|Nelda Brown||RE: Hunter Brown, Memorial #69150668|
Thank you. I will update the family information.
|Nelda Brown||Hunter Brown, Memorial #69150668|
The date of death is May, not March. Will you kindly correct.
Spouse is Obera Cox Brown (1899-1968).
Children: Myrna Jane Brown (1922-?) and Peggy M. (1924- ?)
Parents: James Francis Brown and Meakey Jane Vaughn Brown
Thank you so very much for your quick response and clear photos of Fredia Mae Byrd-Miller.
Added by Babs on Oct 20, 2016 12:04 PM
|Barry Henline||Passmore Sloan White|
Thank you for the photo of the headstone of my maternal great-grandfather. Clear, sharp and well lit.. perfect!
Thanks so much for the photos of George and Opal Rudisill! Great photos, and can be clearly read.
Would it be okay if I post the photos on my Ancestry page for them?
|katmis||RE: Jennie Cooper|
Yes, Jennie Cooper was his 2nd wife.
Added by katmis on Aug 27, 2016 11:52 AM
|Theresa Kelley||Winks Werner and her dad|
Hi lee, I was at the cemetery today trying to locate the grave markers and wondered if you could give me a better idea of where in that corpse of trees they are located. I found the Avery's but no one else. Thanks
|K&V Grammer||Grammer family|
Are you related to the Grammer family?
Do you know where Marion Grammer is buried?
Is this Francis Marion Grammer who was married to Elizabeth Rhyne?
My husband would be Marion Grammer's distant nephew.
Marion Grammer's brother, Andrew Grammer was my husband's great-grandfather.
We have been trying to research the family.
Any info you could provide would be truly appreciated.
Please email email@example.com
The email attached to our find a grave is not working at the moment.
|Mary Gourley||Allie L Wallace|
Thank you for posting this photo of this headstone.
It appears in the photo that there is some inscription at
the bottom of the stone.....
Can you tell me what it says ?
Mary Jean Gourley
|noma woodall||RE: Elmara Hays|
Thank you, for the picture. Do you live close to Heber Springs. I have a lot of family buried there. I do live in Heber and have just recently started doing family research. Elmara is my GGgrandmother. I am trying to link her with her parents who are buried in Alabama. Thanks, Noma
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