|Granville & Patricia Murphy (#47224507)|
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Christians by Faith. Our objective is to locate and document as many of our ancestors as possible while helping others do the same.|
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|Mark Morrow||THANK YOU|
THANK YOU Granville & Patricia for transferring Howell D. Bryant's Memorial to me. I have added the family research I located, and linked him to his parents. Thank you for all your help. I appreciate the memorials you have posted to help others connect with family.
|Frank Van Orden||E.A. Estes|
Dear Granville and Patricia,
The grave for E.A.Estes is listed as Edward Albert, b. 1838, d. 1919. The site says it's in Block A, section 8, lot 123-E. I think he was buried near his second wife, probably not Mary E.
Please don't make a trip for this, but if you're out there, a photo of his gravestone would be much appreciated.
|Frank Van Orden||Mary E. Estes, Rose Hill Cementery|
Mary E. is my great grandmother, and I am trying to trace her ancestry. I do not have her maiden name. I notice small lettering on her gravestone, kindly photographed by you. I was wondering if you might send me a transcript of that lettering if you have a chance.
Thank you so much-
Frank Van Orden
|Irene Fawcett Orr||Edwin Pyron Orr|
Hello, I notice that your name is on the find a grave for Edwin Pyron Orr.Do you know if there is a marker on his grave. This is my husbands great,great grandfather .I would like a photo , if there is one. Do you live there close? Sure would appreciate if you might check and take a picture and of his wife too.Irene Fawcett Orr
|RVD||RE: Harvey Lawson's wife|
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I'll try to reach that poster.
Added by RVD on Sep 29, 2015 7:31 PM
|RVD||Harvey Lawson's wife|
Don't know if you linked Maggie E. Lawson (1895-1940) as wife to Harvey(1876-1936)but....census for 1910, 1920, and 1930 has wife as Dora(Dora Belle Welch). WWI Draft Registration Card and Death Certificate list Dora as wife also. Harvey and Dora are buried at Hillcrest in Bowie Co., TX.
Added by RVD on Sep 29, 2015 2:34 PM
|Carolyn Davidson Hicks||I descend through her brother Franklin Parker|
Hi, I am looking for information about Franklin Parker and I know he had a sister named Elizabeth Artemilda Parker. We believe these siblings parents to be Joseph Parker and Charlotte Hubbard. Any information you may have would be great for us!
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|DON SHARP||Smith markers|
I greatly appreciate you fulfilling my photo request and taking the time to get the great pictures for me.
|Marjorie Crews||Andrew Farrar Camp|
Could you check and see if Andrew is buried in Patmas Cemetery in Patmas, Homestead Arkansas. I would greatly appreciate it. His Military headstone application says Union Cemetery, Patmas, Homestead Co. Arkansas, but I don't find a Union listed. He died July 30, 1902- Born June 1821
|Ties That Bind||Chambers memorial|
Thank you so very much for the transfer. I truly appreciate your willingness to share this memorial. Working together makes Find-A-Grave a great resource site!!
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