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Kathy Leach (#47251652)
 member for 4 years, 7 months, 19 days
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"My feelings are in each family there is one who seems called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve.

To me, doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but, instead, breathing life into all who have gone before."
-Anonymous

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 • 2,126 Memorials Added
 • 2,415 Memorials Managed
 • 9 Memorials/Week
 • 1,511 Photos
 • 48 Photo Requests
 • 37 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 1,074 Virtual Flowers
 • 44 Virtual Cemeteries
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Abshier-Bristley-DeBlanc (42)
Authors (20)
BIARD, ANDREW JACKSON (7)
BIARD, John Gaines (157)
BIARD, John Nelson (7)
BIARD, William Wash (116)
BOGAN (54)
CHOCTAW Heritage (146)
Choctaw-Bond family (6)
CHOCTAW-Folsom family (10)
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Messages left for Kathy Leach (162)[Leave Message]
Joy
Catherine Cottrell
She was Linus' first wife. I found her buried next to him. If you are related to her as well, please let me know. Send me your member number and I'll transfer management. I couldn't find her actual birth date on Ancestry, but I did find her date of death.
Added by Joy on Oct 18, 2014 8:20 PM
Claude Suddreth
RE: Mary Wilson Gardner # 92897711
I don't really have anything I call super solid on John James Wilson (1785-1829). What I do have is basically pieces of family lore (not even my family) which I have accumulated. I have his father as a James Madison Wilson (1763-1829) who was a soldier of unknown rank, and who's father before him was also Captain James Madison Wilson (1734-1819) who I believe was in the revolutionary war. I do not know if his rank is an Army rank (O-3) or Naval Rank (O-6 - basically a full Colonel if in the Army). I don't really have any specifics other than this, including wives names and families. Again none of that is really super solid, so it would bear a bit of additional research before claiming it with certainty. Hope this helps.
Added by Claude Suddreth on Aug 19, 2014 12:53 AM
Kathy & Mike
Charlie Barrett
Hi Kathy, Thank you for the heads-up about the duplicate memorials and also for the obituary for my great-granddaddy. I posted it immediately.
Added by Kathy & Mike on Jul 27, 2014 3:44 PM
Texas History Hunter
DeBlanc
Hope you don't mind that I just transf. these memorials to you. Let me know if there are any others you would like to manage.
Added by Texas History Hunter on Jul 03, 2014 12:05 AM
Tim & Gail
RE: James Scroggins photo
Hi,

I went out this morning and retook the photo of the headstone. I hope its more readable.

Tim
Added by Tim & Gail on Jul 02, 2014 9:09 PM
Kristina S
Clarence Farris
I found his obit and also an article about his death (he died in a car crash). How would you like to me get them to you? They are in JPEG format.
Added by Kristina S on May 10, 2014 5:09 PM
Valerie
Mary Gertrude Garmany Cooper
I found just a small bit of relevant information: Mary and Walter Cooper appear to have had eight children, all born in Texas. The Cooper children were: Charlie E. born in 1902, Pauline born in 1905, Eva Born in 1907, Mattie R., born in 1909, Frank M., born in 1911, Ernest & Everett both born in 1915, and Leslie Nelson born Jan. 7, 1919 who appears to have died October 15, 1999 and is buried in Polk, TX. The Cooper family lived in Texas in 1910. By 1920 and through to at least 1935, they were in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma but the eldest (Charlie) was no longer living with the family. Then, it appears that by 1940, Mary, Walter and two children (Pauline and Leslie) were in Logansport, Louisiana. Mary took in borders and Walter was a sale promoter working for a local merchant.
Added by Valerie on Apr 28, 2014 3:21 PM
Kristina S
RE: photos Dora & Burt Farris
I found where Clarence is buried as well but there is no headstone. I will get a picture of his resting place to post later today. If you are looking for dates (birth, death, etc) I will be at the library next Wednesday and can see if I can find his obituary notice if you would like. Just let me know. Kristina
Added by Kristina S on Apr 24, 2014 8:33 AM
Martha
Nancy Brackeen in Campbell Cemetery
Kathy,
we just attended a ceremony at Campbell Cemetery in Lamar County, Texas where she is buried and are trying to assemble families of loved ones buried there to form a cemetery association. please contact me at email: weboones@cablelynx.com
Martha Boone
my husband David is descendant of David S and James S Campbell who are buried there
Added by Martha on Apr 14, 2014 9:46 AM
TimelessSpirits
Obituaries - Highland Cemetery
Kathy, Thank you so very much for all the obituaries you gave me. You must have spent a lot of time pulling those all together. I really appreciate your help in making these memorials the best they can be. Thanks to you, we now have obituaries for James Culberson (74986755), Ruth Culberson Robertson (79598737), Leroy Harrison Camden (75388535), Victor Van Harrison (94825670), John Culberson (74986876), Guy Harrison (94826623), and Andrew Bruce Camden (75388407). Thank you for all that you do for FindAGrave and especially for all the people that you honor by contributing to their memorial.
Added by TimelessSpirits on Apr 10, 2014 8:25 PM
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