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Shelia Hart (#47369657)
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Bio Photo I love the old cemeteries and they are disappearing. Some in my area are grown up with trees, they actually are in woods. Stones are broken or completely gone. My ancestors are in these cemeteries and they are disappearing also. I plan on recording info and taking pics, as I can, before those that are left becomes history. Seeing this tells me there are thousands of graves that are forever gone already. I would be happy to turn over management of a memorial that isn't in my direct ancestory lineage. Please dont be offended if it is and I do not want to give it up.
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Anthony L. Miller
Cemetary
Could you tell me well is Lick Crick cemetery it loction is..
Added by Anthony L. Miller on Jun 28, 2014 4:00 PM
Tammi Powell
RE: Prospect Cemetery--Neisz
Thank you so very much for the transfer!!
Added by Tammi Powell on Jun 25, 2014 5:36 PM
Joshua Grissom
Adkins photos
Thank you so much for submitting the photos of James and Laura Adkins' headstone. Such a speedy response as well. There are others in my project that I may need a photo of as well, perhaps from the same location. I hope you will be available to assist should the need arise. Thanks again.

Joshua Grissom
Added by Joshua Grissom on May 29, 2014 10:25 AM
Kenneth A. Allgood
Castleberrys in Hopkins Co.
Wow that was fast! Thanks!
Added by Kenneth A. Allgood on Jan 15, 2014 8:45 PM
The Tanners
RE: Adding parents to Linda Miller's Memorial
They have just started using the new system. It takes some getting used to!

Thanks for all your help,
Annette
Added by The Tanners on Jan 12, 2014 12:51 PM
The Tanners
RE: Adding parents to Linda Miller's Memorial
Yes, Cluck was her maiden name. My request isn't in the Edits tab on your profile page? You won't receive an email about it.

Annette
Added by The Tanners on Jan 12, 2014 12:04 PM
The Tanners
RE: Adding parents to Linda Miller's Memorial
Hi again,

Just wanted to let you know I sent a request to add Linda Kay's maiden name via the new correction system. In case you're unaware, you click on the "Edits" tab on your profile page.

Thanks again,
Annette
Added by The Tanners on Jan 12, 2014 11:15 AM
The Tanners
RE: Adding parents to Linda Miller's Memorial
Hi,

Thanks so much for adding her parents so promptly.

I grew up in Dawson, but don't live there now. I remember the first store the Clucks had was on the corner of E. Munn St. and S. Main St. They then moved to the corner of Frankin St. and Hwy. 62 (next door to what's now City Hall (which used to be the Texaco station)).

Linda Kay and my sister were friends and I was unaware she had passed. My sister passed three months before Linda Kay.

Thanks again,
Annette
Added by The Tanners on Jan 12, 2014 11:10 AM
Glory Jean
Crenshaw grave
Sheila, thanks so much. Mr. Crenshaw isn't related to me, but married a woman who later married my great Uncle. I asked for this for his Granddaughter. Thanks!! Jean
Added by Glory Jean on Jan 03, 2014 7:18 AM
Brenda Roper
RE: Anna Skinner
That is up to you, I have put request to find a grave to change a few things. it is just as easy. you keep it and I will start researching her grandparents Shades that raised her
Added by Brenda Roper on Jan 03, 2014 12:48 AM
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