|J Martin Graham (#47263072)|
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My family names:
And many decending names.
I only manage memorials that I am related to,
If you are closer related to a memorial that I maintain, I will "gladly" transfer a memorial to you!!!(I am not into numbers).
Feel free to post any pictures that I submit for geneological purposes..I don't need credit for them...I take pictures of headstones out of kindness...not for my ego.
If you photograph a headstone of one of my relatives at my request...I consider myself co-owner and, that it is available for my use to be placed on my public tree...I am happy to credit you..(if that is your thing).
If you don't agree...please do not claim my photo requests...Thank You!
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|Leana Rosentrater||Frances Mitchell Rose Hill Cemetery|
I fulfilled this request with the headstone of the parents by mistake (same name). So this request has not been fulfilled. We looked everywhere that it was supposed to be and could not find it. I assume it is covered over by grass. If I get back that way with a probing tool and a shovel we may look again. So please submit another request for this person. Sorry, Leana
|Donna Ellison||R. Waller at Prairie Lea Masonic.|
A couple of years back I added a photo for R. Waller but someone notified me that the dates on the headstone don't match the memorial. They are right. This is my fault as I didn't watch the dates closely enough. So Sorry! However, the headstone pictured is for R. Waller who was buried at Waller Cemetery near Staples. This is the R. Waller born 1813, died 1887. The researcher said this stone was moved from Waller Cem. to Prairie Lea Masonic at some time but only the stone was moved. So perhaps you would like to change the dates for this memorial although this could change the links. My problem is that I don't know if I found a marker for another R. Waller with the later dates. I can check. Anyway, I will do what I can to rectify my mistake.
Also,someone made a memorial for the 1813 R. Waller at Waller Cem. I will let him know about the marker at Prairie Lea. Maybe he can add a note about the stone removable.
I apologize for the inconvenience.
|Kim Poyner Woodhouse||RE: William Lawson obit|
I am glad that you liked the obituary!! I have easy access the The Oklahoman (1901-current). This newspaper covers the Oklahoma City metro, and less often,outlying areas. If you have look ups in this area, I am happy to help!
|Scout Finch||T. J. Mott|
You did the right thing...I've noticed no response from her on other obits. That is a great idea! I'll do the same if another week goes by and no response on the ones I've submitted. It's a shame for all of the information to go to waste. I don't seem to have very good luck with Findagravers adding those to memorials for some reason. You may have found these following articles, but in case you haven't, I've found a couple of Letters to Editor from T.J. to the Editor of the Jimplecute. Here's the issues: The Jefferson Jimplecute/issue of February 4, 1905/Page 8; Column 4 and same paper/March 10, 1906/Page 3; Column 3. So interesting to read his cadence of speech, very eloquent in his reporting of life in Davidson. I enjoyed reading them! Here are social articles about Lula Mott: JJ/July 10, 1908/Page 4; Column 2, JJ/Dec, 13, 1907/Page 2; Column 6 (about a Mrs. Mott visiting a Cox family, don't now if it's Lula though), JJ/July 21, 1911/Page 4; Column 4. JJ/January 10, 1908/Page 5; Column 7.
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