|Debra Carter Bates (#46523771)|
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I am from Texas and enjoy researching my family history. I am married and have three grown children. My husband, daughter and I search all cemeteries for Civil War Veterans and are hoping someday to actually do something with this information. |
If I have added a memorial of someone who is your family member please let me know if you would like to have the memorial transfered, the only way that I would not be willing to do a transfer is if that memorial also happens to be a member of my family. I am sorry if this upsets anyone as that is not my intention.
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|Kay White||RE: Jake Dyer|
Thank you so much, Debra, and I do not say that lightly. I really appreciate your hard work and the generosity and caring in your sharing.
Kay White, Contributor 48046888
|Kay White||RE: Jake Dyer|
Oh my, you are so kind and generous in your comments. Thank you so very much. I will try very hard to mindful of your trust in handling Jake's grave memorial. Bless you for all of the work you do in this regard.
Kay White, Contributor #48046888
|Kay White||Jake L. Dyer, Grave Memorial # 35803017|
Thank you very much for all of the work you do on Find A Grave. It is obvious that you do it with devotion, love and respect. Would you mind linking Jake Littleton Dyer (Grave Memoraial #35803017)to his second wife, Winnie Jean Hester Schomer, Grave Memorial # 70687251, buried in Bangs, Texas and with his second son and my half-brother, Noel Ray Dyer, buried in Buffalo Gap, Taylor County, Texas, Grave Memorial #136650700.
Again, thank you very much.
Kay T. White, Contributor #48046888
|Kay White||Jake L. Dyer, Grave Memorial ?358|
|Donna Hill||Fort Richardson Cemetery|
Thank you for posting the graves of the Stanton boys at Fort Richardson at Jacksboro. Would you please add some information? The father was Richard J Stanton who was born in Ireland in 1846, and he died in Texas in 1888. Their mother was Emily Terry Ross Stanton. Her dates are correct; she was born in Alabama, and she died and was buried at Algerita, San Saba County, Texas.
(Emily was my great grandmother. I just went to see the graves for the first time. Thanks again.)
|Marilyn K||Clara B Holcomb|
I know this is not your fault as you probably copied the info on J. C. Holcomb from his or his wife's find a grave page. J. C. stands for John (not James) Calvin Holcomb. He was born in Habersham Co., GA to Oliver Cowen Holcomb and Catherine Henderson. He married Nancy Josephine Milburn in Bradley Co., TN in 1875. I just wanted to leave this in case a descendant is looking. Thank you for your work.
|Dennis Alan Deel||Iona Earnest|
Debra, as per your request I have transferred Iona Earnest's memorial over to you. If there is anything else I can ever assist you with please just let me know.
All the best and God Bless!
|Debra Rodgers Blackmon||Re: J & J Wilson|
Thank you for the gracious transfer of Wilson, Joseph (Memorial# 48401181) and Julia (Memorial# 48401073) into my care.
Special thanks for the photos of the memorial markers you took and placed on those two pages.
You are highly appreciated.
Debra Rodgers Blackmon
|Letha Light||Herbert Massengale|
Please note that my Uncle Herbert Massengale's middle name is Woodrow, not Williams. He was named for President Woodrow Wilson. He is buried in the Bluff Creek Cemetery. Thank you.
LaVerl Massengale Light
|Christine Masterson||Graves at Pinehill|
I will gladly transfer the memorials to you but go to each one that you want and click the edit button and request the transfer. That is the easiest way.
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