|Farrar and related families||On behalf of the Farrar family .. Thank you.|
|Sonja Krisell||RE: Evans Cemetery|
No problem on the edits. I meant to ask are you related to the Bizzell's or Evans? Or were you just taking pictures in the cemetery?
|C M Jordan||James Stinnett marker|
Thank you so much for this photo. It provided me with much needed data as well as the image of his marker. Much appreciated!
|Laura Hill||George Columbus Holland|
Thank's for your help in getting a pic of my 2nd Great Uncle's headstone! Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
|Mary (McGovern) Bateman||Shoffeitt|
Thank you so much for the headstone picture. I really appreciate it. Mary in California
|M Hardin||Gravel Ridge Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the time to look for my relative's grave. Based on what you told me I have made several calls, and confirmed that the grave is unmarked (I had not known that). I will be ordering a marker for him now.
Thank you again. It means a lot to me.
Added by M Hardin on Jan 31, 2016 10:27 AM
|Vicki (Smith) & Dennis Murfin||Thank You Don|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get all of the photo's for my families memorials on Find A Grave. Keep up the great work, with out people like you and the Find A Grave web site I would not have found my family one memorial at a time. Vicki
|VJ Litton||Henry Mace death date|
Don, have you found an actual death date for Henry? I found him in the 1900 census living with his daughter and her family. He is still alive when his mother died in 1905. I cannot find an actual death date recorded anywhere for him. I know he wasn't alive in 1910, he was not with any family then.
I knew Lilly and Florence Truman (his grandchildren) and he lived with them in 1900 but of course at my young age I did not have any interest in the family tree information.
I left his death date as unknown until I have proof of the correct year. Even a family Bible with dates I would use.
|VJ Litton||Henry Mace in the Mace-Teel Cemetery|
I hope to go back this fall/winter to search for Henry Mace's and his 2 wives. The cemetery was documented in 1994 or 1995 and showed the names for all three of them. Unfortunately, after all these years I guess the dirt has covered the stones. I have been in contact with the lady who walked the cemetery and have a "rough" idea where they are so maybe I can find the stones soon.
BTW, Henry is my great great grandfather. :)
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photos|
Don, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. Thank you also for allowing us to use your photographs in our research. I use the photos as source media in my Family Tree files and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
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