I was born in Hunt Co., Texas Near Money Cemetery near Tidwell Community, Hunt Co., Tx. Just north of Greenville, Tx. I lived in Hunt Co. till 1981 until I Married my wife. Then I moved to Leonard, Fannin Co., Tx. I am a retired truck driver and am working on my family tree of the Isham's, Stevens, Sanders. I like doing what I am doing taking photos of head stones and the such. If I can help one person find a long lost relative it will put a smile their faces it will be worth all the time and effort.
I served two years in the U. S. Army of which 13 months 7 days and 15 hours 43 minutes was served in Quinhon, Vietnam with Company "A" 19th Combat Engineer Co. 35th Engineer Battalon, but who was counting.
I am a 100% disable Veteran, thankful for being alive.
I'm happy to make corrections and additions on anything I put in; however, PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" BUTTON and "SUGGEST A CORRECTION". I won't respond to straight e-mails other than to write & ask that you use the "Edit" button. I respond daily to these kinds of requests. I gladly make transfers if you are related & I am not ... but please let me know your relationship to the person.
Please list your "source" for any additions you send.
No need to ask permission if you want to use my photos for personal use. I would appreciate a note if you intend on putting them anywhere else on the internet and of course give proper credit when using one of my photos. For Transfers please use the Edit button for transfers to be made.
James Douglass Robertson FYI: Information from Application for Civil War Pension applicant Jeffersonia Robertson states James Douglass Robertson died November 12 1910. Her application was approved in 1913.
Find A Grave Memorial #28224587. Sorry I had to contact you by message. Find A Grave would not allow me to send a message until I checked the "I am not a robot" box. I could not get it to appear....only "What is this?" would show up.
Also, Rebecca Jeffersonia Smith was his only spouse. She spelled his middle name as Douglass.
Thanks so much and sorry for the imposition of contact.
Fayrene passed away yesterday. I would like to request a transfer. I am a cousin, not a direct descendant, but Fayrene is someone near and dear to me - we have been close many years.
FYI - she was also a dedicated historian and genealogist. For many years, she has maintained the the Kelsey Museum in the old Kelsey School House at her own expense. Lots of interests in common between her and me - never tired of her company.
The memorial marker you created the memorial from listed her name as Fayrene Hardman. Her husband died many years ago, and she has been known since about 1970 only as Fayrene Bonebrake. I went ahead and created a new memorial under the Bonebrake surname because many people only know her by that name.
Fayrene is a significant member of the Kelsey community, and until now probably the greatest living historian. I expect someone, perhaps myself, will write a substantial biographical profile about her for Find A Grave.
Claude "Brother" Walker Claude "Brother" Walker buried at Swan, Tx., Smith Co. The Hopewell Cem. (1198 interned) that you show him to be buried at is an all white cemetery. There is a older black cemetery "Hopewell Community Cem" next to the Hopewell Cem. Also there is a "Hopewell Church Cem. on the same road about a mile away. I found Claude Walker's sister " Roverline Walker Brown Find A Grave#46993146" buried at Evergreen Memorial Park Cem. in Tyler, Tx. This is mostly black. (Shirley Kirkley Find A Grave#47989791) email@example.com
Photo - Monnie Ruth Oliver - 34372871 I am requesting to use the photo of Mutt for her record on FamilySearch.org. Her ID number there is LJ2W-NXV in case you want to look at it. I've just begun adding information to her page and a photo would be a great asset. Thanks so much. firstname.lastname@example.org Sheila Anne Huff Harrison Long time family friends with the Copeland family.