|Cheryl Cartwright (#47690711)|
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I have been doing research in my East Texas area for 30+ years and I love it! I have many resources that I use and am willing to help my fellow researchers in any way I can. I am researching Sanders, Welch, Page, Gunnels, Hooper, Roberson, Young, Hereford and McNair lines in the East Texas area and beyond. My husbands lines are Cartwright, Forrest, Walker, Freeman, Ivy, Baldree and Drawhorn. I have extensive information on these lines and have knowledge of many of the old generations of other names in the area. Just contact me if I can help you in your search. Happy Hunting!|
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|Marianne B||James Riherd headstone photo in Iowa|
Thank you for adding the photo of the headstone for James Walker Riherd from the Aspen Grove Cemetery in Burlington, Iowa. He is the great grandfather of a friend of whom I am doing her family tree.
All the best, Marianne
|Virginia Wilson Bailey||Elizabeth Betsy Tatum Passmore|
Elizabeth married William Jasper O'Banion Jan. 12, 1841 at age 17 in Wilkinson County, Georgia. To this union 1 son, Jesse Lee O'Banion was born, Feb. 14, 1842 in Wilkinson County, Georgia. Elizabeth divorced William in 1846 in Wilkinson County, Georgia. He deserted Elizabeth and Jesse and moved from Wilkinson County, Georgia to Monroe, Alabama. William's parents were, William O'Banion and Polly Bargainer.
Elizabeth later married, Stephen Passmore and moved to Barbour County, Alabama. She had seven children by Stephen Passmore. They moved from Alabama to the Bland Lake Area of San Augustine County, Texas. They donated the land for the Antioch Church and Cemetery. The church served as a school at one time.
Elizabeth was born in 1824 in Wilkinson County, Georgia and died after the 1880 Census of San Augustine County, Texas.
Elizabeth is my great-great-grandmother. I placed a picture of her on her memorial page. That is the only picture that I can find of her.
Thanks Cheryl for the memorials.
|KD Burleson||RE: Bonnie Mundy|
Your welcome.....Very nice, well kept cemetery that I enjoyed walking around.
|Andrea Hooe Raum||Gary Mack Fitzgerald Obituary|
|Juanita Chrz||Aaron Harris|
Thank you for the wonderful picture. Juanita Chrz
|Memory Ghost||Gerald Dwyane Ward 1955-1955|
First I would like to personally thank you for the job you have done on many of the memorials for my family, there were many that I saw and they had info. I didn't even know about. You have gone above and beyond, I was wondering if you would transfer my uncles memorial to me. I would love to add much information to his memorial, memorial # 107932513. Thank you for the consideration.
|Sandra||Viola Wiggins Sullivan|
Cheryl, I am asking you to remove your posting of Annie Viola Wiggins, Providence Cemetery, Ringgold LA. She is my grandmother. I would like to post some pictures and family information and I can't do this on your posting. I don't know who asked you to post the information, but please remove it. I do not want her obituary attached to the posting.
Added by Sandra on May 31, 2016 4:11 PM
|Virginia||Mariah E. White 114407172|
Good morning Cheryl,
This SAC suggestion was sent April 11, 2016.
This memorial is a duplicate to this memorial.
Maintained by: Bill Boyd
Originally Created by: Herald
Record added: May 30, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8848872
Please post your photo to it and remove this memorial.
Thanks for your help.
Added by Virginia on May 26, 2016 6:28 AM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Bethel Brick|
FYI- great article on this church at website "Historic Rural Churches of Georgia ". gail
|PBadtram||RE: Princess Maddie Pic Re-take|
You're very welcome! Those beautiful sunny days are great to be out looking for markers, but they DO play heck with your pictures! Patty
Added by PBadtram on Apr 15, 2016 8:28 PM
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