|Jay D. Jackson (#46917236)|
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Well I've been out of pocket for a while but I'm ready to get back on game now. |
I do photo request for Angelina, Houston, Nacogdoches, Jasper and Polk Counties, or most anyplace with in about 60 miles of Lufkin TX.
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|Joan||Julius Andrew Baumgartner|
Dear Mr. Jackson: Thanks so much for posting my Dad's gravestone. I live in NY and will never probably in this lifetime be able to visit him but can do it here, thanks to you. You do a good service for those of us who can't afford to travel and we sincerely appreciate your good work. God bless you and yours. Joan Williamson
Added by Joan on Sep 04, 2013 1:02 PM
Mr. Jackson: I am looking for my husband's gg-grandmother, Caroline (Weaver) West who I believe died in Angelina County between 1861 & 1863. Her husband, David West is in the tax records from 1862 to 1868, and by 1870 he has a new wife, Margaret and their oldest son is 6 years old.
I just thought that since you photograph Angelina County cemeteries I would put a bug in your ear about Caroline in case you happen to stumble across her tombstone.
Thank you so very much for volunteering as a photographer. I know how hard & tiring it is to search for those illusive tombstones.
|Jacqueline Thomas||richardson family|
I wanted to thank you for the pictures in Barron Cemetery in Angelina County, Texas. However, I would like to make a correction. Nathaniel James Richardson is not the son of Henry Samuel Richardson. I have Nathaniel James Richardson as the son of Thomas and Susannah Richardson buried out in the McClure Cemetery. I have a copy of the family bible records. Nathaniel James Richardson's birthday was on June 21, 1831. Henry Samuel Richardson (his older brother) was born on September 8, 1828. Should you need further assistance, contact me via email at email@example.com. Thank you, Jacqueline Thomas
|Darlene hart||darwin lambert starling|
thank you for the memorial you did. I was his step daughter at the time of his demise.
|C Bailey||Incredible information and pics!|
You are such a wonderful person to go to the lengths to get the pictures that you did - thank you so much. The fact that 2 of the pictures were not available but documented as unmarked is such a closure to the family - and now they can decide about the markers. You are an angel - Thank you.
Best regards, Cal Bailey Engle
Added by C Bailey on Aug 07, 2012 1:30 PM
Thank you for posting Alma Jordan's grave marker. Find A Grave photographers are the best!
Added by Rajordan on Aug 05, 2012 12:05 PM
Thanks so much for taking this pic. I cannot verify this is the correct Crosby that Im related to tho.
Added by Patricia on Aug 05, 2012 9:17 AM
|*Gone To Texas*||photos at Sand Flat|
Thank you for all the great photos at Sand Flat. These are distant relatives for me but they are important graves for my family and they needed to be correctly documented and you did that with your photos. Thank you for your time and interest in findagrave.com.
|Tyler||RE: Sand Flat.|
The two Sand Flat cemeteries were incorrectly merged several years back. It was a real mess trying to straighten out. Any memorials I created or photographed are in the Smith County cemetery.
Added by Tyler on Aug 05, 2012 7:10 AM
Thank you so much for the photo,& very much appreciate what you do.
Added by Lindy on Aug 04, 2012 8:49 PM
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