I want to thank the numerous Findagrave volunteers who help people find and connect their family. I have really appreciated the information I have found while researching my family. I wish everyone could be as thoughtful and caring. It is sad when a memorial consists of a name-date of birth and date of death. Everyone deserves their family and sometimes adding in the place of death, place of birth and the family information is so helpful and meaningful-quality, not quanity should be thought of. I know it is a memorial to that person, but take a little time to learn who they are and it can usually broaden your horizen and find out who your neighbors are and the rich heritage some of them have. Everyone has a beginning and an ending date-family inbetween those dates. There are wonderful information in obits being ignored(such as marriage, parents, occupation)
I GIVE PERMISSION FOR ANY PHOTOGRAPHS I TAKE TO BE USED IN PEOPLE'S FAMILY RESEARCH(I would like the notation of being the Photographer)
Do family research on the Reubin Jackson and Sarah Austin Cooper lineage. Paternal Grandmother was the child of William Chester Badgwell and Susan Catherine Faulkenberry. Maternal Grandparents were Joel Anderson Williams and Mary Adella Moody. I live in Young County, Texas, but have cemetery census books to the surrounding counties. Have been enjoying being a photo Volunteer-I have recruited family and friends to assist in locating the Graves. I tend to need company in the small rural cemeteries(for safety)-have been finding out about the surrounding counties and small communities and have met some nice people in these areas
Probably an unknown gravestone I have a photo of a gravestone of my grandfather, James Joshua Taylor, 1.1880, died Jan 2, 1909. The photo shows a small white marble or granite stone with only the initials J. T. and I believe he is buried in the Megargel, TX cemetery. Have you or someone seen such a stone.in the Megargel Cemetery. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Muriel Taylor Gibson
Stanley Ray Kennedy There is no "Pearland Cemetery", it is Southpark. Out of the 13 memorials listed there, most were duplicates from Southpark. On one of the memorial's obituary it had the address for "Pearland Cemetery" as 1310 N. Main St. Pearland, Tx. That is Southpark's address. Please make the correction.
John Edward Weathers obituary I wonder if I may have your permission to use this obituary on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.