|Patricia Kemper (#46904942)|
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Pat is an RAOGK volunteer for Ellis and surrounding counties in Texas. She previously lived for 30 years in Colorado where she also researched for RAOGK. While in Colorado, she served as President, as well as other officers, in her local genie society and edited the society newsletter and quarterly, even after she moved back to Texas in 2002. Pat also served as President of the Colorado Council of Genealogial Societies and was the coordinator for the National Genealogical Society's Conference in the States in 1998, held in Denver. She has conducted workshops and presented lectures at the local, area, and national levels, but her passion has always been, and will always be, cemeteries.|
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|Gloria Tune||Josephine Cates transfer|
Thanks for the transfer. I'll do a bit of updating of her info.
Hope you are staying warm!
I'm trying to find graves for Edward (Eddie) & Rose Pochobradsky. My mother-in-law knew Eddie & Rose in California in the 80s/90s and believes that they were buried somewhere in Texas. She has no other information about where they are, and asked me to see what I can find.
1910 Census shows Edward as the child of Wesley and Annie Pochobradsky, who I eventually found at Myrtle Cemetery in Ennis, Texas, thanks to information you had posted. I saw that they had a son Victor Wesley, Sr., and his wife, Juila Ceska, who are also at Myrtle Cemetery.
I'm hoping that this Wesley and Annie are the same as Edwards (though I haven't found any record of Edward having a son... yet). And that by chance they were brought home to be buried near family.
If you have any information that can confirm this, or can turn me off of a false trail, I would REALLY appreciate the help.
Added by M Tarner on Nov 16, 2013 12:59 PM
|Rachel Dobson||RE: James P. Kennedy|
You're most welcome. Now I wonder who Elizabeth Hall Kennedy was married to?!
|C. C||Edward and Bertha Ingle|
Thanks ,yet again ,for the photos of Edward and Bertha Ingle in Myrtle Cemetery , Ellis County . cc.A Wheatley-Cooke relation .
Added by C. C on Nov 06, 2013 10:07 AM
|†||RE: Claimed Photos|
I figured you had them already, that's why I waited to upload mine. Glad to see they're done, there were more than 40 requests and it's hard for me to remember all the names when I'm out.
I will be starting my new job next week, so I won't be able to volunteer so much, but it was fun for awhile. Thanks so much for your help this past year and a half. God bless you & all your hard work.
Added by † on Oct 30, 2013 12:32 PM
|Jeff Hall||Sgt William T Pierce Photos|
Hi Patricia, thank you for the wonderful headstone photos added for Sgt William T Pierce, nicely done!
|Richard Kelley||RE: William Pierce|
Thank you so much for all the pictures that you have taken of the Pierce family memorials. Also the extra help in trying to transfer William Pierce, Jr. to his parents. It is very much appreciated
I went out today & found 4 that you have claimed. If you haven't photographed them yet, you can unclaim and I will add photos for Raymond Kovar, Ray Ingle, Bertha & Eddie Ingle. I couldn't find any others. Thanks for your time!
Added by † on Oct 25, 2013 1:41 PM
|Sarah Locklin Taylor||William Edward Peel - Myrtle Cemetery|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request for a photo of William Edward Peel's marker at Myrtle Cemetery. I greatly appreciate your kindness and the generosity of your personal time in visiting the cemetery, locating his burial plot, photographing his marker, posting your nice photos to his memorial and adding the plot location in the photo caption. You're a kind soul.
|Rachel Carns||RE: Lula Gumm|
I am so sorry to get back to you so late! Thank you for you help. Lula was not married to W.R., that would be her sister.
Again, thank you for all your help and time!
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