|George Dysinger (#46967192)|
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Love the photo you shared!
The VanZants would be my great, great grandparents.
Would it be possible for me to save a copy for myself? Or maybe you could send me a jpg or png of the photos?
If that works for you, could I then share this photo on FamilySearch Family Tree in the Memories section?
I will not move forward without your permission.
And thanks so much for posting this photo.
Added by Teryl on Sep 16, 2014 7:53 PM
|Patricia Anderson||Mary Overby|
According to Mary's death certificate, she was buried at Restlawn Cemetery in LaFeria (not LaFeria Cemetery). I suspect that her husband is also buried at Restlawn.
Can you please make the appropriate changes?
|Valesca McMillian||Betty Taylor Miller|
I have added the links to her parents. Thanks for providing them.
|Lois McIntire||Mary Frances "Molly" Overby McNurlen|
Hi George, I was just notified that I created a memorial (#100754798) for Mary McNurlen after you already had one. I am planning on taking mine off, but thought you might want some of the information I have on it. She was the sister of my Great Grandfather, William Mathias Overby. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance. Sorry for the confusion. ~ Lois McIntire
George, you have a memorial for Margaret Busby Odle-Seymour #38805587, there is another memorial for Maggie B Seymour #64871248 with a photo of her marker, it states she is the wife of G.R. Seymour, the dates are different from what you have, I believe the Maggie B memorial is correct, the 1900 census gives her dob as Feb 1857 also George R Seymour was remarried in 1910.
|Nancy (Clayton) Phillips||Elmer Dysinger|
I went to Laurel Hill Cemetery today and took the photo of Elmer's stone. The other side of the main Dysinger stone is a stone for Sarah. She has not been entered in Find A Grave. If you want to enter her, I will post the picture of her stone also.
|Mary E. Warner||Warner/Dysinger|
I have added some information to Samuel Warner's memorial #74135831, which now includes Reference material for Elmer Dysinger. I am interested in one of the surnames, Hollenbach (sp) on Elmer's dad or grandparents memorials. I may be back in touch with you.
You may copy any of the information on Samuel Warner's memorial for placement on Elmer's. It would be good to see credit given to the Warner couple for bringing him up. Also give credit to Fraya Weiss for any information gained.
|Richard Finch||John Wesley Liverett|
Yes Please...... Thanks
Thank you for adding George's bio and doing the editing. His memorial is looking nearly complete. I'll add the house photo soon.
Added by PDJ on Dec 02, 2012 7:41 AM
|Glenda Shaffell||RE: Location of Carpenter Cemetery|
George, I had to look up the pictures to recall where it is. Not sure I can give good directions. It is on private land off of Kegley Road, back toward I35. Road in is hard to find, between the driving range and Wildflower County Club. Closer to the driving range than the club. It runs up a hill into some trees. On a map it does show up just north of a private road. I had to get someone to show me, couldn't find it by driving by. On the map it is about even with the Advanced Auto Parts building which is on I35. It is in very bad condition, cows have knocked over some stone which were laying on their face. Look up map for Wildflower.
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