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Jim Nelson (#47275092)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo I am a retired Pharmacist; I have been married 43 years and have 4 beautiful children. My wife and I look forward to traveling, antiquing and spending time with our families. I have lived in Tyler, Tx since 1952; originally from Hugo, Ok. Searching family history and going to cemeteries is a hobby my wife and I enjoy together.
Linking familes together from generation to generation is fascinating and challenging.
Remembering past generations seems to have become a lost art and helping others connect with their families is indeed a pleasure.
In addition to photo requests, I always try to take other pictures, especially those with same surnames as the requests. If these are not on FAG
I make a memorial for them.If any are your relatives I will gladly transfer them to you.
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Patricia Cronin
Tombstone Photos
Good morning, Jim. Thank you for locating and providing photos of the tombstones of Alta Ward, James Utley Ward, Jr, Jimmie Olive Kelly Ward, and Will R Ward. Much appreciate your help, and hope you have a safe, warm, and wonderful Christmas. Pat Cronin
Added by Patricia Cronin on Dec 21, 2015 6:05 AM
Weldon Collins
Lindale City Cemetery
Thanks for the headstone photo of Ms. Lola Lukenbill, this will help many others when the search begins, I will pay it forward
Added by Weldon Collins on Dec 17, 2015 8:21 AM
Billy Sipes
transfer of FAG pages
Hello Sir:

Would you be so kind as to transfer the following pages to me:


These are my grandparents on my Dad's side.

Thank you very much

Betty Van Dee
Added by Billy Sipes on Dec 16, 2015 1:30 PM
Harriett Sherman
RE: 147973036
Thank you. What do you need from me in order to do that? Harriett
Added by Harriett Sherman on Dec 10, 2015 11:15 AM
Harriett Sherman
Thank you for the picture of the grave marker for Jon Paul Hodges. I was related by marriage to him and this is a treasure.Thank you Harriett Ellen Witt Sherman
Added by Harriett Sherman on Dec 08, 2015 6:16 PM
Don Littlepage
Betty Littlepage
Thanks Jim, I appreciate your help.
Added by Don Littlepage on Nov 25, 2015 3:41 PM
Don Littlepage
Floyd B Littlepage
Thanks For a Great Pic. Anything I can do on this end please let me know. Thanks again
Added by Don Littlepage on Nov 25, 2015 3:32 PM
Dana Meeks
Memorial photo
Hi Jim You have a memorial photo attached to Ralph Wiley Delashaw at Find A Grave Memorial# 61786478. Since it is for both Ralph & Elizabeth, would you please attach it to his wife Elizabeth Gibson Delashaw at Find A Grave Memorial# 61786595?

Thank you.
Dana Meeks
Added by Dana Meeks on Oct 31, 2015 9:03 AM
Deborah Moon-Taylor
Mary Elizabeth Musick Pierce
Hello. I am researching my Choate family and came across Elizabeth Musick (daughter of Roena Choate & Samuel Musick) who was born 1850 in Texas. In 1880 census she is living in Cherokee Co., TX & in the household are husband Dick Pierce b. abt 1826 in AL. In the household, besides Elizabeth & Dick, are Riley age 15, Ransom age 10, Edward age 8 & Burdette age 3.

I believe that Elizabeth Musick's mother died in childbirth & her father Samuel Musick went out to California (probably a gold miner).

In 1860 census Elizabeth Musick is in household of James & Elmira "Mira" Farmer Choate in Revalee, Scott County, Arkansas - James & Mira may be her uncle & aunt. Also in household are children of James & Mira - R.R., Sapona, Aminta & Eli; also there is Mary Choate, possible mother of James.

The picture you have looks very Native American. I have always been told my Choate family was Native American.

Can you provide me with any additional information?

My email is

Thank you so much,
Deborah Moon-Taylor
Added by Deborah Moon-Taylor on Oct 23, 2015 3:04 PM
Infant Daughter Ramirez
Liberty Hills Memorial Garden Cemetery
Look at the photo you placed for his child that was B & D Aug. 5, 1960. Memorial # 62051755, there is a photo that is showing Gilbert Ramirez stone and to the left top corner there is a small metal cross, no markings. Is this for the infant daug. or what, where or when. Ha Ha.
Added by Bonnie on Oct 18, 2015 11:30 AM
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