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Jim Ogburn M.D. (#47718359)
 member for 3 years, 9 months, 20 days
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Bio Photo Pathologist, Founding Partner of Eastern Texas Pathology Laboratories, L.L.C. in Athens, Texas.

Adjutant, Major W. H. "Howdy" Martin Camp #1241, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Athens, TX.

Strong interest in American History and genealogy.
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 • 27 Memorials Managed
 • 40 Photos
 • 3 Photo Requests
 • 234 Virtual Flowers
 • 4 Virtual Cemeteries
 • 255 Sponsorships
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Photo Request for Dr. James R. Stovall
Dear Dr. Jim Ogburn,

In response to your request, a memorial for Dr. James R. Stovall has been previously created showing his resting place at Rose Hill Cemetery in Terrell, Texas in Kaufman County. This original memorial #36704286 highlights a biography and shows several family relationships.

Similarly, a memorial for his wife -- Mary Elizabeth "Eliza" Thigpen Stovall -- has also been previously created at the same cemetery. The original memorial for her is #19456694.

A photo of the couple's companion headstone has been successfully captured by another contributor, along with other photos at the gravesite and the cemetery gate.

Please be aware that duplicate memorials have been posted for them (#143582667 and #143582875), respectively. After extensive research in the USGS's GNIS website and in the city/county records, the cemetery named in these duplicate FAGM memorials does not exist in Dallas County. (I have also sent notes to the original and duplicate contributors communicating the same about the Stovalls' memorials. I am working on sending notes to the other contributors as well as the FAGM administrator to bring their attention to memorials noted in this non-existent cemetery.)

Warmest regards,

FindingOutLott Contributor 48513572

Added by FindingOurLott on Oct 09, 2015 1:49 PM
Jimmy Davis
Naomi and Stephen Davis
Thank you for sponsoring these two memorials.
Added by Jimmy Davis on Jun 15, 2015 6:49 AM
Joshua Ellis
Robert Roberson
Thank you for sponsoring the page for Robert F. Roberson.
Added by Joshua Ellis on Jun 06, 2015 7:21 PM
J.L. Cantrall
Thank you very much for sponsoring the memorial page of J.L. Cantrall
Added by AncestorHunter on May 01, 2015 1:12 PM
William Choate
Thank you so much for sponsoring the memorial page of William Choate.
Added by AncestorHunter on May 01, 2015 1:10 PM
Mounterville and Elizabeth Woodward
Jim, thank you for sponsoring Mount and Elizabeth's memorials. I appreciate your support!
Added by ajfwoodard on Apr 16, 2015 7:22 AM
Isham Davis Woodard
Thank you for sponsoring his memorial.
Added by Freda on Apr 16, 2015 5:40 AM
Sue K
Rev James Wesley Felts
Hello. I hope you might be able to assist me in my search for relatives of the above please. I am working on the David William Felts line out of Mississippi. I'd like to locate relatives. Thank you, Sue K, Seattle from Upshur County, Texas
Added by Sue K on Mar 20, 2015 9:22 PM
RE: William McLane
Dr. Ogburn,
I have just now received the invitation dated May, 2012 to attend my Great Grandfather, William McLane's dedication for his service in the Confederacy. I did visit Fincastle in the summer and noticed the nice marker next to his traditional one.

Thank you so much for the remembrance,
Deborah Hamilton
Fairfield, Texas
Added by Private on Sep 08, 2014 7:20 PM
Wayne Smith
Sp Am War veteran
Howard Hanson, Find A Grave# 70674222, Poynor Cemetery.
Added by Wayne Smith on Jul 30, 2014 2:31 PM
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