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I have recently gotten addicted to genealogy. I've been researching my family quite a bit! |
My list of surnames include:
Saylors, Thornhill, Clark, Evans, Chennault, Adams, Prewitt, Whitaker, Keen (only by adoption), Mitchell, Steele, Dixon, Bruner, Means, Green, Moles, Norris, Jones, Wright, Price, Runnels, Russell, Heaton, Leslie, ...and still going!!!
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|MATuley||Ora Belle Adams|
I woould like to add info on Ora Belle Adams if u would transfer the memorial to me
Added by MATuley on Jan 09, 2015 1:13 PM
|MATuley||Ora Belle Adams|
Would u add this info to memorial # 16649666 (Ora Belle Adams.
Maiden name is Steele...dau of R. J. Steele & Elizabet (Leslie) Steele.
She was born July 1 1893 in Mckinney, Collin TX & died Jan 23 1972 in Whitewright Grayson TX.
Added by MATuley on Jan 08, 2015 5:35 PM
|Cindy White||William W Campbell|
I don't have the name of his wife. I'll try to can find it.
|Searchers||Roy E. Claybrook #80302074|
Thank you for posting this memorial. I am not asking for a transfer but I do have some information to share with you that I hope you will add to Roy Claybrook's memorial. Thank you. If you like, you can "cut and paste" the following:
Find A Grave contributor, Searchers #47207034, writes:
While researching casualties of World War I, I found records from the New Mexico Adjutant General that pertain to two brothers, both sons of Marshall P. and Ella Claybrook of Godley, Texas. Both brothers entered military service from Clovis, Curry Co, New Mexico.
(1) PVT Roy Ernest Claybrook, Company 34, 165th Depot Brigade, died 20 Oct 1918, Camp Travis, Texas, cause of death is listed as meningitis
(2)PVT Elba J. Claybrook, Company E, 7th Infantry, also died of disease while in service; his death location is not indicated
Although their deaths were not a result of combat operations, these brothers are deserving of recognition for their military service in the "Great War". Undoubtedly, if they had not died of disease, they would have served in combat in France or Belgium during World War I. Many of our WWI troops died of various communicable diseases, i.e. the Spanish flu epidemic, measles epidemic, pneumonia, meningitis, etc.
|Tony & Patricia Held||Naomi Thornhill|
Since she is your great grandmother we thought she needs to be under your management.
|Joann Cole Slaven||Alice Melissa Cole Palmer|
Elizabeth, I walked this cemetery in 2009 and took photos of every stone, removing moss from many of them. I did find a stone for Alice Melissa Cole Palmer. She died with the flu as did her brother George Rudolph Cole and his wife Mary. They have a large stone marking their grave. I am puzzled as to why there is no stone for Alice. Alice's father lived across the road from the cemetery and I am wondering if her husband had her buried somewhere else. Sorry I was unable to fulfill this request,
|Joann Cole Slaven||Alice Palmer|
Hi Elizabeth, Alice is my great aunt and I have the Cedar Cemetery on a backup hard drive. When I get home, I will post this photo for you. Traveling today.
|Brandon||RE: Ida Bell Tanner-Henry|
Hello Elizabeth, responding to a message from May 2011 about Ida Bell Tanner Henry being your 3x great-grandmother. Please e-mail me at BLW14@aol.com as I do not sign into FindAGrave often (as you can tell by how long it took me to get back to you haha). Looking forward to talking to you!
Added by Brandon on Feb 26, 2013 9:23 PM
|C. L. Hines||RE: Mitchell runnels|
|C. L. Hines||RE: Mitchell/ Runnels|
started with A A mitchell most of the time they were in Ok.
The Runnels were from Van Alsytne,, Tx
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