|Brenda J. Rogers (#47180799)|
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My family doesn't understand my obsession for recording headstones, uncover Markers and link lost family members. I have dug my way in the bushes and scraped many headstone for others. I love doing research on my family tree. Everyone should have their name etched in history. I hope to help provide this information. Currently working on my Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) and plan on working on (DAR) Daughters of the American Revolution.|
research :Abernathy, Allred, Blanton,Buchanan, Clepper, Garner, Gilbert, Herrington, Lackey, Mason, Neeley, Pace, Pierot, Powell, Sledge, Smith
Transfers will be considered for direct relatives if within the usual 4 generations (parents, grandparents, GG)Not uncles, aunts,cousins according to Find-A-Grave guidelines. Your request should be made from the page you wish to have transferred using the Suggest A Correction (SAC) form, which includes ID# of the page and your FAG ID#. Be sure to include your relationship. Other requests WILL be ignored.FAG guide lines on adding obits:you may put a note stating the name of the newspaper and the date the obituary was published.
Be kind to this web site for its mission to find a grave--tombstones not a family album unless you are willing to sponsor this memorial.
I have chosen Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery to be my goal to photograph the entire cemetery.
Any and all pictures can be used without any further contact, I took them for your use. Thank you for allowing me to help and enjoy your search as much as I do.
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|lme||RE: Kenneth H Jehn|
Thank you Brenda, one last thing for Kenneth Jehn. Is the plot address (Sec M) a large area? How did you know the grave is in that section? From a map? I wonder if I could find the grave without help, if I had a map of the cemetery.
Added by lme on May 12, 2016 4:02 AM
|Dennis Alan Deel||John Leroy Burklund|
Brenda, thank you for the memorial for my wife's uncle, John Leroy "Lee" Burklund. Lee's sisters wanted me to ask if you would please delete the small black and white photo of Lee. They just wanted the color photo of their brother.
Again thank you and God Bless!
|Smalltowngal & Buglay||Wrong Photos on Memorial|
Brenda you have accidently put the wrong photos on this memorial # 70378250 Beatrice E. Burns
Just thought that I would try and let you know so that you may correct the issue.
Thank you and have a blessed day.
|Noel Roth Adair||John Leslie Jackson|
Brenda Rogers or you related to John Leslie Jackson from Caldwell Co. Texas? Was his Fathers name John W Jackson & his mother Minnie l Jackson? If so this is my Uncle Leslie my Mother sadie l Jackson Adair brother.
Thank You Noel R Adair
|Joe Eckols||Bettie J. Vaselakos|
FYI...obituary info for Mrs. Vaselakos can be found at the Cook-Walden-Davis (Georgetown, Tx) website.
Wife of Peter, memorial 141894570.
Bettie Jean Vaselakos
February 12, 1947 - April 10, 2016
Best wishes, joe
|Michael Wright||Huldah Coonrod Lee Chancellor|
Researching Huldah Coonrod Lee Chancellor.
We show her coming from Greene County Il with husband Charles Lee and in Fannin County Federal census of 1850. She does not show in the 1860 census but Charles and son Joshua Lee do along with Charles' new wife Elizabeth Eason Lee.
How do we link your Huldah Lee who married Ewing Chancellor with our Huldah? Divorce? Or?
Thanks for any help.
Thank you for the Roberts family headstone photo's,
very much appreciated.
Thank you for the transfer of my brother Mark Kuehner's memorial! It is much appreciated.
|Rita Holmes||Philip Summers Memoriall# 100753654|
I believe you have the wrong birth place for Phillip
He was born in Augusta, Virginia and not PA.
as stated on his memorial. His birth date of 1776
places him with the ages of his other siblings who
were all born in Virginia. His parents came from
PA. to Virginia in 1766 with only one son being
born in PA. in 1765. Phillip was married to Susannah
Siron in Augusta 24 MAR 1798. Philip was the s/o
Joannes(John)Summers and Elisabeth Reidenaur.
Susannah Siron was born abt. 1780.
d/o Nathaniel Siron and Barbara Ann Zeigler.
Find A Grave Memorial# 100753654
|Bob Nance||2 William H. Garners|
The William Henry Garner buried in Dawson Cemetery in Navarro County was the son of Henry Clay Garner (1843--1902) and Sarah Jane Fullerton (1849--1927). William's wife was Callie D. Matthews Garner. All are buried in Dawson Cemetery.
The William Henry Garner buried in Rocky Springs Cemetery in Cherokee County was the son of Elijah Josiah Garner (1844--1893) and Margaret Shed Jones (1851--1927). William wife was Effie Elizabeth Davis Garner. All are buried in Rocky Springs Cemetery.
I have death certificates for both Williams.
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