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Deborah Parker (#46600813)
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Bio Photo I just want to thank everyone of you that have left flowers and kind words on my Dad's Memorial. He meant the world to me and I miss him very much.

Debbie

I don't mind transfering memorials to family members. Please, when you request a transfer, include the url for the memorial and state how you are related, plus your id#. Or use the suggest a correction feature. You will find it in the edit tab.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE FOR ME TO MAKE CHANGES TO ANY PERSON THAT I MANAGE PLEASE EMAIL ME AT: parker659@gmail.COM. PLEASE INCLUDE THE FIND A GRAVE NUMBER.

I am currently researching the following surnames:
Paternal:
Parker, Coffman, Millsap, Butler, Manis and Moon;
Maternal:
Pierce, Trimble, Wilkins, Wray and Britt.

I will also be adding information provided by Mr. John W. "Dub" Duncan's 50 plus years of research on cemeteries in and around the Wolfe City, Texas area. Myself (Deborah Parker) and Gena Forsyth will be transcribing these records. When available Obituaries and Photos will be added.

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Kevin H.
James Penn Taylor
Mrs. Parker, the memorial that you've created for James Penn Taylor is actually my third Great Grandfather James Pierce Taylor and the grave photo for Sarah J. Taylor is actually James' Brother Francis K. Taylor not Sarah J. Taylor.
Added by Kevin H. on Mar 28, 2016 7:06 PM
Patricia Adkins-Rochette
Private Benjamin M. McKinney
Below is my Name Index entry for this soldier whose wives are my blood kin. Their mother was Nancy Bourland Griffith sis to my Temperance Bourland Griffith. All of his records, including his Confederate records show that his name was Benjamin M. McKinney, not Benjamin F. McKinney.
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McKINNEY, Benjamin M. McKinney (1834 Hopkins Co KY-1885 Hunt Co TX, Money Cem) son of Rebecca Stobaugh & Charles McKinney; m1-1855 McCracken Co KY to Eliza Griffith, 3 ch, m2-Martha J Griffith, 7 ch (Co B, DeMorse's 29th Cav, TX CSA)
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Feel free to include my "Private Benjamin M. McKinney" Name Index entry in your Find-a-Grave article.
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Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
prochette@Juno.com
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Feb 23, 2016 5:51 AM
Barbara Pargament
RE: John Brice #9058359
Thank you for trying......
Barbara
Added by Barbara Pargament on Oct 19, 2015 12:11 PM
Virginia Brown
Mrs. Joe Jordan
Hi again,
In my haste to thank you . . . I should have said, "You are very considerate." What a difference a few letters make.
V
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 19, 2015 10:01 AM
Virginia Brown
Mrs. Joe Jordan
Hello Deborah,
Thanks for the transfer. You are very consideration. I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
Kind regards,
Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 19, 2015 9:55 AM
Darrell Brown
Isaac Runion
Thanks for transferring this memorial to me. That will make it easier to build up a biography bit by bit. Much appreciated.
Added by Darrell Brown on Sep 28, 2015 11:47 AM
Barbara Pargament
John Brice #9058359
In this memorial you mentioned that the name was from a Sermon 1894...Do you have a copy? I have hit a "brickwall" for one of my Brice men who died in Texas in 1854. so far all of the men have been preachers in Texas. Might be a clue in the Sermon????
Thanks,
Barbara Pargament
Added by Barbara Pargament on Jun 14, 2015 6:23 PM
Freeda Lindsey Crumpton Brewer
Unmarked graves
I am researching unmarked graves in the Sunny Point Cemetery south of Cumby, TX. I am inquiring about the Bonnie Winstead, and her parents Festus and Sarah Wright. I find these names in this site with no tombstones pictures.
Would you tell me where you got this information so we can prove them to be unmarked graves. I have the death cert. which say they are buried there. Is that where your information came from rather than a tombstone.
Like I said we are trying to identify unmarked graves. Thank You. Freeda
Added by Freeda Lindsey Crumpton B... on May 04, 2015 10:12 AM
Freeda Lindsey Crumpton Brewer
Unmarked graves
I am researching unmarked graves in the Sunny Point Cemetery south of Cumby, TX. I am inquiring about the Bonnie Winstead, and her parents Festus and Sarah Wright. I find these names in this site with no tombstones pictures.
Would you tell me where you got this information so we can prove them to be unmarked graves. I have the death cert. which say they are buried there. Is that where your information came from rather than a tombstone.
Like I said we are trying to identify unmarked graves. Thank You. Freeda
Added by Freeda Lindsey Crumpton B... on May 04, 2015 10:00 AM
Gary Jasper
T. Rainwater
Thank you so much Deborah, I know that was a Transfer you didn't have to make unless you wanted to.
Added by Gary Jasper on Mar 03, 2015 6:32 AM
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