|Tom Todd (#46900975)|
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Born in Arkansas. Retired from the US Navy. I reside in the White Mountains area of Arizona (Apache country) and my particular interests are in the Old Western Lawmen, Outlaws, and Cowboys and Indians. I also enjoy the history of early American Wars; Civil War; War of 1812; Revolutionary War and the French-Indian War. If you find any mistakes in my entries I will be more than glad to correct them. If I have entered members of your family that you would like to have control, just ask.|
I am a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the first Commander of Camp 2233 in Show Low, AZ.
I am also a board member of the Wild West History Association.
Please check my website for interesting stories on Old West historical characters, Civil War stories and get a preview of my books.
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|Jan Fenter||Greenwood Memorial Cemetery|
You did the entry photo for this cemetery in Sebastian County, Arkansas. I hope you can help me contact the sexton at this cemetery. I'm looking for a possible burial of Jannie Ratterree, hopefully buried next to her husband, Jesse G Ratterree. Jesse died in Feb. 1949. The grave marker for Jesse, on Find A Grave looks like there might be a marker to the left in the photo. If that is true, it might be for Jannie. I don't know when she died.
Memorial page for Jesse G. Ratterree, Memorial# 63798188.
Can you provide the name of the sexton, a phone number or address where I can contact him or her? Or is this cemetery managed by the city, a corporation or maybe a funeral home?
Thank you for your help.
|Barbara Lane Hug||Photos in Simon Cemetery in Texas|
Thank you so much for putting on the photos of tombstones in the Simon Cemetery in Mason County, Texas. These are really old stones and I can see that it is what we in Iowa call a "Pioneer Cemetery."
I found two little girls (Benskin) from my family tree.
Barbara Lane Hug
Todd I am researching the Browning family. Do you know if John Radford Browning had a son named John that moved to Clay County Alabama? My grandfather was Isaac Benjamin Browning born in 1882 died in 1972. His father was John Daniel Browning born in 1847 died in 1930. His father was James Madison Browning born 1824 died in 1910. I believe his father was John Browning born about 1801 or 1802 died in 1884 and I believe he is John Radford Browning's son. If you have any information on this family please send me some information. It would greatly be appreciated.
|Esther Rothwell (Coggins)||Charles James Clark|
Please change the bio on Charles: Buried in Malad City Cemetery-Idaho
Born Sept 13, 1852
Died Dec 11, 1926 Malad, Idaho
Married Sarah Helen Clark (Moon)
She was born March 18, 1858 in Salt Lake City Utah She died April 20, 1951
The had 8 Children
Thank You Esther Rothwell
|Roger Teters||Jim Greer|
Thank you Tom.
|Alice||RE: Thank you|
You are so very welcome. I am her son Jim O. Brookbanks step-daughter, since I was 4 yrs old, so that makes him my daddy! And of course Winona was my grandmother.
Added by Alice on Sep 29, 2014 9:14 PM
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Glada Rose Crandell Turner|
Thank you for making the edit.
|Chuck Schubert||CHARLES GERHARD|
SAME PICTURE TWICE ON CHARLES GERHARD IN CUSTER NATIONAL CEMETERY. # 22692512
|S Burrough||Mattie Doss #26036615|
I am new to FindaGrave and have been adding family links. I have just added the above Mattie Doss as child of Sarah Ann Doss #22329795 and Thomas Doss #118152893. My apologies if I should have asked permission before doing so. Thank You. Mattie was my great-grandmother.
|Ancestral Sleuth||Col Archibald Andrew Lochry|
I went to your website and found it so interesting! Thanks for keeping the 'Wild West' alive, as well as our military histories!
I maintain a Find A Grave memorial (#38622726) on the above individual and was wondering if you have or would write a story about it, keeping it alive.
Thank you so much for all you are doing to keep American history alive.
~HMC Debbie Zimmermann, USN, retired
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