|Bertha Avery-Hood (#46546576)|
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If you find that I've made a mistake on any information that I've entered, please let me know. I will get it corrected.
Just a doing a bit of cemetery walking around this great nation. My dad was Air Force & husband was Navy so we have seen most of these United States. We love to travel and vist with the grand kids.
It is not necessary to ask my permission to use any photos that I have added to the memorials for your family members. Please use the photos any way you'd like. I will be glad to take off any photos that I have added to your family memorials. Just hit me with a e mail
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|Singletree||Clyde Milton Allen|
B. 10/21/1887 - d. 10/4/1973 - Parents Cornelius Milton Allen & Ellen Virginia Campbell
|GerbLady||RE: Robert Hart|
And thank you! More may be coming!
Added by GerbLady on Feb 19, 2014 12:29 AM
|Joshua Johnson||Leonard Kieffer Family|
I was wondering if you are related to Leonard O. Kieffer and family I am related to him I am his 2nd Couson 2 Times Removed. If you are related you can e-mail me @ email@example.com or leave a message here. Thanks Joshua Johnson
|Sue Mehaffey-Thompson||Relative perhaps|
I am looking for relatives of Bertha Johnson Roberson. My granddad was John Thomas Roberson. His mother, Bertha died shortly after he was born. I believe in Alabama. His dad then moved to Texas I( Alex Roberson)
I am Sue Mehaffey Thompson
Tom Bean, TX
Mr. Roberson was born in Alabama November 28, 1849, being the son of James and Mary Wheeler Roberson. He grew to manhood in that state and was married in 1870 to Miss Bertha Johnson, who died the next year leaving a son, John Roberson who now resides near Comanche.
In 1871 Mr. Roberson came to Texas and settled on a farm about two miles East of Comanche in what is now known as the Robersonville community on the Fort Worth road. He specialized in truck farming and for more than fifty years sold vegetables in Comanche. He was still living on that farm at the time of his death.
|Barbara (Devine) Davis||Margaret Garrett Johnston|
Thanks for her memorial, I will maintain it proudly... Barb
|Jerry Chaney||RE: Newton H Graham|
My cousin Fonda used to live in Hurst/Bedford area. Her son went to Bell High School. Fonda now lives in Colleyville. She was originally from Slaton, Lubbock, Texas.
|Jerry Chaney||RE: Newton H Graham|
Thank you very much...Are you in Post?
|Larry Wyatt||RE: Ted Wooldridge|
You're entirely welcome! I have a Wooldridge tree I'm working on and each time I find an item or someone not connected, I try to do something about it. Appreciate your association.
|Jerry Chaney||Picture of Newton H Graham|
I noticed that you put a picture of Newton Hembry Graham of Post, Texas in his Find A Grave page. Are you related to the Graham Family? I am related two ways to the Grahams. Newt's son Allen Hall Graham married Josephine Ella Chaney,the daughter of my gr-Grandparents Alexander and Nancy Chaney of Haskell Co., Texas. And on my mother's side, my grandmother Craddock's sister Lora Caraway married Whitlow Graham whose father, I believe was James Madison Graham. In that family there were two individuals names Newton, so I know the two families are related, because they came from the same county in Mississippi. I'm still working on it, for the last week. The second family was living in Eastland County, Texas, where my mom was born. Mom and her family moved to Post and that's how my mom and dad met and married after high school. Sorry, I get carried away sometimes. Would you let me know if you are related? Would like to get some answers, like.....didn't Newton H Graham die in Plainview? They must have already had plots in Post before they left.
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Hamilton, Montana 59840
|Dave Hall||RE: William Grandville|
You're very welcome!
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