|Helen Parker (#46946529)|
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Hi, I have been doing genealogy for over 35 years and have been a volunteer for Parker, Wise, Tarrant and Jack Counties of many years. I am working with the Springtown-Goshen Cemetery Association to make a registry of their cemetery. I am currently transcribing the Springtown and Goshen Cemeteries in Parker County with all photos from the cemetery. I also have photos from several other cemeteries in the Parker County area, Turner, Opal, and Central. I also have photos from Jack County and Wise.|
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|Lorraine Bretz||RE: Help|
I was at Azleland memorial park. If you need help else where around here I can do anywhere in the surrounding areas. I have Friday's and Saturdays off and am trying to keep my self busy and I love genealogy and getting thing documented for future use. I looked at the listings and either I read it wrong but it looked as if Azleland had none scanned in and up loaded so I spent two hours out there taking pictures but found you had most of the ones I took. I added any close up shots I had taken. To the ones you had long shots from and could not make out the dates that good. I saw that another person also had added some So not sure why the site did not show any uploaded. I love walking around old cemeteries I think it is so important that this information be saved for future inquires. This web site has helped me out so much.
Just wanted to know if you needed help with this cemetery or if you have finished it. I started it thinking no one had gotten any of this information, because of the other site link on this page looked as if 0% had been up loaded. I am starting this hobby and thought you might need some help.
|CZNBJL||Samuel C. Plemmons|
Thank you so much for the Plemmons family information!
Added by CZNBJL on Apr 29, 2015 11:28 AM
|FLDL & Connections||Transfer of Otto Layton in Nelson Cemetery|
Thanks for the prompt and unsolicited transfer and all your dedicated work on Find A Grave.
|Carie A.||Joseph Franklin Cockburn|
parents are listed as Jeremiah and Joannah Cockburn but I believe they are the grandparents and Jasper and Julia Cockburn are the parents.
Added by Carie A. on Apr 19, 2015 1:09 PM
|OkieBran||Hit the wrong button|
Thanks for mending my mistake.
Added by OkieBran on Apr 17, 2015 3:14 PM
|OkieBran||Ida Bales|Added by OkieBran on Apr 17, 2015 3:12 PM
|DHW||RE: Porter Cemetery, Parker County|
Will do....still digging through piles of paperwork that my Mom gave to me. Thanks much for all of your help on this!!!
Added by DHW on Apr 07, 2015 3:41 PM
|Sebastian||Harvey Lafayette "Pete" (Hutcheson) Hutchinson|
I apologize for accidentally duplicating one of your memorials. You show him as "Pete Hutchinson", which is on his stone, but working from family history records and his death certificate, I showed him as Harvey Lafayette Hutcheson, his birth name.
I saw on his death certificate that he was buried in Goshen, but got distracted and fell asleep before I had an opportunity to plant my memorial in the correct cemetery. While I slept, Windows did a reboot (drat), and when I woke up, I did not remember what I was working on. Even then, I would never have recognized Pete Hutchinson as Harvey Lafayette Hutcheson.
I will gladly delete my copy, but I will first present you with some biological information. Do with it as you wish.
Again, I apologize. I do not intentionally duplicate.
My thanks to Theresa for pulling this all together. Good job girl!
|Teresa Joyce||RE: Pete Hutchinson, Goshen Cemetery|
Thank you for all you have done, I really appreciate all of your work. It's a complicated situation for sure. It will all get figured out somehow :)
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