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Karin Rock
You're very welcome. :)
Added by Karin Rock on Aug 14, 2014 6:58 AM
Tim Osborne
RE: 42383519 margaret cantrell
Your Welcome
Added by Tim Osborne on Jul 18, 2014 10:53 AM
Rick B
RE: 23793784 wm david cantrell
You're welcome. Glad I could help.

Added by Rick B on May 29, 2014 2:10 PM
James Coston
Nolan Forest, Mexia Cem.
Morning Pat, I hope U are a relative 'cause I have a question that only a relative would know the facts of.
Findagrave memorial lists his as Nolan, the cemetery registry has him down as Blake. The death date on the registry is 8-1-1969.
Having said all that, here is the quandry.
Do U know if all three of them are buried together, the reason I ask is that Capt. Blake Samuel Forest has an upright military marker.
I checked the ground and next to him is an unmarked adult male, next to that unmarked male, in a depressed area, is an unmarked adult female.
Since all three are recorded being in Section 9 then logic would dictate that his parents gravesites are "unmarked". I just wanted to run that by before I posted it as fact.
Let me know please, later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on May 24, 2014 5:04 AM
Anna Mahala Cantrell Morgan
There is no marker for her. I have searched the cemetery over and if there ever was one, it has disappeared.
Added by Paulette on May 16, 2014 10:39 AM
Vonnie L Cantrell
RE: Linda Cantrell married Luke Dempsey
Hi, Pat -

So good to hear from you!
I haven't been working on the Cantrells lately - I have another project: I am working on a project to properly identify memorials of American Revolution soldiers, specifically, memorials of those Heroes who fought at King's Mountain. The battle fought at King's Mountain (7 October 1780) has been declared to be the turning point of the American Revolution. Naturally, there is a keen interest in determining who fought in this significant encounter and in preserving the integrity of the actual participants. And, yes, there was a Cantrell there - Captain Stephen Cantrell. He is not my direct ancestor, but a first cousin 7XR. My 6XGGF did fight, though.

My email is Thanks for the invitation. I thought you had connected to mine - I am so sorry that I haven't sent you an invitation.

Added by Vonnie L Cantrell on May 05, 2014 10:49 AM
William Kissell
Hi Pat,
You are so welcome. It is hard for me to understand why anyone would not let you use their picture. Glad I could be of help.
Added by Cheryl on Mar 04, 2014 2:08 PM
William Kissel
I was able to take a photo of William Kissel's head stone today. I would be honored if you could use the picture in your families geneology.
Added by Cheryl on Mar 01, 2014 6:27 PM
Lynda Gibbs
Well I be!! Hugh married my Aunt Margaret (Muggy) Jane Green. I knew him well and loved him dearly. He did love his race car races didn't he? I knew his sister Pauline too. Got just names on their parents. I would like to fill this in a tad more.

Email me please if you can add more here or have photos of them.

Lynda Ellis Gibbs
Added by Lynda Gibbs on Feb 26, 2014 9:52 PM
Tom Reddin
RE: 80948921
You are most welcome.
Added by Tom Reddin on Feb 23, 2014 4:52 AM
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