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I hope that the entries I have posted will be that "Needle in the Haystack" someone has been searching for.|
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|pz||Roy Edgar Hickmon|
Thanks for the fast edits. Good work. Peggy
Added by pz on Jun 12, 2016 8:27 AM
Hello, I am the one that emailed you over transferring the Brown memorials that are buried in Zapata. Let me know if you have trouble transferring them to me. Thanks again! Cheryl
|Blaine Barham||Thank You Very Much|
Dear The Lost and Forgotten,
Thank you for making the connections for Robert H Barham Jr. Please let me know the source of the half sibling for Thomas Chester Barham and Robert H Barham. I never knew this. The first wife died in 1912 and Robert H Barham remarried in 1912. This was after the birth of the three sons. Was there another wife? I have the final will for Robert H Barham Sn. and no mention of half siblings or a third wife. It does mention the three sons. Thank you again and I'm very happy you posted this grave. What part of texas is this grave yard located? Where is Robert Jr spouse grave?
Bye for now and have a great day!
|Mary Lou Cervantes||Find a Grave|
Hello my name is Mary Lou Fuentes Cervantes. I am looking for my great great grandmother, her name was Damasia Fuentez. From what I have found out, is that she is buried in a Cameron Cemetery. I don't have any info on her, she may have been born in the 1800's, maybe passed in the late 1800's or early 1900's. Also her daughter, Julia Fuentez, died in 1900's. Damasia's husband, Alejandro Fuentez, we know was buried in Maysfield, Tx. We have a copy of his death certificate. Which states we was buried in The Mexican Cememtery. I would appreciate any help that you can give me. I have been searching a very long time for my family. And I will continue to search for them. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org I would appreciate any help.
Mary Lou Cervantes
|pz||Susie Sinclair Pyatt|
Hi--Thank you for the edit work, much appreciated.
Added by pz on Mar 29, 2016 6:37 PM
|Sandi K ||Mike Savich 150657841|
Thank you so much for the info on this individual. My entries in Oak Park are part of a larger project which was all done from burial cards - largely for those who have a cemetery record but quite probably no tombstone. I did the 'S' portion of alphabet & am not located in IL area. ANY info you might locate or ANY person who wants a transfer of some of these I would be glad to work with. Would love to be able to get more of these memorials detailed & completed in a more meaningful way. Again thanks! Sandi
Added by Sandi K on Mar 20, 2016 12:49 PM
|Amando Gonzalez||Reyes Cemetery|
I'd like to start adding some names to this Cemetery. All the information I have found so far the Cemetery is known as "Los Reyes Cemetery", to include several obituaries and the caretaker of the Cemetery. Would it be possible to change the name to:
Los Reyes Cemetery.
|Jeff Guettler||Memorial # 147276124|
This Memorial "Nora Guettler is my Grandmother and would appreciate your transferring of her memorial to me.
Thanks in advance,
|Robert Welsh||Wrong date for birth|
The correct date is 04 Dec 1869
Could you also transfer this to me as she is my Great-grand Mother?
|Shirley C McKenzie||Charles M Rogers - son Eugene|
I believe this is Chalmers/Chalmos Elton Rogers son of Zachariah & Mary Jane (Earnhart) Rogers. Zachariah was the son of Hiram King Rogers of Tippah & DeSoto Counties, MS. About 1880 Zachariah went to Fannin County, TX. Their lives must have been very difficult for the descendants seemed to know almost nothing about their family. Zachariah's brother, Cornelius Rogers, also went. Their father, Hiram King Rogers, is seen last in the 1880 DeSoto County, MS Census. I am related to this family and have researched them for many years. Thank you for remembering this cousin. Shirley (Cartwright/Rogers) McKenzie.
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