|Robert Galloway (#47367097)|
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Native of Arkansas|
I strive to provide accurate, interesting, and informative memorial records. All edits are welcomed and will be acted on promptly. Any record that turns out to be a duplicate will be removed, no questions asked.
I consider it an honor to be able to create a memorial for a person. Those who have gone before deserve our respect and gratitude.
Research on each individual is a goal to strive for. It will take time but it will be done eventually. If you would like to furnish a biography for someone, by all means send it to me and it will be added to their record.
TRANSFERS: I will gladly transfer memorials upon request to relatives of those memorial-ized following the Find A Grave four genera-tion rule. Requests for transfers outside those guidelines will be considered on an individual basis.
Bulk transfers of everyone you are related to in a cemetery will not be made, regardless of what your relation-ship may be to the person. Just because they are in your family tree is not reason for a transfer.
I prefer that my photos not be used on other websites without my permission and without credit being given.
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|Thomas Weigand||Headstones found.|
Just to let You know that We went to KY last weekend and success We found William H Culver & Hannah Culvers Headstones. I emailed You Pics and tried to Add on here but they were redirected to someone named Roger Hoffman. Not sure why. Look Forward to Hearing from You. Tom Weigand.
|Les Varner||Scratches in Stone|
I have a quick story about the stone for Lula May Varner at Lone Valley Cemetery that I found in your virtual cemetery. In the early 50's I visited the cemetery with my grandfather, John Shamblin Varner, Lula May's father, and it was his only time to return to Arkansas following her death. When we first visited the grave he said "I can't believe it, I can't believe it". My dad asked him what he was talking about and Shamblin said that he couldn't believe that he had carried by hand the stone in which he carved the inscription. He had carried the stone over a quarter of a mile and now in his 60's the feat did not seem possible.
Lula May was a very lively child and brought much happiness to their growing family and her loss was greatly felt. Today when I talk to surviving children that did not know their older sister you can still sense the pain that forever permeated the family. Under such conditions we can sometimes do the seemingly impossible.
The new stone in the cemetery was place there in the 60's by her yet unborn younger sister and her husband, Lucile and Vanburn Glaze
Thank you for your photo and attention.
San Marcos, TX