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N Roberts (#46925806)
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Bio Photo This picture - my grandchildren visiting a cemetery with me June 2013 in Arizona, since they are young they still like to go with me.
I live in Texas and Arkansas. I am researching the following families:
Roberts, Bridges, Spinks, Henshaw, Banks, Reames, Reaves, Lowe & Sanders/Elrage. All should be located in Texas, Arkansas, Arizona, California, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Don't hesitate to contact me if I have made a mistake and I will make the corrections. If you have additional info, please let me know. For many sites I use the info off of the headstone and hope this is correct. If you are requesting a transfer, please include your member number. Thanks
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Johney Larned
Ernest & Ina Spinks
I have requested an edit to Robert Ernest Spinks (124402295) memorial by including his father, William Alexander Spinks and mother, Sarah Adelane Spinks. Ernest was married to Ina "Roberson". Ina had lived with my grandparents Gordon & Maggie Larned in Haskell Texas around 1917 and even before with my great-grandparents in Paluxy Texas. I was unaware of her maiden name and have long searched for a family connection. Roberson was my great-grandmother's maiden name. Any other information will be appreciated.
Added by Johney Larned on Nov 27, 2016 8:14 PM
Sandra Scott
RE: Greenleaf Cemetery

Sandra Scott
Added by Sandra Scott on Aug 02, 2016 10:14 AM
Sandra Scott
Greenleaf Cemetery
I wonder if I might have permission to use your cemetery photo for my family website. Please see to see how I am using these photos. I will give credit to you for the photo.

Thank you.
Sandra Scott
Added by Sandra Scott on Aug 01, 2016 11:46 AM
Denise Dorton
RE: Mark Aaron Baine
And, I actually didn't create a duplicate. I had him listed in a different cemetery. Someone else pointed out that I had the wrong cemetery. So the duplication happened by accident when I moved his listing to the cemetery where he belonged.
Added by Denise Dorton on May 05, 2016 10:19 AM
Denise Dorton
RE: Mark Aaron Baine
OK. thanks. Sorry for breaking etiquette. I'm new to this and didn't know there was a protocol. I just wanted Mark to be remembered and his life to be as well-documented as possible.
Added by Denise Dorton on May 05, 2016 10:15 AM
Denise Dorton
Mark Aaron Baine
Hello, I noticed you added information about this young man and a picture of his marker to the records for the cemetery in Subiaco. I created a more complete listing for him, and transferred your picture to that file. I hope that is OK.
Mark Aaron was the son of my best friend growing up, Rita Hammell Baine. I knew Mark from the day he was born, as his parents lived next door to the house I grew up in, and where my mother still lives. I loved/love this family dearly, and wanted Mark's final resting place to be as well-documented as possible.
Since mine is more complete, perhaps you'd like to delete the one you made for him, to avoid confusion.
Thank you for caring enough to add create the listing and add the picture of his marker. He was a wonderful kid and it was such a tragedy to lose him at such a young age.
Denise Dorton
Added by Denise Dorton on May 04, 2016 9:38 AM
Jane J. Hinkle
RE: Dr J W Williams
Yes I would very much. I found his city death record today and he died from nephritis and rheumatism. My husband is a doctor so I enjoy the history of physicians in Fort Smith. I can add the things to his page myself -Thanks so much.
Added by Jane J. Hinkle on Mar 13, 2016 3:13 PM
Jane J. Hinkle
Dr J W Williams
I have additional information on your listing Dr. J W Williams in Oak Cemetery in Fort Smith, Ark. He was one of the first black doctors in the area. I have a book on physicians in Sebastian County, Ark. which includes a history of Dr. Williams. I will copy the information as an edit on his page. I take a lot of requested pictures in Oak Cemetery and I have seen Dr. Williams grave but I have not done research on him until now.
Added by Jane J. Hinkle on Mar 11, 2016 4:45 PM
I am looking for a Maurice Billington born on Jan 5 1970. He was my son. I just found information about him as I was searching. He's buried in the Willow Cemetery in Haskell Tx. I think maybe with my niece Willett McGinnies. I have no markers or anything. I would like to thank you in advance for any information you may have on these two children.
Added by Nita on Jan 11, 2016 7:50 AM
4th great grand daughter
Hattie Bowden # 31266392
Yes, if you would please move her to Greenlawn Cemetery, Beaumont, Jefferson county, Texas I sure would appreciate it and I will remove my memorial, yours was done much earlier than mine.

I am about through with the Community cemeteries listed on find A Grave and I think that is all you have there. That big sign they have on the property is so confusing to so many people, plus the Greenlawn cemetery in Groves to add to the mix. I have photographed every African American cemetery in Beaumont and documented as many of the families that I can fine facts on.

Ruthie in Texas
Added by 4th great grand daughter on Oct 03, 2015 11:23 AM
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