|Kathy S. (#35907262)|
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I began my genealogy research in 1991 after the deaths of my father and father-in-law, and I realized how little we knew about our family history. It has been a very rewarding endeavor although it can be challenging at times to find the correct information. My family surnames are:|
Hayse, Hayes, Hays, Haze
Murray, Murry, Murrey
Wade, Waid, Waide
I will gladly transfer management of memorials that are not a part of my family history. Happy Trails To You!
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|Mary McCann Tucker||Pat Lanier Class of 1965|
OBIT Another Smiley Grad
PATRICK EDWARD LANIER, 62, passed away on Monday, April 13, 2009, surrounded by his loving family. Patrick was preceded in death by his father, Edward Douglas Lanier. Patrick is survived by his wife, Melody Lanier; son, Ryan Patrick Lanier; mother, Betty Nixon; sisters Mary Lanier, Melinda DuBose, Becky Rogers and her husband, David; stepson Walter Kevin Wilson and wife, Jennifer; step-grandson Walter Kade Wilson; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Patrick was a life member and Lifetime Committeeman of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, having served on the Corral Club, Horseshoe Pitching, and Team Penning committees. He was a life member and Director of the Houston Farm & Ranch Club, and was a member of the Hold `Em & Hit `Em Club. Patrick worked for many years as a plumber with Plumbers Local #68, as a plumber in Saudi Arabia for a brief time, and later became an Inspector for the City of Houston, retiring after 24 years. Patrick was active in the Boy Scouts of America and attained the rank of Sea Scout. He enjoyed horses, trail riding, country dancing, playing bridge, BBQ cook-offs and spending time with family and friends. Friends are cordially invited to visit with the family at 4:00 pm on Thursday, April 16, 2009 with a memorial service to follow at 5:00 pm at Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home, 9926 Jones Rd., Houston, TX 77065.
Do not know disposition of remains....
|Mary McCann Tucker||Carolyn Standley|
M. B. Smiley Class of 1969
Carolyn Conn Obituary
In Memory of
Carolyn Ann Conn
April 8, 1950 - January 5, 2011
A memorial service for Carolyn Ann Conn, age 60, of Porter will be held on Saturday, January 8, 2011 at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Porter with Pastor Mike Evans officiating. Carolyn was born on April 8, 1950 in Houston, Texas and passed away on January 5, 2011 in Conroe, Texas. She is survived by her loving husband, Darrel Conn of Porter; sons, Kevin Conn and wife DeeDee of Montgomery and Robert Conn and wife Shelly of Whitehouse; parents, Aubrey Don and Stella Pittmon Standley of Jacksonville; sister, Linda Burns of Jacksonville; grandchildren, Cody and Kelsie Conn of Montgomery, and Ashlin, Claire, Levi and Carley Conn, all of Whitehouse. Honorary pallbearers will be Curt Joslin, Jeff Bell, Kirk Hall, Chad Turner, Doug Conn and Brandon Conn.
I do not know if she was cremated, buried, or what...needs to be added to Smiley grad
Married Darrel Conn class of 1967
Thanks for transferring Margie Imogene Knight McCord to me. That was very kind of you.
Thanks for catching the duplication.
|Marilee Mouser||RE: Sidney Spicer|
|Marilee Mouser||Sidney Spicer|
Kathy, I requested a findagrave volunteer take a photo and the response I got back today was that the cemetery had no record of him. I see you created the memorial this fall -- can you check your records to see if there might be an error? Thanks, Marilee Mouser
|Dale Houghton||RE: Addie Marie Skinner|
Ok. Any time I can help you let me know.
Have a great weekend.! Thanks for all your help.
|Dale Houghton||Addie Marie Skinner|
Your info has been added to this memorial , Addie Marie Skinner. If you would like this memorial, or any others in your family, transferred to you, just send me an e-mail.
Thank You for all your help and keep up the good work. Keep smiling.
|Linda Moreland||RE: John B. Diggins #161023202|
Thanks for the answer to my question. I haven't visited the cemeteries in a while since I found out they left and went to Oakland, CA. I plan on checking just in case for some reason they buried him down there. Odd, since they left a lot of years after his death but they did have relatives there I think. Thanks again for the nice picture and information. Glad I'm not the only one with memory fade. :)
|Linda Moreland||John B. Diggins #161023202|
Hi, I was looking at John's memorial and I just wanted to check if I was crazy. VC said they had no record of him in any of the cemeteries although I pretty much sure he must have been buried there. I saw that you put a picture of the Silver City Cemeteries. Is this just a generic picture that covers all the cemeteries? I assume you were just being nice and giving him some sense of place, which is very nice. Just checking about the picture and cemetery. Should have don't more checking first, but now its too late. Thanks, Linda M.
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