|William Green (#46780427)|
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Remember when this was a fun, positive experience? I do. Sunken graves and rattle- snakes!!! Those were the days. |
You are welcome to use my photographs; however, I cannot claim copyright for most of the family photos. Only the original photographer can claim rights.
Now that FindAGrave has "shared" its data with Ancestry you may find my images already posted there. All I ask is to check first. Copying here and pasting there will duplicate the images.
20 Feb 2016
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|AmyTX||Green family photos|
Just letting you know that I added some photos that I had scanned from my grandmother's collection for James, Charles, and Curtis Green. Since you maintain these memorials, I wanted to give you notice so that you can re-arrange the photos in the order that you see fit for each memorial. :)
Added by AmyTX on Aug 05, 2016 4:00 PM
|Joel Hart||RE: Jewell Groff|
I came across Jewell some time back while researching a similar name in our tree, but turns out she is not one of our kin, but I hate finding information no one else has and discarding it. To answer your question, no I don't need the transfer but do need the obit added so it it there 10 years from now when some grandchildren are searching for her.
Thanks for your great work and dedication.
|Kathie Jacobs||Adelbert Thorne|
My GGrandmother, Alice Thorne McInernay, was Adelbert Thorne's second sister. A year or two ago I went to Fiddletown Cemetery looking for Adelbert's gravesite and could not find his marker anywhere.
A few months ago, a photo of a new headstone appeared on Ancestry. Do you know WHO had it erected, WHEN, and how they figured out WHERE it should be placed? I understand that Adelbert's previous marker was wooden and probably burned when the cemetery was cleaned up.
Thanks for any information.
Epidendio Jacobs Family Tree
|Russ Hamm||RE: Taylor Ham|
I should offer an apology to you - my relative having murdered your relative! But looking over your family tree in Ancestry, it appears you are related to both Welch and Taylor Ham?
I am making a trip to Texas at the end of October, kind of a Texas cemetery tour. I will be looking for graves of Hams, Wares and Jacksons, including visiting the Dew Cemetery.
|Russ Hamm||RE: Taylor Ham|
Yes, indeed. I have read the contemporary reporting on the tale they call "The Dead Woman's Crossing". This occurred while Taylor was in prison for the William H. Welch killing. Hard times for all. I hope the children made it thru OK. Taylor Ham was my great-uncle.
|Charles Smith||RE: Mary Ozella Compton Bray|
Ozella's maiden name was unknown to me until you sent the E Mail. She was married to an Unknown Vaughn before she married Alva and had at least one son by the name of James E. Vaughn.
I gave up looking for her a couple of years ago. I knew she was buried south of Dallas but I did not look that far south. I thank you very much for finding her.
|Colleen Oliver||Thank you|
I just wanted to thank you for all your diligent work to make it easier to fill in the blanks our extended family members. You have helped me so much over the years.
|Abby Streight Birdwell||Julia Berg|
Happy to make edits. Please note I did not make original memorial, but am now maintaining. If you have additional links to the children, let me know; and any other edits. Thanks. ab
|Lyn St.Peters||RE: Photos|
You can use my photos.
|Nancy Sellers||Solomon Moore|
Thanks for the transfer. Wish you had been a descendant with a photo though. :) Always worth a shot!
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