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DANIEL ALTON DUCKWORTH
I HAVE LIVED IN MIDLAND SINCE 1976 AND GENEOLOGICAL SURNAMES THAT I REASEARCH PERSONALLY ARE:
1.) DUCKWORTH: (ANDERSON,HENDERSON,HOUSTON,KAUFMAN,& LIMESTONE
COUNTIES TEXAS) PROBABLY OTHERS?
3.) HERRING: CORYELL,JONES,McLENNAN & TAYLOR
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Are you related to D Yoder? If you are, I would be most happy to transfer this site to you. Let me know.
Added by JDB on Oct 12, 2014 6:36 PM
|Janice Williams Langley||James Boldrick|
There are several cemeteries listed on Hilton Head Island. I noted on the memorial the information you sent to me.
|Janice Williams Langley||James Boldrick|
I see Kay has taken care of the problem.
Added by WJS on Aug 30, 2014 5:04 PM
|kay stafford||RE: Memorial# 108796375 & Memorial# 30397500|
well, that took some doing. finally was able to delete the picture. According to the http://valdostamuseum.com/exhibitions/online-exhibits-2/people/doc-holliday
it is indeed Doc's mother Jane .. not his stepmother Rachel. I also changed my ancestry listings.
While you're at it look at Find A Grave 54233680 -- it lists Rachel Holliday AND Rachel Holliday Gloer at Sunset.Maybe you know how to fix that-- I don't.
|Penny Manus||RE: Memorial# 108796375 & Memorial# 30397500|
Here is a link to where I got her picture(Valdosta Museum), I am not sure why the other memorial has the same but will look into it:
|kay stafford||Rachel Martin Holliday Gloer|
The picture I placed on her Find A Grave Memorial picked up from the ancestry tree of ecliett and identified as Rachel. I retouched it and found it looked best as a sepia picture. If there's any doubt that it is Rachel, I'll be glad to remove it.
I already had that picture of Alice Jane Jane and Doc, so I never photo searched her, thus didn't notice the ID discrepancy. I also retouched it a bit and don't think there was a credit line.
If I read your note correctly it came from the Valdosta museum?
FYI, I'm connected to Doc via Jane Cloud.
|cjgriffith||RE: Daisy P Horn Hatfield|
I fail to understand why you are upset at me.
I DID NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH NAMING THE CEMETERY.
You obviously need to send about 58 more messages to people who posted names in this cemetery that is titled on the Find A Grave page as Noodle cemetery (aka) Shiloh.
Again I did not name or list the cemetery.
I only added 2 of my Hatfield relatives who are buried in Noodle (aka) Shiloh Cemetery.
Also YOU posted the picture of the entrance on the Find A Grave page that depicted the name Noodle (aka) Shiloh Cemetery.
Go talk to the person who listed this cemetery as Noodle because it was (((NOT ME.)))
There are many cemteries that have more than one name and only one of the names showing on the entrance.
I ADDED 2 NAMES ONLY AND THAT IS THE ONLY THING I HAVE DONE TO NOODLE (aka) SHILOH CEMETERY.
|cjgriffith||Daisy P Horn Hatfield|
Noodle Cemetery is the same as Shiloh Cemetery
Read the information at the beginning of the cemetery on Find A Grave... it says:
Also known as: Shiloh Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description:
From Interstate 20 about 8 miles North of Trent, Tx
How To Get There: From Interstate 20 West from Abilene take Exit 269, which intersects, with Farm to Market Road 126. Turn right (North) on FM 126 and go 11.3 miles to intersect with Farm Road 1812. Turn left (West) on FM 1812 and go 2.9 miles until you intersect with Farm Road 2660. Turn left (South) on FM 2660 and go 0.3 mile to the cemetery, which is on the left side of the road. This is one of the oldest cemeteries in the area and is poorly maintained.
|Suzanne Bailey-Monroe||Steven Bailey|
Hi, you left me a message about a problem on my brothers marker (Aug 1 2012). After talking with my dad, I do not believe there is a marker. He does not remember ordering one. I did contact the cemetery, the very nice lady there could not find any information on my brother. But I do know for sure that is where he was buried, just cannot find the obit. As soon as I can find out where he may actually be buried I will be starting on getting a headstone for him. Thank you for your work on this, I wish I had more info. Even 54 years after my brothers death it's hard for him to talk about and my mom never spoke of him, and it's too late to ask her, unfortunately.
Suzanne Bailey Monroe
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