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|Findagrave is one of my favorite sites. I believe everyone deserves a memorial for their life and this is a great place for that memorial. It has also helped me in my search for my ancestors.|
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|Mike Fredrick||RE: Annie Sadler Hyden|
Annie was my great grandfather John Jackson Hyden's first wife. Not sure what that makes us.
|Mike Fredrick||Annie Sadler Hyden|
Hi, I was wondering what your relationship was to Annie Sadler Hyden?
|LADONNA GREER COLLETT||Mary Sims|
Hi, I added the #19805726 Robert Sims to Mary's memorial as her dad.
|Mary||RE: Eva Curlee|
Thanks, I sent a message to Mack. I was not sure which one to contact. Have a good day! Mary
Added by Mary on Jun 17, 2016 1:24 PM
|Brenda B||Bill Mandeville's father|
Bill's name was William Webb Mandeville. His parents were Daniel Alexander and Mary Louisa (Mollie)Praytor Mandeville. The initials D.H. for his father is understandable because his son, Daniel Holmes Mandeville, is shown on one of the census records as Daniel, Jr. That Dan, however, had the middle name Holmes (his mother was Mollie's sister, Johnnie Emily Holmes Mandeville). Bill's father's initials were D.A. Mandeville.
Many thanks to you for the work you do in providing us these records!
Added by Brenda B on Jun 12, 2016 8:22 AM
|Brenda B||Mollie Peel Mandeville|
Bill Mandeville's mother was not a Peel. She was Mollie Praytor. Her father was John Robert Praytor. John Louis Peel was her stepfather. I am Mollie's great-granddaughter.
Added by Brenda B on Jun 12, 2016 7:57 AM
|Dee Winter||Oza L Owens|
I sent you a SAC to move him to Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery in Waco. He is not in Oakwood regardless of what his Texas DC said. Have his obit for you once you have moved him. Thanks, Dee
|Robert Marsh||Joyce Watson transfer|
Thank you very much.
|Melody||RE: Madison Cemetery|
Thank you very much.
Added by Melody on Jan 18, 2016 6:12 PM
Dear Mr Burton,
Will you please rename this Cemetery the Martin Cemetery? This will correlate with the information in the 1986 Madison Coun ty TX History Book? Thank you.... member of the Madison Co Historic Commission.
Added by Melody on Jan 18, 2016 2:28 PM
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