I love to go to cemeteries and walk among the headstones and wonder about the ones who lie beneath the sod. I am currently photographing cemetery headstones and putting them online. I like to travel when time and money permits. I like "digging" up info to fill in a blank space of an ancestor whether mine or someone else's. .
My daughter Lorelei helps too. I couldn't do what I do without the help of my family members. They are priceless.
Would love for you to visit and leave flowers at my virtual cemeteries..especially the one for Mervil Lee Short in Restland Memorial Park Cemetery in Bishop, Nueces Co., Tx A Marine Veteran who served in the Vietnam War - his memorial number is 25736908
My research of my family includes Swearingen, Westfall,Short, Brinkley, Crawford, Lynch, Ross, Andress, Brown, Glasco, Defore/Defoor, Donaho, Isaacs/Isaacks and many others.
I also try to research on my granddaughter's side of her father's family. Locklear, Cochran, Richardson, Williams, Horton, Weems and Wolfe
You are welcome to copy any headstone photos I have placed on any memorial. I do not believe in a "copyright" on headstone photos as they are accessible to the public in most any cemetery. I would appreciate being notified you have done so. Thanks
additions to Barbara Nell Braswell Warren I noticed while looking at my grandmothers bio that there are only a few of the children listed. This is the current list Jerry Warren Woodie "Chuck" Warren Theo Warren Taylor Ronald "Runt" Warren Sam Warren Ona Lee Warren Gresham Verla Warren Coe Arnold "A.J" Warren Berleen Warren Also, Barbaras husbands name was Lissus Gean Warren instead of Gene Lissus. Thank you for providing all of us with the information you have gathered. You've done a great job.
Robert Benjamin Cummins # 51960528 Thank You for making his memorial! He was my cousin's g-g-grandpa. Unfortunately, my ciusin died last year. I'm trying to finish linking his Cummins people to one another...for his & their sakes. I will send you a fascinating link that tells of Richard Benjamin Cummins' "town" he founded in the late 1800's near Sterling City, TX. There's a historical marker there. Perhaps, it could be linked to him & his wife, "Janie Cummins" # 55047171. I believe you have both memorials. ~ Lynda (LABG & cousin to the Cummins family)
Grandfathers Burial Thank you so much for what you are doing. I have searched for Years to find my grandfathers burial. He passed before I was born and my parents have also passed. There was literally no one to ask for information. So Thank you from the bottom of my heart.