|Janie Pace (#46959629)|
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Member of the following Organizations:|
DAR Mary Isham Keith Chapter - William Houston - Revolutionary War patriot; and Alexander Kent, Robert Kent, Reuben Taylor and John Carter and 13 more in process.
Past President, UDC Julia Jackson Chapter - Giles T. Holley, and father Calvin Holley, and AL brothers William H. Holley, David D. Holley, Giles Holley, Elon Holley, Albert Holley, Fielder Holley and 1 more in process; Hugh White, son Thomas A. White and Dallas White, all from GA; James Allen Temple, brother John Dixon Temple both TX; John B. Scott, Kinchen Worrell both TX.
Daughters of the Republic of TX Frances Cooke Van Zandt Chapter- Penina Hinshaw, and more.
National Society of the Daughters of Colonial Wars - David Houston, father of William.
National Society of the Daughters of American Colonists, The Honorable Philip Livingston Chapter - David Houston.
The General Edward H. Tarrant Chapter #234 of the National Society United States Daughters of Wars of 1812 - Hugh Houston, son of William.
Fort Worth Genealogical Society.
My husband's SAR ancestor is William Pace, military guard for George Washington for 7 years! His great great grandfather
Daniel McCray was shot on his porch in MO by Jayhawkers in 1862.
I love genealogy and have about 13 more DAR ancestors and many others ancestors to add. I am dedicated to commemorating family history. If we don't do that, who else will? Thank all of you for your time - new photos and memorials are most helpful!
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|Carolyn||RE: Thank you for the photo|
There was no marker for her in the plot, I took a photo of the entire plot and individual photos of all markers. When I checked the Burleson County record for the Masonic Cem. she is not listed on the list as being buried here. Though the person who oversees the cemetery has told me in the past that they may be buried there just no marker.
Added by Carolyn on Feb 27, 2015 9:27 PM
|Luteen Carroll||Minnie Ruth Kep|
Far the transfer, Thanks Luteen Carroll
|Luteen Carroll||Minnie Ruth Kemp|
Her memorial number is 23566965 my Find A Grave member # is 47375910 would appreciate do my cousins memorial. Thanks Luteen Carroll
|Luteen Carroll||Minnie Kemp|
Would appreciate being able to manage her memorial. Thanks Luteen
|Notha Stevens||David L. Lewis|
Could you please transfer David L. Lewis, memorial 23567059 to me? He is my great great grandfather.
|Notha Stevens||findagrave.com record|
What happened to the Lemuel Isac Tanner memorial that was in Cienega Cemetery, Otero, New Mexico? He had a memorial and now it is not there. He has a marked grave.
Can you help? Thank you
|D Wilkerson||Hugh White cemetery location|
Hugh White -- Find A Grave Memorial# 23569408 and spouse Evaline Long White -- Find A Grave Memorial# 68169856 -- are actually buried at the following cemetery------
Old Orange Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description:
From Canton go approx. 7 miles east on Hwy 20 toward Lathemtown. Just before reaching the intersection (fork) with Hwy 369, take a small paved road (Old Ballground Rd.) to the left which winds up around an old sawmill. After passing the sawmill, there is a road on the left which leads to a house. Just past this turn on the left is the graveyard (approx. 20 yds off the road).
This is not the same location as Orange Methodist Cemetery in Cherokee County, GA.
john j dunn married deliliah barrett mother of harlado sylvester dunn check it out
|Bo||RE: Please link|
Info requested completed 1-28-13. Bo.
Added by Bo on Jan 28, 2013 1:58 AM
|Laura J. Stewart||London Pace memorial # 21999218 ...|
You left a flower on his memorial asking if the Bybee cemetery was the same cemetery that Joseph and Martha Pace are buried in. The answer is, No, it is not. They are buried in the "Pace - Nunn - Dugantown Cemetery". Obscure cemetery located on Columbia Ave. (Edmonton Rd.) past the high school, turn left on Coral Hill Rd, (Hwy 740), then left again on Dean's Trace in a subdivision. Located at the back of the subdivision, near the fence. This is a quarter mile west of the Post Office at Lecta. There are about 40-50 graves marked with field stones. Please see his memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2452155&GRid=91411976& (You might want to delete the note so as not to confuse..)
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