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Kay Griffin Snow (#47665497)
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Bio Photo Searching for:
SHARP - E TN & ??
JONES TN - AR- TX - MO or ??

I have been on the research trail since 1980, to date I have about 17,000+ relatives found. I maintained several web sites for genealogy, counties, mail lists, and more. I had so much help finding my ancestors that I had to pay it forward so here I am. I know how much a photo of a loved ones final resting place means to someone who lives so far away they can't take a photo. I try to help when I can.

Everyone needs to take photos of tombstone everywhere they go, we are losing so many to time and weather so if we don't do something now, they will be lost forever.

Oh BTW I have been a volunteer for FAG several years but I had my member number changed and they started everything over.

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Edith Moya, Edwin Griffin, Elaina Daniels, J Knaepen, Larry Boyd, pat faulkner, Tess, The Genealogy G...
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RE: Jenkins
Thank you Kay, I appreciate that, and all you do.
Added by JHarrison on Sep 27, 2016 8:33 PM
Evart Jenkins
Thank you so much Kay, for the fast response, for your time and effort to find the stone and taking a wonderful photo of it. I do appreciate it very much. Thank you for the work that you do.
Added by JHarrison on Sep 26, 2016 10:06 PM
Thomas Griffin
Hello Kay,

I think my brother and sister used to correspond with you about the Griffin family. She was Martha Waddell Roberson, and my brother is Richard Waddell.
I thought I had found the father and mother of Thomas Griffin, our 3rd great-grandfather, but now I have some doubts. I had William Griffin, 1759-1832, and Eliza Jane Covet. Due to some info from other family trees on Ancestry, and a DNA match, I don't think that this is likely. What do you think?

Thanks for your time,

Pat McDaniel
Added by patwadmac on Jul 14, 2016 8:55 PM
michael duby
RE: Griffin
Kay i am so sorry for the loss of your cousins. I understand totally.
Added by michael duby on Jun 27, 2016 4:39 PM
michael duby
RE: James A. Bays
No need in taking yours down Kay.
Added by michael duby on Jun 27, 2016 3:54 PM
michael duby
RE: Griffin
Kay John Griffin is s/o William Griffin and Nancy? Griffin. William born 1795 N.C.
Added by michael duby on Jun 27, 2016 3:51 PM
Shirley Cooper Moss
We went in and helped clean it out, before the old tree died. I have several families buried at Trimble and will try to get a list for you. Thank You for mowing Trimble.
Added by Shirley Cooper Moss on Feb 12, 2016 10:26 PM
Shirley Cooper Moss
Added by Shirley Cooper Moss on Feb 12, 2016 10:12 PM
Shirley Cooper Moss
James Simmons Trimble Cem.
My Grandmother was France Corda Simmons Cooper and she is buried at Lindley Prairie. Her Uncle, James Simmons is buried at Trimble and his dates of death is 1894. They have it as 1849 but he raised a family and two of his sons are buried at Trimble. Lonnie and Andrew are buried there.
Added by Shirley Cooper Moss on Jan 26, 2016 10:56 PM
Anita D.
Barren Creek Cemetery, Polk county, Missouri
Thank you for taking time out of your day to photograph the stone for Nora C. Potts
Added by Anita D. on Nov 19, 2015 12:03 PM
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