|Jaycie Smith (#47274161)|
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Trying to keep up with my Grandad, Wayne Smith, in the Find a Grave business!|
"Graves last longer than monuments." - 'Nemesis,' March 7, 1877.
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Jacie, sorry to bother you again but
This memorial is for Roy F. Moseley, and the photo is for the stone of Stanley Moseley. Can you correct this, or delete the photo.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 26, 2015 2:51 PM
|Robert Braselton||Pearly Josephus Smith|
I have tried using the "EDIT" tab but now I will go this route. Please link Pearly Josephus Reed, memorial number 89234625 to his father, Charles Eason Reed memorial number 142913757 and to his mother, Ella Nora Beck Reed memorial number #20428895.
|Bonnie||Memorial # 34371786|
Jaycie, Please check this memorial also, it is for J.J. Gilchrist born 1866 d: 1970- but the photo is not for him. I think it is for Dorinda Gilchrist as far as I can make it out. Can you correct this or delete the photo. Please check the
other photo's also. Sorry to be a bother to you.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 18, 2015 2:08 PM
|Bonnie||Memorial # 34371758|
Jayce, On the fore mentioned memorial is for Bertha Avis Foreman, the photo you placed for her is for a Teal memorial, can you correct this, or delete the photo. Appreciate it very much.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 17, 2015 9:04 PM
|FamilyGenealogist||Barbara Schafnitz transfer|
I am wondering if you would mind very much letting me have her memorial? She is a relative of my husband. Her father was the brother of my husbands direct line. The family tells me that this side of the family is somewhat of a mystery and I have been trying to put the pieces together. I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you for taking a picture of her grave marker. We are still attempting to ascertain what happened to her.
Jacye: Would you transfer Aubrey B. Holiman in the Holiman Family Cemetery to me. I moved all of the Holimans in the Holiman Family Cemetery back to the Brownsboro Cemetery where I originally had them registered. Since the sign on the Highway in Brownsboro calls it the Brownsboro Cemetery I thought it would help people looking for the graves.
I have seen literature calling it the Carver and the Holiman Cemetery and one of the Holimans owned the property where Lee and Lula Holiman are buried across from the Main body of graves. Joe Lilly
You are very kind to transfer my cousin 'Civil'.
I appreciate it so much.
|Ronnie Ainsworth||mrs.fannie sue crow|
MRS. FANNIE SUE CROW
Mrs. Fannie Sue Crow, 77, a native of West Carroll, died Thursday of
last week in Shreveport and funeral sevices were conducted Friday
afternoon at 3:30at the Forest Methodist Church.
The Rev. Isaac Patton, pastor, assisted by the Rev. H.G. Hammons,
officiated at the services. Interment was in the new Forest Cemetery,
under direction of Osborn Funeral service of Shreveport.
Mrs. Crow, mother of the late Herman Crow, resided for many years at
Midway, just north of Forest in ward three. She was a member of the
Forest Methodist church. Since 1948 she had made her home in Shreve-
port with a son.
Surviving are the son, Milton of Shreveport; five grandchildren, David
C. Crow of Shreveport; Janice, Donald Milton, Carolyn and Fannie Sue
Crow all of Shreport and two greeat-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were M.N. Lipp, Holmes Mitchiner, Lynn Wilson, Marvin
Kirkland, B.C. Kirkland and W.E. Drane.
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