|C. C (#47011237)|
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Please send corrections if you find mistakes on memorials I submitted or on those I maintain.|
Here are personal family websites:
Surnames: McAfee, Thurman, Crowder, Ponder, Stone, Bromley, Whatley and Chenoweth are a few of the family members. Click here to view that website (The links will open in another window so you will not have to leave findagrave.)
Wells, Wheatley, Boren, Wright, Daimwood, Martin, Honea, Tillman, Williams and their related surnames. Click here
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|Sheridan Brown||John Robert Powell|
A headstone for John Robert Powell, 3/5/1845 is shown. I am hoping he was from Franklin County, VA with parents Lewellen and ELizabeth Powell. Do you have any other information that might help me link him to them? Thank you,
|Layne Higgs||RE: Stella Dinsmore died May 30 1903|
Obituary for Dinsmore, Stella Putman - (from the Hopkins Co Democrat) Stella Putman Dinsmore, wife of J.H. Dinsmore and dau of Dr Abram V. & Sarah E. Putman, crossed over "Life's terrestial Divide" into the Better Land Saturday May 30 1903, aged 37 yrs, 2 months and 22 days. She was born at Mt Vernon, Ia March 08 1856 and moved to Hopkins Co, Tx with her parents in 1859, hence she was raised in and fully identified with Texas. On the death of her father, Dr Putman, in 1859 the care and sustenance of Stella and her mother fell upon Judge John A.A. Putman, her brother, to whom he devoted his life, filling the post of father and brother to h is orphan sister and teh main stay and support of his widowed mother, between whom she now sleeps in the city cemetery awaiting the last trump of the resurrection mourn. On Dec 29 1875 she was united i marriage to J.H. Dinsmore, one of the leading lawyers of Sulphur Springs and Northeast Texas bars, to whom four children, two boys and two girls were born, all of whom survive her. She was a member of the Methodist Church, professing faith in Christ in 1879, and lived and died a member of that religious organization. While devoted to her husb and children she was prominent in social circles, engaging in public and private charities, and especially was she interested in the work of the United Dau's of the Confederacy, perpetuating So History and the heroic deeds of the sonso of the south, laboring with a patriotic zeal to relive the destitute confederate veterans, bury them and soften and beter the conditions of the widows and the orphans of that noble old contingent. Perhaps no such funeral procession ever followed the remains of any one to the "silent acres of the dead" in Sulphur Springs Cemetery as accompanied Stella P. Dinsmore to her last resting place last Sunday. Benton Co Democrat - June 25 1903.
|Veronica ||RE: Jeff Allen Clements|
You are welcome
Added by Veronica on Jun 09, 2017 8:53 AM
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Rosamond Perkins #96190566|
Thank you so very much for accepting the edit to link Rosamond Perkins #96190566 to her parents
I would be pleased if you would go to my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|David Mayo||RE: Mae Bell Wheatley Smith|
You're more than welcome! I'll try to knock out your other request at Henderson City Cemetery in the next few days.
|Don Ferguson||Memorial #150242415|
Would you mind terribly much transferring the above memorial to me? Bill is my paternal grandfather's youngest brother, and I'd like to include him on the family page. Thanks so much, Don Ferguson
|Ann Bryant||RE: Della Ranson|
I am glad to be of help. If you need anything else in this area I would be glad to help. I love taking pictures and love cemeteries.
By the way, you probably know that there are others there by the same last name but in a different section.
Good luck with your research!
|tygerstinger||RE: Walter Oliver|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
|Jan Meyer||Derr Family|
Thank you so much for the transfers to me for my maternal grandparents John and Letha Derr.
It is very much appreciated.
Thank you for all your hard work.
|Jan Meyer||Derr Family Memorials|
Thank you so much for the lovely memorials you created for my family members, John Willard Derr, Letha Irene Malone Derr, Letha Faye Derr and Wilda Irene Derr.
John Willard Derr #37900457 was my maternal grandfather and Letha Irene Malone Derr #37901279. Wilda Irene Derr #33918198 and Letha Faye Derr #37901475 were my aunts.
I am requesting a transfer a management for these family members. It would mean the world to me.
Thank you again for all you have done to create a beautiful memorial for my relatives. We greatly appreciate this.
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