|Mary Hall Ferguson (#47110606)|
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|I have a web site called AT ONE TIME and I am taking photos of cemeterys in Lamar Co,TX.This is something I started in 2004 and now have 71 cemeterys from Lamar Co. on line. I have also done cemeterys in different countys in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas & Kansas. Feel free to use any photo that is in your family line to add to your family records, but if you use these taken in Lamar Co. TX for other publication please ask permission by email and give credit to:|
If you find any errors in my memorials or would like to take over editing for your family member, please email by using the findagrave's
"Edit" button. I'm happy to transfer memorials for persons NOT related to me BUT or related to you. If requesting a transfer please indicate how you're related to the deceased.
Mary Hall Ferguson
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|Donna Willison Head||Norrell pics|
Thank you so much for the pics.
|ranny||Luther T "Luke" Walker|
Thanks for the links!
Randy O'Guin, ranny 47208269
Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins
Added by ranny on Apr 17, 2014 4:27 PM
|Beth Bond||JP Cunliffe, thank you!|
Thank you very much for transferring the memorial for J. P. Cunliffe to me
And thank you for all of your time and effort posting so many memorials on Find A Grave and your own cemeteries website! You are helping so many people. May God bless you.
Thank you, Mary, for transferring the memorial of Walter Seay to us. Beverly
Just wanted to say thanks for transferring over Freddie Laverne Gentry and Erma Doris Gentry.
Added by David M on Apr 04, 2014 1:07 PM
|Ella Faye Johnson||Thank You for the Transfer|
Thank you for the information and transfer of the Memorial of my great grandmother, Elizabeth Malvina Lyday Hamblin, who is buried in the Dickie Cemetery at Lamar, Co. Texas. Your hard work in the Find A Grave program fills a space in our family history that has been unknown, prior to this all we knew was her name.
I do appreciate your kindness! We now have a wonderful link that is most interesting in helping "finding our roots" tracing her family to Ulster, Ireland in 1720.
My grandfather, Thomas Wilkins Flenniken married Cynthia Malvina
Hamblin in Lamar Co. in 1881. Many of his relatives lived in the area of Paris, Texas. I would be delighted if you have located the grave sites of the Flenniken family that would help connect him to his parental line. He was left an orphan at age 3, it is through his uncle, brother of John Thomas Flenniken that he lived in Lamar. Co.
Your find is certainly a treasure for me and other descendants.
In appreciation, Contributor Ella Faye Johnson # 48230261
|Mark McCrady||David Holmes McCrady|
Mary, thank you so much for the transfer of David Holmes McCrady, and the photo you took of his stone. I have been searching for him for a long time, and it is wonderful to know where his final resting place is.Thanks, too, for your website with all the cemetery information. That was many years of hard work and dedication allowing people like me to find their ancestor. Have a great day!
|Mark McCrady||D.H. McCrady|
Mary, you took a photo of D. H. McCrady's gravestone in Union Grove Cemetery. This is my Great Great Uncle, I have been looking for him for a while. Do you remember if there are any other McCrady's there? I am looking for his wife, Ella (Foster) McCrady, who died about 1906. Thanks, Mark
|Stephen Barneby||RE: Edmondson|
I saw that you had uploaded photos of H. M. Edmondson and his wife Mary, as well as the photo of the fallen headstone next to Mary's marker. That stone is probably Mary's first husband Joseph Houndshell, or possibly that of Mary and Joseph's daughter Amanda (Houndshell)Newland, who died around 1847, shortly after marrying my g-g-grandfather William H. Newland.
Thanks very much for posting those photos, and for doing such a good job on your "At One Time" website.
|Stephen Barneby||Hugh McEdmondson|
I'm not sure what his actual surname was. His headstone has it written as "Mc,", but his wife's stone lists him as H. M. Edmondson. Census records are not so clear, but seem to point to spelling it as Edmondson.
Given that he was alive when his wife died, you'd think he would get his name right on her stone. I don't think there was any of his close family left when he died a few years later, so perhaps they got it wrong.
I've added a note to his memorial about the variance in different sources about his surname.
Would you delete your memorial to him?
Now, if I could just find the grave of his step-daughter Amanda!
Thanks, Steve Barneby
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