|Shelly Rhodes (#47855462)|
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I love genealogy and history. I am a bit new at this but I will try anything I can do to help. I think this is a great website because there are so many cemeteries that date far back and information is being lost every year due to weathering, etc. This is site has helped me find some of my relatives so I would like to do the same for someone else. I came across this site through my own personal search for my and my husband's ancestors. |
Shelly(self)- Dad's side-Witter,White,Neill, Lee,Robinson,Tippett,Caldwell,Crockett,Blount, Fulton, Thomas.
(My aunt's genealogy has led us to David Thomas, signer of the TX Declaration of Independence)
-Mom's side-Axline,Britain,Rice, Kennedy, etc.
Cody(hubby)- Dad's side-Rhodes, Biggs, King,and
Thomas Jefferson Rusk.
Mom's side-Bauman, Bilton
Our family joke is that we were destined to be together generations ago because of our historical connections.
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|Bill and Denise||RE: Celia Ann Rhodes Ward|
You are more than welcome. Glad we could help. Cemetery was very nice. It was behind a church and there was an October fair going on so we were entertained as we searched. :)
|Diane Preston||Your Family Photos|
Hey! I sent you a message on your regular email yesterday to see if the photos were still on the site, as my computer would not bring them up...I do not know if the message was misdirected or misunderstood, but that was my only intention. Diane
|Diane Preston||RE: Susan Langworthy stone|
You are very welcome!
Thank you for the photos of Cora Crocker's headstone. It is much appreciated. By the way, I am working on the Rhodes line also, My Great grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth Rhodes Emery, her Dad was Moses Rhodes, from Tennessee. Maybe we are long lost cousins :-)
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Dolly Barden|
You are very welcome. That's fine. I hope your medical tests show
happy results! Sorry about the problems with ancestry.com
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Dolly Barden|
Her stone photos were uploaded on July 21
|Chris Easley||RE: Darnaby-Jones Cem request|
Thanks for the info. I have seen what I believe to be the cemetery on Bing maps. If you go to the 'birds eye' view, look for CR 704D. It's a dead end road off of CR 807. Follow the first driveway on the left all the way up and just beyond the house there, you can see an fenced in area. I believe this to be Jones Cemetery. I'd very much like to visit the cemetery and photograph what headstones are there. If for no other reason, to preserve a piece of history.
The Mrs. Lanfear you referred to, was she with the Johnson County Cemetery Association? I might like to contact her to see about accessing a few other private cemeteries. Namely, Buchanan Cemetery, but there are also a few others. I'd like to be able to get access to be able to photograph and add ALL of the graves on Find A Grave. There are SOME headstone photos for Buchanan, but not a lot.
If you still have the number for Mrs. Lanfear, would you mind e-mailing that to me?
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: William Witter|
You are very welcome. Again, I am very sorry that your grandpa is
gone from your life. I am sure he meant a lot to you. Such times of
loss are turning points in our lives
|LaVerne Bradley||Peggy (Hallmark) Allen|
Thank you so very much for the grave marker picture posted and your involvement with Find A Grave.
The picture is very nice and is much appreciated.
|Frankie Gardner||Crass at Jonesville Cemetery|
Unfortunately I wasn't able to find the "H. Crass" you were requesting from Jonesville Cemetery. But, I did add two new Crass family members to FindAGrave that are buried at Jonesville: Minnie Crass (w/o S.R. Meade) and Bobbie R. Crass (w/o Samuel S. Crass, Jr.).
Hope this helps!
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