|Annis Jean Hite Patee||RE: Louderback memorials|
Glad to link them! Has anyone realized that Barbara and Elizabeth's birthdays are both 1811? One in February and one in April. If you are able to find out which is wrong, let me know. If it is Barbara, I will be happy to change it. Thanks.
|Connie Jarvis||RE: Family links for #34139549|
Thank you for the information. I have connected Mary to her parents.
|Linda||Leila Smith Owens|
Thank you so much Ludie for transferring my grandmother's memorial over to me and thank you for all that you do and have done for Find A Grave.
Added by Linda on Nov 22, 2013 7:36 PM
You mentioned about the lettering being almost the same as the stone itself. It is absolutely impossible to photograph a black granite marker without getting yourself in the photo! So aggravating
|Judy Murphy||Hill girls|
As best I can remember - the Hill markers were located in the middle of the cemetery. Don't know if that helps you any. On the older markers I spray them with water & brush them in an attempt to be able to better read them.
|The Meriwether Society, Inc.||Cornelia Adams|
We greatly appreciate the transfer, and will take very good care of Cornelia's memorial. Thank you for being a Find A Grave contributor!
The Meriwether Society (#46827721)
|Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams||RE: Sarah Hargove photo request|
I sure dont. I have never gotten down to that part of Texas and dont have any idea how big the cemetery is. I am sure it is very large though.
If I can get the office to give me the plot i will send it to you. It will be tomorrow before I can call.
Thanks so much
|Jan Farrenburg||RE: Memoril #84472761 edit|
This stone is for a wife, son or daughter of William Ruddle that was born ca 1810. The part of the stone with the name and relationship is broken off.
|Bob Lampert||RE: Landers family photos|
I inherited the photos from my Grandmother.
Is there anyone in particular I can help with, photo or info?
|Deb Rudy||Rudy book|
Thanks, We actually contributed to that book, tho he never acknowledged in print either our photos that he used or our historical facts/contributions that he used. Just be careful and verify what you use, as there is both missing information and errors in it. Wonderful resource, from a time when ancestor research was done by letter, phone and in-person visits to archives and cemeteries. But check the relationships with online historical documents as so many new documents have become available since then.
Added by Deb Rudy on Jul 04, 2013 8:22 PM
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