|D'Ann Smith||Richards and Allen Families|
My name is D'Ann(Allen)Smith
We are cousins with Allen and Richards connections.
My dad was Don R. Allen son of Robert Young Allen and Eula Richards.
My Aunt Yvonne (Allen) Fyke says you may know more about the Richards family. She does not remember much of the line.
I would love to trade any family history I have with you.
Is there any chance you know information of those in the Fort Chadborne Cemetery Ft Chadborne Coke Co Texas. I have a WD SMith buired there but his birth and death dates are unknown. Would you know if others are buried there that are not in the records. I am looking for a WD Smith Born 1828-30 in either Miss or Texas and died sometime after 1865.His wife would be Nancy H Smith but not the Nancy whose maiden name was Kelly!
|Mary Miller/ Nan Kelly||Cross|
I have transferred all of the Crosses in Citizens Cemetery to you.
If I can do anything else for you just let me know.
I noticed one of them did not have a photo. I am going back to the cemetery and make more photos when it cools off.
Thank you for the grave marker photo for Claude and Sybil Dunn. Find A Grave photographers are the best!
Added by Rajordan on Aug 07, 2011 9:17 AM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Croy marker, Memory Gardens|
Thanks so much for the photo of the Croy's marker. You found her burial site for me, and I'm grateful for your help
Cory and Jennifer, my thanks for the Clayton kin transfers. Data added. Merle
Added by Merle on Feb 03, 2011 3:28 PM
|Kathy Daniels||B. F. King|
Thank you so much for transferring B. F. King to me. I really appreciate it.
I made the transfer you requested. Anyone else I manage - just let me know. Will be glad to transfer.
|Alice ||Joy Snyder|
Your grandmother always made the best cookies in the world! As a young girl, I played for hours with your mom in the wonderful playhouse that your dad built.
Thanks for the memorials you have set up for your grandparents.
Alice West Wells
Added by Alice on Jun 04, 2009 7:45 AM
|M. J. Sharkey||Skinner Cemetery|
The Skinner Cemetery is located on ranch land approx 2 miles past where all roads end (approx 4 miles west of Orient, Tx). There was a "passable" dirt road approximately 35 years ago; however, you'd have to drive to that area and see if there is even a gate near that area of that ranch, much less a remaining road (28 miles NNE of San Angelo). You'd have to locate who currently owns the ranch and obtain permission to enter their land. Winter would be the only option, unless you are keen on walking in deep dead grass and high weeds during "rattle snake crawling" season.
This is what I have been told. I haven't seen it myself either.
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