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JSM (#48010416)
 member for 1 year, 8 months, 27 days
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Bio Photo My heartfelt gratitude to all who volunteer to photograph gravesites and create memorials and your graciousness in transferring them to family members. Thank you for your efforts.
It is my hope that any information from family records that I can add to these memorials will benefit someone else's genealogy.

The Zinnia, for thought of absent friends.

The Pink Carnation, for Mother's Day and I'll never forget you.

The White Periwinkle, for tender and pleasant memories.

The Pansy, for thoughtful recollections.

The Cypress Bough, for mourning.

The Iris, for wisdom and valor.

The Daisy, for loyal love.
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 • 51 Memorials Added
 • 173 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 112 Photos
 • 187 Virtual Flowers
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 • 8 Sponsorships
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Messages left for JSM (19)[Leave Message]
RE: Hughie call
Can I send a private message anywhere? I grew up with hughie in my life until she passed away.
Added by Melissa on Sep 20, 2014 2:57 PM
Hughie call
You added pictures to Hughie call and Louise call. Just wondering....where did they come from?
Added by Melissa on Sep 15, 2014 4:46 PM
M. Littlejohn
James Tate
You messaged me that James Tate is buried in Luper Cemetery. Do you have a source for that info? Thanks.
Added by M. Littlejohn on May 29, 2014 1:37 PM
Bill & Bobbye Varner
RE: Annie Tate Williams
16 Dec 2013
Send me the request for transfer on each memorial so I will know which ones you are talking about, OK? At the moment I don't have time to cull through it, hope you understand - it is the holidays and I have family coming. Just try to keep up with e-mail each day! Thanks, Bobbye Varner
Added by Bill & Bobbye Varner on Dec 16, 2013 9:48 PM
Bill & Bobbye Varner
RE: Annie Tate Williams
13 Dec 2013
Hi, sorry it has taken me so long to reply. Annie Tate Dixon Williams doesn't belong in my family of Tate's (to my knowledge)that settled up there in North Texas, do you want her? Does she belong in your list of Tate's/William's? Don't remember now, but we were up there (I live south of Houston), chasing some people in the Tate or our William's line and seeing the name took the picture and put her on Findagrave, as I did all the others we found. So let me know, don't forget to send me your contributor's number. Thanks for all your help. Bobbye Varner
Added by Bill & Bobbye Varner on Dec 12, 2013 7:59 PM
Bill & Bobbye Varner
Annie Tate Williams
18 Nov 2013
Hi, I have linked Annie with the Dixon's as you requested. But, I did not find an Annie with them in the 1900 census, she would have been 14, I think. We were/are following the surname "Tate" up there in those counties and that is probably why I took the photo & put her on Find A Grave, as I do not find her in my genie program. If you determine that she doesn't belong to the Dixon's, let me know. Or do you know why she has "Tate" on her tombstone? Glad to help. Bobbye Varner
Added by Bill & Bobbye Varner on Nov 18, 2013 7:51 PM
Find A Grave Memorial # 18215928
In looking at Grace KIMBROUGH's tombstone information I see you mention the accident she, her sister and Spalding KIMBROUGH were in the carriage that killed Robert Snead KIMBOROUGH.
Grace's maiden name was CULLOM as stated by you and her sister was Francis Elizabeth "Fanny" CULLOM, my husband's grandmother! I remember Mim, as we called her, telling me about the accident. Mim, died 29 December 1990 in Dallas, Dallas, TX. She was in a retirment home at the time, but her mind was sharp to the end. She had slipped and fell in October 1990 and from that time on she just "went downhill". I was with her in March of that year going over our family history! If there is anyone out there interested or has more information on this family, I would be glad to receive or give any that I have.
Barbara Padgitt
Houston, TX
Added by Barbara on Oct 31, 2013 9:01 PM
Lyle Fulton
RE: Photo
You are more than welcome.
Added by Lyle Fulton on Oct 11, 2013 12:40 PM
Lyle Fulton
Howe Graves at Calvary
I'm very pleased to have been able to provide these photos. Glad to help out whenever I can.
Added by Lyle Fulton on Jun 17, 2013 11:19 PM
Cynthia Curtis
Hi - You did not give me your relationship to this person when you requested the transfer. I pretty much follow the Find A Grave guidelines for transfer. If it's outside those lines, I'll happily add any information or links you want. Just send it on ! Sherry
Added by Sherry on Apr 26, 2013 7:08 AM
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