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Lonnie Mahan (#47391355)
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Bio Photo My wife and I are both retired IRS Revenue Agents. After we retired we sold our home and bought a 40' motorhome and just travel the US and Canada. We got interested in genealogy a couple of years ago and have worked on it extensively in 2010. In 2011 we worked our way from Texas to the east coast and back. We will be spending the first 4 months on 2012 working Texas, Oklahoma, and Kentucky, then to Prince Edward Island in Canada for the summer. Need some time in a peaceful setting to put some of the material we gathered last year into the trees.

Her family is primarily Hollands and Boggs. Mine is Mahan, Hellums, Slape, and Ford.

While taking pictures of relatives gravestones we also take pictures of the surrounding stones and post them. That means that at times I enter memorials that are not related to us.

Photos I take are for my and your benefit. Feel free to use them.


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Cece Ford
RE: grandparents
Thank You for asking my Grandparents name.

Cecil Harvey Ford = Grandfather
Emma Lee Ford = Grandmother

Cecilia Ford
Added by Cece Ford on Sep 25, 2014 11:58 AM
Cece Ford
Thank You so much for taking the time to do what you're doing. I don't live close enough to go visit my grandparents grave sites but because of you visiting different cemetery's and taking pictures of the different plots/grave sites I'm able to see both set of my Grandparents burial sites.
Cecilia Ford
Texas City,Tx
Added by Cece Ford on Sep 25, 2014 1:27 AM
Tom Browning
Holland-Boggs-Moody-Humphries connection

I'm working on my Moody side of the family. I Geraldine was a 2nd cousin to me. My dad, Bill 'Boom Boom' Browning was her cousin. Any info you may have on the Moody-Humphries connection would be greatly appreciated. I know where Tena and John are buried as well as my Clem. I have been unable to locate Joseph W. Thanks for any info you can share.

Tom Browning
Added by Tom Browning on Apr 20, 2014 10:18 AM
RE: Transferring of Denton relatives
Thank so you much, Lonnie!! My name is Connie. And I am not kidding. And a twin..his name is none other ..yes, Lonnie! :O) Bless you for taking all the pictures!!
Added by DeDi on Mar 09, 2014 9:53 PM
Transferring of Denton relatives there any way you could transfer the Denton Relatives that are at Columbus Confederate Cemetery in Columbus, Hickman County, Ky. to me. Samuel, Edna and the other are from my Mother's side of the family. And Samuel Monroe Denton is my Great-Grandfather. And Edna A. Denton is my Great-Grandmother. There are a few Uncles and Aunts and cousins that reside in that cemetery as well. Thank you for taking their headstone photos. You can imagine my surprise when I found out them were there...all these years we thought that they were at a Denton Family Cemetery. smile.
Added by DeDi on Mar 07, 2014 7:09 PM
RE: Chisum
Thanks Lonnie. Transferring is up to you.

Thanks for your contribution and time!
Added by Laci on Feb 08, 2014 11:39 PM
Dylan Mahan
Isaac Mahan
Why does Isaac Mahan's marker in Tishomingo, Mississippi say he was born in Pennsylvania.
Dylan Mahan
Added by Dylan Mahan on Feb 03, 2014 8:03 PM
Debi Morris
Picture Usage
Thank you for taking to time to locate, photograph and then share pictures of gravemarkers in your area. You have posted a picture of a distant relative, Sarah Carson Jones Montgomery. I would like use this photograph in my personal family tree file. I use these photos as an additional source document documenting the lives of my ancestors and their descendents.
I will so note that the picture is from: Find A Grave Contributor: Lonnie Mahan #47391355.
Thank you again for your time & effort, I do appreciate it very much.
Debi Morris
Cleveland, OH
Added by Debi Morris on Jan 08, 2014 10:38 AM
Robert W. Ross
RE: Transfers and corrections
Thanks for all the transfers and corrections I submitted to you. I feel a bit guilty when I do this, but as you say correct info is important. I always think someone is going to take the attitude "Hasn't this guy got anything better to do than critic the work I took the time to do".
I have a website of my own and I appreciate corrections as well. Sometimes after spending long periods of time putting data in, we are all prone to making mistakes. If you are interested have a browse around it
Also as for the transfers, a great big thank you and when I do find this info on a relative I just hope that the person that puts it up and manages it is not related to the individual, so the chance of a transfer is more favourable. I only wish when it is another relative that there was a way they could link names of relatives who could be listed as sub managers under the main one.
I still work for a living but my hope when I retire is to do more of this type of work as it is a passion to me.
- Robert W Ross
Added by Robert W. Ross on Jan 02, 2014 2:42 AM
C W Carson
Juanita Carson Blevins
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by C W Carson on Nov 09, 2013 5:07 AM
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