|Jess E. Bromley||# 50002344|
The information for the edits I've left come from the book Bromley Genealogy by Viola Bromley copyright 1911
Charles Clark Bromley's second wife was Theresa Ann Dunham.
Thank you very much
GENOA ROTEN - THELMA JOHNSON
Texas, Marriage Record Index, 1966ľ2008
Certificate Number: 030026-79 Date of Marriage: 04/08/1968
First Name of Husband: Genoa First Name of Wife: Thelma
Husband's Date of Birth: 00/00/1913
Last Name of Husband: Roten Last Name of Wife: Johnson
Middle Name of Husband: Avery Middle Name of Wife: (Blank)
Wife's Date of Birth: 00/00/1918
Zip Code: 77406 (Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas)
|Ron & Myrna Cooper||RE: date of marriage?|
I do many of these & I put everything I know in the memorial. Sorry.
|jsturner||RE: links to other memorials|
Thank you so much for the memorial links, Artalissa Shetter and Thomas Griffin are my 4th Great Grandparents. I have no further back on the Smith side so any info would be great.
Added by jsturner on Nov 06, 2014 5:30 PM
|William E. "Bill" Robinson||Olin S. Smith|
Hi Randy ~ I contacted you earlier and found Olin's headstone in Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, TX. Someone has him entered there, but your entry was made prior to theirs. Please move him using the burial tab. Thanks....Bill
|Carolyn Mackey-Byrum||ONE MORE THING|
When you request the photos in the message to photographer you might make a plea for someone to go and LOOK for you. Also include the discriptions of you gave to me regarding perhaps an older cemetery and the marker coloring done many years ago. There are several Find A Grave contributors in that area maybe someone could give you a clue or inform you about the name(s) of someone in Pecos County who is more knowledgeable about the cemeteries/interments in the Eagle Pass area than I am.
|Carolyn Mackey-Byrum||Correct cemetery|
I believe the old Eagle Pass Cemetery might be the one you are looking for.
I dont remember where I read about it but I also believe it was once in disrepair.
I do not live in that area but, If I were you I would add my grandparents memorials to that virtual cemetery and request a photo of the headstone(s).
The cemetery must me out of the way for Find A Grave contributors to go and photograph. HOWEVER because winter is finally over MAYBE, if we can get enough photo requests in that cemetery that it would be worth a photographer's time someone just might go and take some photos for you!
I cannot tell you how neat it was when a Find A Grave contributor found my ggrandparents graves/headstones in an old cemetery in Alabama. My ggrandfather died in 1900 he was a recently remarried widower with 3 small children. His wife died in childbirth. Before Find A Grave and a neat contributor finding and photographing the graves I did not know the name of the precious woman who was also a widow (because of the civil war) took on 3 orphans and raised them with her own children as her own! I cannot imagine how hard this had to be doing this and living on a widow's pension!! Wonder how much she got? $2?
ANYWAY, it wouldnt hurt for you to TRY! You never know what really wonderful family history you might discover by creating those memorials and requesting photo's.
ALSO, you might check Ancestry.com the information you are searching for might be there or it might be on another site where cemeteries in that county have been posted online.
Happy Hunting! Hopefully the well intended scraping and coloring the inscriptions didnt damage the headstone much! Maybe the weather has worn the coloring off.
|Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams||RE: Dalton Smith■|
Thanks so much. This is great.
|Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams||Dalton Smith■|
would love to have any thing you may have on them. Thanks so much.