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Hazel Comeaux (#47545154)
 member for 4 years, 7 months, 12 days
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 • 11 Memorials Added
 • 16 Memorials Managed
 • 66 Photos
 • 27 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Jennifer Jones Hutchinson
Harry Jones
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my great Uncle Harry and his wife Mary. This will definitely add to my family history story.
Added by Jennifer Jones Hutchinson on Nov 07, 2012 5:56 PM
Brandi Lanclos Puente
John Wallace and Margaret Smith
Oh Hazel, you have absolutely made my day! I have been to Greenlawn twice looking for this headstone. I even got the guy in the office to give me a map but I never found it. The spot the man indicated had no headstone and I was afraid it had been destroyed. John and Margaret were my great-grandparents and I spent a lot of my childhood with them. Thank you so very much for getting this headstone photo for me!

If you make it out to Greenlawn again before I do, I am also needing headstone shots for a bunch of Lanclos. I have recently been told they should all be buried together near the statue of the bible.

Thanks again!
Added by Brandi Lanclos Puente on Nov 02, 2012 6:04 AM
Sandra Bertram Meier
Pool Photo
Thank you for the photo for Alfred Pool.
Added by Sandra Bertram Meier on Aug 28, 2012 12:27 PM
Screech
Hutchins
Thanks for photo.

Sherry
Added by Screech on Dec 04, 2011 5:41 PM
Jane Ayres
RE: Turner Tombstone
Hazel,
I went back to the letter I received from Adam LeDoux,Family Service Counselor at Greenlawn. The section, plot,etc. are what he sent me. Did you find someone else's tombstone or a grave without a marker? Yesterday I tried to take a picture for Find A Grave here in Athens and could not find it. The mother's stone was there but it had sunk into the ground. The father's stone should have been clearly visible and next to it. I didn't have anything but a pencil to dig into the dirt and it wasn't up to the job. I called the manager of the cemetery. He checked for me. Come to find out the stone had sunk and the grass had completely grown over the stone. He is going to have a crew uncover it tomorrow. I will try to contact Adam LeDoux to see if a stone was ever set for I.T. Turner. Thank you for your effort.
Jane

Added by Jane Ayres on Oct 23, 2011 1:28 PM
Jane Ayres
Turner Tombstone
Thank you for checking on the I.T. Turner tombstone. I will check the info I have to see if it's correct.
Jane
Added by Jane Ayres on Oct 23, 2011 11:08 AM
Jane Ayres
Baird Tombstones
Thank you so much for the pictures. I have been taking pictures for about a month for other people. It makes me feel good to do that as I appreciate when someone takes pictures for me. The photos are really good.
Jane Ayres
Added by Jane Ayres on Oct 22, 2011 1:53 PM
BettieGriggs
Pear Orchard Cemetery
Thanks Hazel. I am in Southern California and I have been making calls, trying to locate a plot map for the cemetery. I was told that a section of that cemetery is used by Blessed Sacrament, located there in Beaumont.
Added by BettieGriggs on Oct 12, 2011 10:37 PM
Gal4JC
Lillie Palumbo's grave photograph
THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking a photograph of my Aunt Lillie's grave. She died at age 19 and most of the family never knew her. We have no photos of her and so this photograph is the only "one of her".

I feel so blessed to have this photo to share with our family.

Thank you again,
Michelle
Added by Gal4JC on Oct 02, 2011 10:01 AM
Karen Theriot Reader
Paul Theriot
Thanks for posting the photo of Paul Theriot's gravestone. It DOES say 1877-1935. However, his birth/baptismal record says he was born 1873, and his death certificate posted at Find A Grave says the birth year was 1872, and he died at age 62.
Wonder which is most correct?
KTR
Added by Karen Theriot Reader on Oct 01, 2011 11:49 PM
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