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Sarah Clark Stevens (#47007170)
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RE: Claude Kingsley grave
You're welcome, I'm sorry there wasn't a good way to take a photo!
Added by JMC on Oct 13, 2015 10:40 PM
Claude Kingsley grave
Hi, I went to Hillcrest Cemetery to look for Claude Kingsley's gravestone yesterday. According to cemetery records, he was a pauper buried in section AA (the oldest section in the cemetery), row 7, grave 7. I went with the employee who was helping me to the grave site; it was unmarked, the map was unclear on precisely where it was, and it was surrounded by empty spaces and other unmarked graves. Therefore, I was unable to take a photo. I apologize for the lack of success, but I hope this information helps.
Added by JMC on Oct 10, 2015 9:15 PM
CJ Carrell
RE: John Francis and Florence Johnson Culpepper
I'm still working on the baby Culpepper. There is a marker beside the other one but it is so darker that I can't read it. I'm going back to trace it or even try to clean it some.
Added by CJ Carrell on Oct 06, 2015 9:00 AM
Cheryl Selman Gill
RE: Norma Sanders
Your welcome. I'm glad I was able to locate them for you. I did notice that once I got home....Chesley, Lela, Mattie and W.W. Sanders do not have a tombstone photo. Next time I am in the area, I will stop by the McDade Cemetery again and try to locate those for you too.
Added by Cheryl Selman Gill on Jul 04, 2015 5:08 PM
Michael L. Carney
RE: Anna Margaret Karney Anthony
You bet! I enjoyed the hunt for the tombstones. You probably know this already but both father and son and respective spouses are buried there (Alvis Sr and Alvis Jr)
Added by Michael L. Carney on Jun 08, 2015 7:03 PM
Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: Green and Effie Wolfe
Good morning and you are so welcome. It was my pleasure. I had to do a little digging because there were several small trees growing around the headstone. Roots were also around Effie and it was difficult to get a great picture but I was able to get it so that the information on her was legible. Anyway, I was glad to do it.
Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Apr 13, 2015 9:51 AM
Kaye Findley
RE: John Gardner
It is no problem at all, I thank you for doing what you do. There are very few records on John except on census when he lived with Edward, so it's an easy assumption. Thank you again!
Added by Kaye Findley on Feb 25, 2015 10:43 PM
Kaye Findley
John Gardner
Hi Sarah, Just wanted you to know that John Gardner is not the Father of Ed Gardner, he is his brother. They are two years apart, John being the oldest. There is not a lot of info on John, he never married and immigrated to the US from Ireland in 1859. Ed is my Great Grandfather. Oh and John was born about 1828. It is mostly documented in my tree, James T Gardner of Hopkins County, Texas. Thanks.
Added by Kaye Findley on Feb 24, 2015 2:42 AM
Era Lee Davis Harris
sorry...Oct 3, 1893

Added by GP-B on Jan 22, 2015 2:13 AM
Era Lee Davis Harris
I believe she was born in 1893, per her Death Certificate.
Added by GP-B on Jan 22, 2015 2:12 AM
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