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Doris Wright (#47459780)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 24 days
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Bio Photo Interested in ancestry for many years, live in the El Paso Texas area. Family names include: Wright, Walker, Cannefax, Burks, Oney, Litteral and many others.
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 • 4 Memorials Added
 • 5 Memorials Managed
 • 22 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 2 Virtual Flowers
Messages left for Doris Wright (11)[Leave Message]
Burch Stevens
RE: Elmer Herd
Thanks Doris. I do not have contact with the family at this time. Maybe they will see your pictures if they check Find A Grave.
Added by Burch Stevens on Sep 07, 2014 7:25 AM
Larry Hume
RE: Node Luman headstone
You are welcome.
Added by Larry Hume on Jul 03, 2013 3:44 AM
Phillip C. Ollis, DC
RE: Smeltertown Cemetery
You're welcome!
Added by Phillip C. Ollis, DC on May 30, 2013 12:27 AM
Phillip C. Ollis, DC
RE: Smeltertown Cemetery
Did my reply help you at all?
Added by Phillip C. Ollis, DC on May 29, 2013 11:35 AM
Phillip C. Ollis, DC
RE: Smeltertown Cemetery
Hi, Doris,
Just before Executive Center Blvd. runs into W. Paisano, there's a street (San Marcos) that comes off of Executive Center to the left. Take that road but don't follow it as it veers left - go straight up a very rough hill and when you get to the top of that hill, stay left again, and eventually you will see the entry gate to the cemetery. If you click on the cemetery link, there is a map that shows this.
PCO
Added by Phillip C. Ollis, DC on May 29, 2013 1:25 AM
Ray Yellott
RE: Bruce Oney
Doris,

You're welcome glad to help
Added by Ray Yellott on Jan 19, 2013 12:19 PM
Janet Milburn
Re: Willie's memorial
______________________________________

Doris you are welcome to the memorial,
just send me a request thru edit, and
I will send it to you asap.

Janet

PS I had an Aunt Wilma, and her nick name
was Willie, I forgot about that until I
wrote you. She lived far away, so I never
heard her referred to as that.

I hope the latest messages on my public page didn't scare you away from requesting a transfer.

The person,I can't recall her name,is a little off and has accused me of adding token messages to her families military memorials.
Saying that she told me not to. She didn't. and that was in May of this year when they were added. I enjoy adding tokens to the memorials of Vets. I have written Find A Grave about it, and they should get her straightened out. She is asking them to remove my tokens and messages. She does
say that the deceased do not want them on there.
She does have a Col. that she has honored, but
the others even though they have a rank and
war they fought in on their tombstones photo , are not to be honored with a military token and message.
She has sent me a total of 5 messages, a couple to my e-mail, I asked her to stop after she sent two, but she continued.
Sometimes it gets a little different on here.


_____________________________________

You wrote:

Willie Walker
Willie Lee Walker is my husband's grandmother, it is an unusual name. Thanks for the help.

Doris
Added by Janet Milburn on Aug 27, 2012 2:01 AM
Janet Milburn
Re: Willie Walker
Thanks,

Doris, you never know with the name Willie.
I hadn't been notified that their was a
monument photo on here. Wonder why they
didn't tell the person who took it didn't
notify me.

Janet Milburn
#47529757
Added by Janet Milburn on Aug 26, 2012 9:54 PM
Becky Walker Hunt
RE: Ben H Oney
It has been my pleasure!
I took pictures of a lot of Oney's today.
Some were listed on Find A Grave and some were not.
As I have time in the next week or so, I will add the ones not listed with the pictures I took.
I have to go back and search for a Craver I couldn't find today, so I will probably take more pictures as I go!

Sincerely,
Becky Walker Hunt

Added by Becky Walker Hunt on Jul 28, 2012 9:47 PM
Melissa H.
RE: Bruce Oney
Yes. I think that's very possible. The cemetery has just recently been mapped. I don't know if you are familiar with Gill Community, but it is a teeny tiny little nook in the country. He is probably not the only one without a stone.
Added by Melissa H. on Jul 20, 2012 4:26 PM
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