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|svanwyk||Flower for James Icenhower|
Memorial 19191468. The flower you left includes his obituary. I placed his obituary under the bio section on his memorial. Please delete your flower with the obit information. Thanks
Added by svanwyk on Aug 26, 2017 12:04 PM
|Pam Joiner||Arthur Davison @ Harmony Cemetery|
First, I would like to express my husband's and my appreciation for all your work on the Harmony Cemetery entries! Dreabon is currently the president of the cemetery board, and we have spent countless hours of volunteering at the cemetery ourselves. Your work has made ours so much easier!
In creating a database of graves and persons buried at Harmony, I ran across an entry for Arthur Davison, who was reportedly buried at Harmony. He was a black man, the only black man recorded to have been buried there. According to records, he was born in Marlin, Falls Co., TX and died there. We were curious as to how he came to be buried at Harmony in Hopkins County. And in canvassing the cemetery, I found no marker for him.
How did you determine that he was buried at Harmony, might I ask? We would like to be able to mark his grave. That is one of our projects - trying to identify unmarked graves! Thanks so much for your help! And bless you for all that you do!
|L. P||RE: melvin henson & eula henson - cumby|
Added by L. P on Jul 07, 2017 11:14 AM
|Deana B.||RE: Tombstone photo|
You are very welcome, glad to help :)
Added by Deana B. on Jul 07, 2017 10:28 AM
|L. P||melvin henson & eula henson - cumby|
they are my parents. i would like to maintain their findagrave sites. i hope you will turn those over to me. thanks, linda henson pierce
Added by L. P on Jul 05, 2017 5:54 PM
|C Wilson||RE: Gypsy Chrystelle Rushing Ray ~ Shiloh|
You're very welcome ... happy to do it
Added by C Wilson on Jun 25, 2017 5:07 PM
|Sharren Formby||RE: Guyla Josephine FORMBY Gilbreath|
Thanks a million and I will be happy to give you credit for the photo. I know it is had to take these photos. I did two of the small cemeteries around me and it was a nightmare.
|Sharren Formby||Guyla Josephine FORMBY Gilbreath|
I would like to request your permission to use your headstone photo of Guyla Josephine FORMBY Gilbreath Find A Grave # 124578246 on my family tree on Ancestry.com?
Find A Grave # 47009843
|Maredia Haddock||In Appreciation|
I do appreciate all of the fine work you have done on the cemeteries. We are working on updating records for Mt Zion in Hopkins County. May we use your headstone photos from Find a Grave on the new website for Mt Zion. We will be glad to give you credit for each one.
Thank you kindly, Maredia
|jimmy lewis||Halbert family|
I see that you have placed members of this family in Find A Grave. Are you related to any of these?
thanks, jimmy lewis
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