|Jean Clark (#47296188)|
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|I am sad to report that my husband Keith passed away January 2. We will have a memorial for him in May and lay his ashes to rest near our special granddaughter in Eufaula, OK.|
For now I am not in a position to take photos because I am in a Jazzy chair and cannot go to the cemetery and take pictures until I can interest someone else to go with me. When things settle down and I can get some help then I will be happy to take photos again. We really enjoyed our times taking pictures to share with others.
One thing remains the same:
If there is anything that we have posted (obits, pictures, memorials, etc.) that you could use in your genealogy research please feel free to use them. We only post the information in hopes that family members will find something useful.
God bless everyone. Keep on hunting.
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This memorial is for my mother and I have already created one for her. Please delete yours as no one knows my mom better than I, nor loves her any stronger. I appreciate your efforts in making this, but feel it's mine to do. Thank you.
|Janice Edens Pilling||Find A Grave Memorial# 91813845 for Laura Josephine Moneyhun Brown|
This memorial is for Laura Josephine Moneyhun Brown- wife of Thomas East Brown and daughter of Nicholas Mitchell Moneyhun. Some of the dates have been put wrong on the memorial. She was born in 1870 and died in 1914. Thank you for posting the pictures and memorial information. You can see what I am saying. Her birth should be 6 May 1870 and death 23 July 1914. The only number which is totally wrong is the birthdate. The marker says the 1st- but family records say May 6, 1870 is her birth. There is always a chance family records may be incorrect, but the stone mason may have made a mistake also. I think that since 1 is on the stone and all the other information is there, just put wrong, I would edit this to be Laura Josephine Moneyhun Brown
born 1 May 1870- died 23 July 1914.
|Kmoore50||Photos you have taken|
You were kind and took photos of 4 children's graves, which I have questions about. The photos were all done 2012, in the Liberty Hill Baptist Church Cemetery. I am hoping you live close by the area. I am sure you would not recall, least I know I would not, if when you took the pictures if the graves were all next to each other. I would rather not list the memorial numbers here, but if you could email me I will be happy to give them to you. email@example.com
P.S. I am sorry for the loss of your husband, was that this year? I do not want to be a bother to you, I will understand if you cannot help me. Thanks
Added by Kmoore50 on Mar 19, 2016 2:19 PM
|Ron McCollum||Memorial# 48858752|
Hi, the photo on this memorial actually belongs on a different Samuel Gawf memorial.
|Samuel Kirk||Qrlley Turner|
Would you please transfer O.L. Dock Turners Memorial to me, He is my grand father, Ill take good care of it. Thank you so much. Sam Kirk
|John Edward Eichorn III||Name correct?|
Appears that the name is Dora Mettfford Hill in the memorial photo and not Mary Metfford Hill. Is Dora a nickname?
Thanks for your time to review this.
You've placed a headstone photo on Samuel Gawf's memorial #48858752 that is for someone else. Could you please remove it? Thanks.
|Linda Carpenter Shindler||Hoyle Sisk in Kansas Vet Cemetery in Winfield|
I received your e-mail and have transferred management to you. I lived nearby and took photos and made memorials; I'm not related. Linda
|Catherine Cramer||Bailey Bruce Arwood|
Hi! First off, I hope your treatment is going, or went well! It's hard to be away from doing research that we love, so I'm sure its a frustrating time for you, physically and work-wise. I send you my best in a healthy recovery.
I'm having trouble placing this gentleman in a cemetery and believe he is related. He passed in 1925, and his first wife is buried in the old Morristown Cemetery. His children, who grew up in Anniston AL, are buried there. The paper that had his obituary and a followup thank you from the family said his body would arrive in Morristown on the Memphis train to be buried in the city cemetery by the Masons. But the person who did the survey of that cemetery says there is no record of him. The Edgemont cemetery in Anniston, where he is actually listed, has no record of him in their office. Any idea if he might be buried with your Arwood's?
Appreciate any help! Again, sending you good thoughts on your recent health issues!
|C. Kyle Barnett||Atkins family|
Do you know who Carl Atkins parents were?
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