|Laura Louise Abernathy Robinson (#46623460)|
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I started researching our family history in the fall of 2000 with some encouragement from my dad. I grew up as the only grandchild living in the same town with both sets of grandparents and one great-grandmother. I had another great-grandmother that lived in Oklahoma until I was in my 30s. My dad's father passed away when I was a teenager and I was not smart enough to ask him all the questions I now wish I had. We only had pieces of information to start our research on. It seems that my grandfather was rasied by his maternal grandparents because his mother died when he was only 7 years old and he was the oldest of 5 children. We also found that our last name was not our actual bloodline. My great grandfather had assumed the name of the family that raised him, because his mother also died when he was an infant. This information is what drives me to continue our family research. In the short time that I have been digging up this information I have found a lot of interesting and fun facts, but most of all I am happy about the other branches of our family I have discovered. It is great when they have photos and information to share. This creates the bond that makes the roots stonger in our family tree.|
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|jean worrell||Joe Abernathy|
9296331 His mother's Mem can you please link. How is Ed doing?
Jean friend and a pass student
|Lona Crowder Rhodes||Grandmother?|
I think Maude Dinkins was maybe my great grandmother. My grandfather was John Percy Dinkins from Bradley Arkansas. My mother has passed on so I don't have any info on her side. Thanks, Lona
|Maria Russell||RE: Abernathy's in Hahl Cem. Duval Co. Tx.|
I have added your wonderful g/parents headstone photo for you.
|Jimmy D. Cross||Laura,,,|
Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving to you and your family God Bless!!
|dis466||9544175 Leander C Barrow|
I have located and have pictures for you. The maximum pictures allowed on the site has been reached.
I will e-mail the pictures to you and you can add/delete as you see fit. The broader pics will let you know where it is located, it's actually very easy to find and the pavilion as a reference will put you on the correct line.
Added by dis466 on Aug 17, 2009 5:10 PM
Hello my sweet little cousin!! Haven't heard from you or your Mom lately. I sure hope all is well with you guys. Would love to hear how all of you are doing. Things are going pretty well here, Mom has been feeling poorly and Aunt Myrna Lou is in the hospital with double pheumonia, she was admitted on Thursday. Betty says they are going to keep her for awhile. Love ya' girl...keep in touch!!
Have a wonderful day!!
Added by Darlene on May 31, 2009 12:28 PM
I really just wanted confirmation that this was the wife of Burge Cooper. I appreciate the information.
Added by eboss on Apr 15, 2009 1:39 PM
No, ma'am, not related. I just love photographing & transcribing cemeteries. I'm happy you located them. I'm still working on Roselawn Memorial. I've been working on it now for several years. No small task, but i'm now over 50% done. Got probably 2 more trips to make there, and then i'll be moving on to some smaller local cemeteries, and then the huge one -- Collins in Alice. eeekkk!!!
I'm still working on Cenizo Hill in San Patricio Co as well. Got 2 more rows to do there & a walkthrough to update my transcription.
Lesson learned - start & finish a large cemetery before starting on another one. LOL
You have a great day. You certainly made mine!
|Jimmy D. Cross||Happy Easter|
Wishing you Lots of Love, and a Blessed Happy Easter!!
|Maria Russell||James T. Abernathy in Medina County, Texas|
Was wondering if you have or missing a James T. Abernathy 1850-1888 in your ancesters. I have a photo of his headstone. His headstone sits under a tree, it is a new one, in a country road in Devine, Texas, Medina County.
I have not entered him in the Findagrave, because I would not know how to enter him, if his headstone is sitting all by itself in private land.
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