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I have often been told that I am a rather odd sort for enjoying spending time at cemeteries. I enjoy doing this because I am interested in preserving our past and I believe cemeteries are definitely a starting place.|
At this time, I would also like to express that my involvement with Find A Grave is NEVER to upset anyone. It is purely to be able to provide a place for us to honor those we love and provide information for those who are trying to find their family, friends and loved ones. If I have entered someone you wish not be part of Find A Grave, I will gladly remove them as soon as I get a chance.
I do manage a number of memorials on this website and I have no problem transferring those individuals to family or friends who will do a better job providing the loving care they deserve. I look at Find A Graves "guidelines" as suggestions, not the all end of all rules and the world is going to end if we do not follow them.
On that note, I would also like to let everyone know that I work a full-time job and Find A Gave is a hobby for me. I am trying to do my best to keep up with all of the emails and information sent to me. Unfortunatly, I am not doing a very good job. If you have sent a request or information to me in the past and I have not responded to you, I kindly ask you send the request to me again.
I hope I have not offended anyone and everyone realizes I enjoy participating in this forum to honor our families, friends, and our past.
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|Pat Berel||Irma Oxley|
Find A Grave Memorial# 54797432
I would like to request a transfer of this memorial. Irma married my cousin William Louis Oxley, Jr. I have created his memorial which is at the same cemetery. Thank You Pat BErel #47164320
|dwooff||Offutt's in Plano Mutual Cemetery|
While catching up on some research I noted that you have several Offutt memorials in Plano Mutual Cemetery with grave marker photos. I wanted to know if you would be willing to allow me to place a copy of those images in my genealogy database attaching the copy to the records for the Offutt mentioned? I would of course credit you as the photographer.
Also I do have information on these Offutt's that would add to their memorials. I can send correction/updates on them if you want the information that way, or if you would be willing I would be honored to take over maintenance of the memorials.
Thanks for creating these memorials and taking the photos.
Added by dwooff on Dec 08, 2013 2:33 AM
|Kinfolk||Please update her memorial|
Frankie Dee Battles Frankie Dee BattlesAugust 18, 1922 - December 4, 2013Frankie Dee Battles 91, of Guy, left this earth for her heavenly home on December 4, 2013. She was born on Friday, August 18, 1922 to the late Frank and Dessie (Reynolds) Battles. She was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church for sixty nine years.In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband Derwayne Battles of sixty one years; a son Franklin Joe Battles; a grandson, Lloyd Wayne Bivens; sons-in-law, Ferron Bivens and Joe Lemon; three sisters, Dulsa Francis, Lois Mills, and Myrtle Hutchins; two brothers, J.W. and Benny Battles.Those left to cherish her memory are three loving daughters, Nina Bivens of Quitman, Linda Stevenson (Clark) of Guy, and Mary Woodall(Ronnie) of Quitman; five grandchildren, Nancilla Bivens, Judy Ostrowski (Steve), Andy Bivens (Kristi), Amy Jackson (Brian) and Bobby Woodall; six great-grandchildren, Kandis Lawrence (Ben), Kaleb, Kendra, and Michael Bivens, and twins Evan and Emma Jackson; great-great grandson Elias Lawrence; two sisters, Bronnie Ingram and Willie Pearson; brother, Bobby Battles; a host of other family and friends.Frankie was a cook at Guy-Perkins School for forty-three years, were she delighted in making sure no child left hungry, which was her reward. She was a strong Christian woman who was most proud of being a wife, a mother and grandmother or best known as "Ma Ma" Frankie. He children saw her live a life that was Christ centered. Her motto was taking it one day at a time and put your trust in the Lord". Frankie raised her daughters with biblical principles and instilled in them a strong work ethic. She left a legacy of faith, hard work and perseverance that enriched the lives of her family. Until her health failed you could always find her in her beautiful flower gardens. She loved and saw the beauty of God's creation in every flower petal and wanted to share with everyone that came by. Frankie loved life and enjoyed fellowship with family, friends and neighbors. Her face radiated peace, joy, and goodness. She lived out the description of the virtuous woman described in Proverbs 31. To her daughters and grandchildren she was a beautiful sprit and loving soul. She feared and loved the Lord and we know she was praised by our Lord and Savior as he welcomed her into his kingdom. While we grieve for our loss it is comforting to know she is at peace, healed, healthy and safe in the arms of our Lord, and we will be reunited with her in heaven one day.A celebration of her home going will be from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home Chapel in Greenbrier.Funeral services will be 1:00p.m. Monday, December 9, 2013 at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier with Bro. Bobby Woodall, Bro. Ed Stephenson and Bro. Tim Brewer officiating. Interment will be at Copperas Springs Cemetery.Pallbearers are Andy Bivens, Kaleb Bivens, Steve Ostrowski, Brian Jackson, Bradley Stevenson and James Ingram. Honorary Pallbearers are Wayne Stevenson, Marvin Lee, Johnny Passmore, Terry Williams, Chris Acre and Todd Watkins.
