|Brenda J. Rogers (#47180799)|
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My family doesn't understand my obsession for recording headstones, uncover Markers and link lost family members. I have dug my way in the bushes and scraped many headstone for others. I love doing research on my family tree. Everyone should have their name etched in history. I hope to help provide this information. Currently working on my Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) and plan on working on (DAR) Daughters of the American Revolution.|
research :Abernathy, Allred, Blanton,Buchanan, Clepper, Garner, Gilbert, Herrington, Lackey, Mason, Neeley, Pace, Pierot, Powell, Sledge, Smith
Transfers will be considered for direct relatives if within the usual 4 generations (parents, grandparents, GG)Not uncles, aunts,cousins according to Find-A-Grave guidelines. Your request should be made from the page you wish to have transferred using the Suggest A Correction (SAC) form, which includes ID# of the page and your FAG ID#. Be sure to include your relationship. Other requests WILL be ignored.
Be kind to this web site for its mission to find a grave--tombstones not a family album unless you are willing to sponsor this memorial.
I have chosen Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery to be my goal to photograph the entire cemetery.
Any and all pictures can be used without any further contact, I took them for your use. Thank you for allowing me to help and enjoy your search as much as I do.
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|Larry Lagut||RE: Alva John Rogers|
I even check the Bell County genology site. Their isnt even dates on their.
Thank you for the transfer of the memorials of Robert and Mary Hill. I appreciate it.
Added by Tommy on Jan 18, 2015 11:10 AM
|Linda Vance Letcher||Carl Craft|
Do you have any idea who were his parent ! I believe he is my Mom long lost cousin . I believe that he was born Kentucky . His parent were Lulu Allen and George Craft , they were from Breathitt Co, Kentucky ..
|Mark Pelham||RE: August Mills|
|Mark Pelham||RE: August Mills|
Yes please...he is my uncle.
|s schultz||113933425 Arnett|
Good Morning, we were wondering if you would allow us to use your picture in our tree? Please know we do cite both Find A Grave and the photographer for any picture are allowed to use that we haven't personally taken. The right thing to do and our way of letting others know who truly deserves the credit. Thanks for considering it. (And thank you from one fellow Find A Grave member to another - love roaming the cemeteries snapping all the headstones we see. Happy 2015) S
|Suzanne Andrews||William A. Rogers|
Brenda, you have created a memorial for William A. Rogers in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Butte, Montana. I am wondering if his wife was Emily Rogers. I found a headstone, which is broken into three pieces, that states Emily, wife of William (Rogers) who died June 15, 1894 at the age of 30. I'm pretty sure the last name is Rogers, and I did find a Mrs. Wm. (Emily) included on the cemetery list. I was trying to find where your William A. Rogers was buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery to see if they might be buried near one another, but I don't see a William with the middle initial A. or a William who died in 1897 on their list. Even if he isn't Emily's spouse, I think he should be added to the cemetery list that we have. Do you have an actual cemetery plot location for him? You noted that he is in an unmarked grave. There are others that died in the 1890s that aren't on the list and we add them as we find them--when they actually have a headstone that we can read. Can you provide me with any further information?
|Jan Wigley||Catherine Riley|
I have turned this memorial over to administrators for removal...Thanks
I have Abernathy, Allred, Alred and Smith in my
family search. Do you think we are relatives?
my name is Sue Bunn. I live in Gainesville, Ga.
But I was adopted when only 6 months old, by a
family named Pittman. I was born in Mt. Vernon,
Knox, OH. Was in Mt. Gilead, Morrow, OH until
I was 4. Then my adopted family and myself
moved to California and I married there and lived
there until I was abt. 58. My new email address
is: firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to email to
me, be my guest. I would be happy to hear from
Added by Sue on Nov 11, 2014 10:02 AM
|eleanor edmondson||Jesse S. Everett|
Jesse actually died at his ranch in Coryell Co. TX. He was buried in the Maple Cemetery in Coryell Co. TX not far from where he lived. However, the US Gov't. claimed "eminent domain" over a large section of Coryell Co. in 1942 in order to build Ft. Hood. It was the misfortunate luck that our families land was taken and that included the Maple Cemetery. Therefore, our ancestors were dug up and reburied in the Killeen City Cemetery in Killeen, Bell Co., TX.
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