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Linda Davenport (#46990903)
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Bio Photo I am trying to photograph all tombstones of my personal extended family and enter them at findagrave. I am also trying to add photos of the deceased and am happy to share those photos. Please contact me if it seems that we share a line so we can compare notes.

If there is a problem with an entry, please let me know. This is done with all sincerity to honor those who have gone on before and to preserve their memory for future generations.


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Karrisa Moseley
RE: Richard Lawson Reeves #28361549
I am descended through his son, Benjamin Reeves. I've really just started researching this line.
Added by Karrisa Moseley on Nov 04, 2015 3:58 PM
Karrisa Moseley
Richard Lawson Reeves #28361549
Can you please tell me where you found Lawson Reeves first name to be Richard? I have not yet found this in any documented records and it is not reflected on the tombstone. Just wondering if you had good source to share for this. (He is my 5th great-grandfather. Are we related?)
Added by Karrisa Moseley on Nov 04, 2015 9:57 AM
loretta
Davenports
I am trying to find info on Samuel Henry Clay Davenport who married my grandfather's (Robert Franklin Caraway) sister(Kansas Territory Caraway)
I hope you can connect me to this Samuel Henry Clay Davenport . They were in Greenville, Hunt Co. Texas at one time.
Loretta Caraway
gypsygirl111@msn.com
Added by loretta on Sep 25, 2015 2:21 PM
momomom
Walkers in Grassland Cemetery, Lynn County, Texas
Hi Linda,

I saw you added pictures of some of the walkers in Grassland cemetery in Lynn, TX and wondered if you knew anything about my ancestor A. T. Walker also buried there with his son Lucian and his family. I'm trying to figure out who Alfred ( A.T.)'s daughters married, so I thought I'd reach out in case you know the family.

All the best,
Tessa Watts
Added by momomom on May 23, 2015 7:58 PM
Kathy S.
RE: William Price Wood
I don't have any inside information on this family. LOL I just came across what appeared to be a duplicate memorial and wanted to let you know. I think you explained it well in the bio.
Added by Kathy S. on May 03, 2015 12:27 PM
mary k creamer
RE: Holder
Now I remember, someone had sent me a message about Alfred P. Harris and his wife's maiden name, so I did a little more research for them to answer their question. No kin but thank you for the offer.

Have a great spring day,
Mary
Added by mary k creamer on Mar 24, 2015 8:11 AM
mary k creamer
RE: Holder
Linda,

I am not kin to any Holders. Did I send you a message?

Mary
Added by mary k creamer on Mar 24, 2015 7:58 AM
scwh
Henry Crockett Holder
My husband's grandfather was Henry Crockett Holder. We have that same picture that you posted of Delia and Henry.
Added by scwh on Nov 26, 2014 8:06 PM
Cassie Wilson
William H. Minton
I am so excited to see your post because it has not been easy to trace this line. William was my mother-in-law's father who was killed by a lightening strike on August 26, 1918 while trying to close the barn door because was coming, thereby causing his wife, Bettie, 7 months pregnant with their first child, to go into labor. The child was born that day, so tiny that no one expected her to live. Her mother named her William Hazel to honor her father. The baby was so small that she slept in a bureau drawer for weeks, and they had to buy an artificial formula to feed her because her mother's milk had not come in, and in those days, they thought formula was superior to mother's milk.She grew up, married Paul Shirley Wilson and bore him four big, healthy children (three large boys). My husband, William (Bill) likes to tell people that he was named after his mother, although he was named actually after his two grandfathers, Willim H. Minton and Allen A. Wilson. If you know any history that goes farther back, I would love to know it. Do you know what your connection with the family is? I have nothing to offer in return except this family story, but if you can think of anything I can do, don't hesitate to let me know.

Thanks so much for posting,
Sincerely,
Cassie H. Wilson
2306 Cortland Circle
Rowlett, TX 75088
Added by Cassie Wilson on Oct 25, 2014 10:20 PM
Eola Kirby Lewis
Find A Grave Correction

Your request to link Sanford Jackson Hufstutler Jr. to his parents has been made.
Added by Eola Kirby Lewis on Oct 17, 2014 10:23 AM
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