|Karen Foltz (#46982234)|
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I have enjoyed researching my family as well as my husband's family for some 22 years. My husband, Al, and I have traveled to many courthouses, cemeteries, and libraries over the years. I find genealogy fascinating and rewarding.|
We reside in Williamson County, TX and are members of the Williamson County Genealogical Society.
A few of my surnames are Gill, Inman, Fulkes, Trusdel, Awalt, Boles, Bottom, Shafer, Turner, Houston, Ednney, Trammel, Edwards, Brown, Harrison and Quinn.
Al's surnames are Foltz, Riley, Thornburg, Runyan, Hayhurst, Whittington, Diem, Rockwell, Laymon, Emswiller, Gibbons, Loveland, Foreman, Dellinger, Coburn, Stearns, Scott, Hyatt, Keeler and Brown.
Please feel free to add comments. I hope you find the names and gravestone photos helpful in your research.
Karen Lee Gill Foltz
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|Gerelyn Reaves||Anna Cemetery|
Your comments mention that you do not live in the Anna area but I wanted to ask if you know anything about the truth/untruth that this cemetery had a building constructed over it. I have a great grandfather that was supposed to have been buried here and that was the story I was told. Then when I found it on Find-A-Grave it was surprised to see the entrance to the cemetery.
Any thoughts? Thanks :) G
|Kathy Inman||Shiney Inman|
I was just doing some family research and found the headstone in New Hope for Sidney Inman listed as "Shiney". Sidney was the son of William Duncan and Sarah Elizabeth Inman. William Duncan was the son of Samuel Chelton Inman.
The headstone is pretty mildewed and hard to read, I just happened to know his name was Sidney and thought you would like to know so you can change his name on Find a Grave.
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