|Mary Hall Ferguson (#47110606)|
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|I have a web site called AT ONE TIME and I am taking photos of cemeterys in Lamar Co,TX.This is something I started in 2004 and now have 71 cemeterys from Lamar Co. on line. I have also done cemeterys in different countys in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas & Kansas. Feel free to use any photo that is in your family line to add to your family records, but if you use these taken in Lamar Co. TX for other publication please ask permission by email and give credit to:|
If you find any errors in my memorials or would like to take over editing for your family member, please email by using the Find A Grave's "Edit" button. I'm happy to transfer memorials for persons NOT related to me BUT or related to you. If requesting a transfer please indicate how you're related to the deceased.
Please Use The Edit Button For Any Information Or Request.
Mary Hall Ferguson
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|j*||Deloris Burns # 99488428|
Hi, Mary! THANKS for all your contributions to Find-A-Grave! They are INVALUABLE!!! :)
Hey - I saw the memorial you established for Deloris Burns (99488428).
I was ssearching for a Hazel Burns in my lineage...and, found a memorial for Hazel Burns (39296382). The memorial had her date of passing, but was missing her birth date.
I found her birth date and found that her middle name was "Deloris"!
I went ahead and asked for an Edit on memorial # 39296382 through the Edit tab....and, thought I might get lucky enough to look in the Paris area and see if I could find where Hazel was buried to complete the other memorial.
While I researched the Paris Area Cemeteries, I came across your memorial for Deloris Burns:
Birth: Sep. 8, 1954
Death: Jul. 7, 2009
Fairland Cemetery - Paris, Lamar County, Texas, USA
Created by: Mary Hall Ferguson
Record added: Oct 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99488428
These two memorials are the same person. The other memorial was established before your memorial, but does not reference the burial place of this person.
Just thought I'd let you know!
Thanks for all you do: REALLY! It does help those of us researching...and, it's so wonderful to have memorials for those who have "gone home".
Hope this helps!
Have a GREAT WEEK!
j* (Judith L. Newman - Mesquite, Texas)
Added by j* on Feb 01, 2016 7:42 PM
|Luteen Carroll||Willett 40783292|
Parents William and Rebecca Thomson Willett, he md. Martha J. Mitchell 11 March 1816 in Cumberland, N.C. USA Thanks Luteen Carroll. P.S. They have a picture in this family info: if you would like to add pictures to grave memorial.
|Terry||Sam Hutchison #41418253|
He is my 4th cousin 3x removed. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit. Thank you so much, Terry
Added by Terry on Dec 15, 2015 12:54 PM
|Donna B.||Bills edits|
Mary, Thank you for accepting the edits on my Bills famiy. I appreciate the hard work and time you spent on these memorials. Donna
Added by Donna B. on Oct 09, 2015 9:45 PM
|Veterans Researcher||Billy R. Richardson (1923-1944) Red Hill Cemetery|
Thank you for sharing this headstone photograph of Tec5 Richardson. He was one of several young American soldiers who were killed during the Liberation of Rambouillet, France, during the month of August 1944. The soldiers who died were originally buried by the villagers of Rambouillet, and after the war the bodies were returned to their families in the United States. In grateful remembrance, Miss Francoise Winieska wrote a book in both French and English to tell the story of these heroes of the 7th Armored Division, of which Tec5 Richardson was a part. Thanks again for sharing this picture and making his record more complete....
Thank you for the photo of Willie Pearl Kilburn and Robert Richardson's gravestone.
Anita Kilburn Powers #48113519
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||AGNES (STEELE) WEAVER ENDSLEY|
I greatly appreciate the memorial transfer, thanks so much, Emma
Thank you so much . I'm sure many late nights are in store to connect this branch. Blessings on your weekend! Linda
|Brenda Morris||RE: Thomas H Morris|
Yes, please! Thomas is my great-great-grandfather who led the wagon train from North Carolina to Harmony in Lamar County.
|Lorie Adams||Clemmer Memorial|
Thank you so much! Arlan was my uncle Merrill's brother.
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