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I would be happy to help find a grave for anyone in the area that I live in. And this is my official permission that you may use any photo I take for your personal collection! Thanks!|
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|Iowa Owl||Payton Photo|
Thank you for taking the time to post the photo of Mr. Payton's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Iowa Owl on May 29, 2015 4:31 PM
|Lydia Cobb-Quequechan Chapter DAR||Thank you|
You are a super Find A Grave volunteer
|Lydia Cobb-Quequechan Chapter DAR||Hilbun|
Thank you so much for your quick action in taking the photo I requested there in Texas. It is really appreciated.
Gail in Massachusetts
|Bonnie||All photo's retreaved|
Thank you again for ALL the photo's that you placed. May God bless all your efforts in helping others as well. Have a great day.
Added by Bonnie on May 23, 2015 9:58 AM
Thank you for searching for his grave site. I have placed a marker as an unmarked grave. Have a great day.
Added by Bonnie on May 23, 2015 9:18 AM
|Kandi Lard||Elsie Laird|
Thank You very much for Elsie Laird's grave photo. :)
|Michael Pitts||Barney Mills|
Thank you for responding to my photo request. I appreciate your time.
Thank you so much for the photos. Now we have proof. Your work is greatly appreciated!
Because you say you are certain that my entry is incorrect, I have removed my memorial for Limmie Reese Booker Braggs (Jan 1902-Aug 1947) at Pryor Cemetery in Rusk County, Texas. In my research, I relied on Texas Death Certificate #35676 as my major source, as it clearly states that Pryor Cemetery-Rusk County, Texas is the burial location. Additionally, Mrs. Braggs is African-American and is likely not buried in that cemetery. However, the TDC was prepared by Felix W. Jenkins, undertaker, from Henderson, Texas, and I can find no other Pryor Cemetery in Rusk County. I will continue to research so that I might find the correct resting place of this lady. Thank you for the correction and for ALL that you do in the preservation of history.
Thank you so much for the photos of the Pryor, Baton, Taylor and Skipper markers.
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