|Stone Hunter (#47356507)|
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I feel that keeping family records and sharing them for our loved ones to pass down from generation to generation is extremly important. I have been working on my surnames list for about 3 years when my grandmother handed me a box of very old photos. I wanted to know who they were, where they came from, what they did. These were the people who made me who I am today. I worked diligently for over two years on my family. Late nights on the computer and week ends in cemeteries but I love the history, it's my history.|
I was amazed one day when my husband told me he had no idea of any history of his fathers family so off I go on another mission!
I feel deeply that the info reported here is of great importance and needs to be documented correctly. Some may think its strange to go trapsing around in cemeteries taking picures of headstones but I really enjoy it. If I can help out even just one person find that "missing link" in their family tree then I will feel that I accomplished my goal.
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|Jan Greiving||Find A Grave Memorial# 14617093|
Samuel Mayhall (the son-in-law of James and Mary Bannister Cather die in Indiana and is buried in the national cemetery in Indianapolis.
Martha and children listed are not the descendants of James and Mary.
Please unlink them.
Thanks kindly for nice photos, happy trails.
|Janna Richards||Hattie Cox|
Thank you so much for taking this picture. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this for me.
Thanks for taking William Kirkland's tombstone photo.
|Jerry Leist ||Thanks again|
Thanks for taking the headstone photo for Lela Thompson.
|Jerry Leist ||Thanks|
Thanks for your time and efforts to take and post this headstone photo for John J Thompson.
|Debra Mason||Melissa Goff|
What a great photo. Thank you so much. Debra
|CJE Culver||RE: Alvah & Catherine|
Hello, cousin! Sorry, I completely missed your message. By my calculation, we work out to 4th cousins, once removed. Thanks for your message!
You're very welcome. I'm related to the Blain's, too, through the Lindsey and Stovall lines. There are others at the Rose Hill Cemetery, near Terrell, in Kaufman County.
Added by Elmsong on Jul 13, 2012 9:46 AM
|Vickie Lawson Strong Ward||RE: Strongs|
Thank You so much for taking the time to take these pictures for me. I am building a book for my children and grand children so they will remember where they came form.
Vickie Strong Ward.
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