|Jamie Lewis Souders (#48052137)|
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|I live in Fort Worth, Texas and would be happy to photograph your ancestors grave sites. Some of the larger cemeteries here will not give out grave info to non relatives. If you can give me as much info as possible, I will do my best to get you the photos.|
I have been working on my families history for over 10 years and have come across some beautiful cemeteries and headstones. My husband has gotten used to having me yell "stop" as we pass by old cemeteries on our road trips! I look forward to helping you with your family photo requests.
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|Glenn Mouton||RE: Photo request|
I don't know what you mean by "old" or "new". There are a few graves behind the church, but it's my understanding that they haven't been burying people in that cemetery in a long time. There is a 6-square-block cemetery across the bayou, on the Old Kaplan Hwy. I think this is the newer one, although some of the graves in that cemetery might be over 100 years old. It has over 6,000 graves. The ones I photographed for you are in that cemetery. A-2 is the section. It's near the two mausoleums in the northeast corner. I know this cemetery well. There are multiple cemeteries listed on Find-A-Grave that are the same physical cemetery. This happens when people aren't careful. The cemetery on Find-A-Grave where you put those two memorials has a total of 22 memorials. There is another cemetery called St. Mary Magdalene that has nearly 1,000 memorials. They're the same physical cemetery. I have a master list from about 2005 for that cemetery. All the names are on my master list. I'm trying to sort all this out myself, and see if I can get Find-A-Grave to correct it. In the meantime, I just photographed the graves as you requested.