|Renee Werth (#18989644)|
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I was a volunteer for the Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness Website for Oklahoma City cemeteries hosted by Rootsweb.com. I was blessed with all that volunteers from that site helped me with. |
I love genealogy and my dream job would be to work with Ancestry.com in documention preservaton.
In March 2013 I helped host a Felts Family Reunion in Americus, Georgia. It was for the descendants of George G. Felts and Cinthia Lucretia Blackshear.
On 20 October 2013, several cousins - Shawn Pearson, Dana Pearson, Carlton Kite and his fraternity brothers, Alan Anderson (Sumter County, Georgia historian) and myself located and helped clean the Blackshear Family Cemetery that had not been cleaned in probably 3 to 4 decades.
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Ann Williams Da..., Brenda A. Darby..., Caryn Hood, Cat Pillow, Freda, Jeff, Joz, Judi Pantano, Leslie Tucker, Lynn G., Merf, Michael Dover, Reynolds Ansley, Richard B. Tuck...
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|Lloyd Pruitt||Nicholas and Arrena Beck|
Thanks so much for providing the photo of Nicholas and Arrena (Brown) Beck's headstone. Your efforts are greatly appreciated! I have sent an edit to the creator of the memorial asking her to correct the spelling of Arrena's name---hopefully she will accept the edit.
Again, Thank you very much!
Lloyd Pruitt, Jr.
|Leslie Tucker||Genevra Story Wimberly, Jean, & James I. Wimberly|
Thank you so much for providing these photos of my great-grandparents & little great granduncle! I had been waiting for so long for them, I'd decided that they were unmarked. That cemetery is several hundred miles from me, & due to illnesses and deaths in my family, I've been unable to make the trip there to see for myself. Now their memorial is complete. I really appreciate your efforts.
|Linda||RE: Plato-Lynch Cemetery|
I did them from one of the Texas County Cemetery books.
Added by Linda on Apr 05, 2015 10:38 AM
|Michael Webster||Dr. R. B. Lynch|
Thank you so much for the photo of the grave. We truly appreciate your good work.
|Caryn Hood||RE: George S. Squires|
Sorry, no, I do not have any more information on this memorial. I was just up there taking pictures.
|Karen Krugman||Elbert O. Ansley|
Could you please add the following to your listing for Elbert O. Ansley please?
He died in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia of Gastroenteritis after being a prisoner of War. He was captured in Savannah on Dec. 21, 1864 and died in the hospital there May 10, 1865. His body is supposedly interred in Laurel Grove Cemetery Savannah in the Confederate section lot #1465, Grave #2. This is documented in copies of his civil war file.
Elbert was my first cousin (several times removed). Thanks.
Karen Ansley Krugman
Thank you so much for the two graves that you photographed for me.
|Jane Anne Pennington||RE: Bear Creek|
Thank you for your fast response.Route 66 you have to love it. Jane Anne
|Jane Anne Pennington||Bear Creek|
Renee,You're welcome.Thank you for pictures of William Cox,John Archer and Calvin Woodcock.I thought we took pictures of all the markers.Do you have family in this cemetery?The one for William Cox is very pretty and such good condition.Is this the Cox in the names Cox-Burns.My GGfather was Nicholas Burns.I think it probable his first wife Matilda Puckett Burns is in Bear Creek.I think her grave is unmarked unless you got a picture of it also.It is not listed.Thank you again.
|Fran Bundy||Leon Cooper|
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