John T. Lemmon I noticed that you put a photo of John T. Lemmon (Sr) on his memorial, so I wonder if you are related to this family? If so, I have questions if you will share with me.I'm related through the Cole side.
T.M. Dixon In all your postings of the Dixon's in Motley Co., have you not come across a T.M. Dixon or his son Marvin? His full name is Theodore M. Dixon, my 1st cousin, 3x times removed. I've been able to piece together that he was married 3 times, the first two times being a widower. You created the memorials for his three wives (Lee Ella, Eula Jane, and Cordelia Gatewood). His first son Marvin is buried in East Mound Cemetery (per DC) but not on findagrave. T.M. Dixon's DC only states he was buried in Motley county, with no cemetery listed. Just wanted to run this by you in case you had any additional info on Theodore M. or his son.
Find-A-Grave Memorial #15552597 A correction is needed on this memorial. William Edward Strickland was the son of Stephen Downs Strickland and Mary Charlotte Dunham. I had previously thought he was the son of Landon Strickland, but more research and family corroboration proved otherwise.
I have also recently located with proof Mary Charlotte's parents and her grandfather James Douglass (but not her grandmother). Don't know if this a family in your line, but if you'd like more information I'd be happy to share it.
Obituary entry Thank you for posting the obituary for Sharon (Sperry) Wickliffe on her memorial; however, you have it posted as a "gravestone." When entering a photo, one must choose the "type of photo", and you have these choices: Grave, person, family, or other. An obituary is not a grave, person, or family photo so it should be entered as "other" instead. The icon which will be shown then will not be a gravestone making it appear that you have photographed the tombstone located at this grave. Could you please make this correction so that others will not be misled thinking there is a gravestone photo posted here? Thanks.