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If you would like management of any of my entries, just ask. If it is not my family member, I will gladly transfer to you. I would never disrespect a loved one's memory by refusing to allow his/her family to care for their memorial, regardless of the distance of relativity.|
Update March 8, 2013: I have photographed every grave marker, be it Headstone, FHM (Funeral Home Marker) and/or native stone that looks like it could be a grave marker in the following cemeteries as of the date shown:
1.) Lonesome Dove Cemetery, Southlake, Tarrant County, TX - August, 2012
2.) Medlin Cemetery, Roanoke, Denton County, TX - December, 2012
3.) White Chapel Cemetery, Southlake, Tarrant County, TX - still working on this one.
4.) Hood Cemetery, Southlake, Tarrant County, TX - December, 2012
5.) Old Talihina Cemetery, Talihina, LeFlore County, OK - December, 2012
6.) Minter's Chapel Cemetery, DFW Airport, Tarrant County, TX - March, 2013
7.) Stephenson Community Cemetery, Hillsboro, Coffee County, TN - August, 2012
8.) Beans Creek Cemetery, Hillsboro, Coffee County, TN - August, 2012
If there was any type of marker in these cemeteries as of the date shown, there is a photograph with the memorials in that cemetery.
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Nunley Family Members
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|Don Leuty||Pirkle, James Robert "Bob", Sr # 20692110|
If you would like to update your photo caption of the original marker, I was able to get a great read with a little blue chalk dust.
James Robert Pirkle
1881 At Rest 1928
|Don Leuty||RE: Pearl Suzanne|
I agree. That polished black stone almost glows. There are three new graves that did not have temp markers.
|Don Leuty||Pearl Suzanne "Sue" Tapsell Missimo|
Stopped by DFW today and shot the new marker
|James Durham||RE: Frank Berryman|
No, I am not related. I can transfer to you if you want. I am also not sure where I got the father and mother from, probably ancestry.com.
I just looked out there and found an entry that lists Frank's parents as William D. Berryman and Dicey Hawley. I am not sure which one is correct.
Their source is the 1900 census for Gillan, Dawson, Nebraska. It lists Frank, born in Nebraska, son of William and Dicey. Siblings are Charles, Walter, Mary, Edgar, Morgan, John and William L. In 1910, Frank is shown married to Nellie. In 1920, Frank and Nellie are shown with children: Evelyn R, Noble R, and Beulah. In 1930, they have one more son, Harley. In 1940, they are still living in Gillan, Nebraska.
Hope that helps.
|Beanie Ragan Adams||RE: Condolences|
Thanks, for the nice note.
Blessings To You...
Received your notice today regarding Ferris, Oscar, Arthur and C.E. Buck Barton. They are my Grandmother's family and I will keep them. Thank you for your concern. Shular
|MaryWS||Alta T. Allen photo|
Thank you also for the closeup photo of Alta T. Allen's headstone! It is very easy to read and I appreciate your care and thoughtfulness with this good shot.
Added by MaryWS on Mar 01, 2013 2:31 PM
|MaryWS||Lucile Matilda Welch photo|
Thank you so much for the two beautiful photos you posted of Lucile Welch's headstone at the end of December. I am sorry to thank you so late; I'm afraid the notification got overlooked during the holiday craziness. I am so grateful for your time and help! I truly appreciate your efforts.
Added by MaryWS on Mar 01, 2013 2:20 PM
|Alice Huitt Preston||Edward Harris Curnutt|
Please put your photo here.
Thanks So much.
|RCAkins148||Reeds in Old & New Talihina Cemeteries|
I was looking over and trying to research some of those Reed's that are all in the same spot in the cemetery but I think they are actually from a different Reed clan outa Texas. Most of mine came from Indiana to Missouri to Arkansas and finally to Oklahoma. Not sure I have ever found any of my Reeds in Texas except my Uncle who lived in Houston working as a geologist for Texaco, but he had no children.
I'll keep looking for them though.
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