|John Armstrong (#46567031)|
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John James Armstrong was born in Amarillo, Potter County, TX, the son of David Clinton and Anna Marie (Goranson) Armstrong. He was reared on the family farm out from Panhandle, Carson County, TX. John graduated from Panhandle High School and The University of Texas at Austin with a BS degree in Pharmacy. He resided in MD and AL as a pharmacist for the U.S. Public Health Service. He resigned his commission and returned to Greenville, TX, where for a year he pursued a MS degree in computer science becoming a graduate school dropout. He continued his pharmacist career with McGaughey, Revco, Eckerd, and Super 1 Foods & Discount Pharmacy|
His genealogy interest was inspired by an aunt, Gladys Mae Armstrong (1900-1991), in the late 1970's. From there the interest has grown more into assisting others in their research where he can rather than doing research on his family. His particular interest is in newspaper indexation as shown in a way with the Website address. The photo is from a few years back... To God be the Glory, Great Things He Has Done!
Go to the memorials and click on Edit, then click on suggest a correction. You can request the transfer there. An email will be sent to the person maintaining the memorial along with the memorial # and your contributor #.
Be aware that this "contributor 47317082" may usurp a memorial you created either by copying it in toto or by stealing your photos with editing for "her" memorial leaving "duplications". She has also been known to create a new memorial for an existing one which was lacking a date of death; she then requests that findagrave merge your memorial into hers which they do removing you as the original submitter. I do not participate in findagrave to compile a large number of memorials; I do it to help others. Apparently, and in contrast, BettyJ is of the same ilk as Hillary Clinton. Enough said.
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B. Darrow, Bernard-Trigg, Deborah Parker, Gena Forsyth, Jackie M. Isham..., jenn, Joyce Edgar Phi..., Leaton Clark, Linda Stoddard, M. L., Nancy Jane Faul..., Patricia Robert..., Randy Hooten, Richard and Mar..., Sarah Locklin T...
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|R. L. Vaughn||Emily Frances Foster Holleman|
John, thanks so much for the bio/obit for Emily Holleman.
|Christopher Gentry||Ruby Moses-Calk Lambright|
There is another memorial with Ruby's Gravestone.
Here is the Information
Find A Grave Memorial# 24784469
You and the other creater may want to combine your memorials They have the grave stone and you have the obituary.
|Marilyn (Cauley) Wyatt-Serian||RE: Magness Lakey 102455045 & 101375986|
Thank you I contacted the other contributor, to see if she will remove hers. Magness was my mothers Brother.
|Never Forgotten||Bill Terrell 113461733|
John, may I transfer the Terrell memorial to you? Thank you for the work that you do that helps make the world a better place. I remember the hours that you spent in the back room of the courthouse digging through records to help other searchers that were unable to travel to Hunt County.
|Elaine Satterwhite||Velva Long Salas|
First & more importantly, I see from your picture, you have served in our military. Thank you for your time spent in the defense of our great USA. You are greatly appreciated. And now thank you for the info you furnished regarding Velva's marriage.
|Jackie M. Isham, Sr.||BettyJ|
John I love your comment.
|William Boone||George and Matilda Witt|
Thank you for your dedication to find-a-grave. You've done an outstanding service for those looking for family members. I did see your photograph for George Witt's grave and his flat surface marker, but I did not see that his wife Mathilda on your site. I am at the cemetery now and I've been searching; however, the cemetery is quite large to find such a small marker I am curious if you can give me some kind of direction where you saw George's and perhaps his wife's marker?
|Carolyn Allen||Callie Azalea Moore Beene|
Thank you for linking her to her mother and adding information that may help her descendants discover more of their family history . Also thank you for all your work you have done as a volunteer for findagrave.com .
Thank you for linking Jewell (Gipson) Hart to her husband. Also, I thank you for adding all the obits that you have.
Added by Jude on May 18, 2016 10:48 AM
|lifeinperspective||Lonnie and Velma Arey|
I was wondering if I could use the photo you took in Forest Park Cemetery in my family tree (attributed to you of course). Thanks for the work you've done and thanks in advance!
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