|Kerwin Groom (#47221849)|
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First of all my name is Kerwin Groom and I was born in Mathis, Texas(1954). My paternal family is mainly from Missourri. I became interested in my grandfathers sterling silver trophy he won in 1929, Missourri State Cornhusking Champion. I started dabbling(Google of course)for any information on that and it became a habit to find any ancestrial information. It all grew from there and I've only started. Found this site very interesting in both aspsects for searching possible genealogy family links and for paying respect to to the deceased.|
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|YVONNE BILGIN||RE: Photo Request|
hi, thansk for the trying adn all your time and effort, i have not continued on the FRAZIER side, just this family, as it was RUBENS wife ELLA MCKINLEY, whos line i was on, she had 2 husbands, the other james bradshaw, the stone is unable to be found.
|YVONNE BILGIN||george jones|
thanks for the foto and your time and effort, is it ok to use your foto on my ancestry site pls???
|vickie smith hagedorn||RE: Frank Carriger|
Kerwin, I greatly appreciate the time and effort you put into photographing Frank's memorial. I know it takes much time and effort. Vickie
|Charlie Ward||RE: Richard Franklin|
thanks for the follow-up! i appreciate it
|Dave Bell||RE: Katelynne Schlosser|
Your Very Welcome!
|Dave Bell||Littlefield Cemetery|
In your photo request for Katelynne Schlosser you said you have location and a photo that you could email, please do so as I am looking at going Tuesday.
If you will email it to USBiker@aol.com
|timcdfw||William Lynn Bennett,|
Thank you Kerwin for the picture of
William Lynn Bennett in Sandia. It is nice to have him online and have correct dates now. Thank you again! Much appreciated
Added by timcdfw on Jul 02, 2010 2:46 PM
|Mel & Janet||Adolph & Doll (Reed) Lockman tombstone photo|
Thank you very much for the headstone photo of our cousin and her husband. The photo is an important part of the memorials and greatly appreciated.
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