|Kelli Smythe (#46488736)|
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I have been searching for family since my second son was born in 1994. |
I am interested in the following families: Akers, Allison, Bublitz, Collins, Cooper, Crowder, French, Harshman, Holstine, Isham, James, Kammer, Mayfield, Nelson, Nichols, Nix, Peyton, Smythe, Strickland, Vernon, Villwock, Zeigler.
I will be happy to take pictures at Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas Tx and those in Duncanville, DeSoto, Ennis, Cedar Hill, Ovilla, Red Oak, Pecan Hill, Waxachaie TX
I would like to thank everyone who uses this site for the wonderful photos and bio's of our loved ones, may they never be forgotten.
Please let me know if you notice any mistakes on posted memorials and I will fix them promptly.
I will be happy to transfer direct family members, please do not request more as it takes considerable amount of time to enter all this information. I WILL NOT transfer entire families because you want a whole family in a certin cemetery. Direct family members would be within four generations such as great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, or siblings. Transfer request must also contain relationship. Please send request for transfer through the correction tab it makes it eaiser to locate the memorial.
Member of Western Plains Weatherford Genealogical Society
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auschuck, Carolyn Farnum, Cherry Keese-J..., Connie Sims, David Snow, Donna Schulte L..., Ed, Frank Penningto..., Gaylord Louis I..., John & Gloria H..., Kathy Inman, Lanae Bouchez, Sherry
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|Pat Osborn||William Wallace Frisbie|
I'm writing in regards to the site for William Wallace Frisbie, Find A Grave #50210855. You have the same death date for both him and his wife, Orena, which is actually her death date. His death date is 15 May 1913. It's easy to get things mixed up when working with lots of numbers but would like to get it corrected. I also don't understand, on his you have there is an inscription, SSA: Orena. I am not able to find the inscription and don't know hat it means. Orena was a sister to my husband's great grandmother. I've seen lots of unusual headstones but this is really the neatest.
Thanks for your help and all your hours of work.
|Willia Zappa ||RE: Mary E Hutton|
|Willia Zappa ||Mary E Hutton|
Mary's information of her death date is listed online wrong. Her passing was on 1915 and it can be seen on her tombstone. How can we correct this on my grandmother. I am welcome to assist.
|Jonathan Case||RE: Bobby Joe Dale|
You're most welcome.
|lawman||RE: lizzie key|
I am more than happy to fix the problem. Please give me the memorial number of Lizzie Key and I will get right on it.
Added by lawman on May 09, 2015 12:05 PM
|Janet LaMotte||Rose Hill established in 1917|
Rose Hill Burial Park began in 1917 in Oklahoma City. ... of Oklahoma City have memorialized their family members here since the cemetery opened in 1919.
|Laurie Wagoner||RE: Clement c Strickland|
I left responses for you and Sheri together.
I just realized tho, that without responding to you personally, you wouldn't get an e mail to let you know that you have messages. So that's what this is. I left three messages I think, with Sher, but included you. I can see that your info is quite different in spite of some corresponding names and dates. It leaves me confused. I have a tendency to trust State Vital Records, and Court Deeds more than websites like Ancestry.com or the Census. Court recording clerks had to be accurate. Integrity was important. Census recorders on the other hand, were ordinary folks hired for a one-time, short-lived job, and lots of mistakes are found in the Census. My experience with Ancestry.com and Rootsweb and others like them, are that folks trade great volumes of data, and the facts get lost and confused. I find family pedigree charts on there can be very inaccurate. My own, in fact, is totally inaccurate. I fed the information in on a draft chart and the final, published chart was all screwed up. As that happened with my own, I'm reluctant to trust anyone else's either. So, I try, as much as I can, to get copies of records directly from State Vitals offices and County libraries. Old Newspaper articles are awesome fun and can sometimes provide photos you won't find anywhere else. Websites are available now that catalog all of a County's historical newspapers online. It's always a treasure hunt! :-) I'd love for you to share with me what you have found.
|Sher Howell||RE: Charles Edward Strickland|
i cant find your email here...im firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks im very excited about gaining more insight into our past
|Sher Howell||Charles Edward Strickland|
hello! Im wondering if this Charles Edward Strickland who is listed as the son of Clement Strickland Sr.'s second wife, is the one who wnt to Oklahoma and married Arcola Whittle? if so then I am related...a lot of the other names listed match up and was wondering if you wanted to share info. thank you in advance, sher howell
|Sue Sonju||RE: Infant Wilcox #49720432|
That's very nice of you, but don't put yourself out too much. I will admit, however, I am a little curious about it!
It looks to me like someone added a gravestone for Amanda and Alfred Wilcox, the supposed parents of this infant, at a later time. It appears to be a much newer gravestone style than would have been erected in 1895/6. Maybe from the 1940's to 1950's.
Anyway, thanks for your help. Amanda was my husband's gr-gr-grandmother.
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