|Pat Taylor Denney (#47666876)|
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Hi Pat, I'm sorry I got behind, but I wanted to thank you for a photo you took of James Boles Headstone back in Nov. I do appreciate your volunteerism.
Added by Robin on Mar 02, 2014 6:18 PM
|Harry Senft||Lester Luther Myers|
Thanks a lot for the picture
|Charles Patterson||Patterson Headstones|
Thanks for your time and wonderful photos, they are very much appreciated.
|Cindy Sloan||Ethel McKinney|
Thank you so much for following up on the grave for Ethel McKinney. Too bad there is no headstone, but I do appreciate your efforts.
Wishing you the very best,
|Judi Pantano||Camerons at Auburndale Park|
Hi Pat -
Thank you so much for taking the time to get photos of Menton and Luverne Cameron for me. I appreciate it so much! And you did it so quickly too! Wow!
Have a good one!
Thank you for taking the time to take the pictures of the Aplin-Kirkland family.
I have added Zunie (Jackson)Aplin Kirkland & Curtis Kirkland. Also, I have made a Photo-Request for them. If you want to added their headstone.
Thanks again & God Bless,
|Martha McCaffrey Dobbins||Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens|
Thank you for your time and effort in locating and photographing Lipham tombstones. Have a good weekend!
|Eddie K||RE: Harmon Littrell|
Unfortunately, no, I don't know. Sometimes, when I get totally confused, I'll temporarily enter a non-burial memorial to use it to try to make sense. I left these because it made more sense to just leave them. I'm related to Fannie (second cousin 3 times removed) thru her mother. Not related to Harmon, although I am to almost all Littrell's and Howard's (his parents). I'm sure these came from Lauderdale county, Alabama, along with most Cox and Hammonds families. There are several spellings of the Hammonds (Hammons, Hammond, etc). Most of my family leap-frogged from a line from Lauderdale county, AL, thru White county, TN, thru Marshall county, TN, thru Overton county, TN, to Floyd county, KY. No stops along the way, just all the way to Carroll and Madison counties, AR. Back in the 1830s to 1880s in horse or oxen drawn wagons, that's quite a trip!! It's not like the first ones were coming to Madison and Carroll counties but, after leaving the hills of Tennessee, etc, the Ozarks were the first place to look like home.
Added by Eddie K on Oct 15, 2013 6:34 AM
Thank you for taking Iva Robison's photo.
Added by Gina on Oct 14, 2013 11:57 AM
for the photographs of the Dilts family headstone, I really appreciate it.
Added by Robert on Sep 04, 2013 1:06 PM
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