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|I think Find A Grave is a great project. I got interested in it from working on my family genealogy records. Since the weather has been cool, I have been able to take over 5,000 pictures. I am in the process of downloading them. So for those request for the Southpark Cemetery in Pearland, I hope to gradually fill all of the requests. Please be patient.|
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|Bob Kimberlin||Horace B Sealy|
Thank you ever so much for photo of Horace Sealy. He is a distant relative but in my family tree. Would you happen to know the location block etc he is buried?
|D.Tumlinson||Ernestine D. Cooper|
I am looking for her husband Jack R. Cooper. Any idea where he is buried.
|Carol A. Wells||John C. Wyne # 126644951|
John C. Wyne appears in my family tree courtesy of his marriage to Eliza C. Wampler Wyne. I am hoping you have a photo of her marker that will be added.
From my research I can share the following information about John C. Wyne:
He was born in Rockingham County, Virginia to John C. Wyne (Wine) # 30108510 and Elizabeth Zigler (Ziegler) # 30109937 who are buried in Illinois. He married Eliza C. Wampler December 24 1889 in Rockingham County, Virginia. According to his death certificate, he died in Harris County, Texas. The death certificate was signed by a Mrs. Winnie Lee Collins.
Eliza C. Wampler was the daughter of Joseph Wampler # 78839678 and Lydia Zigler (Ziegler) # 60382999 and she was also born in Rockingham County, Virginia. Her mother was a sister of Elizabeth Zigler (Ziegler) Wyne (Wine). According to her death certificate, she died in Harris County, Texas - only her's lists Houston as well. The death certificate was signed by a Mrs. E. C. Lemmon. The death certificate listed Lydia Zigler as her mother but John Wampler as her father, but this could been an easy mistake in her father's first name.
According to Lydia Zigler Wampler's obituary notice, in 1917, Eliza C. and John C. Wyne lived in Missouri City, Texas at that time. Eliza C. is mistakenly listed with her maiden name versus her married name in that obituary but she as given the title of Mrs.
According to the couple's 1920 US Census, taken in what is now Harris County, Texas, three children appeared: Winnie Lee, Cora, and Mearl Wyne - and their association listed as Adopted Daughter. Mearl is the only one I have come across, thus far, as to having a memorial page on FindAGrave. She married a Paul Oscar Walter Kreuzer (his memorial page lists his name as Paul Kreuzer) and they had three children. They are both buried in Manvel Cemetery in Manvel, Brazoria County, Texas ... her memorial page lists her name as Mearl Kreuzer. Winnie Lee Wyne appears in the 1930 census report for Paul O. and Mearl Kreuzer .. and also in the household of John C. and Eliza C. Wyne that same year. That helped to tie to the two girls back together. This also helped to better establish the birth years of the two girls as the 1920 one had Winnie Lee already in her 20's.
Above I shared two spellings of Wyne and Zigler - this is due to that in the Ziegler Family Record, a publication in the early 1900's and available on Google Books, and Wampler/Wampfler Database Website lists John C. Wyne with his last name spelt as Wine ... however, on the 1910, 1920, and 1930 census reports I came across for him (on FamilySearch.org) the surname was spelt as Wyne. The spelling of Zigler appears in Lydia's obit and on the Wampler/Wampfler Database Website. Off the top of my head, I cannot recall if it was spelt Ziegler or Zigler in the Ziegler Family Record for Elizabeth and/or Lydia. His parents' memorial pages share their surnames spelt as Wyne and Ziegler.
As John C. Wyne and his wife, Eliza C. Wampler, would be distantly related I am not requesting transfership of their memorial pages - but merely supplying information (and sources) I came across while researching my family tree so you can link them to their parents and, eventually, John C. Wyne to his wife Eliza C. (and have her maiden name information). This would also help assist others who are also researching the Wampler name/family members through the individuals' links.
I have not established who the three girl's birth parents were or a copy of their adoption to know what year the adoption happened; just know they were stated to been adopted sometime between the Wyne's 1910 and 1920 US Census reports. I have not come across the couple's 1900 US census, and there wasn't a census taken in 1890, so I cannot ascertain if the couple had any other children.
|RosalieAnn||Lillian Brobst's photo request|
Thank you very much for both photos on the Brobst's site. I am really happy to see what her grave marker looks like.
|Merlene Lovelace||Virgie Gothard|
Sue, could you please transfer management privileges to me for memorial 126644370? Vergie is my aunt and I would like to link her to other family members.
My Find A Grave ID is 48022608
Thx so much for all you do.
|Mary Severns||Mildred Wise Sharp|
I am looking for the grave of Mildred Katherine Wise Sharp. My best guess is that it is at South Park in Pearland. I believe she was married to Willard Sharp, and that her sister Ruth Wise Reber married Willard after she died. You had photos for Ruth and Willard, so I was wondering if you might also have one for Mildred.
|P. Lewis Barker||Edgar Baker|
Thanks for adding the updates!
|Catherine Miller Newell||Ella Norman|
Thank you for the picture of Ella's gravestone!
|Pioneersearcher||# 125760873 Paul Mobley|
Is there an Enid Ione Dillman Mobley b June 1901 in KS and died Oct 1970 in Houston possibly buried near Paul or at least in this cemetery?
I have located her death certificate on Ancestry.
She is not listed on f.a.g.
If so, I would be interested in your permission to copy gravestone photos to my Dillman Ancestry Family Tree. I will credit you as the source.
Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|Donna J Breuer||Sue|
Thanks so much for the photo we really appreciate your help
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