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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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|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
|Minta Wilson||Susie E Queener|
Would you please check your facts on Find A Grave#87831699 for Susie E Queener. She is my great grandmother and as far as I can tell she was not ever married to Thomas Queener Find A Grave#104422549. She was married to my great grandfather Richard P Wilson in the 1880 census and in the 1900 census she was married to James C Queener and living in Fannin County. The info says that Thomas Queener was born in 1887 and died in 1910. I can follow Susie and James with census records until their deaths. Perhaps, there is another Susie that married Thomas. Thanks for looking at what I believe to be a mistake.
|wendy sanders||just wondering|
my name is wendy hope sanders,i am the daughter of edna joyce brown whose sister is jackie eloise brown and parnets and sammie iola hawthorne brown and george issic brown,great grand daughter to james elisa hawthorne.i was worndering if you are a relitive to us some where down the line.my mother is edna joyce brown and my fathers name is william henry sanders sr.
I have an obit for Mary E. Brannum, also. Thanks.
Added by Becky on Apr 24, 2014 7:45 PM
Hi there. I have an obituary for Juanita Brannum that I would like to put on her information. The Brannums are related to my dad's side of the family through great grandparents. I could email it to you or if you wish to transfer her to me, that is fine, too. My Member # is 47724221.
Added by Becky on Apr 24, 2014 7:28 PM
|Bettie Sarver||John A. Nicholson #64552151|
The date of birth for John A. Nicholson doesn't match the various family records that I have. It should be Nov. 1863. His father was Daniel Nicholson (24 Dec 1811-23 May 1884), not Peter. I know the death certificate says otherwise, but many times, relatives giving that info are incorrect.
Hope you will make this correction.
|PG||RE: William H. Blanton|
I'm so sorry for your loss. Am making the transfer immediately.
Added by PG on Mar 12, 2014 8:43 PM
|Catherine Copeland||Floyd H Smith|
Thank you so much for finding this and taking a great picture. It is very much appreciated!
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