|John K (#47653493)|
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I am proud to be an amateur researcher on Find A Grave. In my first Graduate research class, we were told: "Research is the second oldest profession and there are more amateurs than the first."|
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I was just looking through some older stuff andI was wondering if you ever had a chance to send the Dexheimer bible?
|Arthur Hepler||RE: Cemetery location|
Thank you for getting back. I moved Calvin (Find A Grave Memorial# 172573916) to
This is where his wife was buried. I also adjusted the year of his birth to what the census records indicated. 1837 was too early. His mother would have been too young at 11.
|Fran Wallace||Dexheimer bible|
I sent you an email, did you get it?
|Arthur Hepler||Cemetery location|
See Find A Grave Memorial# 172573916.
The death certificate indicates that Calvin was burried at Summerville, PA.
Do you know where this is and what is the cemetery name so I can get Calvin in the proper place?
|linda cupp-james||Orman Ransom Cupp Sr.|
Just wanted to take the time to thank you for the photo of my father's grave. I've I didnt make the funeral, so it was the first time I've seen it.
Thank you so much for the photos of the headstones I requested! I so much appreciate the hard work you do for others!
Added by Trudy on Dec 29, 2014 5:30 PM
There is a website for what they have named Forgotten Fabens Cemetery - raising money to help clean it up:)
|Sherlocks Cousin||Address for The Fabens Cemetery|
If you would like, here is the address to post on the main cemetery page for The Fabens Cemetery:
901 NW 5th Street in Fabens, Texas
|Our Ancestors Branches||The Fabens Cemetery|
Hello, John ~
I have been trying to find out where the El Paso Co., Texas Baptist Seminary Cemetery was located and happened to read Your information You added to the front page of The Fabens Cemetery.
There was a male child, identified on His 1938 El Paso Co., Texas death certificate was a 6 year old student of the Baptist Seminary in El Paso Co., Texas and He became ill and died of Influenza and Encephalitis.
The burial location on the boy's death certificate states:
"Baptist Seminary Cemetery" in El Paso Co., Texas.
Do You happen to know if The Fabens Cemetery was once called The Baptist Seminary Cemetery back in 1938?
Thank You for Your time and help!
Thank you for notifying me of my mistake . I have corrected .
Added by PCG on Sep 25, 2014 12:13 PM
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