|Brenda Leaton Brown (#47137621)|
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|I live in Montague County and have ancesters from both my parents buried in many of the cemeteries in Montague, Clay, Cooke, Clay and Wise county. I am currently researching the history of all the families buried at Starkey Cemetery. My father was born in the Starkey Community and is presently on the Cemetery Board. I have many ancesters buried at Starkey, including my grandparents and 2 sets of great grandparents on both my mother's and father's side and a great great great grandmother on my father's side. I'm using the census records to connect the different families. There were many marriages among families in the late 1800's and early 1900's. I am trying to research maiden names to find out who married who.|
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|Brenda Howard||Uldean Powell|
Thank you for the transfer. Have a great week.
|Phil & Kathi||Zachariah Shackelford|
Thank you VERY much for the photo! We appreciate your time!!
Phil & Kathi
|Darlene Martin||Ira Martin|
Thank you Brenda for taking the time to photograph Ira's headstone, it is very much appreciated. Darlene Martin
|Jan Wigley||Wall Photo|
Thank you...that was fast! I also use the photo's for my Ancestry Tree with credit to the person that took them for me.
Thank you very much for the photo of the headstone for Enoch Coffee
Added by jo buis on Sep 01, 2009 9:37 PM
|Dave Bell||RE: Mitchell Headstones|
You're very welcome! I am still working on getting mine on Find A Grave, don't think I have one in Montague county but if I do sure will contact you.
|Fred Rose||Cynthia McGrew|
Brenda: I created a memorial for John's wife Cynthia and added the gravestone photo with a courtesy to you in the descriptor. Thank you again.
|Fred Rose||John L McGrew|
Brenda: Thank you for the photo of John and Cynthia's gravestone. I do appreciate it.
|Leaton Clark||Walser Photo|
I really do appreciate your efforts in getting the photo for J W posted. It's rather unlikely that I'll ever have the chance to get that direction to do it myself. Many years ago, with some difficulty, I found the cemetery, no one seemed to know just where, but knew it was there. I finally found the "home-made" marker for Benton Walser, way down the slope from the main cemetery and nearby that one was also a home-made stone for "Unknown Cowboy". Some family will never know where this person is. Sad.
|Robert Wacaser||Many Thanks|
Just wanted to say thanks for the photo of Robert Gambell's memorial in St. Jo. It is great... Glad to see his wife is there. I made a memorial for her, though I don't know her maiden name, so you can add the photo to her as well.
Again, thank you,
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