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|Patricia Kemper (#46904942)|
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Pat is an RAOGK volunteer for Ellis and surrounding counties in Texas. She previously lived for 30 years in Colorado where she also researched for RAOGK. While in Colorado, she served as President, as well as other officers, in her local genie society and edited the society newsletter and quarterly, even after she moved back to Texas in 2002. Pat also served as President of the Colorado Council of Genealogial Societies and was the coordinator for the National Genealogical Society's Conference in the States in 1998, held in Denver. She has conducted workshops and presented lectures at the local, area, and national levels, but her passion has always been, and will always be, cemeteries.|
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|Carolyn Martin Douglas||RE: Loran Lonell Wilson # 27433048|
Thanks for letting me know. The Wilson's are a large family and I consider myself very lucky to count them amoung my friends.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Fingers are crossed.
|patstevens||RE: James Milton Walker|
Thanks for your response. I certainly appreciate all of your efforts!
|Catherine Williams Abbate||RE: William Williams - Hooser Cemetery|
Thank you, Patricia. I appreciate any help you can offer in resolving the dates issues for William Williams in Hoover Cemetery.
|Carolyn Martin Douglas||Loran Lonell Wilson # 27433048|
Patricia, Thank you so much for all that you do for this sites, your efforts are appreciated by many.
Thought you would want to know that there are two memorial pages for Mr. Wilson. I sent a note to Teresa around the first of June. Perhaps you could convince her to merge the two pages.
His wife, Betty and I are in the same Sunday school class here in Waxahachie.
Thanks again for all your hard work.
Carolyn Martin Douglas # 48760861
|patstevens||James Milton Walker|
This being our great-great grandfather, my cousin and I were wondering the source for you showing this cemetery as his final resting place. We have been searching for this information for many years. Would love to have a copy of any documentation for our family files!
|callinvin||RE: Myrtle Cemetery|
Thanks again. If you are out at Myrtle Cemetery again soon, the only one I don't have a picture of is Ida Keister McFarland. Sounds like you enjoy what you do. I'm so glad. I hope to have more time to do the same thing in NC after I retire. Linda
|FRANCES LOWREY BRASHER||ANNIE CURB WILLIAMS GRAVE SEARCH|
My Great-Grandmother Annie Curb Williams died in Waxahachie, Texas area about 1918 and I have never learned her burial place. All efforts fail. Do you know if it is possible that the unknown rock in Fraternal Cem. could be what I search for? Her sons are buried elsewhere, but I keep hoping to find her and will get a proper tombstone for her if located. But, hurry, I am getting old. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance Frances Lowrey Brasher firstname.lastname@example.org