|D. L. Lee||Moses Terry|
I added a photograph to this memorial, but I did not receive a message that you would be notified. I just wanted to make sure you knew it had been posted. Best wishes, D. L.
|C Robison||RE: Richard Terry Grave|
Your welcome for the info. Sorry to hear you lost another family member.
|C Robison||Richard Terry|
I uploaded a photo of his marker today which was taken recently. I'm not sure if you live in the area or not, but wanted to let you know that if a relative contacts the cemetery office you can have the marker raised. I am telling you this, because if you look at the photo, there is a considerable amount of dirt covering his wife's end of the marker. I hate to see the markers covered like this, but when I have asked them if they would fix things like this they have told me a family member needs to request the repair. If you have them raise it, let me know when it has been done and I will gladly go back out and take another photo to replace the one I added.
Please accept my condolences for your loss.
|Terry Schoch||Photo requests|
Your requests for the Terry Cemetery in San Saba County. Sarah Elizabeth Terry, 1848-1865 died before the cemetery was established in 1880.The funeral home papers from Cleburne say that the body is to be shipped to San Saba for internment in the Terry Cemetery. But there is no tombstone t for him there.
|Judyvv||RE: Loren Hooper Terry|
I changed the info on this back to match the memorial stone for the person buried here. The problem with the new auto edits is that people change things and aren't always correct.
Added by Judyvv on Jun 27, 2015 9:20 PM
|LeAnne Amox Goudeau||Mem 112708824|
Are you related? Please let me know and I will transfer memorial.
|Carl Bennett||RE: From Judith Terry|
Hi, Thanks for the reply. If you don't respond to my edit request within 3 weeks, Find A Grave will take care of it for you. Or we can request that Find A Grave merge our two memorials, if you have no objection to that.
|Missy McHargue||lillian brumfield-tressell|
we located a lillie brumfield in ladoga cemetery. the years on the stone for her were 1865-1940. could this possibly be the one you are looking for? the other names on this stone are j. edward brumfield (shown as her husband) and frederic brumfield
|sarah knox||RE: Terry Fanily|
|sarah knox||Lawerence co Alabama|
The Terry s from Lawerence co Alabama is the line that I wanted to see pictures Thanks
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