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I am a high school librarian, wife, and mother of two sons. I'm a seventh-generation Texan who's been doing genealogy for over thirty years. Findagrave is one of my favorite genealogy sites and has been a tremendous help in finding lost ancestors. My main surnames are Wheeler (maiden name), Bridges, Mull, Holmes, Reynolds, Mericle. My husband's surnames are Sanders, Mitchell, Morrow, Brinkley & Fletcher. |
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|bsmart||Please Edit Family Name|
RE: 30729007 Pennington Cemetery
Please add maiden name of: Mabry
Added by bsmart on Aug 25, 2015 7:25 AM
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||RE: o E and Dorothy Allen|
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||o E and Dorothy Allen|
May I have permission to add their markers to my Ancestry.com family tree. She is a relative. Your name and date taken will be shown
|Gail Steger||John Ray Wilhoit|
I would like to provide my name; Gail Scott Wilhoit as his wife and our two sons, John-Morton Scott Wilhoit and Benjamin Ray Wilhoit to his footstone marker. It is behind his parents makers and I so appreciate your picture of it. I am now Gail Wilhoit Steger; remarried. We were married in 1975 and very much in love when I lost him to cancer in November of 1984. I see you were the one who provided the picture. The family picture is of my two children, Kimberly Terrell Smart and Jared Terrell, John-Morton and Benjamin Wilhoit are the beloved sons of John R Wilhoit and he would like the world to know they exist. thank you again.
|Pamela Thompson||Gravestone Photo Permission|
I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of Vivien Alford in Forest Park East Cemetery (Memorial# 46117486).
I would like to add this gravestone photo to the (non-profit) Alford American Family Association's collection of Texas Obituaries, where her obituary will be included. You can see the current collection at http://www.alfordassociation.org/obit.html.
May I have your permission to include your gravestone photos? If so, the photo caption will say:
Photo from [cemetery name, city, county, state]—www.findagrave.com
Permission granted by the photographer, tisanders [or your name if you prefer]
And thanks so much for your gravestone photo work!
Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155)
Obituaries Project Manager, Alford American Family Association
|Betty Andrews||Jacob Oliver Mull, #34733616|
Thank you for all you do for find-a-grave! Thank you for creating the memorial for Jacob Oliver Mull. Wish Ruth Harris and daughter Elimira had a tombstone and could be added. Their children are listed in Ruth's father Benjamin Harris' Will in Jackson Co., NC.
|Tim Allen||Nell Turner White, #49588988|
I have a question for you.
It looks like you have two memorials for
Nell Turner White, #49588987 and #49588988.
The only difference with them is they have different birth/death dates.
The reason I'm asking about the dupes is I've created a memorial for Lillie Turner White, #141400227 in the Groveton Cemetery and she has the same dates as your memorial ending 8988 and she's in the Glenwood Cemetery. Another volunteer brought this to my attention so I went back to Ancestry.com to verify Lillie's dates and burial location on her death certificate and they verified. Would you mind looking at your memorial ending 8988 and see it should be deleted. I think your memorial ending 8987 is your correct one.
Thanks for your time,
|Mel & Janet||Thelma F Stevens|
You created memorial #112829793 and posted a picture of the headstone. It is an interesting headstone. It is for the mother of my cousin Robert Douglas Gilbert and the parents of his wife. I could not locate memorials for the parents of his wife so I have created the memorials and wonder if you would post the photo to their memorials, #149210659 & #149212053.
Thanks for being a find a grave volunteer and congratulations on being a 7th generation native Texan. I am only 5th generation native. My third great-grandfather fought at San Jacinto. He was not a native but he got here as fast as he could.
|Mary Perry||Bill Newman|
Thank you so much for the great picture
|Norris Long||Wheeler connection|
Modenia Nancy Wheeler (paternal grandmother of my 1st great uncle) married Blackburn "Black" Peace, who was the grandfather of Dicey Modenia Peace who married my great uncle, John Daniel "Johnnie" Pate. Modenia's father was William H. Wheeler, and grandfather was John William Wheeler. A bit of a stretch but still kin!
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