|Sean Greene||RE: THank you!|
Your very welcome, im glad i could help you!
I miss him so much.And by the way this is sky!! I wish that he could just come back. One day we will see him in heaven and i cant wait till that day comes. I miss him so muhc
|shelia clayton||RE: Sessums|
I appreciate you responding to my post.
I have already spoken to Roy. He said he did not know where his mother is buried but if I find out let him know.
If Effie is not buried in Memorial Cemetery then maybe she is buried in Bishop Cemetery where her parents Jeremiah and Ethel are buried.
I will go back to Bishop and check there.
I noticed you added some of my Sessums on find a grave. I have been looking for a family member Effie Goad Sessums wife of Everett Sessums. I was just wandering if maybe she is also located in the Monette Memorial Cemetery? Everett (burial McGrew Cemetery, Dunklin County, Missouri) was the son of William Edward Sessums and Tena Adkins who you added.
|Sky Sessums||Warren Keith Wright|
Warren will be missed by all he would be surprised for seeing what you grandma and papa as done to his house and what y'all have found and seeing her cook in his pans ans stuff if he was alive right now. He was a very nice gentlemen and I can not belive what Mr.Wright has left Papa and grandma that was a big surprise!!He will be missed alot
Hello, I am new to Find A Grave and would like to thank you for the memorials for my family members at the Lulu Cemetery outside Senath.
Willis H and Lucille Burgess were my parents.
Dennis Wayne and Anita June were my siblings.
They both died too young. Little Anita June died in my father's arms during a diphtheria epidemic and he was killed in a car accident
Added by bnorth on Jul 18, 2010 8:18 PM
In case I didn't thank you, I thank you again. Those were hard photos to take trying to get the writing legible. I appreciate your efforts.
Added by Grandma on May 02, 2009 6:50 AM
|Kay Newman||RE: Richard W Champ|
Thanks again! I did see her picture. I appreciate it very much. Blessings!!!
|Kay Newman||Richard W Champ|
Thank you ever so much for taking the time to make a picture of Richard W Champ's headstone and post it for me. I appreciate this kindness more you know. Thanks again, and have a great day! Blessings. Kay Newman
|DHistorian||RE: Lomax photos|
That would be wonderful. Any Lomaxes in that cemetery are related and any pictures would be appreciated. I am sure there are Lomaxes there and I don't know because I don't know where they are buried.
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