|M. L. (#46601479)|
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|If you are one of those folks who disables your messages and has no email address listed, in other words, NO WAY TO CONTACT, I will in all likelihood ignore your message to me. Nothing personal, but sometimes I need to confirm things.|
(Note: I don't have Internet access where I am now and I don't often get to a place where I can use it. I appreciate all the messages and Littlejohn 'finds'. Please be VERY patient if you need a response. And be understanding that I can no longer reply to each message. Thanks so much and have a fun day!)
I kinda enjoy a-trompin' 'round the graveyards, sometimes. Ya know? I like the peace and quiet.
Most of my entries are not related. If I have made an entry that you don't want to see deleted, and is of no interest to me, now would be a good time for you to take it. Just say so.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Don't crop all the background out of your photos so that only the gravestone is left! Surely you don't remove everything but the face when you take a photo of a family member. Leave something to look at.
If you have a better photo to replace one of mine, lemme know. If I agree I'll delete mine.
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|Victrianna||RE: Wrong photo|
Deleted the photo. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thanks for the heads up.
|Dianne ||Charlton Reed|
Thank you very much.
Added by Dianne on Aug 12, 2016 10:49 AM
|Dianne ||Emma Agnes Wright Reed|
Thank you so much!
Added by Dianne on Aug 12, 2016 10:47 AM
|Gary McClellan||Lt. Clyde Tims Morrison|
Killed in France during WWI. Buried Buena Vista Cemetery, Shelby County TX. He was the youngest of 12 children born to my paternal great-grandparents, Eli Bentley Morrison & Kate (Tims) Morrison. I corrected the year of his death, which was originally listed on this site as being 1915. Clyde was wounded on Oct 8, 1918, and died five days later, October 13, the result of gangrene poisoning after being shot in the legs by machine gun fire.
|Victrianna||RE: Wrong photo|
There must be a mix up, because I have no Tobe, Littlejohn, Burton, or Rapp in my names that are under my management. I don't know what's going on. Please recheck it all, because I can't find them. Thanks.
Still looking for William and Susan, James & Sarah Carpenter.. Going to meet Barbara later this month and take a look at the cemetery where James' memorial has been entered. Do you want me to transfer Fannie Esther Fulton and her Scott husband to you?
|Debra Usry||Rich Hill Cemetery, Lamar Co., Texas|
In regards to your photo requests for the Littlejohn family and others buried at Rich Hill B Cemetery, in Lamar Co., Texas.:
"Rich Hill Cemetery is located in the northwest quadrant of the county and is believed to be a Black cemetery. It is in Block 16 of the Lamar County Road Map produced by American Drafting and Services revised December 1993. It is located on the south edge of Pat Mayse Lake property and can only be reached by water. There are only four wooden stakes inside a barbed wire fence. Reportedly the community of Rich Hill was located near here before Pat Mayse lake was filled. All burials were supposed to have been moved to Fairland/Littlejohn Cemetery before the lake was built, but others have reported that this was not done. This cemetery was visited in March 1992, by Butch Mills.
GPS coordinates are 33° 49' 21.3780" N, -95° 34' 7.2264" W. (Latitude 33.822605 and Longitude -95.568674)
Oldest known burial is that of Carrie Hunter Littlejohn who was married to Bethel Littlejohn. Using other records to compile the information, there were a total of twenty-four known burials here:". Source: gen.1starnet.com. In Cemetery Records.
Debra Usry, Librarian
Lamar Co., Genealogical Society Library
1135 Bonham St., Texas 75460
|cheryl bishop||Barbara Littlejohn, Aberdeen Scotland|
hello, my great grandmother was Annie Littlejohn Robertson. I am also related to Barbara Littlejohn, Aberdeen. My great grandfather was married to Annie, Fredrick O Robertson. There are still a few relatives, living in New England. Do you have any more info on the Littlejohn or Robertson families?
|gisele kurtz mitchell||Cleveland - OKC|
Hi, I just took care of the photo req. I sent you some info. that I just realized I overlooked something. I said the office had no record of Clarence, but I overlooked in my notes that he showed a John L. (who is listed) and a John...there is no marker for John. Maybe he is CLARENCE. I will get the death date for him. Is that scenario likely? let me know if you need anything else. G
|gisele kurtz mitchell||Littlejohn-Fairlawn Cemetery OKC|
Hi, I have your photo requests...as far as Littlejohn. The caretaker only shows one. Dec. 30, 1914, Male J.W., buried in the colored Paupers section. I will try to upload your photos in the next couple of days. G
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