daughter of Bessie Hair Tittmann from Calif. to Tenn. to Hill co.Hubbard Texas. my mother has also moved here with us. Back to Texas. My Texas line goes back to 1858 David Furman Hair married Irene S Addison They lived in Salado, Belton, Bell Co Tx. David F Hair born Barnwell Co SC 1834 his brother Joseph P Hair settled in Grimes co Tx. brother Samuel L Hair in Bell and Williamson co tx. = brother James W Hair moved to Drew Co ARk. his son J.J. (James Judson)Hair settled in Henderson Co Tx. Brother William Lemuel Hair ( died 1862) his wife Elizabeth Raborn, remarried Martin t Anders they lived in Red River Co Tx., Burried Bryan co Ok. there daughter Mary jane "Hair" Jackson died in Choctaw Ok. I Would like to get in touch with any of these families.
And yes I'm also into the Long Coat Chihuahuas I love working on there pedigrees and figuring out whom I'm going to breed to whom off the pedigrees and I have some beautiful dogs...
On Photos: I have posted, please feel free to use them for any genealogy purposes. If I were going to copyright a photo, it would not be of a tombstone or cemetery - and, those members of the family who are deceased deserve to have their images remembered Also about Transfers...... If they are part of your family I will Transfer...usually in each of our families there are only a couple of people who are interested in this. I'm so disappointed when I see people who only transfer back 2 generations and saying that you can't managed all of your families, And They have so many even into the 100, thousand count But we can't manage a few thousand.
I have had family members transferred to me and have worked to add family information to all of them including photos. Be assured that I would never ask to have a memorial transferred to my membership for the sake of numbers. That is not my goal, AT ALL. I have numerous Virtual Cemeteries that are set up to hold members of the various direct lines/branches of my "Hair" family tree. I do hope that some day these family branches will get in touch with me. ********************** Two men were walking home after a party and decided to take a shortcut through the cemetery just for laughs. Right in the middle of the cemetery they were startled by a tap-tap-tapping noise coming from the misty shadows. Trembling with fear, they found an old man with a hammer and chisel, chipping away at one of the headstones. "Holy cow, Mister," one of them said after catching his breath, "You scared us half to death -- we thought you were a ghost! What are you doing working here so late at night?" "Those fools!" the old man grumbled. "They misspelled my name!"
# 28735418 Lois Bell Crain was born 12 May 1904 in Clay County, Alabama to Arthur Crain and Effie Ophelia Griffin. She died 25 Feb 1920 in Hill County, Texas. Her death certificate was not transcribed correctly and reads Lio Bell Crane. Thank you for all of your effort on her behalf so that we could find her now.
RE: duplicate with 61619165. Have you contacted the manager of the other memorial about what you want done? Your info is very vague. I'm just trying to clean up the records for this cemetery and to be such a small cemetery there were 4 pages of errors. So please be nice and help with this undertaking. Thanks, Wimsang
C Bruce McCaskill Hi Nadine, You will find your requested edits to Mr McCaskill's memorial now in place along with a courtesy tag in your name. Should you like to manage this or other memorials in my care please don't hesitate to request transfer. Thank you for all you do with find a grave as it may be all to someone. Love in Family, Bren
RE: James Joseph Still, Jr. Since your memorial already exists, would you like to just change the cemetery on your memorials? Then I'll add the photos and delete my memorial. Your memorial is quite complete and I'd hate to duplicate all that work.
Nancy B. Glenn I found the tombstone of Nancy B. Glenn b. 1790, d. 1861 in the Shannon Cemetery, Shannon, Lee County, Mississippi. See Find A Grave, Nancy Bibb Glenn, Shannon Cemetery, Lee County, Mississippi. It is also told that her grand daughter, Ophelia A. Addison Newton, d. 1874 and baby is buried in an unmarked grave next to Nancy B. Glenn. I uncovered the information on Nancy B. Glenn tombstone today. It was mostly covered with grass and dirt.
you dogs Having owned one long haired then took sick and had to give him up, and then got when recovered from the surgery, and long time bleeding issues, I got another one and he is a short haired so can you tell me how much you ask for your dogs and suppose they come with papers,shots and all contact me on facebook Gloria J. White of Ada,Ok thank you. Have a Wonderful Christmas as it likely be after the holidays before can afford to get another one but would like to find out more about them. Gloria J. White.