|Deborah Parker (#46600813)|
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I just want to thank everyone of you that have left flowers and kind words on my Dad's Memorial. He meant the world to me and I miss him very much.|
I don't mind transfering memorials to family members. Please, when you request a transfer, include the url for the memorial and state how you are related, plus your id#. Or use the suggest a correction feature. You will find it in the edit tab.
I am currently researching the following surnames:
Parker, Coffman, Millsap, Butler, Manis and Moon;
Pierce, Trimble, Wilkins, Wray and Britt.
I will also be adding information provided by Mr. John W. "Dub" Duncan's 50 plus years of research on cemeteries in and around the Wolfe City, Texas area. Myself (Deborah Parker) and Gena Forsyth will be transcribing these records. When available Obituaries and Photos will be added.
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|Janice Butler||Butler or Waggoner at Gober Cem.|
My husband Robert Dale Butler's grandparents William J. Butler and Savahanna Waggoner Butler are buried at Gober Cemetery. We are interested in any info on Butler's or Waggoners buried there. Mary Catherine Waggoner is buried there I believe. Her burial record is right but it says that she died at 10. She was born 1847 and died 1889. Is that a mistake? Thanks for any info you have. Janice Turner Butler
Thank you for adding His daughters to his page. I really appreciate it. I'm trying to get family linked together.
Thank you so much.
He has 2 daughters missing on page the oldest is Vera 107581288 and Lavell 139233429
Please add them. Thank you so much for adding all his children and wife so they are linked. Also thank you for adding His father.
I will be happy to take John Henry Jetton and wife Louisa if you will transfer.
|Dave||Find A Grave Memorial# 9058484|
This memorial has multiple problems so I hope you can fix them.
Rachel Belinda Watson Hagler (1822 - 1900)
cannot be the mother of Abraham Hagler if Abraham was
born in 1810.
These people cannot be both children and siblings of Abraham
Martha A. Hagler Fry (1845 - 1930)*
Sarah J Hagler Leaird (1847 - 1874)*
Andrew Jackson Hagler (1849 - 1942)*
John Watson Hagler (1852 - 1925)*
Mary Elizabeth Hagler Stiles (1854 - 1932)*
Eliza Clementine Hagler Cornelius (1859 - 1928)*
Josephine Hagler Webb (1861 - 1944)*
Melinda Callie Hagler Bedford (1863 - 1949)*
This is not my family.
David Pitts Find a Grave Contributor #47278415
Added by Dave on Mar 20, 2017 3:23 AM
John and Louisia (ludie) Jetton are my husband's
grandparents. Can you please transfer them to me
Karen Jetton. Thank you in advance. Also John's father was Jim Jetton 94886394 and his mother was Sarah Vesta Fore Jetton buried supposedly at Hall Cemetery.Hunt Co.,Tx.
|Jan J. Shultz||Eugenia Onstott|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I appreciate all the work you have done for FindAGrave.
|Kevin H.||James Penn Taylor|
Mrs. Parker, the memorial that you've created for James Penn Taylor is actually my third Great Grandfather James Pierce Taylor and the grave photo for Sarah J. Taylor is actually James' Brother Francis K. Taylor not Sarah J. Taylor.
Added by Kevin H. on Mar 28, 2016 7:06 PM
|Patricia Adkins-Rochette||Private Benjamin M. McKinney|
Below is my Name Index entry for this soldier whose wives are my blood kin. Their mother was Nancy Bourland Griffith sis to my Temperance Bourland Griffith. All of his records, including his Confederate records show that his name was Benjamin M. McKinney, not Benjamin F. McKinney.
McKINNEY, Benjamin M. McKinney (1834 Hopkins Co KY-1885 Hunt Co TX, Money Cem) son of Rebecca Stobaugh & Charles McKinney; m1-1855 McCracken Co KY to Eliza Griffith, 3 ch, m2-Martha J Griffith, 7 ch (Co B, DeMorse's 29th Cav, TX CSA)
Feel free to include my "Private Benjamin M. McKinney" Name Index entry in your Find-a-Grave article.
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
|Barbara Pargament||RE: John Brice #9058359|
Thank you for trying......
|Virginia Brown||Mrs. Joe Jordan|
In my haste to thank you . . . I should have said, "You are very considerate." What a difference a few letters make.
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