|debbie doggett (#47239245)|
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|C. Cox||Don Carthal Thompson|
Debbie, I've transferred management of your father's Find A Grave site to your care, as I'm a firm believer in close family having control of their information. Basically it means you'll be responsible for adding or updating information about him and his life or photos you'd like to have posted of him on his website for future generations to learn of him.
Added by C. Cox on Sep 04, 2013 12:38 PM
|C. Cox||RE: name on grave|
Thank you for the information, Debbie. I've made the correction to your father's middle name. Would you like me to transfer his site to your care? I'm unrelated to anyone in this cemetery. I was in Gaines County attemping to find a 100 year old family grave but was unsuccessful, and I decided since it's a very long distance for many people to travel I'd try to photograph as many stones as I could in the short time available to me to hopefully help other researchers. I'd be pleased to transfer him to your care.
Added by C. Cox on Sep 03, 2013 9:52 PM
|Tim Childree||RE: photo|
You are quite welcome. People like me who enjoy visiting cemeteries are called taphephiles. Since you are family I would be happy to transfer management to you. I'm not related as far as I know. If you could provide me with her maiden name and names of parents that would allow me to connect her to them. And any other basic vital stats and biographical information.