|Denise Jones (#46505023)|
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Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel and Margaret (Hollingshead) Miller; great-granddaughter of James Columbus and Rhoda Ann (McCommas) Miller; granddaughter of Albert George and Sarah Elizabeth (Pritchett) Miller.|
I've been working on genealogy since 1990. What better place to memorialize those who've departed than Find A Grave?
James Columbus Miller, Jr...
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|carleta latham||luther Forrest Pritchett|
You summitted a picture and made this memorial
are you sure that he is buried in the Bailey cemetery, he is not on the 1995 canvas list.
I am trying to update the Bailey list and take pictures. If you have in information about Luther Forrest Pritchett. his mother nora is buried in the Erin Spring cemetery.
|gisele kurtz mitchell||Vlander Jones OKC|
Hi, My name is Gisele Mitchell and I came across your name and note you left to Celestia and Vlander Jones in Memorial Park in OKC....I am researching my husbands family...His Grandfather, Grover C. Mitchell, married Vlantie Jones. They are buried in Wright City and I put them on Find a Grave...I am guessing that one of their children was named after her mom, Celestia! Their son Fred is my husbands dad. He is buried in Dibble. I would love to hear from you. We live in Okc. Love this site! thanks for your time, G
|virginia||Mary McInroe transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer. It is greatly appeciated. virginia
Added by virginia on Sep 06, 2011 10:14 PM
|Mimi Simpson Davidson||Grove Hill Memorial Park|
Please call them at 214-381-7118 and get a location of the grave site for Elizabeth Reeves and I will gladly go and photograph her tombstone. They are short handed and will not look up the information for anyone other than a relative. I did this for someone else looking and I got the photo that week. Email me with the plot and I will go look and get a photo. Thanks
Denise: Glad to have found your g-grandmother! It was actually a coincidence. I received a photo request for a cemetery I'd never heard of, though it was in my town. While searching for the name, I stumbled across transcripts of several Arlington, Texas papers - random years, but from 1897-1940. What a find! All full of obits. I'm just taking my time (I downloaded the Word documents), browsing through, posting obits as I find time. I was hoping someone would be interested! I'm hoping to also find such a thing for "my" cemetery in Clarksville, Texas. I'm thinking I'll be spending a day in the Clarksville Public Library going through archived newspapers. Take care.
|Nancy Doak||Classmate headstone|
I am so glad I could do this for you. I know it is hard to keep up with your classmates. We lost one to death before our 10th reunion. We have lost touch with two more. I am just so glad I could help you.