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Jennifer Zimmermann (#47756836)
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Bio Photo I am so excited that I found this site!! Excited to join the community. :) I am a 30 year old, married mother of four wonderful children who is just beginning her love of cemetery walking. I stumbled onto Find a grave while researching my family tree and it aided me in my search for information. I'm looking forward to giving back to the site that helped me so much! :) Have a blessed day!
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David Pharr
Pharrs
I'm also a Pharr. Proven line back to Edward Neddy Phair who was a Uncle to your ancestor. Edward was married to Rachel Beard and after her death in Virginia he moved his family to Mecklenburg NC. He later moved to Georgia where many in his family live today. he and several of his sons fought in the Revolution in Mecklenburg Units. To the point. The Pharr family is not English. They were Scot Irish and came to America. There is not record of Edward ever living in Pennsylvania but he is and always has been considered part of the family that did. The Book Pharrs and Farrs says that he was a first Generation to come to America but also says there is a possibility they were in America before arriving in Pennsylvania. I like several think they lived in New England at least for a while.
Added by David Pharr on Nov 01, 2015 3:36 PM
Susan Kelley Schofield
RE: Sims Photos in Magnolia Cemetery
You are more than welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Susan Kelley Schofield on Feb 22, 2013 8:39 PM
Lola
RE: Casey in Splendora Cemetery
they are there
Added by Lola on Feb 21, 2013 8:20 PM
Lola
RE: Casey in Splendora Cemetery
yes i will link them to her. your welcome and if i can help you in any other way please feel free to ask... Lola
Added by Lola on Feb 21, 2013 8:12 PM
mackdon
It's a New Year Gift
Thanks. I appreciate the effort. It's amazing how one digital photo can generate a smile.
Added by mackdon on Jan 20, 2013 8:47 PM
James Coston
Smith: Project Ended ... Mexia
Hello Jennifer,
Sadyl to say all ur requests @ Mexia have been fulfilled. That was fun and I'm sad to see it ended. My dog will be missing her hamburger & fries @ McDonalds, that was her treat for stomping the cemetery with me. I just put in ur last 2 requests so they should be notifying U shortly.
Anyway, once U get the Smith side of ur genealogy completed, and I U wish to have someone in this area on the lookout, send me a copy and I'll keep it on my clipboard for a while. That way when I'm out and about, if I spot someone on the list that has no memorial foto, then I'll fix it. Also, there is always the chance that there are people unknown to U that I might run across & without something to go on, I would not know their importance.
At any rate, it's been fun.
Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Oct 12, 2012 10:01 AM
James Coston
"In Memory" for Jack Womack
As suspected, the monument was placed next to his wife, why nobody will ever know, but I suspect that it was to tie him and his wife together. There are no remains at that location.
= = = =
He is buried beside his father, Jesse
Added by James Coston on Oct 10, 2012 1:53 PM
James Coston
Mexia Cemetery
Morning Jennifer,
All the fotos on ur wish list are now uploaded to the findagrave database.
My dog, Precious, and I are having a lot of fun assisting U with your genealogical trail and am looking forward to the next batch of requests.
Since Eugena Womack Smith is of interest to you, I went back and updated her plot foto to show who is around her.
I put names on the fotos for information purposed only, I think it helps to show relationships of prople. If U wish to use any of my fotos for your personal purposes feel free to remove the names if U wish. I try and put the words where removal will not affect the foto.
As to Precious, she is an important member of my "team". She helps me get my exercise by being by my side while I stomp around cemeteries & in exchange, I take her to the local McDonalds, get burgers and fries, then we head back out there, find a shade tree and have lunch. She loves McDonalds hamburgs, HA !!!
Oh well, I digress, anyway, glad I could help and post other requests as U see fit, I'll take care of them. Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Oct 06, 2012 8:33 AM
James Coston
Jack Womack, Mexia
Well Jennifer, I got some conflicting evidence for U on Jack. He has a stone that sez "in memory of" in the first Womack plot that I found and it's placed beside his wife.
Now that I have found his father's plot, Jesse, there is also a stone there next to his dad. I was checking for remains, hoping to find a female that might be the wife of Jesse (no luck there) but I did pass over the area occupied by Jacks tombstone and there are remains of an adult male at that location.
Sets up a situation that I need ur input on.
It looks like maybe someone put a marker "in memory of" next to his wife for association while the actual marker is beside his father.
If U look at Jesse's memorial, the plot view, U will see Jack of to the right.
Now, what should we do !!! ?????????????
Maybe, totally remove the first set of fotos that I posted and replace them with the new ones or note "in memory of" on the first set and still add the new ones ?? Whatch think ??
Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Oct 02, 2012 4:23 PM
James Coston
Mexia Cemetery
Evening Jennifer,
I went back to the cemetery and I have all the fotos that U requested+ a lot of Beckham names.
Also, some GOOD NEWS on Jesse. I LOCATED HIS MONUMENT !!! The game plan that we put together was a "logical" one. I will be changing what I have on his existing memorial to the correct info and also any mention of him on the other family members at the Womack family plot.
Also, U asked about surnames around the area.
The main one's are:
Metcalf, Smith, Suttle, Cogdell, Parker, Harris, Mullens, McDonald & Clark. In the Clark plot I found Jack Womack Clark (1899-1938). He must be a relative or a family friend. FYI, he is listed on findagrave and I have posted his marker. He is in a plot with (3) other Clarks. Those kinds of names can toss ya a curve.
My surname (Coston) is from North Carolina. My grandfathers brother was Doyle O'hanlon Coston. I searched for a connection the the Irish for years. What I finally found in the archives in North Carolina was that Doyle O'hanlon was taken to raise by the Coston family in 1843 and they moved to Texas in 1855. No blood connection, just a legal adoption type.
I digress, back to the issue at hand.
As my bio states, I am out in the country on 28k dial-up so it takes a while to edit fotos and get them on the net. Plus I live on a working ranch which takes up a lot of time. The other thing is that my son and his spouse are split, as a result, I now have a 14 year old grandson that's a handful.
Having said all the above, what I am leading up to is that putting all the fotos that I have for you will take a while so don't despair, I'll get to them in no specific order but as I can get around to it.
Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Oct 01, 2012 8:56 PM
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