|Sherry McGee (#46853829)|
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I was born in Memphis, TN and have lived here my entire life. I've been widowed for ten years and have a grown daughter. Even though she no longer lives at home, I have a full house with three dogs and five cats. I've always had a fascination in visiting cemeteries. Combining that with my interest in photography and genealogy led me to Find a Grave. My sister and I have been researching our family history on and off for years. While she's concentrated mainly on our mother's side of the family, I've tackled our dad's side. My camera of choice is my old Canon AV-1, but I finally started using a digital which I'm still trying to get comfortable using. In addition to photographing in cemeteries, I capture signage, landmarks and icons around the area since one never knows when a familiar sight will disappear.|
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Bobby and Caro..., Carole McCaig, Denny Hopkins, Eileen, G. J. Bergeron ..., Grave Hoppers, Jamie, JUDY L., Karl Respess, Kim Inboden, L. W. Shell, Mary, Sandra Russell, Sonya"With Love..., Vincent Astor
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|Paula||Julia Ann Richardson Memorial|
Sherry, thanks for transferring my GGGGrandmother's memorial to me. I really appreciate it. Paula
Added by Paula on Dec 10, 2011 6:39 AM
|Vivian Taylor Arendall||Family links|
Can you please link Fred G Southam 17049553 to his father Edwin Southam 8801404 and mother, Esther Gould Southam 57043165. Thank you!
|jane Mangum||Knoblock vs Knobloch|
Did you realize that except for JW and wife- it seems that the name on tombs is spelled Knobloch? (See 1989 St Joseph Book- index of names.) I was also spelling all entries as Knoblock. Jane-
|Barbara Eggleton||RE: Mary Lillian Wilson|
I am so very sorry if you thought that you had upset me as I am so very grateful to you for taking a photo of my birth Grandmothers headstone I cannot tell you how interested I was to see the picture. I was just curious to know whether somebody had asked you to take a photo but they obviously have not this could have possibly have led to some more research. I am now wondering how it was possible that the family could afford the headstone.
I am really most grateful to you for taking the photo it has meant so very much to me to see it. If you ever come accross my birth Grandfathers grave in Memphis I would really appreciate it if you could contact me at email@example.com My Grandfathers details are that he was called Charles Allen Wilson he could have also been called Charlie and that he was born in 1899 in Alabama.
Thank you once again.
|Barbara Eggleton||Mary Lillian Wilson|
I have been for a very long time tracing my American roots. Mary Lillian Wilson nee Hollingsworth is my birth Grandmother. It was very interesting to see a picture of her headstone as it has taken me a very long time to discover just when she died. My research is made that much more difficult by me living in England. I am very curious to know whether you have placed a picture of her headstone for public viewing for a reason or whether you have acted on a request from somebody if so could you tell me who it was. Mary lillian Wilson died very young she was not quite 40 she left behind 3 children one of them being my birth Father, Robert Allen Wilson who died in Virginia in 1989 she had two daughters who are also deceased both dying in Arizona. Mary's husband was Charles Allen Wilson I cannot find as yet any death date for him although I am quite sure he would have died in Memphis, Tennessee he does not show up at all at Forest Hill Cemetry. I am curious to know how Mary Lillian Wilson ended up with a headstone as I always got the impression that the family were very poor although on the 1930 census it gives Charles's occupation as a locomotive engineer. I am almost certain that 2 of Charles and Mary's 3 children were placed in an orphanage when Mary died the 2 youngest Evelyn and my birth Father Robert. Evelyn would have been 12 and Robert would have been 10 when their Mother died the oldest child Lillian would have been 24 I believe she was already married.
I would be really grateful if you could tell me whether you have had any interest with Mary Lillian Wilson's grave as I am currently endeavouring to find out just why she died so very young also trying to find out why her 2 youngest children were placed in an orphanage and just where the orphanage was in Memphis also I am trying to find out what happened to Charles Wilson. I do know that in 1930 the family were living in Poplar Avenue (Street)If you can tell me anything my Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks for reading this do so hope you can help.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, and thank you for the four pictures that you took for me. I greatly appreciate all of your hard work that you have done for me and for everyone else. You are such a blessing!
Have a Happy Fourth of July Weekend!
You are a Saint, an Angel, A beautiful Person!! Thank you sooo much for fulfilling my photo requests for Fred and Annie Thompson at Memphis Memory Gardens. Wonderful people like you are what makes Findagrave so special. Thank you again.
|Victoria McCoy||SEASON'S GREETINGS!|
Thank you for the photographs you took for me this year. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
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