Added by Kinfolk on Dec 06, 2013 4:48 PM
|Peggy Gregory-Turner||BILL & CLARA RODERICK|
I would like to ask if you would consider transferring two memorials, please? My husband is the grandson of Bill & Clara Roderick and we would like very much to add family links and more bio information to the existing memorials.
Thank you in advance for your time and for your consideration.
Bill Roderick Find A Grave #25376301
Clara Roderick Find A Grave # 25376862
|Suzanne Jarrett Wagnon||Versa Morris|
Versa Morris passed away yesterday. Can you go to Benton Funeral Home website and get info to add to her memorial. Thanks so much. She was my great aunt.
|Debra||Odell Mae Huffman # 28516242|
Hi, Would you please transfer so I may add more information and link to her family. Odell Mae is my Grandmother. Thank you
Added by Debra on Nov 22, 2013 5:18 PM
|Rita Hankins Cash||Maude E Hankins|
Please transfer maintenance of Aunt Maude to me. Aunt Maude is one of my Dad's older sisters. Her #23446965.
Rita Hankins Cash
|Rita Hankins Cash||Laura Hankins|
Please transfer maintenance of Laura Hankins to me. Aunt Laura is one of my Dad's older sisters.
Rita Hankins Cash
|Rita Hankins Cash||Harry T Hankins|
Please transfer maintenance of Uncle Harry Hankins to me. He is my Dad's oldest brother. Thank you. Uncle Harry's #23446204.
Rita Hankins Cash
Would you please up date Mr. keith P. Hoskins memorial. with this information.
Keith Patrick Hoskins, age 82, of Calmer, went to be with the Lord Friday, November 8, 2013 at Jefferson Regional Medical Cente, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
He was born June 4, 1931 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Mr. Hoskins retired from International Paper Company and was a graduate of Brighton High School in Brighton, Iowa. He was an avid Razorback fan and enjoyed fishing, gardening, and spending time with his family. Mr. Hoskins was a member of Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church where he was a former Sunday school teacher.
Mr. Hoskins is preceded in death by his parents; wives, Irene Montgomery Hoskins and Sylvia Meyer Hoskins; daughter, Tina Sparks; and sisters, Sandra and Shirley.
Mr. Hoskins is survived by his sons, Roger Allen Hoskins and wife, Sandi of Calmer and Steven Patrick Hoskins and wife, Amy of White Hall; daughters, Vicky Robin Bates and husband, David of Jacksonville, Florida and Pamala Etoi Lunsford of Woodson; brothers, Doyle, Johnny, Vern, Kenneth, and Ronnie all of Iowa; sisters, Loretta, Betty, and Vivian all of Iowa; fifteen grandchildren, eighteen great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, November 10, 2013 at Buie Funeral Home Chapel in Rison.
Funeral services are 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 11, 2013 at Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church with Brother Neil Quick officiating.
Burial will follow at Friendship Cemetery in Woodlawn (Cleveland County).
Memorials can be made to Friendship Cemetery Association.
Arrangements are by Buie Funeral Home of Rison (870) 325-6216, www.buiefuneralhome.com.
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