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I retired from the Post Office in 2009. As a favor to my Mom, I started researching our family trees. I still can't believe how adictive it has become. I search out grave stones as my final documentation. Besides, I like knowing where my relatives are. Also, I really enjoy being able to leave flowers for the ones I can't visit.
Many of my photos are taken while strolling through cemeteries. If I am trying to fulfill a photo request, I will take pictures of all stones that I come across with the same name. Maybe they're kin or maybe someone will be looking for a long lost relative. I have found a lot that way.
I will be more than happy to transfer any memorial that I may have created as long as you are a relative. I love to see the pictures and other family information being added, that truely makes it a memorial.
My family trees include Blanton, Jarrell, Carter, Sieber, Johnson, Weber, Cline, King, Mathews, Taylor, and Waller, just to name a few.
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|Eva Johnson||Add Memorial Pages|
Hi Janie. Can you add the following Memorial Page Number as follows:
Add #24671548 - Bessie Lee Taylor Gilreath to
#68462717 Sidney Johnson Taylor in the "Children" section. Bessie Lee Taylor Gilreath is my gma and is one of my GGpa Sidney Johnson Taylor's daughters. I have tried to make contact with MilleBelle, the creator of my gma's Memorial page without success. If you can do this, it would be appreciated. Thanks.
|Mike Tounget||J P Tounget/Miles Cemetery, Runnels Co.|
My Dad, J P Tounget has only the initials J P and no Jr. at the end. They are not initials for a name. One joke/story within the family deals with his name. According to my Mother, Aileen, when my Dad registered for the draft, they couldn't understand someone without names and kept asking what J P stood for. His reply was his full name was J "only" P "only" Tounget. Supposedly they put his name like that on his draft registration.
Thanks for all your work.
Sincerely Michael E Tounget.
|Lori Johnson||Carter family photos|
May I have permission to use your photos of various Carter family members in my private family tree? They are distant cousins of mine. I am related through Willie Belle's side of the family, traveling up the line. Willie Belle is my 3rd cousin, twice removed. Distant, but family, none the less!
I do love having photos to add to my tree entries to make them more personal. It's so nice to have a face to put to a name, and if not a face at least a photo of their final resting place.
|teresa meyer||Wilma Gene Collins|
Friendship Cemetery in Sherman, Grayson, Texas
Janie, you took a picture of Wilma gravesite - there are two more graves next to hers. Do you happen to know who they are? I am unable to make out from the picture. Thanks
|Shawn Sullivan||Bailey Family|
Hello Janie! I am the descendant of the Bailey line, my paternal grandmother, 26019667, was the last of the Bailey family, to my knowledge.(79179028, 79179048, 79179068, 79179054, & 79179040)
I am requesting transfer of memorials listed above to myself, please. I am 100 percent certain of this relation and have provided photographs as well.
Thank you in advance.
|Minta Wilson||Susie E Queener|
I would still like to have Susie E Queener removed as a spouse of Thomas Birch Queener. She was married to Richard P Wilson and then to James Queener. She is my great grandmother. Please update this information.
|Minta Wilson||Susie E Queener|
You have Thomas Birch Queener as one of the husbands of my great grandmother Susie E Queener. She was married first to Richard P Wilson and the second time to James C Queener, but I don't believe that she was also married to Thomas Birch Queener. Can you tell me where you received that information?
|Charles Knowles||RE: Permission Request|
Thank you so much for your prompt and affirmative response!
|Charles Knowles||Permission Request|
I respectively request permission to include your photograph of grave marker for Fred Noles(Friendship Cemetery) in my not-for-profit CD book that will be given to family, friends, and a few libraries. Thank you for your consideration.
|Connie ||Laura E Duckworth|
I have put in a date change for Laura's birth. All family history pages show 1871. And in a 1880 census she is listed as 9 years old.
I noticed that the last number is not very plain.
I am a Duckworth descendant.
Thak you for the photo!
Added by Connie on Aug 14, 2014 1:27 PM
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