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Jerry Pannell Couger (#46922015)
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Bill Warren
Re: Sarah Ann Ramsey
Find A Grave acted a bit quirky today. It did not give me the message that you had been notified, but it deleted the photo request.

I have added a photo of Mrs. Ramsey and a photo of the double stone showing both her and her husband on her site.

I checked her site and they both appeared although I had to wait a bit for the images to load.

The message also requested a photo of her husband's marker; however, when I checked, one already existed.

Added by Bill Warren on Nov 30, 2013 3:34 PM
RE: Pictures
You are very welcome, and fast I just got them today. I am going back tomorrow so if there are any more in your family that need a picture just let me know... Thanks, for the thanks, totsie
Added by totsie on Sep 01, 2013 11:46 PM
Eugenia Quincy
James Oscar Couger
Would love to hear from you. I am wondering if you are Charles Couger's son or grandson? I am Isaac Stewart Couger's granddaughter. I live outside Mineral Wells and have grave sites at McAdams Cemetery where they are all buried. I am trying to find out what battle James Oscar was wounded in the Civil War. I just remember my granddaddy telling me he was wounded in the leg when he was 13 years old. Hope to hear from you. Eugenia (Genie) Quincy
Added by Eugenia Quincy on May 27, 2012 3:08 PM
Anne McGrew
Pannell Family
You are certainly welcome to use the photos from Vittitoe; I'm glad they are helpful to your genealogy work!
Added by Anne McGrew on Apr 15, 2012 6:58 AM
Anne McGrew
RE: Thank You
You are so very welcome; I'm glad I could help! This is a beautiful, peaceful country cemetery and every time I go out there, I marvel at the beautiful roses planted.
Added by Anne McGrew on Apr 14, 2012 12:33 AM
Pamela Richey Reed
RE: Gunter Headstones
That is interesting that they would put Los sometimes and Lost others. If you look at the map that is connected to the cemetery it shows it as Lost. Also look at the cemetery photo I added for the other side of the marker. The road that leads to the cemetery off Hwy 59 is 2 miles from the Jacksboro city limit sign, and there is a Lost Creek Road and a Lost Creek Reservoir. All of these things combined is what made me think it was Lost instead of the Los. I wonder why the funeral home would do it both ways? Who knows, huh? Just happy I could take the photos for you.
Added by Pamela Richey Reed on Jan 07, 2012 10:41 PM
Pamela Richey Reed
RE: Gunter Headstones
You are very welcome! It is not very difficult to find. By the way the name of the cemetery is Lost Creek instead of Los Creek. I am going to submit the correct information along with some directions so look for those changes later on.
Added by Pamela Richey Reed on Jan 05, 2012 10:08 PM
House Of Proctor Genealogy
Procter Photo Permission
May we at House of Proctor use your Procter photos for our non-profit web site? We always give photo credit and links back to your pages.
Alan S. Proctor
Added by House Of Proctor Genealog... on Jul 08, 2008 12:28 PM

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