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Carol Berge (#46821425)
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Bio Photo Enjoy genealogy and especially the hunt for my ancestors......
Wonder how they lived and how they died.
For those that came before me.....
I will try to honor their existence....
I would not be here without them..

Currently researching family names Moore, Barton, Brown, Simmons, Hopkins, Heide, Barnes and numerous other surnames. Majority of my ancestors are from Texas and Oklahoma and eastward from where they started out.....

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Do you know if either Ellie Hugh Moore 1887 - 1964 or his wife Nannie D. George are adopted? Reason I ask is they would be 1st cousins. Thanks.
Added by Fashionita on Oct 20, 2016 8:17 PM
Gilbert-Hulse cemetery
I am currently working on a history of this cemetery and am interested in obtaining a copy of the original photograph of the Gilbert tower that you posted for this cemetery. Do you hold the original or know who does? Is there any history you might be willing to share about the cemetery and those interred there? If so, please contact me at I am willing to pay for a digital copy of Gilbert photographs. Anyone contributing will receive proper credit if their photos are used.
Added by Patricia on Aug 28, 2015 3:23 PM
Catherine Miller Newell
Rufus/Cynthia Brown

I am also a direct-line descendent of Rufus and Cynthia Brown (through their son Tolbert). I noticed the two memorial situation and I contacted the previous memorial manager about corrections. I offered to do the corrections myself if she would prefer. She graciously transferred them to me and the corrections have been made. If we could now clear up the two memorial situation with the deletion of your two duplicates (Rufus-69173854...Cynthia-69173885) and the attaching Andrew and Tolbert to the 2007 memorials. Thank you for all the work you have done on our family tree and find-a-grave.


PS. In your family, do they spell Cynthia's middle name Catheryn or Catherine? Aunt Opal claimed the later and I am curious to see what your family says.
Added by Catherine Miller Newell on Feb 04, 2015 10:35 AM
David Barton
When I first started researching the Barton Ancestry, David Barton was listed as Capt David Barton and referenced by many of the Barton Family as 'Capt'. Although it appears that he was a Pvt in War of 1812, he has often been referenced as 'Capt' David Barton. I believe that this was due to his leadership role in the settlement of the community and the prominent role that the Bartons played in Rydal, Pine Log, and the Adairsville area. I don't believe that we put 'Pvt' as the prefix for all the Pvts who have military service, and that many community leaders, such as mayors and police chiefs, etc. often ended up with nicknames (Capt, Sgt, Mayor, etc). I am interested in finding any story of how he came to be recognized as Capt David Barton. Regardless, I am proposing the removal of 'Pvt' as a prefix due to it does not appropriately recognize his leadership or elder position as a pioneer of the area. Thank you, Phyllis Cox #47511106
Added by Phyllis on Jun 29, 2014 9:52 AM
Renee Cortez
Thank you!
Just a shout out to you Carol. Thank you for all your hard work....
Added by Renee Cortez on Jan 23, 2014 11:31 AM
Simmons family
Hi Carol,
I emailed you just a bit ago about the Simmon's family. I hope that you can give me some info!

Added by Avonna on Oct 26, 2013 12:09 PM
Judy T
RE: John A. Bull
I am behind... have the pictures and will try to download them this weekend.
Added by Judy T on Jan 26, 2013 10:19 AM
Judy T
RE: John A. Bull
Did I answer your request fully? Roger Mills County
Added by Judy T on Jan 25, 2013 10:40 PM
Judy T
RE: John A. Bull
I will post both and the sign of the cemetery.. I may have the sign and the view of the cemetery also -- will check to see. It is on a hill and very nice view of the countryside.
Added by Judy T on Dec 15, 2012 6:36 AM
Judy T
John A. Bull
There is a newer stone for John A Bull in the Bellview Cemetery, Roger Mills County, OK. Would you like both of the photos on your memorial page or would you like the newer one only? I could email the old one to you for your records, if you would want that.
Blessings, Judy
Added by Judy T on Dec 14, 2012 12:05 PM
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