|James Ellis (#47815402)|
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|I believe that genealogy is made much easier by the common efforts of many.|
I am in the Dallas Metroplex and have spent much time in the local cemeteries. You will also find that I travel to Missouri, Tennessee, Oklahoma or other locations in search of kinfolk.
If you are connected to any of the families in my virtual cemeteries, I would love to hear from you.
This is a labor of love. Photographs confirm information but the labor of those that enter from obits and those that enter personal family information will prove to be invaluable to those that come after us.
If you have any additional information to share on any of the memorials that I have set up, I will be happy to enter your information or link to other memorials.
I am especially interested in older pictures that show life as it was. If you have more than 1 or 2 pictures of this type, let me know. We can place any number of pictures (within reason) on the internet for all to see.
As hard as I try not to, from time to time I do make mistakes. If you do see a mistake, please bring it to my attention politely. I tend to ignore rude and/or ignorant folks or those that think the world revolves about them.
Corrections and additions to memorials are made much easier if you use the "Edit" tab on the memorial. Personal correspondence may be by way of my email. I may be a bit slow in responding to emails if I am out of town at the time.
Please remember that this genealogical site is kept free by the sponsorship of the advertisers. If you find that you have received information that is helpful, please check the offerings of the various advertisers, from time to time on findagrave.com or any other web site that may have benefited you.
Most of all, enjoy the history of your kin folk.
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|brenda joyce||Mr. Ellis|
Please stop leaving biographical information in the flower/token area of the memorials. Please use the edit tab for corrections or supplying additional information. Thank you.
|Tom Reece||Jerry Michael Dailey|
Jerry is at Greenlawn with his parents. Chapel of Memory, Pier D, Crypt #31.
|Joe Perillo||Looking for ken Little|
My name is Joe Perillo I lived with the Little's form 1983 to 1984 during my senior year of high school with Ken. I am trying to locate Kenneth Brian Little I have not seen him since 1984. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or my cell (267)505-3841
|D Mayfield-Barnes||Baby girl Mayfield|
A belated thanks for baby Mayfield's cemetery info. She was sister of my grandmother who died before I was born and never knew. She must have been the last child born. I was fortunate to know many of her sisters, my dad's aunts. If you have Mayfields and Bollingers in your family tree, we may be related somewhere on those branches. Thanks again......Doris Mayfield Barnes
|Joanne Robbins||Malinda Statler Seabaugh|
Hi James Ellis,
I saw your posting for Malinda in Findagrave showing she is the first wife fo Peter Seabaugh.
The Missouri Marriage records for Peter and Malinda shows she married him in 1897 and he was previously married to Barbara E. Crites in 1880.
Thanks for listing the information regarding her death. If I can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Jerry Robbins Sr.
|Jack Anthony||Mayfield & Limbaugh|
James, Thanks so much for these wonderful photos!
|Lanie||Apple Creek Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Mizell family grave pics from Apple Creek Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Jun 07, 2014 4:23 PM
|Brnc||Stephen Sides stone pic.|
James, thank you so much for taking and posting a pic of my cousin's stone. I greatly appreciate it. Betty
Added by Brnc on Jun 07, 2014 2:45 PM
|Ed Cline||Isaac Sample|
Thank you very much for your troubles in taking a picture of Isaac Samples headstone. He was my 2nd great uncle.
Added by Ed Cline on Jun 04, 2014 9:08 AM
|Anonymous||Photo of Christina Barks|
James thank you for the photo. I appreciate your time and effort.
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