Hello Everyone, My Name is Gala Sherman, I don't work but I do have 3 son's all grown and a Little Jack Russell. I Travel a lot with my Honey around the United States. But when I am home (Texarkana, Arkansas), I love to work on my Family History. I am searching my Family. Which are Sherman, Wilson, Rowe, Edwards, Clark, Lynch, Sisk, Underwood, Hawkins and Sparrow. Also I am searching my other side of Family, they are Ray, Woods, Couch, Bearden, Bolton, Combs, Fultz, Burns, and Teague.
I personally think a Family member deserves more than just a marker over them. They lived Life and I love to write about there lives.
I also look-up Photo request in the State that I am in at that time, and when I am at home as well. Just trying to help as many as I can. I am truly addicted to F.A.G. What a great place to help find someones lost love ones..
I do-not understand why a cemetery survey person would keep a grave that they are not even kin to and not transfer it to a family member that has information and other links to add to it. And the person that is asking for the transfer is kin. That to me, is a selfish person that is just being a mean person. I guess to them, just a name and date is more important.
Thanks for your nice job. However, Corine has the wrong Georgetown in MD. The Hardmans had homes in Frederick, MD, and Georgetown, MD. That Georgetown is now in DC. However, when Henry was born, it was in Montgomery County, MD. Georgetown was the port city. DC didn't become a city until 1790. It is told that Henry went to a banquet to honor George Washington when he was very young and that they had a brick house in Georgetown. I am currently on the trail of exactly where that house was. I found the lot# on Friday and will go there soon. Mary Sue Hardman Pletcher
Grace Smith (70693547) I am asking for the transfer of this page to myself, Gary O'Keefe (48030643). Grace (70693547) was my grandmother's sister and I would like to link her family history together with the others.
Francis W Hardesty Thank you so much for the transfer, as well as creating the memorial for him in the first place. One of my top priorities in my genealogy pursuits is connecting the Find A Grave memorials to as many family members as possible.
Transfer of memorials Gala, Could you please transfer the following memorials to me: My Father: Carl D. Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283566, My Mother: Juanita M. Rowe, Memorial Number: 116432658, My Brother: Michael Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283516, My Brother: Joseph Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283487, My Sister: Stephanie Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283456, My Grandfather: Carl J. Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283421 and My Grandmother: Ruth E. Rowe, Memorial Number: 91283391? I really would appreciate it if I could manage these memorials for my family. Thank You.
"Twin" Shoemake # 109739069 & # 73481064 "GALA" -- Thank You for all you do --- Interesting Note - My records indicate Christopher S. [aka C.S.] Shoemake # 109739069; Oliver S. [aka 0.S.] Shoemake # 73481064 -- were exact twin brothers -- born August 15, 1871, Wayne County, Mississippi; BOTH DIED -- December 09, 1899, Bennington, Chickasaw District of the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory (Bryan County, Oklahoma)and BOTH BURIED -- Old Bennington Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Bennington, Bryan County, Oklahoma --- I have no record if either had wife or children -- no clue as to how they died? Again "THANK YOU!"