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William Boone (#46548284)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in genealogy for the last 16 years. It's amazing how much information is available if you only know where to look. I have found connections with relatives at this site which would otherwise be difficult. Though genealogy is one of my interests, I am a physician by profession and live in the town of Rockwall, Texas.
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Dorothy Varnell
RE: Couch Graves in Lonoke, Arkansas
Hello!

First, you are so welcome, I am always happy to get photos, and wish I could still get out there and do it like I once did. If however you learn of more kin out here in Lonoke County who haven't photos, let me know and I will make every effort to get them.

I had to look back in my messages to see who it was who requested the Couch photos, and it isn't anybody at all local. Jerry Champion (#47105205) lives out in Florida. You might contact him, he does have plenty of Couch kinfolk, but I don't know what degree of kinship he might be to your great-grandparents.

My husband has Couch direct ancestors on his father's side, but they are way back there in the 1700s and 1600s, from North Carolina, Virginia, and ultimately somewhere in England. His great-great-great-grandmother is Ann Couch, 1773-1840, born NC, died in Linden, Christian Co., Missouri. You can check out what little I so far have on K's Couch kin by clicking on the link to my website at the bottom of the bio on my contributors page. No password is necessary for visitors to see the deceased on my trees.

Glad to hear from you, and again, you're sure welcome for the photos.

Take care and God Bless! - Dee☼
Added by Dorothy Varnell on Sep 14, 2013 3:16 PM
TLH
Ronald Joy photo request
I would be happy to fill your photo request, however, can you contact Grove Hill cemetery and get the burial locations for your requests: 214-381-7118
There are over 307 photo requests and the volunteers can not ask for that many locations.

Your request will get filled with the location information. The cemetery does not like to cooperate with findagrave volunteers.
thanks!
Added by TLH on Jul 31, 2013 7:29 AM
sue
RE: Grave of Nova Lucas o Gainesville, Tx
At this time Find A Grave has over 13,000 burials but there are many more. The division are marked by a wooden post on the southwest corner of the division. Nova's stone is a small flat stone in division 22. Division 22 has a road on the west (by a circle (22)
and 2 other roads in the division and a road east and west in the middle.. Nova is located on the north of the middle road on the first after the circle road. I was there around 5 this afternoon, and we took a picture of his stone. His wife is buried in Division 8. There are 2 Division 8s and this one is north of the other one. The second road that is east of the Chapel/office, go north about 2 roads. She is buried near her family.
Added by sue on Aug 19, 2012 7:51 PM
sue
RE: Grave of Nova Lucas o Gainesville, Tx
Nova is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Gainesville, Texas in Division 22, which is in the south part of the cemetery.

Lemuel Eugene Lucas, better known as Gene Austin, was born June 24, 1900 in Gainesville, located in the Red River Valley of north Texas. He was the only child of Nova and Belle Lucas, both Missouri natives. Nova, the son of George Washington and Kate Lucas, would die in 1943, long after he and Belle were divorced. Belle, the daughter of Alva and Elmansa Hearrel, was a descendent of a famous Shoshone maiden, Sacajawea, her great, great grandmother. Sacajawea - known as the "Bird Woman" and celebrated for her courage, resourcefulness, and good humor - accompanied Lewis and Clark in their expedition from North Dakota to the Pacific Coast, 1800-1806. Belle would die August 3, 1956 and be buried alongside Nova in Gainesville.
Added by sue on Aug 19, 2012 12:42 PM
 

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