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William Holly (#46616971)
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Bio Photo USMC '61-'65, Former Louisiana State Trooper & U.S. Border Patrol Agent, Retired U.S. Immigration Service Special Agent, OTR Truck Driver

If you note any errors in my submissions please let me know so I can make the correction(s). If an individual is your kin and you want ownership of the particular entry so you can personalize it, let me know and we'll get it done. I personally visit each of these graves and enter the information, that's time, money, effort, feelings involved in each so if they are not your kin I won't be inclined to transfer without a good reason being given to me.

Interested in the following surnames: Mine -HOLLY (LA, MS, AL, TN), WOODRUFF (LA), DOYLE/DOYAL/DIAL (LA), DAVIDSON (LA, AL, GA), BIDDLE (LA), SUTTON (LA), SIMPSON (LA, TX), HOLMES (LA, MS, AL)


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Wylie Blackwell
Carl Edward DuBois
Thank You so much!!!
Added by Wylie Blackwell on May 24, 2015 5:56 PM
Richard Mayo
RE: Chrestmans in Cottonwood
I know what you mean thank you for the transfer's
Added by Richard Mayo on Mar 14, 2015 10:05 AM
Denise Borell
Cemetery in Chenyvile, LA
The cemetery is named Cheny Cemetery. I just discovered tonight that my great grand mother is buried there. I grew up 10 miles from it and never knew. Will be driving up soon.

Denise Borell
Added by Denise Borell on Mar 04, 2015 9:57 PM
Richard Mayo
RE: Cottonwood Cemetery
Thank you for your nice Comment, Have a Great Day and God bless you and your family
Added by Richard Mayo on Feb 25, 2015 7:44 PM
Richard Mayo
Randolph Johnson
His Dad was born in Tenn abt March 1819
died in Wise co Texas abt 1901, he is susposto be buried in Cottonwood Cemetery Wise co Texas

United States Census, 1880
Place: Precinct 6, Wise, Texas
Zachariah Johnson M 60 Tenn
Melisa E Johnson Wife F 45 Alabama
Louis F Johnson Son M 19 Alabama
Jesse D Johnson Son M 16 Alabama
Nancy L Johnson Dau F 14 Alabama,
Sarah M Johnson Dau F 9 Alabama
Mary E Johnson Dau F 23 Alabama
Randolph Johnson Son M 24 Alabama
Eliza C Johnson Dau F 11 Alabama

United States Census, 1900
Place: Justice Precinct 6 (voting precincts 23-24), Wise, Texas
Zachariah Johnson Head M 81 Tennessee
Melissa Johnson Wife F 65 Alabama
Sarah M Johnson Daughter F 29 Alabama
Clarence H Johnson Grandson M 14 Texas

Added by Richard Mayo on Feb 25, 2015 2:06 PM
Richard Mayo
Zachariah T. Johnson Memorial# 34556803
is not the Dad of Randolph Johnson
Added by Richard Mayo on Feb 25, 2015 1:56 PM
Richard Mayo
Zachariah T. Johnson Memorial# 34556803
would you please send me the Find A Grave number for his son we are trying to connect over there in wise co, i cant remember it now i think i may have given you his mother's name wrong
sorry about this but thank you
Added by Richard Mayo on Feb 25, 2015 1:52 PM
Richard Mayo
RE: Zechariah T. Johnson,
Not sure sorry about that will keep trying to find his parents
Added by Richard Mayo on Feb 25, 2015 1:41 PM
Mary Collier
RE: Roy Ferris #8852974
No need for transfer. Roy is a first cousin, 2 times removed. I sent you links for his parents, Louis and Viola, through the new editing system. I would appreciate if you would approve those connections. I feel it is so important to link veterans to their families. Thanks for all your work on Findagrave!!!
Added by Mary Collier on Feb 04, 2015 9:36 PM
Milton T Alford
Find A Grave Memorial# 3207298

Thanks for taking such care to photograph this monument. His stepson, Robert Maxey, is buried at West Point and I was trying to link his family. Milton and his wife were married after 1880 and Milton dies before the 1900 census. Your photograph of the monument with the names of his family members was quite helpful as Lieut. Colonel Maxey's obituary only had the married names of his three sisters. Thanks for being a diligent photographer.
Added by SLGMSD on Feb 01, 2015 10:37 AM
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