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Jen-Marie
RE: headstone-Pace Cemetery
Thank you! Not sure how to do that on facebook since I don't know yours, but I'll email you at the email you have on your profile. The pictures would be great! Union Genealogical Society found Willis's name listed in Pace Cemetery in one of the first cemetery compilations done in Ouachita County. So, he's probably in an unmarked grave in Pace, or as you said----maybe stone is underground. Again, thank you so much. And thank you for what you do! :)
Added by Jen-Marie on Jan 14, 2014 8:35 AM
Jen-Marie
headstone-Pace Cemetery
Thank you so much for updating Pace Cemetery. Did you happen to see any other stones there that weren't in Find-a-Grave? My ancestor is buried there, and I am wondering if his wife or children are buried there as well. Thank you for going there!
Added by Jen-Marie on Jan 13, 2014 8:45 PM
Desi
Julia Brown
Thank you for your effort in trying to find Julia's headstone for me.
Added by Desi on Jun 07, 2013 7:27 PM
Sandra
Photo
Please post the photos of the headstone, on the memorial# 19836667 for Dorothy Flowers, onto her husbands memorial page Hillary Flowers memorial# 105857308.
Thank you so much for taking them and for addingthem to Hillarys page.
God Bless, Sandra
Added by Sandra on Mar 18, 2013 3:42 PM
melissa
RE: Elizabeth Bickle Poff
Had a grounds keeper with me..
Added by melissa on Oct 13, 2011 9:37 PM
Ruth Smith
Elizabeth Parr
Thank you very much for taking this picture for me. She is related to the Hughes Family (my mother's family) through her son and I really wanted to connect with them. We are told through family stories she died, along with her husband and son, in a flu epidemic in Stephens,Ark.around the turn of the century. I hope it has cooled off a lot down in Ark. - we are having much nicer weather here in Missouri and I've been able to get out to the local cemeteries a lot more. Thanks again. Ruth Smith
Added by Ruth Smith on Aug 17, 2011 5:49 AM
 

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