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It has been a joy to work on Find-A-Grave during the last 8 years. I have tried to mainly enter memorials that I have photographed, because I feel that photo's don't lie. In our area there have been quite a few entries to Find-A-Grave using old handwritten surveys. I appericate the effort that was taken to get these surveys & the effort to enter them on Find-A-Grave, but the people that entered them made many mistakes and have caused families, looking for their loved ones, to not be able to find them. I hope that my photographs have cleared up some of the mess. If you need corrections please use the edit on the memorial. I will transfer, to releatives within the guidelines of Find-A-Grave. I do not link to unknown burials (please read Find A Graves rules for unknown burials) Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days. |
My main family work is Meador, DeCocq, Sellers, Sanders, Graham, Turner, Lee, Johnson, Devin, & Stephens
God Bless Everyone that has helped me!!!
For some that don't get the hint. I am a Meador, My mother is a Sellers, My Grandmothers were Sanders & Graham. My G-Grandmothers were Lee, Turner, Stephens & Lucas. My wife is a DeCocq & her grandmothers are Bucklin, Johnson & Hastings
PLEASE DO NOT USE MY PHOTOGRAPHS on any site that you have to pay to get into the site. I took the photographs for the entire world to use for free!
I spent my time photographing, editing & entering them for their family so they might see what they look like now. I did not take them for someone that does not care about them one bit except to make a profit! Richard Glenn Meador
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|Jane J. Hinkle||Gilbert Walker|
The new stone was there today. I added it to his page and deleted the other one.
|sharron||Martha Jane Melton|
I thought you would like a date for her picture posted on her memorial. It was taken at the home of her daughter. It was 1920. I have another with her, her daughter Mayme and grandson John Nordyke Jr. (he was my father}
Thanks for your hard work
Added by sharron on Jul 26, 2016 3:52 PM
|Texasnmyheart||Charles H. Juett|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Charlie's grave marker. The photo is so crisp and adds so much to his memorial. Again, thank you.
|Barbara Nichols||RE: Re Ella & William Featherstone|
Thank you very much for the information. I will keep looking also.
Thank you for the work you do on find a grave,
thank you for taking the picture so quickly.
Added by david on Jul 23, 2016 2:16 AM
|Jane J. Hinkle||Gil Walker|
The new stone is not in yet so I went ahead and took a pic of the temporary marker. I'll keep my eye on it for when it comes in and get a picture.
|Julie Doellingen||Gillam Photo|
Thank you! I think that's the fastest I've ever had a photo request fulfilled! Just curious... I have other "Gillam" photo requests out there - do you have any others?
|gina stringfellow||RE: Clyde D Stringfellow|
thank you so much i know very little of my grandfather .. want to find ways to find more he was in service all his life . and i m going to find how to find out about that part of his life . the only thing i know is he at end of his life used to supply Kmart with plants i only meant him once in my life when i was 3 years old thank you so much so so long to say anything i just learned i can do this
Hi Richard, Thanks for the answer. Yes, I saw those graves in Mississippi that you have posted with pics of the graves. Maybe someday we will find out if those are our missing Hugh and Elizabeth. I have scoured the cemeteries in the Temple area and have found all my direct Meador ancestors that are there to be found, I believe. I wanted to pass along something that I discovered awhile back in case you did not know. A Meador researcher named Katherine Reynolds died in the Houston area and left all her research documents to the Clayton Library in Houston. There are multiple volumes of her charts and copies of letters both to and from her. In those pre-internet days, she had only deeds and census' and vital records to work with. You would truly enjoy reading her Meador Family Documents. Most of her work leads directly to you and me.
|Laura Grover||Meador Family|
I am Laura Grover and I am a Meador researcher as well. Mary Jane Graves Meador was my third great grandmother. I am writing you because I am wondering if you have a hint as to where her mother, Elizabeth Hendricks Meador may be buried? Do you know if she came to Texas with the rest of the group? I would appreciate any information you may have.
Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave!
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