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|ruth tillman scurry||Decendents of Alice Faye Walker Merchant|
Husand : Raymond S. Merchant, Children: William (Bill) Merchant, Linnie Merchant Taylor, George Merchant, & Betty Merchant. I Thought you may wish to add to Her gravesite info. thank you
|mitchell wells||RE: Wells at McAdams|
The photo is of George Jr. He is not buried there. He is in Jefferson Barracks.
|John Andrew Meyer||Herod family|
I am a distant relative of the Herod family buried here. I am searching for any information about this
family. In particular Marilyn Herod b 1937. I am distantly related to her husband as well.
|Petty & Pickens||John Edward Jordan|
You may want to use this info.
John Edward Jordan, age 44 of Palestine, passed away Tuesday, January 31, 2006 in Palestine Regional Medical Center – Palestine. Mr. Jordan was born August 7, 1961 in Palestine to James Jordan and Marilyn Herod Johnston. Mr. Jordan was a welder and employed with Westmoreland Coal Company and was a member of the Westmoreland Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife Donna Jordan, of Palestine; mother Marilyn Johnston, of Palestine; son Josh Jordan and wife Celie, of Tyler; sisters Brenda Payne and husband Tommy, of Grapeland, Linda Danson and husband Rob, of Winthrop Harbor, Ill.; brothers Gary Johnston and wife Deannette, Mike Johnston and wife April, all of Palestine, Jamie Jordan and wife Monika, of Grapevine; and two grandchildren Jaycie Jordan and Hunter Rodriguez.
Preceded in death by his father James Jordan; and step-father M. E. Johnston.
Funeral Services for Mr. John Edward Jordan were held Friday, February 3, at 10:00 a.m. at Westwood Baptist Church with the Rev. Rick Dees officiating. Interment followed in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
Bailey & Foster Funeral Home
|Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick||H W ALLEN/Humphrey W. Allen|
This could be an oversite on your part, but H W Allen # 32819623, H W Allen # 32819619
Humphrey W. Allen #32819628 are all your memorials and it is the same man in the same cemetery.
Actually they are all obselete and should be deleted because the first memorial for Humphery W. Allen was created on June 25, 2008.
Yours are all 2011.
|Velma Greer||RE: Baby Herrington|
Thanks, it does.
|Velma Greer||RE: Baby Herrington|
Yes, I would accept a transfer of this page. Are you kin to the Herrington's?
|Velma Greer||Baby Herrington|
I noticed that the photo (and memorial page) for Infant Son Herrington is the only one in Manning-Brimberry Cemetery that you have. Are you related to the Herrington family? I would like to share info with you if you are.
Could you make a link from Infant Son Herrington 32823975 to his parents?
Oscar F. Herrington 58195076
Minnie A. Goolsby Herrington 58195224
Thank you very much,
|Marty Cash||Welsey Chapel Church Marker|
Chapel Church and Cemetery Index Entry: Welsey Chapel Church County: Houston UTM Zone: 15 UTM Easting: 258455 UTM Northing: 3473732 Subject Codes: churches Year Marker Erected: 1987 five miles northwest of Crockett on FM 229, then northeast .2 mile on CR 2130 (Welsey Chapel Cemetery Road)Text: A Methodist church was built here in 1903 and named in honor of John Wesley, founder of Methodism. In 1913 a two-room schoolhouse was erected to replace an earlier one-room structure. The school was consolidated with Latexo in 1949. Both the school and church buildings were destroyed by a tornado in 1953. An adjacent cemetery dates to the 1880s, with the earliest marked graves from 1885. Although regular worship services had ended by 1949, the chapel was rebuilt after the tornado and serves as a gathering place for the cemetery association. If this marker needs to be repainted please contact email@example.com if you can repaint we will provide the paint etc.
|Carol Hoch||effie rawls dearing|
I have a photo of her monument, or you sure you do not want me to add it. Carol Anne Hoch
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