|Pam H (#47375695)|
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Praise the Lord for this web site!|
To all those who have taken TIME to submit all the information, thank you!
To all those who take TIME to visit the actual resting places and take the photos,
THANK YOU ALL SOOOO MUCH!
And may God bless you!!!
Photo requests in which I fulfill are from "PROJECTS" which we have photographed the entire cemetery, from where our family members are resting.
If I submit to you there is no marker or headstone, you can be assured there is no marker of headstone available.
For MEMORIAL TRANSFER REQUESTS:
PLEASE use the 'Edit' tab on the memorial page of your family member.
I will honor your transfer requests if your 'FAMILY' relation is closer than ours
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You respectfully improve the memorial by adding/ updating bio information, family links and adding additional photos.
*** If you wish to contact me and discuss a certain memorial, or have questions of families I've listed, please use the "EDIT TAB" on the memorial page of the person you wish to discuss.***
Thank you all so very much!
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|talley bailey||Florence Yeiser Campbell 1882-1979|
Pam you created a great memorial to Florence Yeiser Campbell of Paducah Ky.Her spouse James V Campbell was the nephew of Given Campbell a very famous Paducah and St Louis attorney and a civil war veteran who was chosen by Confederate President Jeff Davis to be the leader of a small unit of W/Ky men who were captured with Davis in May 1865.Given died in 1906 and owned the "Campbell Bldg" in Paducah at 5th and Broadway and the land where Hannan Plaza exists today.
James V Campbell was the son of James Campbell,sr a attorney/judge in Paducah in 1906.
Sure would like to find living descendants of this family or extended family members via marriage. Talley Bailey email@example.com
Thx for the photo of his stone.
Added by Lynn on Oct 26, 2015 2:45 PM
|Lillie Riney||Beulah Pike|
Thanks so much for searching the cemetery for this headstone. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|Carolyn ||Jolly stone|
Thanks Pam for the nice photo of Hobert Jolly's stone. Hobert was my husband's uncle.His mom's brother. I remember visiting with Uncle Hobert and Dorthea and before that Aunt Mary (Hobert's first wife and mother of his children) Brings back memories, Thanks again, Carolyn
Added by Carolyn on Apr 29, 2015 8:25 AM
|Brent Garrett||Dorothy Borup|
Thank you for your efforts
|bill cambron||Rhodes family|
Pam thank you for taking the time to fill my photo requests and posting them so quickly
|James and Sharon Cissell||Lillian Spalding|
Thank you so very much for going out to get this photo for me. I really appreciate your work.
|Terri Maynard Burns||E Gaines|
Thanks for trying to locate it. I appreciate you taking the time.
|Everett Mefford||Thomas Olympus Robinson|
Thank you for this wonderful photo. His wife is memorial number 69692690 would you mind placing a copy on her memorial or would you mind if I did?
|Everett Mefford||Mary Agnes Vowels|
I want to thank you so much for the photo
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