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I live in the small hamlet of Alleyton, Colorado County, Texas, and have relatives buried in Alleyton, Columbus, Weimar, and throughout other parts of Texas. I have a special interest in the following surnames:|
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|darla halley||Brasher Family|
You are welcome.
I have been working on adding some information to connecting families.Even though I have added information.You are still welcome to have the pages.
I know that when it's your family.You may have added information or want the page done in your own style.
Transfers are made and thanks for all the headstone photo's that you added.If you need any more memorial pages that I have created,please let me know.
|htowngenie||Luvenia Borman Smith 92091087|
Hi, I've attached a headstone photo to a memorial you created for Luvenia Borman Smith 92091087, however the middle name on the headstone is spelled BOMAN. I looked up the Texas death certificate for clarification but the handwriting makes it difficult to determine which is correct. I am not related, so I cannot advise on you on which is correct.
Nancy Jordan, Houston, TX
|Sarah Locklin Taylor||Dana Darlene Klozik - Photo Request|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for my double cousin's marker at Odd Fellow Rest Cemetery. I greatly appreciate your kindness and the generosity of your personal time in locating her marker, photographing it and posting your photo to her memorial.
|PRM||Robert Branch Johnson|
Thank you for the picture of the Columbus City Cemetery. My great grandfather is Robert Branch Johnson who is buryed there. I haven't been to the cemetery in about 15 years but I hope to get there soon.
Texas City, Tx.
Added by PRM on Aug 16, 2012 8:37 AM
Added by Shirley on Jul 19, 2012 9:52 PM
Thanks so much for sharing the pictures of Harriet on findagrave!!! What treasures they are!
Added by DSmith on Jan 08, 2011 1:12 PM
Thank you for notifying me that I mis spelled her name. How embarrassing since this is my direct line as well. My line is to Earl Albert (Tuffy) Hollar.