|D. Presley (#47603480)|
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Researching Surnames Presley, Armstrong, Robinson, Jackson, Campbell, Kelough and Gayler from Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee. Rumsey from Oklahoma and Texas.|
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|Beth Pearce||RE: Richard Hastings|
No kin of mine. Just making entries and finding a few to "edit."
|T.D. Lamar||John Brown Cemetery|
I am looking for the grave of an Emmett Oce Brown (born about 1873) and I was told today that someone thinks he is buried in the Governor John Brown Cemetery in Seminole CO. He is currently not listed in the Findagrave listing for that cemetery. He was listed in the 1920 census as residing in Seminole. I do not have a death year on him but I would guess it would have been between 1930 and 1960 but not sure. If you ever run across his burial location, please keep me in mind.
|Ted Crayne||George Cook|
Thank you so much for the photo of George's marker. I would also like to ask your permission to use your photo on a not-for-profit family genealogy website. Thank you again. Ted Crayne
Thanks for the picture of William M Hembree's headstone. It is the efforts of volunteer photographers like you that make the find-a-grave website the wonderful source it is.
Thank you so much for adding the photos that I requested.
Mattie and Paul were my aunt and uncle. Mattie, a sister to my mother.
Again, thank you, I apprciated it.
Added by Norma on Apr 30, 2012 10:45 AM
|Catherine Farnham||Dora Dulaney|
Thank you so much for looking for her marker. I appreciate the effort.
|Connie Carl||Jake kissee|
Thank you for trying. Can't help it when there is no marker. Connie
|Amy Cornog Hall||Roxie Cornog|
Thank you so much for the wonderful pictures! That helps me so much with my research.
I appreciate what you do to help others.
May the Lord bless you.
|M L Sample||Fuqua and Dicks|
Thank you for the great pictures of these tombstones.
|Jim & Judy Harlan||Claude Ray Ham|
Thank you so much for the photo of Claude Ray Ham in Little, Oklahoma.
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