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Jr. McKay (#46876826)
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My wife and I have been doing genealogy research on both of our families since we retired in 1990.
My lines include (McKay, Cobb, Long, Matney, George, Benefield, Latch). All of my family lines were in the U.S. as far back as I can trace (early 1700's). My sirname migrated from VA to OK via TN, GA, AL, and AR. On my mothers side they migrated from OH to OK via IL and MO.

My wife's lines include:(Skaggs, Gilreath). Her family migrated from KY, SC, and GA to OK. We are willing to share any information we have.

We also take cemetery photos of our family stones as well as for tombstones for cemeteries in our area.

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WeberSteinmetz
Floyd Benefield 43208574
Hi, Can you add Floyd Benefield #43208574 as a son of William Lemyard Benefield and Martha Wilson Benefield? Thanks so much!
Added by WeberSteinmetz on Sep 12, 2014 6:56 PM
Peggy Melton
JOHN M.D. DENNINGTON
Are you related to this John Dennington buried in the Hempstead Cem.? He was my father.
Peggy Dennington Melton
Added by Peggy Melton on Aug 28, 2014 9:18 AM
JT Koenig
Annie Vogelsang
Hello: You mention in her memorial that her father was Henry Rosenberg (I assume you mean the one from Galveston). In fact she is the daughter of Eugen and Dora von Rosenberg of Round Top (my GGG-grandparents). Regards, JTK
Added by JT Koenig on Aug 17, 2014 5:12 PM
J.M. McIntosh
George & Mae Robertson
Greetings!

I was wondering if you could link the following children buried in Creek Mine Cemetery to their parents George & Mae Robertson who are also buried there. George and Mae are my uncle and aunt.

George Robertson - #16791777
Mae Robertson - #16791790

Their children:
Ray Connie Robertson - #16791761
Tommy B. Robertson - #16791676

Thank you so very much for your efforts in helping the rest of us find our relatives. God bless!

Jan McIntosh
Added by J.M. McIntosh on Aug 17, 2014 4:01 PM
Marcialyn
124257051 Unknown burial Napoleon Hartley
Dear Sir, I may have information as to who this person is. I need to know if you have any more information, (ie middle initial, etc) from the Waller H.S. to help determine if this is the same person. He may be Napoleon Stephens Hartley AKA Stephen Napoleon Hartley. Please contact me when you have the time, my email is on my profile page
thank you,
Marcialyn
Added by Marcialyn on Aug 16, 2014 1:30 PM
CharlotteC
RE: Flowers
Greetings, John Benefield is my direct ancestor and this is how I chose to honor him. Thank you.
Added by CharlotteC on Aug 08, 2014 11:36 AM
Dawna Westbrook
RE: remove flag
John Benefield's memorial. # 29293223. Don't know how you sent message to me.

That isn't my memorial and isn't my flower. I can't help with the conf. flag issue.

Regards,
Dawna
Added by Dawna Westbrook on Aug 08, 2014 7:40 AM
Lee Manning
Benefield
Thanks for the information. Corrections have been made.
Lee Manning
lee@manninggalleries.com
Added by Lee Manning on Jul 17, 2014 2:38 PM
Matt
Hembree photos
Thanks for the pictures of the Hembree stones at Forest Park Lawndale and the plot info. I kept meaning to call the cemetery office to get that plot info but hadn't gotten around to it.
Added by Matt on Jul 07, 2014 1:13 PM
Katrina
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Added by Katrina on Jun 18, 2014 10:31 AM
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