|Perry L. Williams (#47477967)|
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There is so much history found in the graves of this great country. I have always had an interest in the stories found in the old graves in the isolated pastures and small graveyards located across the West. It is my pleasure to be a part of a group doing organized research that helps all interested people to further their knowledge in this field.|
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|Sharon Soileau||RE: Ross Clark|
Your welcome I may swap with a better one tomorrow.
|leisa dunn (lewis)||Perry M. Lewis|
How in the world did you find these pictures of my father? I don't even have them!!
Leisa Lewis Dunn
|Leona Henderson||RE: Darrell balmer|
Thank you for the compliment--please feel free to use as you wish for your family history.
|CryptoGrammy||RE: Pitts photo|
You're welcomed, Perry!
|LADONNA GREER COLLETT||Leon Kingsdon|
Thank you for the bio you sent, it has been added.
|Sharla||RE: Gardner photos|
You are most welcome. I was given permission to post on Find A Grave from a lady who had taken the pictures.
I noticed you post pictures and you might like this site to preserve your pictures for future generations:
Texas Gravestone Photo Project
Keep up the great work.
Added by Sharla on Mar 15, 2015 11:42 AM
|Lori Johnson||Edward Lee Carter 8189394|
May I have permission to use your grave photo in my private family tree?
|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||RE: Workmans in Plainview|
You are welcome. I always hate it when there is no marker. Everyone deserves that. You might want to remove the photo request for them.
|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||Workmans in Plainview|
These graves are unmarked. You can view the information by pasting this link in your browser:
|kaci cross||RE: Louis Shobert|
I am just now getting around to thanking you for linking him to his father.
It is much appreciated.
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