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Kenneth Parrish (#47004583)
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Bio Photo I live in Haltom City, Tarrant County, Texas. My wife was Paula Kay Brice Parrish. She is now at Mount Olivet. Served in the Army and Vietnam. My parents are Kenneth Stewart Parrish and Nora Lee Parrish(Bryan)
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Bobbi Jones
Thanks so much for the picture

Bobbie Jones
Added by Bobbi Jones on May 20, 2015 7:00 AM
RE: Edits for many people at Mount Olivet Cemetery
Thank you!
Added by Stacileann on May 14, 2015 6:38 AM
Amanda Ricketts # 133898571
Thank you for the update and the offer of a transfer. I would indeed appreciate a transfer.
Also, I want to thank you for the info that you have added to several of my memorials, lately. Your work is definitely valuable and appreciated.
Added by Dianne💚 on May 08, 2015 11:12 AM
Cheryl Williamson
John Goodnight
Hello. I have John linked to his dad, Glenn Goodnight. John is my nephew. Do you know the family?
Added by Cheryl Williamson on May 07, 2015 9:20 PM
Antonia Demaris Collins
Mount Olivet Cemetery - Plot: David Crockett Lawn Sec 32
Ken: I don't believe I'm asking you again. Can you please make a memorial of anyone in the:

Mount Olivet Cemetery
Fort Worth
Tarrant County
Texas, USA
Plot: David Crockett Lawn Sec 32

Gilbert Shaw Crawford 139912387 must have really planned ahead. If you set them up, I'll connect them.

As always, you are priceless. TONI
Added by Antonia Demaris Collins on Apr 02, 2015 5:04 PM
Antonia Demaris Collins
Mary M Crawford - 139912388
I wanted to thank you for setting up the memorials for Mary and her spouse, Gilbert Shaw Crawford (1871 - 1926). That was so sweet of you.

I want you to know that I appreciate all that you do. You are helping people locate and affirm their ancestry. What a great gift you have given!
Added by Antonia Demaris Collins on Apr 02, 2015 3:18 PM
Jill Buck
Tommie Norwood
Hello, I noticed after adding my sons father to find a grave there
was another Tommie Norwood with the same birthday and the
same cemetary. The death date is different though. Im sure this is a mistake so I wanted to bring it to your attention. Thank you, Jill Buck
Added by Jill Buck on Feb 25, 2015 7:24 AM
Teri Tullous
RE: William Perkins
I have no pics sorry. There are probably some in my hubbys Grandmothers trunk (he was her brother) but unfortunatly it is in the possesion of a family member who refuses to let us look!!! if I find any I will post on his page
Added by Teri Tullous on Sep 09, 2013 4:58 AM
linda m
RE: Jesse A Parrish
No, I don't know where Alice and Jake's father is laid to rest. I will try to remember to ask my grandmother. Right now, she is in the hospital, with pneumonia. She is in pretty bad condition, with a temporary trech in her throat, and is not able to talk, until she gets the trech out. She is 91, and is Alice's granddaughter. My grandmother still has a good memory, I will see what she knows for you, when she is better. Our prayers are answered, my grandmothers health is improving everyday !
Added by linda m on Apr 09, 2013 2:11 AM
linda m
RE: Jesse A Parrish
I don't know where Alice's dad is burried. I know her mom lived with Alice and James, I am assuming after her dad probably died. I will call my grandmother one day this week and ask her what she remembers, she is 91. My grandmother and her family lived with Alice and James for awhile when she was young, they were her grandparents. I mostly know Alice's history. I have been to the site where their house was, the remains of the well is still there and the tree that stood near the house. I have been to a lot of the cemeteries in the area and took pictures of everyones headstones I could find. The problem is, I packed all of my family history in a big box, when I bought my house, almost 4 years ago. My house is small and I have no where to properly store it and I work an average between 60 and 70 hours a week, leaving me no time for much anything else.
I will get back to you about what my Grandma says, soon. I will remember you and look into what I have recorded, someday when I can have time to go through my information.
Added by linda m on Mar 19, 2013 11:20 PM
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