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|Martha Malinowski (#47506372)|
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I am currently researching my family names BELT, HOLTSCLAW, FRENCH, APPLE, BLACKSHEAR, INCE, GRIFFIS, NICHOLS, BRIGANCE, WALLACE,MASSEY, GREER and MORGAN; also, on my husband side, MALINOWSKI and SUPRYNOWICZ
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|Mary Bayer||Nancy Nichols|
This is the third time I have received a request for a photo of Nancy Nichols grave site. After searching once again and having the grounds keeper also search, I can assure you that there is no marker for Nancy Nichols at this cemetery. Sorry.
|Tom McManus||RE: marie malinowski_ma-national-cemetery|
You are welcome! There is only one stone so they must have replaced the original headstone.
|Tammy Hurst||RE: Brigance Cemetery in TN|
You're very welcome - I'm so glad I could help!
|fonda flamingo||Eddie & Mattie McKee / Oakwood Cem. Milan, Tn.|
I just transferred these 2 memorials to you to update as you wish. I am not related to these folks. Blessings to you and your family.
|Christe Castle Blackett||Julia Artemisa Massey|
I noticed there were some photos attached to this record besides the one of Julia Artemisa. I was wondering who they were. I'm an ancestor and this is the only photos I have of these ancestors. I'm so excited to find these! Thank you for your help.
|Claudia Brown||RE: Campbell Ince|
It is catacornered across from the Melvin Baptist Chuch which faces South Noyes. I drive by it every Sunday. It is really right in the middle of town.
|Claudia Brown||RE: Melvin Cemetery|
I went to the Tax Appraisal District office in Brady and the address is 324 W.Live Oak. They are also on line so you should be able to see the property on their website. The property currently belongs to a Sandra A. DeAmour, 300 West Live Oak, Melvin, Texas Mailing address P. O. Box 764, Melvin, Texas 76858. She might know the history. If you find out, let me know!!
|Claudia Brown||Campbell and Rachel Ince|
I recently added information for this couple to FindaGrave and they corrected the site to show the correct burial place. They are buried in a small cemetery in the middle of Melvin, Texas across the street from the Melvin Baptist Church. I am still trying to find out the name of this small cemetery but for the time being have named it City of Melvin, corner of S. Noyes Ave. and West Liveoak. Just thought you might like to know that they are not unmarked in the big cemetery, just in a different one.
|Claudia Brown||RE: Campbell Ince|
No trick really. It is right in the middle of town. Surrounded by houses and across the street from the Melvin Baptist Church. I just happened to take the pictures one Sunday before Church. I recently moved to Melvin and have always been interested in cemeteries. I came home and did an ancestry search for some of the folks and did not get any hits. I later had to do something for the Melvin Cemetery Association and saw that there were three requests. It was just blind dumb luck!!! So glad to be able to find them for you.
No one has been able to tell me the name of the cemetery or what it might have been attached to for it to be in the middle of town. I think they had some flu epidemics in the 1910s and 1920s so they may just have buried them where they lived. I am still trying to find out the name. I made up the one that I used so I could get the request to you.
|Grammy||RE: Sarah Wright|
Added by Grammy on Mar 29, 2016 8:01 PM
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