|Dave Tyler (#46869539)|
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|I reside near Fort Worth, Texas, and have been an amateur genealogist and the family historian for over 20 years.|
If you wish to submit corrections to a memorial, or if you have additional information to contribute, such as a biography or family links, please contact me via the the "Suggest a Correction..." link under the "Edit" tab on the memorial. For family links, be sure to include the memorial ID# and how they are related, e.g. father, mother, or spouse.
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|Candy Wood||RE: Hamilton McDowell|
Yes, I noticed and appreciate that, but it's best to post the actual transcription on the memorial before it becomes more unreadable. As the many people who read the memorial copy it, it will be preserved in many family records for generations. Thanks for helping to make this happen. It's also interesting to read these headstones that have a verse or other information that we don't generally have on our cryptic modern graveplates.
|Candy Wood||Hamilton McDowell|
Thanks for the transfer! This is just a guess, but the verse at the bottom might go something like this:
"Death's dark path that
must be trod, if you
could ever pass to God."
(could/would/should) Just a guess. Did you ever write the verse?
|DKMac||RE: Lovice B. (Towne) Tyler|
Did you see the picture of Alice Tyler I posted this morning? I finally found someone who could tell me who she was. Mr gr grandmother put the name on the picture. Thanks for doing the links/
Added by DKMac on Mar 25, 2013 9:43 PM
|Don Leuty||RE: Weddel Memorials - Parker Memorial Cem.|
Your efforts are greatly appreciaed.
|Carol Miller Leslie||RE: Croxton grave pictures|
You're quite welcome Dave. Glad to help.
|William Taber||RE: Esther & Harrison Dinsmore|
Dave - I don't live nearby, but the cemetery readings from 1985 by Wendell C. and Jean C. Tombaugh (available online at the Fulton County library website) show Harrison and Esther DInsmore in Poplar Grove Cemetery, SE Section, Row 13. So their location was verified in 1985. Their location was again confirmed in 2011 by Kim White. Additionally, all other Dinsmore burials in Culver are at Poplar Grove. Harrison is buried next to his parents Adam and Alice Dinsmore in Poplar Grove.
|Nena Smothers||RE: Lecroy's-Parker Cemetery, Hurst, TX|
Thanks Dave, sure I'd be glad to have them
Dave, thank you for the transfer. ssb
|Bonnie Myers||Solomon & Mary|
I have transferred these two to you. Keep up the good work!!
|Bonnie Myers||Solomon & Mary Zinser|
Thanks for the additional info. I added the info you sent to Solomon and Mary. You will have to add the parents to the children, Sophia and John. If you would like I will transfer the memorials for Solomon and Mary to you. The birth and death dates for Mary are from the reading by Paul Mayberry in 1999. These are published in Madison and Walnut Towhship Cemetery Inscriptions published by the Pickaway Co. Historical Society in Circleville. I did not see the stones, and the date could most certainly be the 3 instead of the 5.
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