|Beth Sanders (#46849986)|
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Hello Friends! My name is Beth Sanders. I have been researching my family history when I found Findagrave.com. Needless to say, it opened up a new world for me. I realized that I could help people by running around the Texas countryside and taking photos of loved ones for those in need. It has been very rewarding, not to mention very adventurous getting photos for folks!|
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|Lewis Bean||Elvira S Howard|
I thank you for managing this site. Thought I'd give you further info: She is Susan Elvira Trueheart Howard, d. of John Overton Trueheart & Ann Tompkins Minor of Galveston. She was married to CPT Robert Henderson Howard Sr.
Thank you for your work with Find-a-Grave.
|Michael||Thank you for the great pictures|
Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery
Edna Obenchain Sronce
Charles E. Sronce
Added by Michael on Apr 02, 2014 5:22 AM
Thank you for the photo of grave of Francis and Harriett Rose. She was my mother's cousin and no one in the family had been able to find put what happened to her. One, if only I could locate their daughter Joyce! If anyone sees this message that could add info, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maxine
Added by Maxine on Mar 29, 2014 4:15 PM
|Donna L. Tolliver||Logwood Sr. 1876-1946|
Beth.....Thank-you so very much for the transfer....Peace....Donna
|BONNIE & CLYDE DEWEESE||John Oatman Dewees # 15779207|
Hello Beth, May The Deweese Clan: Adopt John #15779207, and spouse Annie # 15779205, Thanks so much *The Deweese Clan: of Kentuckt*
|BONNIE & CLYDE DEWEESE||John # 15779207.|
Hello Beth, My cousin John # 15779207, his dad Thomas # 80761171, Thanks Beth
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***The town of Dewees has come a long way since the early 1900s. Founded by the Dewees Brothers John Oatman Dewees and Thomas Dewees as a large cattle operation and later passed on to John Edward Dewees, the son of Thomas Dewees. At the peek of its operation the town became a thriving community that supported a commissary, a post office, a school and houses for its employees. Today there's not much left of the town that was, but instead, a tiny little store and a cemetery remain. The town is still based around ranching and agriculture, but due to the economy it is only a sideline job instead of a full time job like the one the town was founded for. The Town of Dewees isn't much to look at, but the folks are friendly and your always welcome at the Schnieder's store.
|BONNIE & CLYDE DEWEESE||Annie Irvin # 15779205|
Hello, Annie # 15779205, her spouse John Oatman Deweese # 15779207, The Deweese Clan: Thanks u-so-much
|Connie Beth||Vilas Sanders|
Thanks for posting the picture of Holy Cross Cemetery on my Dad's page. Weird that you have 3/4's of my name. Are you from East Texas? My name is Connie Beth Sanders.
Thank you for posting and allowing me to manage this family memorial.
Added by Cara on Nov 09, 2013 3:54 PM
Beth, thank you for making all the updates to the various Rummel family memorials. I appreciate you taking the time.
Added by Lesly on Oct 22, 2013 8:14 PM
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