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The following memorial is for a dear child abandoned and could use TLC from visitors : Baby Girl April|
I've been working on my family's "tree" for several years now and since most of my family burials are nowhere near where I live, Find A Grave has been very helpful to me. I was born in Arkansas but ended up in Texas before I turned one! Family names I am working on are: BLACK, THOMPSON, ALFORD, ELMORE, MARTIN, BOLLS, JESTER, and others. Many of these folks are in Arkansas with some being in Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana (and the occasional drifter out to CA!)
As for the photos I have taken and added to memorials, you are welcome to use them for your personal family trees, on Ancestry.com, etc. No need to ask me first.
And a BIG thank you to all the wonderful volunteers out there who claim my photo requests, inform me of problems and generally just help the whole FindaGrave community!
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|Jim Nelson||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome. Always glad to help. Jim
|Angie||RE: Black family|
You are very welcome
Added by Angie on Nov 11, 2016 4:03 PM
|LyndaBentz||RE: John Robert Boyd|
I added his obituary
|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||RE: Thanks!|
You are so welcome. Glad I could do that for you.
|LPENN||RE: Isaac Black|
You are most welcome! This cemetery is close to my house so I will check back periodically to see if the stone is returned. Hopefully it is being repaired.
Added by LPENN on Aug 29, 2016 9:43 PM
|kbutts||RE: Belated Thank You|
You are so very welcome!
Added by kbutts on Aug 24, 2016 12:52 AM
|Brett Langston Rowland||Alma Alford Turner|
I am not a direct descendant either, so would you like management of this memorial?
|Debbie Gibbons||RE: Herring|
You are welcome!
|Brian Walker||RE: Jake Thompson|
There's a story behind that picture.
We went to Clarksville, Arkansas for Memorial Day weekend. It was a quiet Sunday afternoon so I decided to find some graves from Find-A-Grave.
The ones I searched for were obscure and I could not find any of them. So, I decided to find a larger one and ended up in the middle of Clarksville where Jake is buried.
I looked up the photo requests on Find A Grave, looked around a bit and nothing. I pulled up Jake's name, turned myself around (about 180 degrees) and there was Jake's headstone! I was excited.
You be good.
|Deb (Mari) Pittillo||RE: Betty Daniel|
You're very welcome! Glad I could help!
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