|Carolyn Fields-Collins (#46867209)|
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I became interested in 1971 researching my family because of a wonderful Nun in Wichita Falls Texas. She handed me a beautiful baby book upon the birth of my first son and I realized I could not fill out the family tree. That week I began collecting records, one per week from every courthouse I could get into. I went back to school later and became an LVN nurse, raised horses, two more boys, Basset Hound dogs, a Plumbers wife, and of course continued my Genealogy.|
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|clparr||Campbell Cemetery with Mary Lawson Bradford grave|
Hello, is there a tombstone for her. Clara and history always said that it was Cumby TX. Glad you figured it out.
Cheryl Walters Parr
Added by clparr on Apr 23, 2015 11:53 PM
|clparr||William Henry and Mary Lawson and family|
You do not have all the family down.
Would you please contact me at
I did not know how the findagrave worked until a year or so ago. Went on down some lines now see that you did not list the whole family in order or my line off William Henry Bradford.
Would like to work with you on this.
Cheryl Walters Parr
Added by clparr on Nov 19, 2014 7:17 PM
You are welcome! Always nice to have the memorials maintained by family that may be able to add more information.
Added by Snapper on Feb 12, 2013 1:39 PM
Since you are related to Florence Turner do you want me to transfer her memorial to you for maintenance?
Added by Snapper on Jan 30, 2013 9:11 AM
|Wes Phinney||Sultana Stuart|
Your additions to the entry are appreciated. I run a parallel set of entries in Ancestry.com, and had added her father and mother, but w/o the details.
|Genealogy Man||RE: Robert Rogers|
I really don't know. That information never has been passed down. Robert Rogers would have been in his early 40's. That regiment was out of Little Rock, AR. It's possible. Sorry I could not help.
|Timberly Young||Neal Cemetery|
I will keep trying to find her grave. If there is not a stone I think that a funeral home should have marked the grave. I will keep trying.
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