|Brad Hildreth (#47731203)|
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Retired US Army Colonel. Been there, done that. Basically, retired. Former Army aviator, green beret, Spanish linguist with time on his hands. Living outside of Dallas, TX in Denton County. Formerly from southside Virginia, relocated to Texas. |
Descendants include my mother Charlotte Irene MOTTO and Billy Sidney Hildreth. Paternal grandmother Marjorie TEAGARDEN, and husband Thomas Jay Hildreth. Paternal great grandmother Cora Ellen SLATER and husband Sidney Dot Hildreth.
Stony-Mary S. Gray
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|Casey Hrycyk||RE: Edythe E. Sparks|
Great! Thank you again. As far as we knew she was alone in Texas, but wasn't sure if she was buried in a friends family plot and who the women she is buried with. But this is great and helps me greatly in continuing my search!!
|Casey Hrycyk||Edythe Sparks|
Thank you so much for getting a photo of Edythe's grave. She is my great-aunt that we know very little of due to a very fragmented family. Being able to see her headstone gives us some answers and also generates some others. Thanks so much again!!!
|Thomas Boozer||Photo attampt|
Just wanted to say 'Thank You' for trying to find the grave marker for William Russell Findley (145092260) and reporting your results to Find A Grave. I was notified yesterday that you had reported to Find-A-Grave that no marker was available to photograph. Thanks again and best of luck to you on your research.
|Kenneth Britton||Mary C Smotherman|
Brad thanks for the picture and the DOB shows 1867 but I will have to go with that date and hopefully can find other documents to back it up. I really do appreciate this.
Thank you for you time in locating and photoing these headstones. Little by little, good things are happening at findagrave.com...thanks to people like you.
|Kimberly Casey||William Henry Stroud|
Brad, thanks so much for your fast response for the picture. I'm working on my 9th patriot application with the DAR and this was extremely helpful. Best to you! Kim Casey, Kingman,Arizona
|John Richardson||Earl Seely Grave|
Thanks so much for the information and the photo. My wife and I really appreciate this.
|Anonymous||33125006-Corrie Jean Jackson Crawford|
Thank you so much for your time and efforts in posting this photo to the memorial. Sorry for the delay in sending this. It's truly appreciated.
|Charlotte Shockey||Vida Loretta Shockey Payne|
Thanks for getting a photo! :)
|Carol J Carroll||Thruston & Shepard Grave's|
Thank you, thank you and thank you.
Something of interest for you, Sarah Gradick Thruston was the mother of the tallest Confederate soldier, Henry Clay Thruston from Morgan Co. Missouri.
Hope it isen't already hot in TX, Oregon is unusually warm for this time of yr.
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