|Sheryl Preston (#48018861)|
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|Retired school teacher/principal who loves history and geneology and therefore, loves tromping old cemeteries. When not playing with grandchidlren, will be glad to look for your photo requests (sometimes I just take them with me to "the park").|
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|James Coston||Ruby Massey, Richland Cem.|
Back in March this year U posted a note that she was "probably" buried beside her husband but that the grave was unmarked. His name was not noted but after checking the records, can I assume he is John (1902-1972)? The reason I ask is I'd like to go check and determine if there is actually an adult female buried in that spot. If so, that would further lead to the belief that's her resting place given the proximity of her spouse.
I'm assuming John given the birth years.
Later, James Coston
|Ann Berry McNair||Gravestone photo|
Sheryl, thank you so much for taking the photo for Ned Thomas Walker and placing it on his memorial page. It gave me his full name and other information that I needed. Thanks again, Ann
|John Cummings||Headstone Picture|
Sheryl, Thank you so much for great Headstone picture of Winnie Lord. Your friend John Cummings
|Jan Wigley||RE: J.H. Wigley|
Hi Sheryl...my Tree says your grandfather and I are 5th cousins. We go back to Job Wigley and have separate lines. Mine is James Wigley and yours is Job Jr.s line. We are distant cousins. I am trying to sort out the Wigleys in Texas for my Tree. I still have a lot to do.
Thank you so much for your time to help preserve our family history. Blessings, Carolyn
Added by CCSN54 on May 14, 2013 7:48 AM
|Neal McEwen||Joe Ferrar - Thanks|
Thanks for going to the cemetery office and finding Joe is in an unmared grave.
I wonder if I wrote to the cemetery, they could make a copy of his burial record for me? I would be curious who paid for it as he had no close relatives.
A point of interest: Joe was a Civil War Verteran who befriended my mother when she was about 6 years old. She still talks of him fondly. My grandmother helped take care of him when he was near the end. My mother delived food to him and learned a lot from him. Perhaps I'll write the VA and ask that they put a veterans marked there for him. He was in the 7th Kansas Cavalry, enlisting at 15.
thanks for your help!
|Lee Veal||Harrison burial sites|
Thank you for researching the photo requests for
Edward Benjamin Harrison, I,
Earl Belshe Harrison and
Grace Virginia Harrison
in Oakwood Cemetery, Tarrant County, Ft. Worth, Tx.
Sorry for the wild goose chase.
Did you happen to collect the
section, lot, plot info for my Harrison relatives?
If so, could you pass it on to me?
Thank you again for your effort.
Added by Lee Veal on Apr 11, 2013 7:23 PM
|Joe Boyd Williams||Hugo Dieringer|
Thank you very much for the photo of Hugo Dieringer's grave.
Joe Boyd Williams SRT
|Arleen Hopkins||allen stokes|
|Linda Nix (Winn) Black||Rhoda Nix Anderson|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo or our Great Aunt's Memorial Marker. It is so kind, generous and thoughtful of you to use your talents to help others find their lost relatives from the past! It means so much to us!
Garland Nix, & daughter, Linda Nix Black
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