|Betty Finley (#46793398)|
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|I am a retired math teacher. My hobbies are genealogy and contributing information to the Internet, duplicate bridge, reading, and travel.|
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Thank you for the updates to the links on the Stockard memorials. I really appreciate it.
|vickie smith hagedorn||RE: Richard Lee Simmons|
Hi Betty, thank you so much for quickly making the changes I suggested! All I know (right now) is that her first name was Doris. If I am able to find out more about her, I will send it to you.
Richard's father was somewhat of a famous musician in the Dallas/Ft Worth area during the 1920-1930's time frame. His band was called Blackie Simmons and the Blue Jackets. I found the story on The Handbook of Texas Online. (tshaonline.org). Right now I am trying to confirm the burial site of his father, Tump "Blackie". The tshaonline article states he was buried in Bluebonnet Hill Memorial Park in Colleyville TX. I have emailed the cemetery to confirm. He is not currently shown as being there on Find A Grave. Once I find him and hopefully his mother, I'll let you know so you can add those links as well.
Many thanks again,
Thanks for the transfer - Larry (G-Man)
Added by G-Man on Oct 20, 2013 7:52 PM
Thank you for the transfer of Robert.
Added by Amy on Sep 22, 2013 7:34 AM
|Carolyn Womack||Myra Stockard|
Betty, thank you so much for the transfer of Myra's memorial, also for linking Barbara and Jerri to their father. I really appreciate it.
|Beth||John Wesley Slater|
Thank you Betty.
Added by Beth on Aug 22, 2013 3:05 PM
|Carolyn Womack||Tommie Nations|
Thanks for adding the links for Tommie's family. In case you ever wondered about the "Hello nice people" inscription on the marker, he wrote a newspaper column by that title in the local paper for years. He and his wife were some of the nicest people I've ever known.
|Frank Everett||Myrna Brown|
Contributors should not make memorials for the people who are still alive. That is disrespecful for those who are still alive.
|Lezlie Spann||Anna King|
Thank you for linking her parents so quickly! Sincerely, Lezlie Spann
|Mitzi Fay||RE: May Flinn|
Thank you, Betty. Many people over the years have shared their knowledge and helped me with my family research so I'm happy to "pay it forward." Thank you, too, for the great work you've done here.
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