|Luayne Pierce (#47258104)|
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|Our Heritage Class has taken pictures of Garden of Memories Cemetery, El Campo, Texas...I am in process of adding them. We have finished 2, 3, and 4 sections. Working on 1 now. Please be patient with us...slow posting but want to get info correct. |
If you have requested a photo, I will try to get them done in the fall...just too hot now to get out now and take them!
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|Bob Law||RE: Carson Family|
Luayne: Your e-mail was very confusing. I looked for the grapevine cemetery in findagrave in Washington County and there was none there. From my family connection with the Carson family Mary Ann Helm Oct. 23, 1743 in Middlesex County N.J. and died Feb. 18, 1837 in Henry County Tennessee and is buried there I took the picture of her tombstone. You said she carried her tombstone with her from Virginia, that seems a little strange to me. The birth date for Mary comes from the old Helm Family Bible since she was the daughter of Moses Helm. Her only connection with the Woods family comes through her daughter Margaret Carson Helm who married William Miller Lee and their daughter Mary Polly Lee married Andrew Woods Jan 15, 1819 in Dallas County Alabama. I don't think this is the same family you are working on.
Added by Bob Law on Dec 21, 2015 7:47 AM
|Joel Mann||RE: Lucille Henderson|
I'm a very distant cousin, so you are likely closer related. I am not the person responsible for the other page, however, I have proposed all the edits that should be made to the other page. You should request the other person take down their page, or transfer it to you since the page was created way before the one you created.
|Bob Law||Carson Family|
Luayne: According to my Moses Helm book Moses Helm Carson and both of his wives are aburied in the Second Concord Church Cemetery in Appomattox County VA.
Added by Bob Law on Sep 10, 2014 7:01 AM
|Lyle Fulton||Photo Transfer|
This request is almost like my first one to you. Your headstone photo of the B.N. Alsbrook grave is also on a duplicate memorial. It's a very good photo and I would very much like to transfer it to the earlier original memorial if I have your permission to do so. I would, of course, give you credit for the photo. Thanks again for your consideration.
|Lyle Fulton||Permission to Use Photo|
Your headstone photo of the Linda Kay Alsbrook grave was placed on a duplicate memorial. May I have your permission to transfer a copy of this photo to the original memorial? Thanking you in advance.
|Dawna Westbrook||RE: Lucy Helen Drake Stollenwreck|
This isn't my family nor is it someone I've been researching. I was looking through the cemetery for women named Lucy/Lucille and noticed your duplicate.
Both of Lucy's memorials contain the same information and photo. So no reason for you to leave a duplicate memorial up. Just create her husband's memorial and link it to Memorial# 52964284.
|Tess Beshara||RE: Madison Carroll Turnbough|
I just finished trying to send you a long note and it got kicked back. Yes, Marianne is wonderful and has been a great teacher and friend to me. She has encouraged me and has been most patient. I started out and was going to sponsor James Homer and then before I knew it I had added grand parents and such. My hope is that other photos can be added that show the person. There is one I have that either you or Donna sent and I would like to have it posted so that family members may see what there relative looked like. James HOMER, Bertha, Anna, Emma, and Thomas Claude and Samuel LEE are in that picture. It is not in very good condition and I do not know who the other people are but it sure was nice seeing Homer, Bertha, and Anna. I think I sponsored her page too. I would like to see the younger picture of Anna and the one from her 100th put on the page. What a story that lady told!
|Debbie and Eddie||Thank you!|
Thank you for the transfer of our great-grandmother Helen Gangl. It made my day that it happened so promptly.
|Macy Myrick ||Luayne Pierce|
Thank you for the information.
Kindest regards, Macy Myrick
|Floyd Lanny Martin||RE: Myrtle Annie Woods McClellen|
Picture was already on memorial
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