get life's final call, my only hope will be, For me to hear You say " COME ON MY CHILD IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO RIDE WITH ME'

My Thoughts for the Veterans who died for us:
Tread lightly, This is a soldiers grave, Who fought in a Foreign land,Not afraid when freedom called they raised their hand, Giving their life they were buried in a simple mound; And yet to folks like you and me It should be Honored ground. . .

Here is my motto:
If one lives in the heart's of those they leave behind, With Jesus by their side,then truly they do not die, for they are not lost to memory! And never lost to love! But gone to be with our Father in His house above!

TO ALL CHRISTIANS:
To the broken hearted who are left behind, we extend sympathy. We can only remind you that they are not dead, rather simply asleep-resting after a long and well-spent life here. Though they are gone their record has been made and is written in the Book of Life Which God will Open and read aloud someday, and their memory will remain with you a lasting treasure.

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Vera Hall Cox
Rodney Gaither Mayo
Try this again Rodney was married to my Aunt Janice Marie Reep by marriage. My Uncle Bill Hall's Grand Dad was Amos R. Upton. Small World. Vera J Hall Cox. By the way Uncle Bill & Aunt Jan are special people. Aunt Jan then married Rodney.
Added by Vera Hall Cox on Jun 24, 2015 9:33 PM
Patricia Craig
Sarah Bagley/Dudley
Hi Cowboy. Thanks for your message about the correct maiden name of Sarah deSpain Dudley., memorial # 6769405. Actually, this is her correct maiden name. Sallie deSpain married Marion P Dudley on 27 May 1891; she was his 3rd wife. Typical of these ancestry trees, Marion's first wife was also named Sarah - and her maiden name is Bagley, dau of Henry Cook Bagley and Martha Adeline Ball. Sarah A.F. Bagley married Marion P Dudley 31 Dec 1874 in Ft Worth, Tarrant County, TX. This Sarah Bagley Dudley (d. 1882) is my Great-Great grandmother, mother of Arch J Dudley, my maternal grandfather. I have DNA links to Bagley and Ball lines. Unfortunately, no information of the burial of the firs Sarah Dudley. Any help? I so appreciate efforts of others to help correct misinformation!
Added by Patricia Craig on Jun 20, 2015 2:28 PM
Sharon Stockton Franklin
Jewell M Allen Stockton, Mosley
I am looking for my grandmothers info She was married twice I can not find her grave> Can you help?

Thanks,
Sharon Stockton Franklin
Added by Sharon Stockton Franklin on Jun 18, 2015 3:16 PM
Scott Loyd Bayless
Henry George Stripe
Richard:

Thank-you for your in-progress linking -- my paternal grandmother, Margaret May Ruark (BAYLESS,STRIPE)with her second husband Henry Stripe.

Blessings,

Scott.
Added by Scott Loyd Bayless on Jun 07, 2015 3:55 PM
David R. Cheesman, Sen.
Simpson Bell 1825-1911
Thank you, Richard.
I updated the birthdate of Simpson Bell, and appreciate you kindness. Again, Tank you from a fellow Texan.
Added by David R. Cheesman, Sen. on Jun 07, 2015 2:49 PM
Deb
RE: Rusk
Hummmm, married that many times he could be with any one of the wives, or none at all and be with other family. Doubtful if a DC can be pulled up for him but "maybe" an obit can be found ... I'll check. Thanks!
Added by Deb on May 31, 2015 3:55 PM
Deb
Rusk
Thanks for the additional info on M.A. Rusk. I'm still perplexed as to what happened to his marker that was once there. There aren't many Rusk names in Angelina Co. There is however a lot up in Nacogdoches Co. I always "kind of" thought he might have been buried, or re-interred, up there especially since that's where he died and probably lived with some kind of family.

Always appreciate additional info, so thanks again!
Added by Deb on May 31, 2015 12:57 PM
Christine Smith
Simpson Family
Hello sir! I noticed your name beside Mildred P Simpson Hill and wondered if you were related? I am through the Simpson line. You may email me @ reneef1964@yahoo.com - thank you, Christine R Smith - Oregon
Added by Christine Smith on May 27, 2015 6:28 PM
Montgomery
Elizabeth Applegate Mayo
Hi Richard,
I am looking for death information about Elizabeth Applegate Mayo who is the mother of Rebecca Jane Mayo. You did Rebecca's FIND A GRAVE PAGE. Thank you! If you look at who is listed as parent, only the father, John Lewis Mayo, is listed. I am concerned about the mother, Elizabeth, who is believed by the family to have died during Rebecca's birth. The child died a few days later. Members of the family believe that Elizabeth is buried with Rebecca. Do you have any information that would help us answer this question? We have search high and low and found nothing. We would greatly appreciate your help.
Sincerely,
Marilyn Mayo Montgomery
May 24, 2015
Added by Montgomery on May 25, 2015 6:49 PM
Gary Cowan
RE: Ada Mae Sims Steward Arrington
Her daughter who was my grandmother was Effie Steward.
Added by Gary Cowan on May 18, 2015 7:03 PM
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