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I work as a florist, I deal with funerals almost every day. Throughout the world, sympathy flowers have played an important role in funeral customs because of their fragrant beauty and comforting qualities. What's more, they serve as a herald of hope reminding us of the spirit of life. In ancient times, tradition called for loved ones to use flowers and herbs to anoint the bodies of the deceased, while aromatic flowers and plants were used to decorate the burial site. Today, flowers remain one of the most beautiful ways to express our condolences when words fail us. During times of sorrow, sympathy flowers are messengers of hope when it's needed most. To me I look at a funeral as the time for the bride to meet her bride groom. The Casket spray is the bridal bouquet and the flowers from love ones and friends are the brides maids bouquets. After all Our Lord is the Brides Groom and one day He is coming again.|
When I visit the Cemetery's in the East Texas Area it like a family reunion most of the time. Seams like I know almost every one. Guess that could mean I am getting old. ha ha heeeeee not me.
My family reads like this, Griffin, Mason, Arnold, Cristian, Jernigan, Barber, Morris, Sparks, Bradberry, Foly, Pontremoli, Gothard, Derrington, Goode, Fisher, Gingerich, Cross, Wright, Van Devender, and more...My 4h great grandfather was a Caption Major in the Revolutionary War in he 1700's
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|Jo Roberts||Cecil Oliver "Pete" Wooley|
Thank you for making the requested links for Cecil Wooley. Jo Roberts 47188400
|Jo Roberts||John David Cone|
Thank you for your kindness! I am working so hard on this family and I really appreciate you. I may have never found them without your contributions to that cemetery! Happy Holidays! Jo Roberts
|Grammy Helen||william c wilson|
William C Wilson is # 39200512
you added a photo of his marker there. Thanks
Hello, I am working on my husbands family tree and William C Wilson is a cousin. I wonder if you might give permission to use the photos on his tree.Thanks and good job....Helen member #47191667
|Robert Fowler||RE: Mason Cemetery|
No but I am glad to know that there is one. Whitehouse Cemetery has a service the first Sunday after Memorial Day each year and my sister and aunt will be going out there. I am going to try to attend next year but since I live 700 miles away, it isn't all that easy. Hope you have a great time at the Mason event.
Thanks for doing the links and all on the Arnolds at Mason Cemetery. Good to see you are still at it.
|David Ray Galbreath||Albert Virgil Wright|
Hi how are you, I was wondering if you could help me out, I saw your tombstone photo of Albert Virgil Wright, do you know if Albert is the one I'm looking for, see I'm looking for his wife, Clara Othella Green, she was married twice before she married Albert Wright, her other husbands were James Deward Toten and ? Stewart.
If this happens to be the same Albert Wright, do you know if Clara is buried at the same cemetery as him. If so can you send me a picture of her tombstone, or just confirm, I will go to the cemetery and take the picture.
Thanks, Derek Galbreath
|Robert Fowler||Thank you|
Thank you for making all the relationship links. It is really appreciated and helps a lot.
Hope it helps you as well.
|Linda Jonas||Ellen Wilson|
Thank you so much for the photo of Ellen's grave marker, and thank you also for the description of what happened to it.
It was so nice of you. I know you have to put a low resolution photo on FindAGrave. Can you still have a copy of the photo?
Thank you very much for the photo of the Leath headstones at Pirtle Cemetery
Added by jo buis on Jul 08, 2009 2:03 PM
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