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I started doing FAG because I enjoy going to cemeteries. I especially like the older stones because they tell so much about the people by what family members put on their stones. My sister and I have been walking and photographing the Burkburnett Cemetery to correct the many mistakes that are out there. There is no greater loss than to lose records and not be able to know who is buried in a cemetery. This cemetery is very dear to me because a great many people buried in it are relatives of mine. |
I am happy to help in any way that I can. I do travel quite a bit for FAG so if there's something you need, please ask. If it's within reason, I'm sure I would be glad to do it.
I am NOT a "numbers" person so when I create a memorial I like to make sure I know as much information as possible. If you are one of the many who are playing the numbers game, please do not get upset when you are bombarded with SACs. YOU created the page so accept the responsiblity of updating the memorial.
TRANSFERS: I'm happy to make transfers but PLEASE make sure you include the memorial number or the cemetery they are buried in. I visit over 50 different cemeteries so it makes things easier for me. Make sure you follow the FAG guidelines for transfers. Also, please include YOUR member number with the requests.
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My mother has told me time and time again, about a person of the name of Norman Edgar Cornstubble and I haven't found anything, until today. When I was searching Federal censuses in the name of Cornstubble I happened to come across a 1930 Census with the name of Dewey Cornstubble
Do you know of any name of that name, meaning Norman Edgar or Dewey Cornstubble.
My grandmother married Curtis L. Kinchen and divorced. Ithis is his father. I am looking for more information.
Added by Shelba on Oct 26, 2014 8:43 AM
|Shelley Colvin||Colvin 32944927|
Thank you so much for putting up that photo! My father died when I was 8 and I've been trying to get info on his family. This helps so much, I never knew my greatgrandfathers name. Thank you so much, Shelley Colvin
|Randall Pearcy||Robert B Pearcy|
He is my uncle. I would appreciate if you could transfer his memorial to me.
I appreciate you maintaining it.
|Tazgirl||Find A Grave Memorial# 39971507|
Hi Paula, I made a mistake when I sent you a edit for Bertie I. Belyeu Wall. Bertie is my 3 cousin 2x's removed. Her mother was who I say she was, however I didn't know her mother had a findagrave. I had to delete her mother's findagrave because I ran across her shortly after sending you a link request. Will you please make note of this I would appreciate it and I'm very sorry for the inconvenience it may have caused. Her Mother's findagrave memorial is 60781634.
Added by Tazgirl on Sep 12, 2014 9:41 PM
|J. Robison||Winford Henry Headstone|
Very nice photo Paula. Thank you!
|Patty||Burkburnett Cemetery Photos|
You have done a great job of photographing and creating memorials for many people in the cemetery at Burkburnett. My mother has many family members who are buried there (Key, Smith, Terry) and much of the information you have posted would have been lost without your help. May I have your permission to use copies of the photographs on their memorials in my tree on Ancestry? I will give you credit for the photos.
Added by Patty on Jun 27, 2014 9:51 AM
|Patty||Katherine Smith Memorial|
I just sent you an edit, but wanted to give you a little more info than I could include via the tab. Kathy was my cousin (I never knew her; she died before I was born), but I remember my mother talking about her. Kathy's mother, Margaret Key Todd, was my mother's half-sister. After Abby Todd died, Margaret married Jesse Rothrock.
Added by Patty on May 30, 2014 10:47 AM
Thanks for the Wilson pic. It is greatly appreciated.
|SMH||Oops...I meant Wm. A. McIlhaney|
I thanked you for the photo of Joe McIlhaney's headstone. Should have said William Arthur McIlhaney. :)
Added by SMH on May 05, 2014 7:08 AM
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