|Linda Gilchrest (#46801963)|
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|Hi, I'm Linda. I have been doing genealogy for many years. I am the mom of 6 girls and granma to 11- 6 girls and 5 boys, 3 great grandsons and 1 great granddaughter.|
I enjoy going to cemeteries to take photos. I feel like I am able to repay some of the many RAOK that have been done for me in my quest for family info.
Besides doing genealogy my other hobbies are knitting and crochet, playing games on the computer but most of all I love spending time with my family.
I work as a teachers aide at the local high school. I love children and really enjoy being around them...some days more than others...(smile). I find it heartwarming and exciting when they learn a new concept and I feel
blessed to have witnessed the event.
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|Sylvia Barber||Smith Name|
I was looking and seen there are 3 or 4 sites that are unnamed. Are they all Smiths? Im looking for a Philip Monroe (PM) Smith. Is there any way to find out who they are? Are they possibly back in 1900's?
Thank You, Sylvia Barber Rodriguez
|Richard Mayo||RE: James W Blair|
Not a close relative
James W. Blair Memorial# 16056032would you mind connecting him to his wife Mary J. Blair Memorial# 16056011
|patricia s||Hiram Berry Rogers Chalk Mountain, TX|
Hiram is my Direct Relative. He is my 2nd Great Grandfather. I would appreciate if you would transfer the profile. Thank you so much for posting it.
|Bob Joe||RE: sandhill cemetery|
Thank you for your help.
Added by Bob Joe on Dec 13, 2014 3:13 PM
|Bob Joe||sandhill cemetery|
Thank you for all the work you do. My question in where in Comanche co. Is sand hill cemetery, what town is it by. Thank you again bob joe.
Added by Bob Joe on Oct 09, 2014 2:23 PM
I cannot thank you enough for your service.
|Linda Nix (Winn) Black||Nelson|
Linda, Thanks for the Nelson family transfers. I appreciate you help. Linda
|mary beth marchant||Norman Woods|
Norman Woods body was not taken from Perote Prison and reburied anywhere. His father's body along with others from the Salado Massacre were taken and reinterred on Monument Hill in Fayette County, Texas. There is only a memorial stone placed at the foot of Jane Boyd Wells Woods tombstone to commemorate Norman. I would appreciate it if you would please correct this error. Norman Woods and Jane Boyd Wells Woods were my gg grandparents through their daughter Sarah Boyd Woods Insall who married Robert Wholeship Insall. They were my great grandparents.
|Glynnda Kennedy Wesson||Ruth Henderson|
Thank you for transferring her memorial into my care. Am gathering data on her family for my best friend in high school. Our goal is to have their Clan linked on Find A Grave.
Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the transfer of E.L. Bond my grand great Uncle his wife mem #15559664 is Margaret E. Nelms Bond b. in 1850 Georgia also.
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