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Karen Hix (#46956784)
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I am researching surnames of: DeBault, Holster, Sanders, Yentzen, Stewart, Lewellen, Lovelace, Morgan.

If you find errors or duplicate/multiple entries, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you have additional information you would like added to one the entries, I'll be most happy to add the information for you, or if the memorial is of one of your family members, I would be pleased to transfer it to your FindAGrave membership ID.
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Danny Pickett
Columbus Lewellen
Why no headstone????
I walked the entire cemetery one day....
Danny
Added by Danny Pickett on Apr 21, 2014 8:32 PM
Carolyn Brinkmeyer
William Harvey Shows 36576850
Please link to mother: Florence Adell Bowen Shows 110409799

THANKS!
Added by Carolyn Brinkmeyer on Nov 04, 2013 4:45 PM
Cecil Vaden Jr.
Picture request @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston
I see you added a picture request for Fred Westerfield & Victor Koehler @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston. If you would call the cemetery at 713-928-5141 and get a "SECTION" and "LOT" I will try to get the picture you want. This is a very large (225+) acre cemetery and without a location would be very hard to find.

Thank you,
Cecil Vaden Jr
Find A Grave # 46998439
Added by Cecil Vaden Jr. on Feb 05, 2013 3:26 PM
Kay Alpaugh
kaufmann
i am going to post your photo request the person is not on the stone go to www.greenwoodnola.com then genealogy and put in his name then under burials it will tell you who is buried along with your loved on. this will connect the dots and explain the what and why.
Added by Kay Alpaugh on Sep 01, 2012 5:35 PM
Linnie Risk
Lewellen Research
Hi Karen, I've just recently started working on a Lewellen Family Tree w/a cousin. James Lewellen, Memorial #37508800 is in our tree! If you would like info concerning this particular branch please e-mail me at: drattie2@hotmail.com

Thank you for posting the AMAZING photo!
Linnie Risk
Added by Linnie Risk on May 20, 2012 12:55 PM
Carolyn Haynes
Willie Osborn
My husband and I walked the entire Bold Springs Cemetery today and did not find this grave.
Added by Carolyn Haynes on Mar 30, 2012 2:30 PM
KBounds
RE: Dwight Stewart
Hi, no problem. It was an interesting account in the book. As far as whether he was shot by a policeman. That was never mentioned. The death certificate does state that he was shot during a mob riot. But with over 13,000 people in the streets (the event was actually organized by the local Klan to begin with), word got around to the Sheriff beforehand and he and his men went out to meet them in the streets that night. After the mob had hurled bottles and bricks at the deputies and several attempts to rush through the lines to get to the jail, and fire hoses were turned on the crowd, the initial gunfire actually started coming from the mob to begin with from a nearby building, ( Sheriff Marshall being the target at first).

Excerpt from the book is as follows.

"A staccato of gunfire erupted from a nearby building. Marshall's hat flew from his head as a trickle of blood appeared above his left eye. He wiped the blood from his eye and drew his pistol. Marshall turned to Will (Fritz) and pointed his pistol toward the second floor where the gunfire was coming from. Fritz fired a short burst of machine gun fire at the building, over the heads of the crowd. Sheriff Marshall motioned for a megaphone.
"Cease fire, hold your fire." Sheriff Marshall bellowed through the megaphone, "We are bringing more machine guns and grenades into place. If anyone makes a hostile move, the deputies are instructed to shoot to kill--I mean business; now, take care of your wounded and go on home."

In all that confusion, it's no telling who was shot by who.
Added by KBounds on Feb 10, 2012 9:06 PM
Bob Kenney
RE: Deborah Williams Warren
Hi Karen ~

If you mean Mrs. Deborah Warren, interred at the Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain, (Boston) MA, I can blow it up enough to clearly read "died 1749 at (I think) 82." I would say I'm about 95% sure of the 82.

I hope this helps. If not or if you have other questions, don't hesitate to contact me again.

Bob Kenney
Added by Bob Kenney on Feb 01, 2012 10:41 PM
Ronald Bicknese
RE: Sarah Sally Blevins Burke
Hi Karen,

Sarah Burke 0000-1914

The only engraving on that stone other than the name is her death date, no birth date.

At the bottom of that stone is a hand engraved message XXXX Heaven, which was cut into the stone by someone other than the stone mason, that part is hard to read, I'm guessing at what it reads as I can only make out XXXX XeaXen, so I would say that is heaven.

Her name is spelled Sarah Burk.

Hope that is of help to you!
Have a very happy holiday!
Added by Ronald Bicknese on Dec 10, 2011 9:56 PM
Louise
William Francis Cook
Karen, If you would like to create a memorial page for William Francis Cook, I will upload the photo marker. Thanks. Louise
Added by Louise on May 21, 2011 3:42 PM
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