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|Carolyn Lane Lewis (#47043098)|
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I was born and raised in the oil fields of the Texas Panhandle, and since we did not live near either my father's or mother's family, I grew up thinking we had a very small family. After I retired, I started tracing my father's family, which, except for his immediate family, I knew very little about. I thought this would be a simple project, however, it turned into a huge project that both my husband and I love pursuing, and it keeps growing.
Please feel free to use the photos I have posted on any Find A Grave memorial, BUT please give credit to my husband by showing "photo by Bill Lewis". We take them to share with others but ask that you be courteous about their use.
If you would like a memorial transferred, please ask, and if you are more closely related or it is someone that is not our family, I will be happy to transfer it.
Please DO NOT add death certificates to the memorials I have created. This is not the place for death certificates - it is a place to honor the lives of those who have gone before us.
Also, please DO NOT add obituaries, family history, or documents in the photo section. E-mail them to me and I will be happy to add them to the bio section.
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|Cameo Harvey||RE: Roberson|
So true! Thank you!
Well, phooey! I removed the picture. Turned it upright on my computer, and now it won't let me add it back because it says it already has a max of 5 free pictures! It was on there to begin with! But, I had added them on my phone app. I'm not sure if that makes a difference. Any suggestions?
|Cameo Harvey||RE: Charley Javan Roberson|
I noticed that and I tried to find a way to turn it once I got back to my computer this morning and I can't figure out how to do it. I may just have to delete it, turn it on my own computer, then repost it. If you know of any other way to do that please let me know.
You are welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Sidney on Jul 31, 2017 12:00 PM
|Dana Garrow||RE: Tucker|
You are so welcome! I'd be happy to transfer the other Tucker memorials that I created over to your care if you like. Just let me know! Take care, Dana
|Sabrina and Tim Benner||RE: Photos|
It would be fine to use our photos.
|Ann||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 46072318|
Beulah/Bulah used both surnames of Parker and Black. I can find no obituary or record of death in Arkansas with a cursory look. The 1900 (Cameron, Le Flore, Indian Territory, OK) census shows her using the last name of Black and lists her father as the man to whom her mother is married, Charles T. Black. It then shows Beulah's father as being born in Arkansas. The same census shows Charles T. Black reporting his state of birth as Tennessee. Walter Henry Parker was born in Kentucky.
The 1910 census shows Beulah, Nancy, then divorced, and the daughter of Charles T. Black, Virgie, living in Springdale, AR. Beulah is age 22. She then reports her father as being born in Missouri. Beulah's mother, Nancy Vaughan Sanders Parker Black, died in 1913. I can find no record of Beulah after this date. I corresponded with a woman who said she saw a musical program in the Hindsville cafe with the name "Beulah Parker." This was around the same time frame of 1910-1913. She may have married and moved.
Thanks for making the change. Sadly, we may never know who her father actually was.
Added by Ann on Jun 09, 2017 9:44 PM
|Ann||Find A Grave Memorial# 46072318|
Could you please change the order of last names for Remeses Parker's mother's name? Her name was Nancy N. Vaughan Sanders Parker Black.
I have all marriage records if you need to see them. Nancy's maiden name was Vaughan. She first married and had 4 children by Samuel Sanders, he died in 1881. Two children lived to adulthood.
Nancy's second marriage was to Walter Henry Parker (my great-grandfather). Together they had Remeses and he died at age 10.5 years. Walter Henry married Julia Ann Fitch, 1st cousin to Nancy Vaughan Sanders, following his divorce from Nancy.
Nancy then had a daughter, Beulah, who was born out of wedlock.
Nancy's 3rd and last marriage was to Charles T. Black and they had a daughter, Virginia, who lived to adulthood, marrying and dying in Washington state.
Ann Vaughn Phillips
Added by Ann on Jun 09, 2017 12:17 AM
You are most welcome. Some of my husband's family is buried there as well...if you have any requests for any cemeteries in Knoxville, I will be glad to get them for you...I know how much it means...Vickie
Added by Victoria on Jun 04, 2017 3:32 PM
|Fredrick "Fred" Carter||54720558|
William Paul Lane
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- William Paul Lane, 46, 119 North Park Ave., Indianapolis, died at 6 p.m. Monday [10/16/1983] at his residence after a long illness.
A native of Scott County, Va., he was employed by Veneer Lumber Company in Indianapolis. He was a Baptist and a veteran of the U.S. Army haying served in Korea.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Juanita Stapleton Lane, Indianapolis, his parents, Clint and Mary Akers Lane, Clinchport; a son, Donald Lane, Indianapolis; a stepson, Larry Stewart, Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs. James (Ella Mae) McDavid, Kingsport; two brothers, Hubert and Kyle Lane, both of Clinchport.
Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Gate City Funeral Home.
Submitted by Delmar Fraysier (From Lola (Carter) Hutchins’ Collection)
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