|James Ellis (#47815402)|
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|I believe that genealogy is made much easier by the common efforts of many.|
I am in the Dallas Metroplex and have spent much time in the local cemeteries. You will also find that I travel to Missouri, Tennessee, Oklahoma or other locations in search of kinfolk.
If you are connected to any of the families in my virtual cemeteries, I would love to hear from you.
This is a labor of love. Photographs confirm information but the labor of those that enter from obits and those that enter personal family information will prove to be invaluable to those that come after us.
If you have any additional information to share on any of the memorials that I have set up, I will be happy to enter your information or link to other memorials.
I am especially interested in older pictures that show life as it was. If you have more than 1 or 2 pictures of this type, let me know. We can place any number of pictures (within reason) on the internet for all to see.
As hard as I try not to, from time to time I do make mistakes. If you do see a mistake, please bring it to my attention politely. I tend to ignore rude and/or ignorant folks or those that think the world revolves about them.
Corrections and additions to memorials are made much easier if you use the "Edit" tab on the memorial. Personal correspondence may be by way of my email. I may be a bit slow in responding to emails if I am out of town at the time.
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Most of all, enjoy the history of your kin folk.
Individuals may feel free to use any of the photographs that I have posted on findagrave.com This does NOT apply to commercial ventures.
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|Judy Printz||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 122419923|
Thank you so much James.
|Judy Printz||Find A Grave Memorial# 122419923|
The name is Ann Stone and I would like to know if there was a husband buried next to her?
Thank you, Judy
additional info has been added to memorial thank you for the data
|Karen Leftwich Tomlinson||Richard Rigsby|
Thanks so much for the information on Pvt. Rigsby. Very interesting story!
Thank you Mr Ellis for adding my father to your data base. And thank you for the photo of his headstone. (Memorial# 114850492) I don't live in Texas and his stone was not set before I left after his funeral, I have never had the opportunity to see it.
Added by Paula on Jul 30, 2015 8:15 AM
|Debra Kitchens||Russell and Demoie Collinsworth|
Thank you for adding the memorials for my aunt and uncle. I linked them together as well as added his parents for you.
|SherB||Jimmie Wesley Military Photo|
Thank you for adding the photo that was on the back of his monument. When I fulfilled the photo request, I didn't see that one. But when I was driving down Locust one day I saw it. I jumped out of my car and took the photo but later discovered you had already taken care of it. Thank you!
Added by SherB on Jul 24, 2015 8:22 PM
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Thanks|
Thanks for the kind words! We're glad we could help!
Phil & Kathi
|Heaven Bound||THANK YOU|
Thank you for posting the photo to the memorial of Mary Ann Barnett Rhoton.
May you have a wonderful day in Our Blessed Lord,
|Tim Wilkinson||Orgie Morelock|
Thank you very much for the gravestone photo.
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