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JoAnnRMC (#47201216)
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I am a Texas German all the way. My maternal and paternal ancestors immigrated to Texas from the various old German Confederation states in the 1840s and 1850s.


Although I am here because of genealogy I know and understand that Find A Grave is a grave registration website.

If it were not for the gravers and photographers using their time, money, and gas to wander cemeteries and fend off mud, snow, dirt, bugs, snakes, weeds, poison ivy and who knows what else....then us genealogists would not have this great resource to use for our genealogy.

If I had a hat or wore a hat then I would tip my hat to the gravers and grave photographers out there. I, for one, am grateful for all that you do.
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Mark Schumpelt
Katherina S Kunz
I just saw your note asking if we are related. Katherine is also my g-g grandmother. Katherine> Otto Kunz> Gertrude Kunz Jung> Alice Jung Schumpelt> me: Mark Schumpelt. Would like to know who you are! 3rd cousin or closer? Direct email is mvschump@aol.com. Mark
Added by Mark Schumpelt on Mar 30, 2016 12:10 PM
Tina DeLong
hi friend!
that cemetery is an awesome one too!
Added by Tina DeLong on Aug 08, 2015 7:21 AM
Tina DeLong
hello!
if you want a transfer hit edit and I can give it to you too, whatever we need to do

Added by Tina DeLong on Aug 08, 2015 7:20 AM
Barbara
Thank You
Now know where my husband's great grandparents are buried. Last name Brack, buried in Cemetery # 6, Bexar County, Texas. Now just need to find it!

Appreciate everything you all do.
Barbara
Texas
Added by Barbara on May 05, 2015 3:56 PM
Ellen Hamby
Harry Richmond Allen (1869-1940)
Hi, JoAnn,
I followed the link to your Photo Bucket account, but the D.C. didn't show up; instead, I got a message, "Whoa! This image violates our Terms of Use and has been removed from view."
Added by Ellen Hamby on Apr 22, 2015 10:49 AM
Ellen Hamby
Harry Richmond Allen (1869-1940)
Thank you for your offer of the DC for this gentleman, and yes, I would very much appreciate having that.

I am in agreement with you as to the boorish behavior of that particular contributor you mentioned.
Added by Ellen Hamby on Apr 16, 2015 10:41 AM
John Beresford
Henry Richmond Allen
Got your message. He is my great-great uncle. Ellen Hamby refuses to accept edits, even though I have submitted pages of documentation, and she won't transfer him to me. Could you please send me a copy of the death certificate. I filed a complaint about her, but nothing ever happened.

Thanks,
John
beres4d@pacbell.net
Added by John Beresford on Apr 04, 2015 1:58 PM
Ruthann (Brown) Pascoe-Meyers
Cemetery Noxville
The address for the Cemetery Noxville is as follows -- Noxville Cemetery, Noxville, Kimble County, Harper, Texas, USA -- Junction is about 30 or more miles from the Noxville area. There is a County sign on Hwy 290 directing the way to Noxville and on Ranch Road 479 about 6 mile from 290 the is a sign directing to the Noxville School and Cemetery. Of course the School is close and I think they have torn down the old post Office. Noxville was settled by a Mr Nox from Illiois. There are people still living in the Noxville community.
Added by Ruthann (Brown) Pascoe-Me... on Mar 13, 2015 6:24 PM
Ruthann (Brown) Pascoe-Meyers
Cemetery Noxville
The address for the Cemetery Noxville is as follows -- Noxville Cemetery, Noxville, Kimble County, Harper, Texas, USA -- Junction is about 30 or more miles from the Noxville area. There is a County sign on Hwy 209 directing the way to Noxville and on Ranch Road 479 about 6 mile from 290 the is a sign directing to the Noxville School and Cemetery. Of course the School is close and I think they have torn down the old post Office. Noxville was settled by a Mr Nox from Illiois. There are people still living in the Noxville community.
Added by Ruthann (Brown) Pascoe-Me... on Mar 13, 2015 6:22 PM
J McL
Thank you
Love your biography! I laughed out loud as I have spent so many hours on hilly slopes in the mud, wind and sweeping leaves & debris off headstones to get the photo! Thanks for recognizing and appreciating all those hours!
Added by J McL on Dec 01, 2014 7:24 PM
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