|Jimmy Davis (#47353454)|
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After retiring at the beginning of 2009, I began working on my family tree. The need for accurate internet information eventually brought me to Find A Grave. I am very grateful for the thousands of people who freely give their time and talent to continue this endeavor. I figured, "It's time for me to give back." So here I am.|
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You are very welcome, I'm happy it helped. I always welcome obits on my memorials. Its great you have enough info on your ancestors to write a book, thats a lot of research and time, Good luck!
|WichitaFalls||Eliza Anne Tucker Hughes Davis|
# 139316040 Im guessing she is a member of your family?? I found a old obit for her and added it to her memorial, it had lots of info in it that may help you in your research. Also, she is buried in the Cleburne Memorial cemetery, Cleburne, Tx. If you want me to remove the obit just let me know.
|Johna Johnson Armistead||RE: Stevens A Davis|
Hello! I knew that Eliza was married previously to a Mr. Hughs and had a daughter Margaret Hughs about 1865. She then married Steven A Davis in Walker Co, GA. I don't know much about this family and would like to correspond by email if you would like to.
|Li Ann Lee||Katherine Bell Pattonj|
Katherine's middle name was actually Isabel, per the family. I knew two of the daughters and was in touch with a grandson and daughter-in-law.
|Rick ||RE: Virginia Farris|
You are very welcome.
Added by Rick on May 04, 2014 6:17 PM
This site has your Bingham stones on it.
Added by TLT on Oct 08, 2013 12:35 AM
Thank you Jimmy for taking the time to photograph the Hamiltons tombstone for me. I appreciate the work you do.
|Anna Young||Joseph Morgan|
Thank you for trying to find this grave. With it being such a long time I can see why it might not be readable or even there. Thanks again!
|Sharon Bulice||Allie Pogue|
Thank you for taken time to fulfill my request. Thank you so much for volunteering your time to take pictures for Find a grave.
Thanks kindly for his photo, so sad about that Stephenson cemetery in such disarray would be nice to see someone do something about it, happy trails!
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