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Just call me jaybee. I am a native and lifelong Texan, born in Howard County but a resident of Dallas County most of my life. I am a newcomer to this website and to the net in general. As I learn more about Find A Grave and better understand just what (or how much) information will be of benefit to the collective membership, I will expand my bio. Initially I will admit to being a mother, grandmother, gardener, sub-par cook, so-so painter and a dreamer who loves to write. I look forward to contributing to your mission. jaybee|
PLEASE DO NOT POST DEATH CERTIFICATES ON ANY OF MY MEMORIAL PAGES. IF YOU WISH TO SEE ANY INFORMATION THAT IS SHOWN THEREON POSTED ON THE DECEASED's MEMORIAL, PLEASE FORWARD IT TO ME THROUGH THE "SUGGESTION" TOOL.
On Thursday, September 10, 2009, PAULA MICHELLE TRIPLETT left this world to be with her heavenly family. I have created a memorial page for Paula and placed it in my "Exceptional Spirits" virtual cemetery because Paula's journey into this world honed and exposed the sterling character of her parents and all who know and love them. Please visit her memorial and offer tokens and words of comfort to the family.
A moving audio-visual tribute to Paula can be accessed by going to:
Please copy and paste this address into your web browser to visit Paula's tribute. If the slide show and "Paula's Song" do not begin automatically, click on her name and dates on the right side of the screen. While visiting, please view and sign her guestbook.
On behalf of Paula's parents, Darrell Triplett and Louann and David Ramey, I wish to thank you for your kindness.
Love and blessings,
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|Kathy Daniels||Orven Wells|
I have transferred his memorial to you.
|Kathy Daniels||Orven Wells|
I have added the link to his wife. As you are related if you would like me to transfer his memorial to you I would be happy to do so.
|LADONNA GREER COLLETT||Bobby Williams|
Hi Janice, thank you for the info for Bobby. No family has contacted me concerning her,since you were close friends would you like to manage her memorial ?
|John Christeson||R. Herbert Cates|
Found R. Herbert Cates by other Cates in the Liberty Hill Cemetery, but do not find him listed as a son of the Rev. Richard Francis Cates or either of his two wives. So can't link him to anyone. Can you?
John J. Christeson
PS. Do you want me to transfer the Cates I own to in this cemetery to you?
|Karen Burns||Carlie Crisp|
Thanks for posting pictures of him. What a handsome man! I always love to put a face to a name. I appreciate your information. Thanks, Karen
|Marion Steiding-Chappell||Hi Jan|
Thanks for your message re: Betty Geniece Crisp. I linked her to her husband & parents, but transferred her to you, so you can make additional changes.
|Brenda Cox||Virgil Ray McDaniel|
Thank you for sponsoring Dad's memorial page...I am so behind and still trying to let everything sink in on my loss, its tough being a daddys girl and having to say goodbye :(
|Bill Stephens||William Thomas Cates|
I uploaded a picture of William Thomas Cates to you, and I apologize, I thought it would have been subject to your review, but it posted on his memorial. I did not intend to do anything myslef to a memorial that you manage, I was hoping to be providing you with a picture of him, and for you to decide if you wanted it there.
Feel free to delete it if you don't want it there, and please accept my apologies for (unknowingly) posting to your managed site.
|sandra davis||Roy J. Echols|
Thank you for the update.
|Patti Joyner||Benjamin Cutbirth|
Would you consider changing this pioneer's status to famous? There is much documentation that he would have been just as famous as Daniel Boone had he been literate. He was one of four white men to see the Mississippi River for the first time among other accomplishments. (you can Google him for more information) I would appreciate it. He one of my fiancee's Great Grandfathers and we have actually visited the cemetery where he is buried. (there was no headstone marked...just stones left) Thank you.
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