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Ancestor Hunter* (#48051371)
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For 25+ years, I have been researching several families, many of whom lived in the Central and South Texas. I have been a Find-A-Grave contributor for more than 7 years, despite what it shows above.

I will be more than glad to add info, obits, bios or do corrections to any memorial I create, or manage. In some cases, I am willing to transfer beyond the Find A Grave guidelines. When requesting a transfer (no group transfers, please), be sure to state your relationship to the individual.

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To avoid confusion, and save everyone time and mistakes, please use the EDIT tab on the Memorial, in question, as I will only make Transfers, edits or family links when I receive a request using the EDIT tab. Please only use the "message board" for "general messages" which do not refer to a specific Memorial.

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It is good practice to always do a thorough search for duplicates, not just in a specific cemetery, before entering any memorial.

I will never intentionally create a invalid duplicate.
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I will never be intentionally rude to anyone and always endeavor to live by "The Golden Rule."

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A special note about the Abilene State School Cemetery:

First of all, I will be more than happy to add bios and link to family members and would love to see these memorials managed by family.

Find A Grave contributor "HuntCoTX" did a great job adding most of those buried there. "HuntCoTX" went inactive and I did not request but was given all the Abilene State School Cemetery records.

A little history: The epileptic colony was built on a 640-acre tract of donated land during 1902 and 1904. Brick buildings were constructed on forty acres which constituted the colony proper. Of the remaining 600 acres, 400 were under cultivation and 200 were in pasture (for the use of the colony). As you might have gathered, the Colony was designed and built be be a totally self-contained community.

The colony admitted its first patients on March 26, 1904. The state provided free treatment for indigent patients; others paid five dollars a week. This facility has gone through several name changes during its 110+ years of existence.

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Shelby Bozeman
Morris McFadden
Thanks for the info. It has been posted.
Added by Shelby Bozeman on Sep 04, 2016 4:28 PM
Jude
ABE BRANNAN
Thank you, for catching that ! Not sure how that one got away from me. Both on same day. Ha ! Some times I get a bit weary eye when Im working here. I deleted the one with little data. Thank you for all your work here at the site. You are doing amazing work.
Added by Jude on Aug 26, 2016 12:57 PM
Derek Ennis Veal
RE: Bad link
http://deveil34.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=deveil34&view=50&pid=1499&ver=17687
Added by Derek Ennis Veal on Aug 19, 2016 12:46 PM
Debbi Logan
D.S. Logan, Jr.
Dear Sir: Just a note to let you know: D.S. Logan, Jr. never had more than initials. His mother intended to name him for his father, Daye Stevenson Logan; however she decided that since they were going to call him D.S. that was what would be on the birth certificate and would be his actual name.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Glen Logan ( D.S.'s son)
Added by Debbi Logan on Aug 03, 2016 10:43 PM
Danah Ford
RE: Grave memorial for Tommie Linville.
Find A Grave transferred to duplicate memorial to me since the original creator is ill and cannot do anything. It is up to you whether you want to transfer the one you created. If you would prefer to manage it, you may. I have to delete one that someone else created. I thought about seeing if Find A Grave would join them. But, like I said, it is totally up to you. If you would rather keep it, I can give you additional information to include. Just let me know.
Added by Danah Ford on Jul 20, 2016 1:29 PM
Robbie Talley
Grace Vallie Talley
Where did you find her? We have been searching for her. Our last know location of her 2as Buffalo, NY.
Added by Robbie Talley on Jul 09, 2016 9:39 AM
Robbie Talley
Adding Children to John Earl Talley
How do we add children to John and Maude Talley's
record?

Robbie Talley
rjtalley.rt@gmail.com
Added by Robbie Talley on Jul 08, 2016 10:17 PM
Emily Benefield
Charlies & Carrie Torti
You created virtual burial but here is the info on where they were both buried. Thought you would want to place them in the cemetery. Ashes, both in same urn...

Charles and Carrie Torti of Kerrville passed away Monday, May 16, 2016, in Tupelo, Miss., from a plane crash. Inurnment: 2 p.m. Sunday, June 12, in Laurel Land Memorial Park, 7100 Crowley Road, Fort Worth.

Published in Star-Telegram on June 11, 2016 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?pid=180288205#sthash.WJ1V2B9m.dpuf
Added by Emily Benefield on Jul 04, 2016 8:13 AM
Linda Lewis
RE: Mavis Sue Frank Harris Mueller
Glad I could help!
Added by Linda Lewis on Jun 28, 2016 5:36 PM
Charline Herring Ryan
RE: Sellers Mathis
Thank you very much,looks good to me. He is my 1st cousin 3x removed.
Added by Charline Herring Ryan on Apr 29, 2016 3:27 PM
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