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Recently, my life-long friend, Sue,and her daughters Terry and Tracy have joined me in searching out headstones and I want them to have credit too. Also, my granddaughter Malori, who helps us as well. I do all the posting for all of us. |
I love genealogy and this is such a great site that I want to contribute to it. Many people have been kind enough to help me in my many searches for the final resting places of my loved ones. I want to pay it forward.
If you discover any mistakes or want to add information or request a transfer please contact me.
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|Christine M. Storey||Keeton headstone|
Hi, would you please remove the headstone picture from Memorial 22639507 and 22639595, as it is not their headstone. I copied picture over to Clarence and Pearl's grave,
Thank you so much
You have Steven Rogers 1831-1841 with wrong parents. His father was Stephen Rogers 77071870 and mother Rebecca Tipton. The parents listed is brother of Stephen. Steve was killed by Indians close to his home.
Source: Our Republic of Texas Ancestors Fort Boggy Chapter 1982-1992, Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Thanks so very much for the photo!
|Patti Knight Sedillo||Amanda Easley headstone photo|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo of Amanda Easley's headstone! Your efforts for Find A Grave are very much appreciated!
|Ronnie & Marjeana||Michael Cocanougher|
Thank you for the nice photo for Michael Cocanougher # 12522186. He is my ex-father-in-laws brother's son.
|Stacey Burton||RE: Wartes|
Excellent, thank you very much.
|Sharon Buck||Joyce Yvonne Britton|
Thank you do much for the picture. There is a lot of misinformation on some sites and this will go a long way to clear it up. Thank you
Thank you very much!
|Linda Blakeman||Nora Cynthia Lee Nix Beaver|
Nora's mother was Louisa Sophronia Hudman. Phoebe Elizabeth Plew Nix was her step-mother.
Im looking for a little help here. I claimed a photo request for EDGAR EVANS located in the carlisle cemetery, row 16 space 13. Upon further research, i found the Carlisle Cemetery is an historical burial site. I'm reaching out to you since you were the one whom did the memorial for Edgar Evans. Do you know if Edgar is one of many, whom were laid to rest at Carlisle with just a wooden cross marker? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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