|Shawn The Grave Hunter (#46481676)|
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I am a man who loves history and in my time have seen some very old tombstones in my travels and when researching my family history. There have been some interesting finds in my time. I am a writer and poet and I plan on designing my own monument to leave my mark upon the world when I die. I have found many old markers in Texas and Iowa in the northern part of the state and Minnesota. Having an interest in the funeral industry I am always researching cemeteries. It was because of my Grandpa that I have such a love for history. Recently while visiting a cemtery in Falls County, TX I discovered about twenty tombstones that were inscribed in German. This was the first time I have ever seen any markers written in another language. As far as the future, who knows where my travels may take me. God is my guide and it certianly will be an adventure! Every one has a right to be remembered. I am a voice for those who do not have anyone to do this for them. I do not only my family and friends but I often walk local cemeteries and add information online to aid researchers in their family history research. If I have made a mistake or if you have something for me to add please get in touch with me and I will take the appropriate action. I am willing to do photo lookups in Lubbock as well as other places. Contact me if I can help. However do bear in mind that I am unable to drive but will do my best to assist in any way possible. |
***** I really hate to do this, but from now on, I WILL NOT do any transfers or updates that come to me on the message board. I've had too many requests that have errors in them and this just slows everything down. Please, please please use the EDIT tabs on the memorials. This is what it was designed and set up for so please use it. Also, it has gotten to the point that I will no longer respond to transfer requests or up-date requests that are sent to me here on the Message Board or by e-mail. I will only make changes that come to me via EDIT/SUGGEST A CORRECTION. Thanks.****
Many thanks for the words of encouragement and support about my contributions on the site. It has been a godsend for me in doing my genealogy and it is my hope that my work will do for others what others work has done for me.
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|Member #47614207||RE: Annie Hughes Knox City Cemetery Knox City, Texas|
The following is how we are related :
"wife of uncle of wife of nephew of husband of 2nd great-aunt of wife of nephew of husband of great-aunt"
We hope this helps
Please transfer my husband's gg-grandmother Martha Teaff 20513001 to me.
Added by Moore on Jul 23, 2016 6:28 PM
|Leona Henderson||Kenneth D Rhoades #140709142|
While walking Resthaven today I photographed the marker for Kenneth D Rhoades and when I posted it I noticed that you had placed his temporary marker photo earlier.
My suggestion--you can remove the temporary photo now that his permanent marker has been set.
Hope this helps--
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Walter T. Taylor & Alice Jesmer Taylor|
Thank you very much for the transfer of these family members to me.
|Mary Wiese||Request transfer|
Please transfer my uncle, Lawrence Joseph Jennings (26098375) to me. Here is my ID # 46940081
|Tammey Hoyt||Had 3 other children|
John Douglas Meeks and Polly Ann Register had 3 other children. James Douglas Meeks who passed in 1999. John Thomas Meeks who passed when he was a baby and Maryann Meeks Gifford who is still living
|Lauren Carter Aumann||RE: Susan Gipson in Rochester, TX|
Was this Susan: Susan Unknown Gipson b. 1832 in GA, married James Wall/Waul abt 1859, Elisha Anglin Jr., abt 1868, Limestone Co., TX and then Unknown Gipson bef 1873 in Limestone Co., TX? Thank you for any light you can shed on this. Lauren
Thank you for taking your time to locate and photograph the headstone for Raymond Goodrich.
Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
Added by EL on Feb 04, 2016 12:03 PM
Thanks kindly for photo, happy trails.
|backntyme55||John T. Berryhill Photo|
I am Very Thankful for the time and effort made to help me with this photo. this is my great grandpa's brother! thanks for helping me locate the family!
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