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I believe family should be with family.
If you find a transcription error or a duplicate, please LET ME KNOW, again use the "EDIT" button.
I give you permission to use the photo's I have taken. That is why I take them, so loved ones will be remembered.
Memorial Park Cemetery, Amarillo, Potter Co., Texas, located on I-40 East.
Amarillo, is located in both Potter and Randall Counties in the panhandle of Texas.
This cemetery is not fully recorded as of Jan. 2014
Clark Co., Kentucky, information is from
Tombstone inscriptions from the book "Old Graveyards of Clark Co., Kentucky" Compiled and Edited by Kathryn Owen. Published in 1975 for the 175th anniversary of the state of Kentucky. Kathryn Owen was a genealogist, historian, and fellow Clark Countian, her work was supported with authenticity by Clark Co., Kentucky in 1974.
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|montazels ||de Calmes|
I am French and from the village of De Calmes, which went first pure Calmes first join England and the USA.
I am researching the family for many years ...
Hello, could you please send me your reliable source of information for his birth and parents? Thank you
Added by dells on Jan 26, 2015 1:46 PM
|Candace Brooks||RE: Willis Brooks|
thank you :) will do.
|Candace Brooks||Willis Brooks|
First of all, thank you for the picture of my great grand uncle, Willis Brooks' marker.
Secondly, I have a huge favor to ask. I am having a hard time tracking down his wife's name. Everything is listed as "Mrs. Willis Brooks." Was there a woman buried next to him that might be his wife? If you remember or could check on your next visit to memorial park cemetery I would be most grateful.
Here is the info from the page you set up for Willis:
Memorial Park Cemetery
Plot: West side of "Mount Aaron" Section
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Created by: Stonefinder-Deb
Record added: Sep 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58078783
Again, thank you!
|Everett L. Davis||Thank you|
Thank you for all you do.
Happy New Year. May it be filled with health, laughter, and in the company of those you love.
With great respect,
Everett L. Davis
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Gertrude Scoggins #80134222|
Thank you for updating the memorial for Gertrude Scoggins #80134222
I would be pleased if you would read my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
Thanks for any flowers you have strewn through the virtual burial grounds for our departed.
|john hundley||Matthew and Sybil Thomson|
Thank you for transferring management of the find-a-grave memorials of Matthew Thomson and Sybil Haynie Thomson to me. I have added biographies to their memorials in hopes that their descendants can use the information to join DAR or SAR.
|ReedJones-PilotView||Crow Graveyard / Crowe Graveyard|
I visited the Crowe Graveyard on Pine Ridge Road, took photographs of markers, and uploaded them to the existing page:
There are several discrepancies with the information from the markers. Namely, the marker for Sallie Abbott (1931–?) links a spouse as T. W. Abbott, but I found no marker for him. There was, however, a maker for P. W. Abbott (1871–1954) who was considerably older. P. W. Abbott could likely have been another relative, not her spouse.
It seems there are more "Crowe" markers than "Crow" in this graveyard. Is there a way to change, or add a cemetery name?
Thank you for all your work here!
Thanks for making all the connections for the Taylor memorials. I'm glad to be getting this branch of my family connected on Find A Grave.
|Daphne Aldridge||RE: Rainey-True Graveyard|
You are very welcome, I really enjoy it!!! Going to look at more this weekend. And thank you for getting this going, what a treasure!
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