|Deleon Todd (#46567870)|
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I believe one of the worst things that can happen to anyone is to die and not be remembered for contributions made and sacrificial service rendered to enrich the lives of others. |
Being a contributor to Find A Grave enables me to PROPerly Salute those who've directly and indirectly touched my life, and the lives of others. Also, it helps my family (and hopefully other families) easily obtain genealogical data on departed kin.
My goal is to create "quality" memorials that speaks to & honors the lives of persons who've passed on. My idea of quality is a memorial that, if possible, has at least one picture of the departed person & has a bio that says something about who the person was, & the contributions he/she made in the lives of others...
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|Virginia Lee Brown||Bill Gooseneck McDonald 1866-1950|
I am interested in having correct information on memorials. I see your addition on a "flower". There are two memorials set up and an unsatisfactory memorial for his son. Do you know where his son was born, cause of death and more information about other graves in his Plot at Oakwood cemetery? I wish you would take steps to have the memorials merged and linked to the family members.
It is really The Trinity Cemetery, which is the black section attached to Oakwood.
If you are not interested, then I will try to find out more.
I remember going there many times, on the Northside of Fort Worth. It was said he built that monument so it would overlook the KKK building (Ellis Pecan) on North Main. I'm an old Northsider and white. But it is such an interesting story
Virginia Lee Brown
|Horice Tillery Jr||Thank you Mr Deleon Todd|
I would like to say thank you sir for the Virtual Flowers you posted for my my dad Horice Tillery thanks
Would you happen to know anything about Mr. Mark Thrash? I've been told growing up that he is my 4th Great Uncle and I am just seeking connections of him.
|Imhoff||RE: Patricia Ann|
Made the addition. Thank you for the information.
Added by Imhoff on Mar 10, 2015 4:01 AM
|Lonestar Steve||RE: Maggie Sutherland Williams|
Deleon, Thanks for the fast response !! Maggie only has the year of birth, 1922, and no date of death. I'll do more research before posting. Thanks again and best wishes
|Lonestar Steve||Maggie Williams/ Eastview|
Good morning, I have been photographing Eastview Cemetery and have a question about Maggie Sutherland Williams. Do you know if she married John C. Williams, Jr (1920-1984) ? I do have a pic of their stone to post but don't know if it's the same Maggie Williams...Thanks
|Chuck Kearns||Mabon (Teenie) Hodges|
He is buried at the New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Germantown, Tennessee.
Don't know why it didn't come up when I did a search.
I put the picture on your page and deleted mine.
|Ardis ||RE: Jeremiah Turner|
Thank you. A cousin from the slave owner on my Dad's side, has been doing quite a bit in researching my/his Turner line. I appreciate your help too (I am originally from Richmond, KY, but have been in Cincy since 8 or 9 years old)...Ardis
Added by Ardis on Jan 27, 2015 2:09 PM
|Ardis ||Jeremiah Turner|
Jeremiah is my great grandfather; thanks so much for the props...Ardis email@example.com
Added by Ardis on Jan 26, 2015 11:34 AM
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