|Jason Presley (#46598252)|
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My wife & I have been photographing cemeteries for several years now. We started just as a way to help document our family research, but with digital cameras and memory being so cheap, we thought we might as well take as many photos as we could since we were out there anyway and not everyone can make the trip to visit the graves of their loved ones. |
Researching PRESLEY, GAMBLE, BIVENS, MINTON, BROCKETT, ROOKS, LOGAN, MOSLEY, DEMING, LaMASTUS, FUTRELL, CLARK, ROOK, HUDDLESTON
Presley/Gamble - Rooks/Brockett Ancestry
As far as copyright goes, please feel free to use any of my photos as you see fit.
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Thank you so much for transferring Fern to my care.
Added by VDR on May 24, 2017 8:35 PM
|Bonnie Headley||Harry Levy|
Hi Jason, I am looking for the parents of Harry Levy b. 10 Aug. 1882 Russia and died on 13 Jan. 1927 in Indiana. You provided a picture of the cemetery sign. Is it possible to see if the cemetery has any records on Harry? The cemetery was something Oak. Thank you, Bonnie
|Debbie Ward McArdle||Catherine Shull Matthews Bottom|
Thank you for creating the page for Peter Shull. Are you related too? if so, I would love to share research with you. In the meantime, could you please edit your page to show Catherine's first married name as Matthews? She had children with her first husband, Jacob Matthews, but did not have children with her second husband. Having the Matthews name included will help other researchers. THANK YOU!
I am a cousin of yours thru Minnie Wiggins Gamble. She is my great aunt. I will be going to Dyersburg to some cemeteries to take some photos of our kin folks that you don't have photos for, and I will place them with their memorials.
|Kristy Brasfield||Mary E. Jones|
Thank you so much for transferring my great grandmother's memorial to me... and doing it so quickly!
|Sue K||Claude V. Rains, III|
18465235. He has a missing father. There is a Claude V. rains who was born 1892/3, depending on whether you go with the older one's headstone or with his documented note on his profile. Do you remember finding another Claude V. Rains who would have been the Jr. of Claude V Rains b 1892-3, thank you, sue K
Added by Sue K on Apr 04, 2017 4:05 PM
|Donald Hrdina||Mattie Pugh Alsup|
I just found your find a grave page for Mattie Pugh Alsup and noticed the duaghter Louise has a death date of 1918. But Louise Hubbard and sister Edit Hubbard are living with their grandfather Andrew Jackson Pugh in the 1920 and 1930 censuses.Edith marries Arle L Terry in Jan 9, 1932 and dies in Dec 9, 1991. Louise marries Leonard Pierce on Oct 20, 1931 and I do not have a date of death for her.
|Anonymous||Typo re: James Olsie Waltrip|
Would you mind correcting a spelling error re: Olsie Waltrip's profile here? His family would really appreciate it!
His children who are buried nearby include Emily Lou Presley, William Harrison Waltrip (Sr.), and Laura Dean Ford. A son, James, is buried somewhere in Texas and a daughter, Gwen, is in an unmarked grave in Carpenters Cemetery between Sikeston and Benton, MO. A granddaughter, Judy Ford, is also buried in the Garden of Memories Cemetery, as well.
I believe you have captured the information on the Presleys-- Gerald, Lanny and Jerry, and Donald are all buried in the Garden of Memories Cemetery.
|Amanda Brockett Knight||Benjamin Ives Brockett|
Hello there. I was interested in your research on the Brockett Family.
This is my bloodline:
Benjamin Ives Brockett (father of)
Nathaniel D. Brockett (father of)
James Ratcliff Brockett (father of)
Dickinson McAuley Brockett (father of)
Earl Lawerance Brockett (father of)
Robert Lawerence Brockett (father of)
David Paul Brockett (My Father)
|Sheryl McBride||Fred Gene Russell Memorial Photo|
Could you please take another headstone photo for Fred Gene Russell # 8161711 ? In the existing photo, there appears to be a broken headstone and a couple of water damaged stuffed animals in front of his marker. Thank you for your time.
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