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Don R Haynes (#46829092)
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Bio Photo I started my family search in about 2003 and registered with Find A Grave in March 2006. I started with 45 names and now have 9152 in my Family Tree Maker file. I live in the West Central part of Texas and am retired. My ancestors are first found in the USA in North Carolina & Virginia in the 1700's and came from the Britsh Isles. My Ferguson side moved from Jones Co., Mississippi to Hill Co., Texas in the 1870's and the Haynes' moved from Breckinridge Co., Kentucky to Williamson Co., Texas in 1885. I have traveled over West, Central & East Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky in search of graves & records. My lineage also includes the Land, Perrin, P'Pool and Outhouse clans. I enjoy the hunt and providing records and pictures to other researchers.
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Richard Knoll
Sandra Galvan
Good morning Ron....

Actually there was no "duplication" on the part of Find-A-Grave. When I put up my memorial originally I based it totally on "the engraved name". Your memorial is obviously the more proper one because it provides true "given" names (Example: my Sandy to your Sandra). I transferred the photo and one other thing.....I blanked out the name of her husband "JJ" on the photo. Lots of the "living" don't like to see their name in stone !

Have a Fantastic Day my friend !

Dick
Added by Richard Knoll on Jul 09, 2014 10:01 AM
S. Vogel
RE: Schonerstedt in Highland
Thank you for being my eyes on the ground for this!!! Henrietta's obituary states Highland as the place of burial, and 4 of her 5 children are buried there... so this is a "best guess" situation (I would LOVE to get verification!)
I have a really awful Xerox copy of a photo of their headstone,.. I would guess the photo to have been taken in the 1970's. Headstone appears substantial enough I would think it would have lasted (???) I can temporarily attach that photo to the memorial if that will help?
The "Infant Daughter Nehring" we've discussed is a granddaughter to this William and Henrietta through their daughter, Bertha. I have been in contact with Bertha's remaining children, and was told they tried to locate the baby's grave some years ago and were unsuccessful.
THANK YOU again for your time and effort on behalf of our family!
Added by S. Vogel on Jul 07, 2014 8:47 AM
 

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