My wonderful mother saved every letter, photo, document, note, etc since she was a young girl. She is the reason I became interested in our family history. Our cemetry research and head stone photos are a great tool in adding informtion to a family history. I am very proud to be a part of Find A Grave.
Hi Cousin Sandra I would very much like to talk to you about our folks. Could you email me at email@example.com so that we can get together or talk on the phone? I live in Fairland. Looking forward to hearing from you. Dianna (Stanley's youngest)
Barnes/Miller You have the Barnes from the Lee cemetery. I'm looking for a James Miller, he was married to Dora Barnes they were in Sulpur Springs Ark. He died about 1907 I think. Do you have any information on him? Thanks
Francis Patric Berry I am so pleased that you added a military stone for him. I would be interested in how you tie into him, from what line? My husband Jack Berry comes from Joseph Daniel, (F P's son)We have been to that cemetery and donate funds to keep it up. I was the one who contacted Doc Flood to mow and put up a sign YEARS ago. Isn't it great fun, family history and grave finding? Sherrill
You and Your Mother What a wonderful photo of the two of you. I am Stanley's youngest daughter. I don't remember a whole lot about the older George kids but I do remember a lot about Cecil, Everett, and Riley. I remember going to Herman and Ethel's quite a bit and the many tidbits of gifts that Joanne would give us young girls. She was a wonderful human being for sure.
I miss my Dad so much. And it is so good to see your memorials for Estie and Bessie. I don't see one for Fannie. Is there one?