|Phil Bailey (#47060540)|
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I have been doing my family research for over 40 years now. I enjoy walking through the cemeteries and reflecting on the lives that were once here.|
Feel free to use any of my photos that you may need. Please don't use them for commercial use.
I also do entries from other cemeteries when I can find them. No one should be left out. If there is a record of someone it should be recorded for others to see and hopefully relatives to find.
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Thank you very much for the photographs you posted in Old Dallas Cemetery. Do you by any chance have higher resolution copies that you might be able to post for the following memorials? The current pictures are so small they're very difficult to read.
31164870 (Arthur L. Parks)
31164847 (Blanche C. Parks)
31164893 (Rupert P. Parks)
These are family members of mine. Thanks again for all of your contributions to FindAGrave! - Keven
|Mary Casey||RE: Monroe Laing update..|
|Shelly Ketchum||RE: Re: Neta Endsley memorial...|
Phil, I'm so glad that you did post Neta's memorial. It helped to find the family I was looking for. Neta (maiden name unknown) married Samuel Endsley (born 1854 Iowa - died Sep. 7, 1922 Long Beach, Calif.). There is no memorial for Samuel, that's why I wondered if you had found any record at the cemetery that Neta is buried at. They both had California Death Indexes, but those don't tell burial info. The Endsley's are my son-in-laws ancestors. I have just begun to make a tree on Ancestry.com for his family (I was getting frustrated with my family, so I took a break from them to do Endsley's). This stuff is addicting and I really appreciate those of you who add these memorials, even though you aren't related. It really helps us to do complete genealogies.
Thank you so much.
|Shelly Ketchum||Neta Endsley memorial# 122276125|
Just wondered if you found a Samuel Endsley born 1854 Iowa, died Sep. 7, 1922 Long Beach, Calif. at the cemetery where Neta is buried? Samuel was her husband. Thanks, Shelly
|donna bybee rees||RE: Lewis Thomasson et al...|
OK cause I don't remember seeing the stone by the other ones but I'll check again for sure
|donna bybee rees||RE: Thomasson photos...|
Your so welcome I don't know how I missed lewis but as soon as I can I will go back to oakwood and get his stone for you. I'm sorry about that
Thank you so much for transferring Hattie to me. She doesn't fit the FGA rules for transfer so if you want her back, I can do that. I just am so happy someone recorded her, I felt you needed a thank you. It makes research a little easier when you can find where family members were laid to rest.
Let me know what you would like me to do.
Once again, a big thank you.
Added by CherylA on Nov 21, 2014 8:41 PM
|CherylA||Hannah "Hattie" Pinkerton McGill|
I just wanted to drop you a thank you for creating Hattie's memorial. I was looking for her and you found her. Thanks again. Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Nov 07, 2014 9:38 AM
|Daniel Rabourn||RE: Mary Catherine Rayburn...|
Yes, Born 1855 Arkansas and died in 1933 Polk County, Arkansas. Married to a James Franklin Rayburn.
|Daniel Rabourn||need to change the birth year|
Mary Catherine Raybourn wasn't born in 1856 it was 1864 Illinois.
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