|Linda Christensen||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for looking for the Clark tombstone. I really do appreciate it. Thanks again!
|Linda Cardenas||Elizabeth Fox|
Thank you for all your work in trying to find her grave. I appreciate all you did. Just sorry there is no proof of where she is buried. She is my ggrandmother's sister.
|Karen Raichle||Mary Mahana|
Thank you so much for visiting this cemetery. It appears quite desolate. Thanks for providing the photo of Mary's tombstone for me. I appreciate your time and effort.
|Karen Raichle||Donia Mahana|
Thank you so much for the photo of Donia's grave. I do appreciate your efforts on my behalf.
|Carol Jones||Me again.|
I got my maps out and see that it is, indeed, in the northeast corner of Burnet County and I certainly commend you for finding it!
Was the cemetery in Burnet county? I am confused by seeing her also listed in a "Bachelor Peak" or Rutledge Cemetery in Lampasas county. Her son is definitely in Senterfitt Cemetery in Lampasas county, but I know she lived in Burnet county.
|Carol Jones||Mary E Cobb|
Thank you so much for going to the trouble to find and photograph this grave. I'm sure it was no easy task.
She was my great-great grandfather's third wife.
|Brenda J. Rogers||RE: sons and daughters of Texas Revolution|
Sons of the Republic of Texas
|Brenda J. Rogers||DRT|
This web site will tell you how to become a member. It also have a list of ancestors that others have done.This is what your hoping for, that someone has done some of the work. You can use their DRT# then add your information. It could take while to get death certificates. Which is the main source for work. Hope this helps! Just let me know if you need more help.