|Sheryl Hancock Hall (#47734932)|
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Born and raised in Dalhart, Tx.|
Father-John A Hancock,Jr.
Mother-Vera L Firestone
John Andrew Hancock
Edith Mae Walter
Leland Delmaus Firestone
Eva Mae Nickels
Enjoy working on family history.
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|Betty Anderson||Maude Brown's gravestone photo|
Thank you so very much for the photo. You did a really great job. I truly appreciate your work!
|Herman Weiland||Dalhart Cemetery|
Thanks for the photos of Willie Blanks Scott and William Scott.
Her brother North Blanks married my Fathers sister Fannie Weiland. So they are almost kin but not quite.
|Ancestor Hunter||Thank You|
Thank you for taking a picture of Nora Mead's gravestone.
|Tyler James McCane||Catherine Hampton|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of Catherine's grave. It is greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Sheryl, for your contribution. Many years ago, my husband and I drove through Dalhart, TX and went to the cemetery and tried to find my grandmother's grave with no success. I have found it with your help. Thank you so much for your help!
Added by Sheryl on Apr 09, 2015 8:36 AM
|Carole Fudge/Ragain||Photo for Lynnie A. Fudge|
Thank you for the beautiful photo you took for Lynnie A. Fudge in Shaha Cem. NM. I took the opportunity to look at all the Fudge photos in the cemetery. Thanks again for all.
|Jennifer Jester||J.A. Crowley|
Thank you Sheryl. It looks like a Woodmen of the World marker but I trying to figure out if it is some type of animal lying down in front of it. Very unusual marker. Thank you, Jennifer
|charles klingel||Wisegarver George|
Thanks for the photo's
Thank you so much for the picture of Floyd Teafatiller's headstone.
Added by Bobbie on Mar 19, 2015 6:31 AM
|G-Man||Calvin & Anna Baker|
Thank you-thank you-thank you. We have been hoping someone would find their way into the backwoods of Union County, NM for the photos. It took us two tries to locate the cemetery several years back. I was able to get close by on a work assignment to look for it. The first time all we knew was it was in the Sedan NM area and after a few hours of cruising the back roads we had to give up. The second time we had better directions and found it rather quickly. Unfortunately the camera we had at the time was one that used mini-CDs and it was beginning to act up. We were unable to read the CD on our laptop that night in the motel and had to go back the next morning and re-shoot. The second-try CD somehow corrupted on the trip home and could not be read on the computer after we got back to Alabama, so we have been waiting since for a volunteer to take them. Really appreciate the time you took - our experience in the New Mexico backwoods tells the effort that was needed.
Added by G-Man on Mar 18, 2015 10:34 PM
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