|John Armstrong (#46567031)|
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John James Armstrong was born in Amarillo, Potter County, TX, the son of David Clinton and Anna Marie (Goranson) Armstrong. He was reared on the family farm out from Panhandle, Carson County, TX. John graduated from Panhandle High School and The University of Texas at Austin with a BS degree in Pharmacy. He resided in MD and AL as a pharmacist for the U.S. Public Health Service. He resigned his commission and returned to Greenville, TX, where for a year he pursued a MS degree in computer science becoming a graduate school dropout. He continued his pharmacist career with McGaughey, Revco, Eckerd, and Super 1 Foods & Discount Pharmacy|
His genealogy interest was inspired by an aunt, Gladys Mae Armstrong (1900-1991), in the late 1970's. From there the interest has grown more into assisting others in their research where he can rather than doing research on his family. His particular interest is in newspaper indexation as shown in a way with the Website address. The photo is from a few years back... To God be the Glory, Great Things He Has Done!
Go to the memorials and click on Edit, then click on suggest a correction. You can request the transfer there. An email will be sent to the person maintaining the memorial along with the memorial # and your contributor #.
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|Steve Burton||Martha White transfer|
Thanks so much, John. She was clearly a special person, and I am happy to have her.
Do you ever get up to Pampa? I've got a couple of requests in for photos, that are going ignored.
I appreciate your time and dedication to F-A-G.
|Nancy Clay||Cemetery for Basil or Martha Dudding|
I was wondering if in your search of cemeterys in Greenville TX if you had ran across Basil A. and Martha Dudding ..they died in Greenville...Basil in 1870 or 80 and Martha in 1900??
|carolyn cail||Jacob Reeder grave|
Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for locating my great great grandfathers burial site. I have looked for at least 10 years for this information. I have found Jacob's son, Jacob Benjamin, in the same cemetery but I missed this one. I cannot tell you what this means to me and my family.
Thank you again for all your hard work.
|Randell Tarin||Lois Bynum Claytor|
Thank you for the correction. I have added everything from the previous memorial as an edit to your corrected version.
Mrs. Claytor was my g-grandmother's sister. Would you be willing to transfer the memorial to me?
Thank You Again! Accuracy is important.
Randell Tarin #46974932
|mike ford||Bonnie (kimberling) Warren|
Thank you for the cemetery photos.
John, Thank you for the transfer of my cousin Willie Adams Lamm's memorial to me and for all you do here on Find-A-Grave!
Thank you so much for making the links I requested.
|mahlon buckland||question for you|
ive been hunting and hunting for mary elizabeth duncans mom and dad her son john w jenkins is buried at forest park cemetary birth 5-26-1875 death 12-9-1954 ive looked everywhere no one hs been able to find her was hoping you might have an idea hoping to hear from u soon
elizabeth mahlon buckland
John could you please tell me how to request a transfer on the edit page without having to pay for it?
1.14788297 George Ellis Tredway
2.11584518 William Josiah Tredway
3.11584529 Sarah E VanSickle Tredway
Also wanted to ask you since you have all these..Have you found Viola Cone Treadways parents James Madison Cone and wife Zelia Cone in the same cemetery?My Great Grandparents which i can't find a thing on...
Added by Gayelynn on Apr 23, 2015 9:59 PM
|Margaret Pickett||Kirby Family|
Thanks, John, for helping me get the Kirby family members linked. One more sib to go--Eula, my grand-aunt,--coming soon, I hope.
I appreciate your rapid response and all the work you do in creating memorials in Findagrave.
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