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Added by Nita on Apr 07, 2013 11:08 AM
I am doing family history and I have several death certificates with the name of the cemetery where family members were buried. Truly, I don't know which one of these three Montgomery cemeteries they would be buried in.
These are the names: Hannah, John R., and Sallie Thomas Chambers; Alice Henderson and Dennis Maynard & Lizzie Maynard Johnson. Dates range from 1940 - 1967.
Given the dates on most of them, would it be wise to say the Old Montgomery Cemetery.
Thanks in advanced for any information you might be able to contribute.
Added by Nita on Apr 07, 2013 9:43 AM
|Cathy Moore||RE: Henry D Boyd, Montague Cemetery, TX|
Than you for your quick response. I'll pass it along to the relative searching for Ida.
|Cathy Moore||Henry D Boyd, Montague Cemetery, TX|
Subject is buried in Montague Cemetery, San Jacinto Co, TX. Supposedly, his wife Ida Lee Shaw Boyd, b:17 Aug 1880 d:29 July 1921, is buried beside him in an unmarked grave. A relative is trying to verify this info so that he can buy a headstone for her. Are there any state, furneral, cemetery or church records available to verify her resting place?
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Tisdale|
Thank you so much for the picture of my uncle David stone.
|Renee Zapata||RE: EMAILS|
I see that now. lol. You still volunteering?
These emails I didnt know were here. I thought I would just get them through my email address. lol well I guess better late that never. Happy Hunting
|Renee Zapata||RE: Hello|
omg lol..... can you link this up to your email address? I never knew this was here
|Tammy Conwell||Elly Jane Hopkins Winters|
I am very interested to know about Elly. All of my notes have Elly named as Mary Jane. I would like to know more about Elly. However i am more interested in any info you may have on Jasper. I am related to him but trying to find the right connection. Hope to hear from you soon.
You photographed the gravestone and family plot of William Phillips Fisher in the Old Waverly Cemtery. May I have your permission to use these photos in my tree in ancestry.com? I will be more than happy to credit you as the photographer.
- B. MacBean
Added by MacBean on May 07, 2012 9:58 PM
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