|Deb Shepherd (#47937675)|
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This journey all started out with my husband not knowing his family, so I took it upon myself to find out a little more information. The little more has turned into a whole lot! But, I am loving it and enjoy learning about the people and times of long ago. If I have made a memorial for one of your family members, I will be more than happy to transfer the memorial to you... just put in a request. |
My family are Hays/Hayes, Williams, Clicks, Boyds, Branhams just to name a few.
My husband's are the Shepherds, Row/Rowes, Hollons, Howards.
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|Ella Arnett||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the photo of Hugh Arnett's gravestone. We are sorry we have not gotten back to you sooner but we were away for several weeks and this was a nice surprise to open our email and see you had located the marker. Again, thank you so much this was very appreciated! Ella
|Ellen Headington||RE: Darl Clemmons memorail photo|
THANK YOU SO MUCH,Ellen Headington
|Ellen Headington||Darl Clemmons memorail photo|
May I have permission to copy the photo of the Clemmons stone for a class memory book(not published). Ellen Headington
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||Loy Collins|
Thank you very much for the transfer..
|David Rau||Docia L. Holbrook Hal|
They created theirs before she even died! Not suppose to do that!
|FKD||RE: Astor Hayes|
Glad I could Help.
Added by FKD on Nov 16, 2013 3:57 PM
|Theresa Rausch Victory||Hyndman photo|
Thank you for such a fast response to our request.
|Ray Conley||adam conley|
thany so much deb for the pic. of my grandfathers grave stone
Thank you for the full obit,it has been added. D'Anna
Added by D'Anna on Oct 10, 2013 7:09 AM
I was doing some genealogy (non family related) and came across some DC's from Hardin Co. Doney Nichols d. 8-31-1928 ( 3 mos) and Okie Nichols d. 12-5-1928. ( almost 2 yrs) Both were children of Wilbur Nichols and wife Bell. The DC's state burial in the Preston cemetery. I'm certain that these graves were lost through time and the parents moved to northern Indiana. Do you have any ideas one where they could be located? I seriously doubt there are actual stones for them. I am going to create memorials for them in the next few weeks. If you know of anything, any suggestions to their location, please let me know. thank you
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