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My name is Laurel. I'm married and live in Central Texas. I just recently became involved in several groups on Facebook, Historic Texas Cemeteries and Cemetery Explorers. And also Find A Grave. I just enjoy visiting cemeteries, especially older cemeteries. I find a peace and tranquility there; I also find the history very interesting. I enjoy being able to find graves for other people, the joy that it brings to them. I personally am researching the Ioor/Joor family history after discovering three brothers buried at an old cemetery near my home. I hope that I can help you if you need a picture of a certain grave in my area. I'll do my best|
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|Teresa Kasner Marcinkus||RE: Ioor|
|Teresa Kasner Marcinkus||RE: Ioor Family|
Hi Laurel, I would love to help. The Ioors are my husband's family. He doesn't mind if I share the information with you. Here is my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will send all the stats that I have verified.
|Dorene Loveall||Jennie Sadler|
Thank you for taking this photo. I appreciate it very much.
|Anonymous||Mrs. L. A. Haynes|
according to her death cert her father was Bryce Hamilton, instead of Hammack??
Name: Lou A Haynes
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 23 Jan 1930
Event Place: , Wheeler, Texas, United States
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 09 Aug 1840
Birthplace: , Missouri
Father's Name: Bryce Hamilton
Certificate Number: 5770
GS Film number: 2135271 , Digital Folder Number: 005145227 , Image Number: 02855
|m.j. lorente||Photo Request - Benjamin Waring|
I've claimed your photo request for but I cannot find Hwy 58 on any map near Jedburg SC. Would you mind locating an intersection or something similar to that so I can find the location?
I did find a historical Survey Report that may give the location, but I don't have time to read through it to see if it has the location.
|Ruth M. Brown||Garron Duane Sims|
I've added the link to his father, but just for future reference, the Edit tab at the top right of each memorial enables contributors to add/correct the following information:
- Suggest a correction or an addition:
- Birth/death date, birth/death place
- Relationship (parent and spouse links)
- Plot or GPS
- Marker transcription
- Suggest any other correction or addition
- Add a photo
- Add flowers and a note
- Sponsor this memorial / Remove advertisements
- Edit my Virtual Cemetery settings for this memorial
- Share this memorial on Facebook
Hope this helps.
|Martha||RE: Jones/ Dendy|
Thanks so much.
Added by Martha on Oct 26, 2014 8:10 PM
|Martha||RE: Jones, Levita Cemetery|
My grandfather, Thomas Milton Dendy, lost his arm below the elbow in a mill accident sometime after 1909 and before 1918 in Texas. He lived in and around San Saba, Texas around that time. If you ever come across his arm buried somewhere, please let me know.
Added by Martha on Oct 26, 2014 3:25 PM
|Martha||RE: Jones Family, Levita Cemetery, Coryell County Texas|
My grandfather's sister, Dora Mabel (Dendy) Jones is buried there. I will check with family to see if anyone knows.
Added by Martha on Oct 26, 2014 11:34 AM
Laurel - I appreciate you taking the time to get the great photos of George and Mary's gravestone. Thank you very much!
Added by Donna K on Oct 20, 2014 5:48 PM
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