I found Find A Grave when I was working on my family tree (several branches.) Wish I had found it sooner. I really got interested in creating memorials so that other people may find them useful in researching their families. If any of the memorials need corrections, please let me know. I will transfer memorials to family members if requested.
Thank-you - Gravestone Pic - Guy Byrd Groves Hi saw that you posted a gravestone picture of Guy Byrd Groves in Hillsboro City Cemetery in Hill County Texas. It isn't my memorial page, but I am going to be asking Maggie for a transfer. He was only 2 years old, but would have been my uncle. Some members of 3 different generations are buried in that plot, and death dates include 3 different centuries. Anyway, I don't recall if I asked for the picture or if Maggie did, or if you just did it on your own. Whatever the circumstances, I just want to thank you for doing it. It was there in 1995 when I was there, and not there when Maggie did the memorial page in 2007, but somehow back when you did the picture of it. Thanks again!
John H. Noe Sarah, I just ran across an obit for John H. Noe. Fort Worth TX- John H. Noe, decorated Army veteran of World War II, died Saturday at his home. He was 70. Graveside service will be at 2 pm, today at Emerald Hills Memorial Park in Kennedale. Emerald Hills Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Noe was born in Tulsa, OKlahoma., and had lived in Fort Worth since 1977. He was awarded four Bronze Stars for service above and beyond the call of duty. Mr. Noe was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church. Survivors: two sons, five daughters, all of Fort Worth, two brothers of California; 17 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Many years ago, he had been married to one of my great-aunts who was one of my grandmother's sisters. * Sarah, I do not want you to transfer this memorial to me, that is not my intention at all. Just wanted you to be able to add this in, I did leave out the names of his living children.
This person's middle initial is "E" rather than "B". It's hard to see but when you look really closely at the photograph--plus his middle name is Eugene. Thanks for posting this photo. Extremely helpful!