"My feelings are in each family there is one who seems called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve.
To me, doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but, instead, breathing life into all who have gone before." -Anonymous
Sarah Martha Palmer Jenkisnon Kathi Can you tell me why you granted Kelli to take over management of my Gr Grandmother Sarah Martha Palmer Jenkinson's memorial. I cannot find Kelli in my family geneology. My plan was is to contact Ancestry.com tomorrow about this situation. I have contacted the Palmer/Jenkinson/Coykendall family connections and they know nothing of Becky Stahl. Kathi if you have you insight into this I would really appreciate it. I don't want to create a problem. My only goal is to honor my ancestors. Thanks, Jeannete
Thank you so very much for that important obituary, it is a line that I have been trying to work on. I live in Jonesboro, AR. area and we make trip to Porum, OK. every month but do not find time for library in Stigler very often. My wife's late husband was connected to this Robertson family through a previous wife.
Alice Williams I am working on Alice Williams and her family. She is buried in Cleburne Memorial Cemetary. You say that her husband is J J Wiliams. Do you have any more information on him or on her parents families? thanks so much.
Frank E. Williams 20137091 This obit you sent me for the Frank Williams 20137091 died in 1948, and this obit was dated in Nov 20, 1969.
OBITUARY Services for Frank E. Williams, 78, of 416 Fannin, who was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon after he collapsed while walking near his home, will be announced by Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors.
Mr. Williams, a retired carpenter, was born in Arkansas and had lived in Amarillo since 1945. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church.
Survivors include a stepdaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Morton of 3711 E. 12th and two grandchildren, Ron. F. Williams of Lubbock and Miss Elaine Williams of 416 Fannin. --Amarillo Daily News, Thursday, Nov 20, 1969, p 12