|Donna V Jackson Kester (#47882456)|
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Ex-paratrooper. Graduate Student. Wife. Mommy. |
I was working on my and my husband's family tree online and I had pretty much run into a dead end on my side when he showed me a headstone of one of my relatives in Alabama. I was so surprised and asked him where he got it. That was my introduction to findagrave.com.
Feel free to use any of my photos, but please include attribution.
My ancestry (Georgia and Alabama) includes the surnames: Jackson-Wherry-Marshall-Wallace-Taylor-Copeland-Damron-Longshore-Kimbrough
My husband's ancestry (North Carolina and West Virginia) includes the surnames: Kester-McCaskill-Spencer-Thompson-Freeman-Lee-Smith-Thomas-Moore-Glover-McKinnon-Love-Parker-McDuffie-Freshhour-Elder-Shields-Weekley-Moore-Shinn-Brown-Munn-Allen-Hyatt-Freeman-Pouncey-Tallent-McVicker-McHenry-Kincheloe
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The happiest people I know are people who don't even think about being happy. They just think about being good neighbors, good people. And then happiness sort of sneaks in the back window while they are busy doing good. -Rabbi Harold Kushner
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|Little Lady||Elizabeth Dumas|
The name listed on her memorial is the correct name. Elizabeth Lucy (Dickerson) Dumas. :)
|Little Lady||RE: Elizabeth Dumas|
The maiden is Dickerson. I made a mistake and read Dickinson on her memorial. But it was actually Dickerson. I believe it is correct. Thanks! Have a great day! :)
|Tommy Hatcher||Find A Grave Memorial# 127949689|
would love to take over this site, I know Dougs daughter and family thaks
|Brandon Burns||The virtual flower feature.|
Hey Donna I need to ask you something, It's about the virtual flower feature on some memorial's mostly criminal's, gangsters, outlaws etc. that has their virtual flowers turned off for being misused, now were they talking junk about them or sending dirty flowers like killing people or pornographic images on the system? but is there a chance you can contact the administrator's to turn some of those flower sites back on?
|Jo Terry ღ||Gibson-Wallace Cemetery|
Nice Gibson photos you added yesterday for Gibson-Wallace Cemetery. I have removed those added by me in 2011 as yours are by far more superior, as usual :)
|bur3bet||RE: Flora Anne Holder|
Donna, thank you so much for the additional information on sweet Flora Holder Smith, #120324674. In the Bio section, I put that she was the daughter of Arthur and Linda Holder. Her mother's name was Lucy! I don't know how my fingers typed Linda. I'm so sorry to be so much trouble. Would you mind fixing that? I'm sorry.
Added by bur3bet on Dec 14, 2014 11:23 PM
|Brandon Burns||To Donna|
Hello I want to say thanks for adding some of my family members on Find A Grave! one's at Mary Love Cemetery & Richmond Memorial Park, both cemetery's in my home county of North Carolina.
|Karen Frazier||Headstone for Hattie R Watson|
Hi. I was doing some research to find my grandmothers headstone & I found it & saw that the pictures were submitted by you. Wondering if we are related?? If not just wondering how you found the information you posted.
Her name is Hattie R Watson.
Thank you. Inquiring minds want to know
|Alta Mitchem Durden||RE: Betty Jo Newsome Meachum|
You're a brave lady, Donna!
Other than the Pankey Cemetery in Richmond County, (where six persons are said to have been buried, including one Revolutionary War soldier), I am most anxious to have a photo of a double gravemarker for William Smith Meachum, d. 1859, and his wife, Martha Winfree Meachum, d. 1854. This monument is on private pasture land below Lilesville in Anson County,presently owned by descendants of Streeter, I believe, but once owned by William Smith Meachum. On the Find-A-Grave site, it is incorrectly stated that this grave is in the Smith Cemetery. As I understand it, the burials are within a fenced area and permission should first be obtained from the current owner before going onto the land.
I look forward to hearing from you.
|Past Participle||Mary Margaret Evers|
Thank you for the photo and posting to her memorial.
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