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Native Texan (#48286244)
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Robert Gebbert
Thank you so much for taking this young man's grave photo. I had it on my list for months and decided to re-request it. You claimed it immediately. I appreciat your prompt action.
Added by snm on May 20, 2014 3:56 PM
Steven Gray
Fannie Elms
I saw you requested a photo of the grave of Fannie Elms in the Leakey Floral Cemetery. According to the Curator for the Leakey Floral Cemetery, Fannie Elms is buried in Hondo, TX.
Added by Steven Gray on Mar 25, 2014 5:33 PM
Alan and Mary Van Dyke
Seburn Hilton #100479769
Thank you for taking the photo of Seburn's headstone! I really appreciate it!

I was wondering if you remember seeing anyone else that might be related near his stone, since he's the only "Hilton" listed in the Sinton Cemetery.

Thank you!!
Mary Van Dyke
Added by Alan and Mary Van Dyke on Mar 03, 2014 11:53 AM
Kelly K
George Petty
The photo is of George Amos Petty and believed to be their first son Amos Ray Petty he is holding. I have the whole photo if you'd like it. I believe the photo copy came from The History of Dimmit county Texas book. He was my GGuncle. Email me privately if you'd like to exchange more.
Added by Kelly K on Jan 24, 2014 9:09 PM
Ruth Smith
RE: Thanks for trying.
I found Thomas Petty married to Rebecca Ann Adcock in Dickinson Tn on 12/24/1838 and killed by mule in 1850 as per the federal mortality schedule of 1850.
There are some Petty's in Pleasant Valley Cemetery and some in the Zephyr Cemetery in Brown County. I have not tied Thomas to them. There is a Petty family cemetery in Corsicana, Navarro County but I found no marker for him.
Added by Ruth Smith on Jan 19, 2014 10:34 PM
Jennifer Williams
RE: Texian Hero William Parker
Thank you for being willing to help me out with a photograph for William Parker. My sons and I hope to eventually travel down that way myself and pay our respects, but to have photos sooner would be great. And I agree with your kind words for all the brave souls who lost their lives during the fight for Texas Independence. Humbling to think of the sacrifice they made. I truly appreciate your efforts.
Added by Jennifer Williams on Nov 27, 2013 10:35 PM

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