|jan adams (#47458734)|
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|Jenifer Crone||Hash family|
I noticed that you left a message on my Granny's memorial (Velma Drake Brown). Her mother was Wavie Lee Hash Drake Roberts.
I noticed the Hash virtual cemetery in Texas listed on your FindAGrave site. Nice!
I am sure we are distant cousins. :)
|Ralph Franks||Ralph Franks Talking|
I just scanned through your virtuals and enjoyed it very much. I had never realized the Hashes and Chisams were related until I saw it in your virtual. I am related to the Chisams thru my Anderson family tree. My grandmother Franks was an Anderson. I have a family tree on them too. I have always wanted to see the old Chisam Cemetery in the Horseshoe Bend of the Caney Fork in White Co. But it was too far off the road on private property. So your virtual showed it to me. I had to go to Texas to see something I grew up four or five miles from. Also, thanks for taking my grandfather back to Texas in your Ranger virtual. I would rather for him to be in one you created so I can say he went back to Texas after about 140 years. It made me think I wonder what he would think of everything there after all this time. He would probably wonder where all the Comanches went to. That's enough
|Ralph Franks||Virtual Cemeteries|
Your virtual cemeteries look great. Are all the Adams relatives of Troy and you? If you add all of the descendants of John and Nancy that are buried back in TN and other places not TX, you will find a lot more, I believe. Many of them I believe can be located right from the Franks tree book. I wish I knew how to make a TX Ranger virtual cemetery. I sure would love to add my grandfather to it. The sky is the limit on what can be done with virtuals. TCR
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