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I'm a retired chemical engineer living in the Houston area, though my wife and I grew up in Austin, Texas. We are researching the branches of our family that spread from Central Texas to East Texas, over to Alabama, Georgia, and all the way up to Ohio. We have found this site to be extremely helpful to us, and we hope that we will add information that will be of help to others.|
We have been searching cemeteries for Cox, Whitt, Koos, Stewart, Davis, Cherry, Zimmer, Miller, Watson, Cross, Hurley, Locke, and Braly, but in the process of looking for our relatives, we have been taking additional photographs, especially in cemeteries where not many photos are available. You may use any of our headstone photos without asking our permission; however, we would appreciate receiving credit for our photo. If we manage a memorial for your relative, and it is not someone closely related to us, we will be more than happy to transfer the management to you. Unlike some contributors, we will transfer non-direct relatives such as cousins, aunts and uncles. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK!
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|Terry Moon||Thanks for transfer|
Thanks for the transfer. I had made a photo request for both of them and got a reply back last night that they could not find the head stones at the stated location. I further contacted the cemetery office and found out that neither one of them have head stones. So they are both unmarked graves, but the location is correct. I do notice that Thomas's death certificate says he was born in Selma, Al., which is incorrect. He was born in Perry County, Al., which is just north of Selma. Thanks again.
|Kate Cuneo||RE: Lunsford|
Oh thank you so very much!!!
|Kate Cuneo||Margaret & William Lunsford|
These are my great great grandparents, I'm so very happy you found their marker. Thank you!!
|Kate Cuneo||Cloyd "Cotton" Clemons|
Thank you so very much for the pic of his marker. I never knew him, but he was my mothers' favorite uncle, and my grandpa's baby brother.
Again, thank you!!
|Kay ||RE: HANNA JONAS|
Hi, I really appreciate you looking. thanks for your time and effort...I can't find her father, Peter Kinder and her mother Rachel Thomas Kinder resting place either...and they lived in that area too...sincerely, Kay
Added by Kay on May 16, 2013 10:12 PM
|Valerie McCullough||Pauline & Story Henderson|
Thank you very much for the great photo.
|John Vincent "VINCE" Powers||Lieut James F Kempton|
Thanks Tex!!! JVP, TX
|kitty mefford||RE: Albert Clyde Saylor|
thank you very much for the compliments. I added the photos for those who may be searching for family history in later years. It is so nice that you created these memorials for others to view.
|Kim A.||RE: Wm. & Audrey Frazier - Maplewood|
LOL - yes, they say if you don't like the weather in Ohio, just wait a day - it'll change!!
Added by Kim A. on May 15, 2013 6:25 PM
|Kim A.||Wm. & Audrey Frazier - Maplewood|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Wm & Audrey's grave! I rarely get to the Glouster ares, and somehow, I managed to miss their grave the two times I've been to Maplewood. Thanks so much!!
Added by Kim A. on May 15, 2013 4:08 PM
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