|J. Michael Fullingim (#47255008)|
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Born in the late 1940s in Enid, Garfield Co., Oklahoma, and raised there until graduation from Enid High School in 1966. Graduated from Southern Nazarene University (SNU) in 1970 with a B.A. in Religion, and again from SNU in 1975 with an M.A. in Religion. Married to Barbara J. Matt in Aug 1969 in Austin, MN. Pastored a Wesleyan Church in Oklahoma City from 1972-75 and was ordained in July 1973 as a Wesleyan (Methodist) minister. |
Served two, four-year terms as a field linguist/missionary in Papua New Guinea, from 1975-79 and again from 1982-86. Earned a second M.A. in Linguistics in 1980 from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), and a Ph.D. in Linguistics in Humanities from UTA in 1987, dissertation entitled, "Unraveling Murder and Mayhem: A Textlinguistic Analysis of a Wiru Divination Account, Papua New Guinea."
Since 1987 I have served as a member of the faculty at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in the School of Religion and Philosophy. I have worked on Fullingim genealogy (and related lines) and family history since 1972.
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|Robin Arvickson||William Madison Pike|
I am working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of Co. L, 22nd NC Infantry. Could I have your permission to use the pictures you posted of William Pike and his grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Leon Hertzler||Francis Diller|
Transfered your g-g grandfather, you my keep him.
|Leon Barton||Thomas Franklin Neal|
I entered a memorial for Thomas Franklin Neal #41326238 and you entered a picture of him which is good. You may want to check what you wrote with the picture. You need to correct the spelling of one word.
Added by ProgBase on Feb 17, 2014 4:25 AM
|Oz||RE: Thomas Dean Fullingim (#11389420)|
thank you so much..
and thanks for all your contributions. love seeing memorials with links, bios and photos. A loving tribute to a love one..
Added by Oz on Feb 16, 2014 3:34 PM
|Sandy Pierson||Glenda Sue Fullingim Patterson|
I noticed a photo request for the Hagerman, NM cemetary on Glenda. I'll have to wait for the weather to get warmer before I can go look. Anyway, in the meantime I found information on the Fullingim family at this site: http://harless-homepage.com/tree/p1131.htm#i56547
And then I looked up further info on Glenda and noticed she was married. I have that information if you want it.D
Do you know for sure if she is buried in Hagerman, New Mexico?
|Marcia Bollman Harris -homebodytwo||Tuecke|
You should of looked up Mr Tuecke better I was the first one to add him. I deleted the one I did anyway but please make sure your facts are right next time
my 3rd great grandfather Andreas Mattwas a first cousin to Mathias And Joseph Matt of Clayton Co Iowa her is buried in St Mary cem Guttenberg Iowa
|GreenHills Stones Calling||71399819 Fullingim|
I have not seen your requests for transfer or family links. I made the links for this memorial on my own while processing an auto message to me from Find A Grave with dates & places suggestions only. When did you send the message about links & transfers?
Re: my Intentions
One individual (Warren Weimer) worked with the management of Green Hills Memorial Park to create memorials for the entire cemetery using their cemetery database. The database did not include dates. After creating the 10s of thousands of memorials, he asked for help. I volunteered to help and he had the Find A Grave administrators do a bulk transfer of 74,000 memorials to me. My assignment was to add the dates, links, etc. I am simply a volunteer for the Green Hills Project. I have no interest in the memorials you cited other than accuracy, respect to those who have passed, and the goal of transferring to close family. I often get 50 request messages a day. I appreciate your patience; it takes a great deal of time to open & process the many messages.
Links are made. Would you like a transfer? Have a good day.
Added by gm33 on Nov 18, 2013 8:02 AM
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