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Connie WEEAKS Pace (#46984521)
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Bio Photo I love doing genealogy. The search for our ancestors and their stories have intrigued me beyond my own imagination. I love walking the old cemeteries and then, the search that comes with them. I hope I can help another person in their research.

Please, do not add death certificates to the memorials I have created. Sometimes, they can be hurtful to family members. Also, any pictures or information I have added, feel free to use them. It would be nice to have credit for them.
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C. Bryan
RE: Veatrice Hinds
You're welcome and you're right - it is sad, but not uncommon, and for several reasons. The locator marker shows you I was in the right place. But I often find such a case. Sites like f-a-grave may be the only direct evidence a person was once among us.
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 30, 2016 8:18 AM
Robert Anthony Turner (1833-1909)
Hi Connie,

I'm a relative of Robert Anthony Turner (not a direct descendant), but I've been trying to piece together the Turner family. I noticed you have him and his wife Mary Ann buried in Fort Huachuca Cemetery. However, on Robert's death certificate, it says he's buried in "Huachuca Station", and his wife's death certificate says she's buried in "Camp Stone Cty(?)". I read that in 1926, Fort Huachuca was changed to Campstone, so I would imagine they are buried in the same "cemetery", but is "Fort Huachuca Cemetery" really where they are buried, or is it somewhere nearby that is more obscure?

Added by Neal on Jan 22, 2016 1:33 PM
Larry Ciet
RE: Annanias Westbrook + Mary Ann nee WEST
When I went to download the find a grave into my tree it was wanting to download to him not her. It was backwards. I got it fixed. It's hard to explain in a text message. I'll do my best. When you get a leaf message in ancestry you scroll down to see what leaf messages you have. I ran across a find a grave that had the person the parents the spous and children. When I went to accept it and chose the parents it wanted to download one another as him as her and her as him. I figured out that when I went in my tree I had not clicked them as mail female and if I would have just downloaded the find a grave it would have been downloaded to each of the parents backwards and or opposit of one another. No corrections are needed on your part it was just me having to correct the sex on the parents. Thanks for your time.

Larry L. Ciet
Added by Larry Ciet on Jan 21, 2016 3:18 PM
RE: Louis Hiram McDonald
I am interested as I believe he is an ancestor of my husband & I was trying to locate some of his kin-folk to verify this - any help here is appreciated. Thanx, Pam
Added by Lawsonail on Jan 20, 2016 11:39 AM
Tanya Reed Bush
RE: Joseph Carroll Goodall (Woos)
Yes Connie that would be wonderful if you could remove the (S) from the last name Woods to make it Wood on Joseph Carroll Goodall's fathers last name on the bio.

Thank you again for hard work

Added by Tanya Reed Bush on Jan 20, 2016 10:05 AM
Louis Hiram McDonald
Connie are you related to Louis McDonald (Find A Grave #86502530)? Pam
Added by Lawsonail on Jan 19, 2016 4:03 AM
Tanya Reed Bush
RE: Joseph Carroll Goodall (Woods)
Hello Connie,
Thank you very much for your kind words. I don't mind if you add my email and name to you web page for those that may have further research questions. I believe the credit should be applied to every one of us that have exchanged information, such as yourself. A big part is connecting the death location to track the families movement around the reconstruction of America. It can tell you the core if any religion of a family line and many family customs. One thing is for sure,families were very close during the westward expansion and loyal to there allied families. especially right after war time. My cousins and I organized a reunion last summer for these families to come together and exchange information/photos. Hopefully we can continue to expand this type of gathering with other family lines for future generations. Your work here and on the web is very appreciated.

Best regards
Tanya Reed-Bush
Added by Tanya Reed Bush on Jan 08, 2016 9:03 PM
RE: Clyde B. Caviness
I did take the picture of the headstone at Mount Zion Cemetery in Briggsville. Is he really there? Was he moved ? All I know is that I took the photo there. Is there possibly another marker in Danville Cemetery, and this marker is sort of a memorial with his family ? I will leave the deletion upto you, if you find there is a marker in Danville, and the death certificate says Danville Cemetery, I will delete Mine.

Thanks for your work with Find A Grave.

Added by ancestorhunter on Jan 06, 2016 10:32 AM
Dan Franklin
RE: James Herman Richey, Jr.

I'm sorry I did not reply earlier. I did not see your message until this morning. Must have overlooked the notice in my e-mail box.

My wife's maiden name is Connie Brock. She descends from Thomas D. Boone, who married Julia Ann Boone. I have pictures of Thomas D. Pace and Julia Ann Boone.

My wife's g.grandparents were Myra Pace and William Henry Brock.

Dan Franklin
San Antonio, TX

Added by Dan Franklin on Dec 28, 2015 4:27 AM
Rob Riley
RE: Homer W. & Lottie P. nee LARSON Ferguson
thanks, I deleted the duplicates and added a photo to each memorial.
Added by Rob Riley on Dec 27, 2015 8:40 PM
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