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Ron White (#46828732)
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Desert Angel
Richard Locke
Ron I requested a marker photo. The person that who volunteered to take could not find the memorial site. The cemetery said Richard was cremated and given to family members. You can edit the burial and there is an option that has cremation given to family.
Added by Desert Angel on Feb 14, 2015 3:27 PM
Desert Angel
Tommy Oregon Locke
Ron, I am doing research on Inez Geraldine Hensley. My records show she was married to Truman Quinten Locke. According to the links on Find A Grave. tommy Oregon was the son of Truman. Can you tell me if Inez Hensley Locke had any children with Truman Locke. If not what was the name of Tommy's mother? Inez is in my Glinn family line. You can email me at
Thank you
Added by Desert Angel on Feb 11, 2015 4:47 AM
W. Loy Frisk Simmons
Ron, thank you for info on your family members. Would of got info in and linked quicker to parents and such, if you had used Edit to let me know. Not being family to me, I don't check their memorials often.
Added by W. Loy Frisk Simmons on May 17, 2014 11:59 AM
Rusty Locke
RE: Jacob B. Locke
My great grandfather was Archie Thomas Locke.
Added by Rusty Locke on Jan 25, 2014 11:08 PM
RE: Memorial # 29215604
You are very welcome! Thank you for letting me know. I love the photo that you added for her.
Added by labudd on Jun 07, 2013 6:55 PM
Cindi Crist
RE: #20338276 WiIlliam Jenkins Davis!
Their first born (My GGGrandparents)
James S Horton b 1825 TN d 1865
+ Melvina Varvel b 1827 TN d ____
m 10-31-1844 in TN.
her 2nd m to Wilson Farmer after the death of GGG.
Their children:
Rev Elias "Eli" b 1845 Ky
John C b 1847 Ky
Elizabeth b 1850 Ky
Daniel Joseph b 1852 Ky (my lineage)
born in Muhlengerg Co.
William b 1854 Shannon Co, MO
George R b 1856 DITTO
Ellis b 1858 DITTO
Henry b 1860 DITTO
I have wives for all except William!

Martha "Patty" Horton sister to James
4 children:
Samuel b 1854
Nancy J b 1856
Edward b 1858
Susan b 1863
Added by Cindi Crist on May 22, 2013 5:17 AM
Cindi Crist
RE: #20338276 WiIlliam Jenkins Davis!
I see that you and I are distantly related!!!
Uriah "Hugh" Davis and Jane "Jensie" White Davis were parents to:
William Jenkins Davis and 9 other children.
Their first born is my lineage...Elizabeth b 8-22-1803 d 1833 m George Horton b 5-22-1801 d 8-20-1869 Missouri. Elizabeth was George's first wife. I have his second wife's name as Martha Ellis.

Added by Cindi Crist on May 21, 2013 12:40 PM
Beth Presley
RE: Mary Lucile Kienlen Locke.
It was my pleasure, Ron. I enjoy going to Pinehaven because my father is buried there.
Added by Beth Presley on Apr 13, 2013 2:41 PM
Larry & Susan M.
RE: Napoleon Edrington
I was just speaking to my husband and he reminded me that when we were in that area I said "Look there are 4 bases there where there used to be headstones". I had totally forgotten because we had been to a couple of cemeteries today. I still want you to put the requests in again so we will check, but I really think they are no longer there. If we don't find them I will take a picture of the bases so you can see if that is where they would have been.
Added by Larry & Susan M. on Mar 12, 2013 7:35 PM
Larry & Susan M.
RE: Napoleon Edrington
Please put the requests in again so I will remember to look when we go there again, but I really don't think they are there anymore. We went a week ago and did a search, but it was freezing and we knew we didn't do a good job, but today we really looked at every stone and even used shaving cream on the unreadable ones to make sure we had read them all. We did not find any stones with the surname White on them. I know the area you are talking about, but I really don't think they are there. We were in another cemetery in Oregon County about a month ago and a lady stopped and she was just checking to see what we were doing because 5 of the headstones from that cemetery had been stolen; 2 of them were her great grandparents. I don't know who would take headstones, but there were 5 empty foundations where she said they had been. I don't know when we will go there again it is about 25 miles from our home so we don't go often unless there are several requests. Who knows they may be there and we are just getting senile (which is a good possiblility :) ).
Added by Larry & Susan M. on Mar 12, 2013 7:29 PM
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