|Ken Jones (#46784553)|
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Retired university teacher and librarian with interest in Civil War burials and burial practices. Also undertaking to photograph all cemeteries in Erath County, TX, and surrounding counties, then to enter the tombstone information into the database. Many older tombstones are in such shape as to be illegible, so corrections to bad or missing biographical information is welcomed. |
Please make requests for additions, corrections, links, etc., directly from the memorials' "edit" feature rather than here. I'll get to them much faster. (Transfers to direct descendants, please, and not in bulk lots!)
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|Larry Owings||Ranger Cemetery|
My name is Larry Owings, email:email@example.com
Can you tell me where Ranger Cemetery is? I know where Evergreen, Merriman and a cemetery in town is, but this one has only 35 graves. You took a picture of Willis Barton. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for tranferring Ruth Bradford to me.
Cheryl Walters Parr
Added by clparr on Nov 20, 2014 4:57 PM
Thank you for transferring Edwin Ham for me to manage. I really appreciate it!
Added by Lara on Nov 19, 2014 11:55 AM
|James Clair||Maude Bennett Stewart|
Forget the previous message. I now know why the Guest headstone is there. Sorry, Jim
|James Clair||Maude Bennett Stewart|
Ken, you posted a headstone for a Guest at her memorial. I'm sure you wanted to post it elsewhere. Just letting you know. Jim
Thanks for the family transfer. I promise to take care of Emily's Find A Grave memorial. Best, Sonja
Added by Sonja on Nov 11, 2014 9:29 PM
|Jerry Chaney||RE: John and della morgan|
Sorry, my "Bad"....I was thinking of the cemetery in Dublin, not out near Purves...
And....thanks for taking all those pics in the cemetery. I did that for some of the cemeteries in Dublin, DeLeon, Comanche and another little place not too far from Comanche. (Can't remember the place)
Jerry D Chaney
PO Box 1355
Hamilton, Montana 59840
|Loyd W Shipman||Lucinda Frances Brown Shipman|
My name is Wayde Shipman. Lucinda Frances Brown is my great-great grandmother. We have a family legend that she was an illegitimate daughter by a Native American Indian. I have not been able to find any documentation to that effect. Her mother was from Missouri and I did find church records where her mother was excommunicated from a Baptist church for 3 years in the 1850's, presumably due to this child. Just wondering if you know of any records relating to her father or do you simply post the grave records.
|Delilah Barnard||Nathan S. Davis, Jr.|
Nathan S. Davis, Jr., was actually the son of Houston and Ada (Davis) Brooks. He was adopted by Nathan S. and Malinda (McBee) Davis, his maternal grandparents, who are also buried in the same cemetery as Nathan, Jr. Nathan, Sr., and Malinda outlived both their natural born children, and their only grandson.
Delilah Nicely Barnard
|Noveda A Metzger||Obituary for Claude Bretherick Tate Sr|
West End Cemetery, Stephenville, Erath, TX
Going through old papers I found this obit, not related that I can see, don't know why I have it!
----No source or date noted: "Graveside services for Claude B Tate Sr, 87, of 1511 Marlandwood Road in Temple will be at 11 a.m. Monday at West End Cemetery in Stephenville with the Rev. Emil Becker officiating. -- "He died Thursday in a Temple hospital. -- "Mr. Tate was born in Crenshaw, Miss., to Louis Franklin and Mattie Ethel Bretherick Tate. He attended public schools in Stephenville and received his bachelor of science degree fro the University of Oklahoma. He received a master's degree from the University of Texas. -- "Mr. Tate was a certified public accountant, public school teacher and administrator having taught in Wichita Falls and Eliasville. He was a former superintendent of schools in Riesel. He taught on the college level at Texas State College for women in Denton and Baylor University in Waco. -- "Mr. Tate was a member and former grand master of the Masonic Lodge in Reisel and worked for many years for the state of Texas in various positions. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Waco. -- "He was preceded in death by his wife, Emma Tate, in 1982. -- "Survivors are a son, Dr. Claude B Tate of Temple; two daughters, Frances Clare LeBleu of Rotan and Carolyn Carter Hathorn of Houston; a brother, Louis Franklin Tate of Justin; two sisters, Mabel Tate Bridges of Lubbock and Frances Tate Chandler of Brownwood; 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. -- "Harper-Talasek Funeral Home of Temple is in charge of arrangements." ------ Birth & death to follow.
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