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Born in Pampa, TX. Raised in Midland, TX. Graduated Midland High, then left for college and points beyond. Now retired and enjoy fulfilling F.A.G. photo requests. My F.A.G. work is done primarily in the North Texas area. Of course, when we travel, I can't resist going to other cemeteries!|
NOTE TO F.A.G. VOLUNTEERS........,
PLEASE use the surname the person died with, regardless of multiple marriages. When you include multiple last names in the last name field, it makes a search for pre-existng memorials almost impossible!!
If I have added photos to your memorials that you would like removed, please let me know and I will remove them as soon as I read your request.
I do NOT link to "unknown burial" memorials. This site is called Find a "Grave" for a reason.
A sincere THANK YOU to all who take
the time to leave a note on my only
child's memorial. ---> (Robert Kelly Wynn)
“Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living.”
*** Profile last updated Oct. 16, 2016. ***
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|Grave_Walker||RE: K.Sampson, #142228311|
Thanks but I no longer manage that memorial.
|charles klingel||Jameson William Henry|
Thanks for the info. I have deleted my posting was there a stone for them I could not find a Obit for her.
I would like to pick up your photo request but Sparkman Hillcrest (SH) does not like to provide burial locations to volunteers, citing privacy issues. There are four mausoleums at SH with the largest taking 2 hours to walk if you are looking at every entombment. Your cooperation is needed in order for requests to be filled. The volunteers will need you to call SH and request the location. Their phone number is 214-363-5401. Once you have the location, please add it to your request. Thanks.
|Linda||RE: Gabriel D. Macias, #6401871|
Thanks for your additions and corrections to the memorials that i've sent you! No problem about the delay! :)
Added by Linda on Oct 06, 2016 1:36 PM
|Laurie WILHITE McDonald||RE: Marguerite Gregory memorial request|
I'm not sure I understand your statements. Maybe I confused things when I said "my Sarah Tull". I definitely did not mean she was my adopted daughter.
Marguerite Gregory is not a blood ancestor of mine. She actually was born in Illinois (most of my ancestors landed in Van Zandt County in the early 1800's and pretty much stayed there until the my dad's generation). The family lore is that Marguerite arrived on one of the "orphan trains" that came through our county. She was adopted by Sarah and her husband. Tull was Sarah's maiden name.
I apologize, I assumed (erroneously), since there was no information really on Marguerite Gregory's memorial page that the person maintaining it was not related and thought I would offer.
Thank you for your work on Find A Grave. It's a really great community, with some really great volunteers.
|Cinnamon Girl||RE: ROBIN SYLER|
So sorry - apparently I misspelled the song by Free. Should
be "All Right Now". Oops, big mistake! I read this song was
played at Robin's funeral per his request, so I wanted to get
the spelling correct.
|Cinnamon Girl||RE: ROBIN SYLER|
You are very welcome! It is an honor to sponsor Robin's
memorial. I saw him perform many times in Doyle's band
and was so saddened to learn of his passing. Shocked,
really. He was such a nice and kind man and a terrific
guitarist. Just a few days ago, I found where he was buried
and visited him. Today I left a token of remembrance and
wanted to sponsor him. I feel so blessed that I could do
that for him. Such a wonderful man! I'm glad you added so
much more about him so people will know him better. He is
so deserving of recognition. FYI - one of my favorite songs
is "It's Alright Now" by Free. Now, when I listen to that song,
I want to cry!
Have a blessed night! ~ Jean Ann
(I have also sponsored Doyle and Stevie's mother, so feel
free to visit them anytime.)
|OleTinner||Find A Grave Memorial# 108523605|
Thank you for the edits to Jeff's Memorial! Thank you for creating it. It means so much to me that my kinfolk are memorialized. I'm truly appreciative that members like you take the time to take photos and create memorials and edit them. Thank you for your hard work and many contributions. Sincerely, YeOleTinner.
|Wizkid||RE: E. Ricketson, #157356239|
Her married name was Barbara Ricketson Wisdom. She was cremated. Thanks for doing the updates.
Added by Wizkid on Sep 20, 2016 9:11 PM
|Ronald Finch||Children of Bill.E. Wright|
The Bill E. Wright buried in Garland that was married to Zelda Middleton had a son named Jack Dennis Wright in Lamar Co., in 1957.
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