|Tina DeLong (#47240562)|
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I am a Genealogist for the G.W. DeLong Family in Texas as well as the Auxiers, Williams, Williamson, Bowen and others. I have been doing research for over 27 years. I and my father and the Tom Green County Historical Commission are working to perserve our family Cemetery in Christoval, Tx. I am the great Great Granddaughter of G.W. and Silvina Williams DeLong thru their son Samuel Marion. and welcome any questions on these families. I have pictures of the DeLong Cemetery in Christoval. If you need any information on the DeLong Family or the Cemetery, Please Email Me. I am willing to transfer to family members.|
I am have worked on the MERTZON CEMETERY in Irion County Texas, If you have any information I can add to the memorials in this cemetery please let me know. Thank you to the Irion County Historical Society for the use of their book "Irion County History" C 1978.
If you have relatives in Fairmount Cemetery in San Angelo, please check with them for any questions you may have on finding graves in that cemetery as information may have changed.
Thank you to Sue McPeek for your help on the Christoval Cemetery picture project! you rock!!
If you have relatives in the Fort McKavett Cemetery please send me an email with their histories, so we can put them together so we know the lives of the people in the cemetery. all will be given to the Fort for Cemetery records Thank
If you know of a Cemetery in Schleicher County that needs to be recorded please let me know, I will be working with the Texas Historical Commission on Schleicher County Cemeteries to preserve the Counties cemeteries. Please if you are looking for Barnhart cemetery it is in to places Barnhart and Rest Haven in Irion County and the unknowns in Barnhart may be listed on another entry
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|Addie Ratliff||RE: dabneys|
You're very welcome. I'm glad to let a family member take care of their loved ones' memorials.
|Amanda Canion||RE: Arden|
That's Ok! Just wanted to make sure of the dates before I went any further :)
|Amanda Canion||Hi Tina!|
Regarding the email sent to me about John Arden. I think there is a typo but I dont know which date it is... Was he born in the 1800's and died in the 1900's? I tried to google him but didnt pull anything up. I included the email you sent so you can see what I am saying :)
this is the Arden that Arden, Irion County Texas is named for, He died in San Angelo, Texas on March 26, 1881. I believe the only census I have Found for him right now he was born in 1884 but I have to do more research as I am working on the Arden Cemetery for the Texas Historical Commission Cemetery program, may send more later! glad to see you again!
|Addie Ratliff||RE: dabney|
I am not related to any Dabneys.
If you want me to transfer management of your uncle's memorial to you, I will. Go to his page and request it through the edit tab.
|John Bracchi||RE: Elsie Arden Brickell|
Yes to all. She is the daughter of John and Kathryn N. (Kerrigan) Arden and sister to Oliver and John R. John died before 1900 (Kathryn was widowed) and Kathryn died 18 Nov 1935 in Alameda County, CA. Son Oliver lived in Alameda County from 1930 until his death in 1941. No Find A Grave listings for him or Kathryn. Hope this helps.
Why don't I see Ardens in the Arden Cemetery?
|Cheryl Selman Gill||RE: winn family|
|Cyndy Myers||RE: Wilburn Beatty|
Tina, I'm sorry I can't help you. Death records for the most part were not mandatory until 1928. There were scarcely any records before 1910. The very fact that he does have a crude cement marker, indicates that he was most likely buried in the Vivian cemetery. His marker was made by pouring cement into a form as the letters were raised and not etched. That took time and know-how and probably would have cost the family something to have it done at that time. Maybe you could locate family records of some sort. I do have copies of the Womack Funeral home record, for that early and there was one James David Beaty 9 days old died or buried Feb. 11, 1904. He was buried in the Crowell Cemetery. Those days, often the family took care of their own burial arrangements, especially in the remote communities. If you have a contact in Crowell, Texas, you might have them check the Foard County death records for that time. I don't have them. I have the State index, but that only means that if a doctor attended him, he may or may not have registered his death with the state. Sometimes they did and sometimes they didn't until 1928.
|Lea Roberts||RE: Union Hatchett|
Thanks so much and I hope to see the picture soon.
|Wanda Karr Ellerbee||RE: Kenny|
Tina, you are going to have to be more specific. I do not understand your question. Thanks.
DOB is not a fit for me.
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