|Lena B. (#47050845)|
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I love Genealogy. It has been so rewarding researching my ancestors and finding out all about them. I just found this Web Site and I have been wondering for so long why there wasn't something like this for us researchers before now. It certainly makes it easier to find people. |
Now about me: I am a Native Texan and am involved in many organizations with initials: DAR, B.S.A., A.I.S.A. O.E.S., L.O.S, S.O.O.B,and some without initials: Scottish Rite Ladies Aux.and Optimist International. I love doing most crafts, photography and my passion is genealogy.
I am researching the surnames on my Dad's family of: Cherry, Anderson, Adair, Bass, White, Murphy, Moore, Henderson, Greer, Love, Boyd, Brumley, McKay, McKinley, Key, and Sharrock,
And on my mother's side: Brackeen, Littleton, Brown, Gray,Green, Montgomery, Barrett and Hancock.
and on my husband's family: Merk, Dodson, Morrison, Gillock, Gilmore, Nail, Harkins, LeFlore and Folsom.
And family connections of my children: Thomas, Cudd and Johnson.
I am retired now and plan to do more time at the cemeteries looking for gravesites and taking pictures. All of these are my passion and what a joy to find I can now put them all together and to use for myself and any others wanting some help. I encourage everyone to submit their families gravesites to this website. It does help so much when genealogists are researching a name.
Please, DO NOT use e-mails and public messages to request transfers, corrections, links, and/or additions. They DON'T contain the necessary information I need and will be IGNORED and/or DELETED.
If you have additional information, corrections, transfer requests, and/or links, please click the EDIT tab which is at the upper right of each memorial. Select the first bulleted item (SAC) and follow the directions.
Transfer requests should only be for DIRECT relatives within FOUR generations. This would be your spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandparents, great-grandparents, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. When requesting a transfer, please state your relationship to the individual.
Any NON-DIRECT relatives (aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, etc) ARE NOT REQUIRED to be transferred. For these extended family members, you can create a "Virtual Ccemetery" and keep track of them there.
If I created a memorial for your loved one and you would like to have it transferred to you, please let me know. If you are an IMMEDIATE (within 4 four generations) member of that family, I will be happy to transfer it to you, if it is not in one of my family lines. If I make a memorial and transfer it to you, do not delete it and start over with one of your own. If you do, it will be reported to Find A Grave. If you notice duplicates that I have done, please let me know and I will deal with them. If I place a photo on your loved one's MEMORIAL page and you do not want it on there, please feel free to contact me and I will remove it. I never want to intrude or offend, so please let me know, if I do.
PLEASE do not put obits or documents in the Virtual Flower Section on any of my memorials. They should be in the obit section. I will be happy to add any of those. Send those to me by using the edit tab at the right of the memorials.
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|Ash Montagu||Felix Gillock|
Just saw a reproduction of the front page of a newspaper from Krebbs, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, dated April 11, 1912. Felix wrote a long article running for district clerk and introducing himself. It was on Google.
He said his father served in the Confederate army in Kentucky and moved to Grayson County, Texas ca 1873. He was born in Walnut Bend in Cooke County and educated in Gainesville. He was raised on a farm and moved to a farm 12 miles northwest of McAlester, Oklahoma, and had also been in stock raising and farming all his life. He is on the 1880 census for Cooke County and died in Dallas Texas in 1955.
|Ash Montagu||Fain Gillock|
I am no relation to him. My stepfather's family, the Dodson's, lived in Grayson County, Texas/ His wife was a Dodson.
He is not on my tree. I simply picked up information on him mostly from ancestry.com. He is on the 1900 Cooke County, Texas census living with his brother. His WWII Draft Registration in 1942 says he was born in Grayson County, Texas, which is next to Cooke County.
In 1946 he landed at La Guardia Airport in NYC from Toronto, Canada. He stated he lived in New York City and was born in Gainesville, Texas.
His parents are buried in Walnut Bend in Cooke County, His father died there in 1883 and his mother in 1885.
You can enter his name in Google search engine and find a paragraph on him in their books index, There is a paragraph on him in the American Blue Book of Men biographies for 1912. Also other books from that period says the same thing, That he was born in Cooke County and educated in Gainesville.
|Russell Windle||John Washington Jr. Inccorrect|
This is the grave of my great Uncle Jackson Walter Holcombe, he is my grandfather Emmett Clarence's second to the last son> He is named after Emmett's father Jackson Walter. Oleta was his wife. The headstone is correct, the attribution to John Washington Jr. is incorrect.
Jackson and Oleta have one son Danny who lives in Paris TX.
Thought I would let you know
|Anonymous||Oaklawn Cemetery Delta Co, TX|
Hi Lena, Thank you for all your hard work.
Can you tell me where you found the information to put Josie Balden in Find A Grave. I can't find a death certificate for her and can't find a funeral home that may have cared for her either.GZ
|~Nancy||Stored approved edits|
All the edit requests you've approved are stored in your profile page. From the page you're reading this on, click along the top tab that says "edit" - it may be grayed out but you can click on it. Next, switch the drop down display from "Edits sent to me that I need to review" to "Edits I have sent that were approved." This will list them all. Unfortunately, it allows no sorting of the fields so it's not practical to find one if you've approved hundreds of edits.
Added by ~Nancy on Feb 02, 2017 6:43 PM
|~Nancy||RE: Ida Runyon Duringer|
Lena, Would it be possible to check to see who sent the edit to add the link to Absolom as Ida's father?
I believe her maiden name should be changed to Jackson. Her father, George Jackson died as a result of disease while fighting in the Civil War. Mr. Runyon married her widowed mother, Margaret, in 1866 and raised her and her sister Jemima.
Added by ~Nancy on Jan 25, 2017 6:47 AM
|~Nancy||Ida Runyon Duringer|
Hi Lena, I am hoping you can tell me more about Ida's parents. We always thought that Ida was the daughter of Margaret Hudson and George Jackson and that Abolom Runyon didn't married widow Margaret until 1866. Would love to hear what you know. Thanks, Nancy
Added by ~Nancy on Jan 21, 2017 2:53 PM
|johanna dever epperson||54379814 54379819 Faulkner|
Thank you very much for adding the info I have sent you on the Faulkners. Some of them died before I was born but I knew quite a few of them. They are my mother's uncles and cousins. I hear stories about all of them as my older sister and brother rode horses all over Delta County with them. Parties and wiener roasts in the pastures always included them.Ira Alice Tharp made the "best and lightest rolls in Delta County" according to my siblings.When she made them she always made extra for the teens to eat right then.
Johanna Dever Epperson
|Joy Gregg||Thank you|
Thank you for the transfer of Harold Harlan Huffman, my grandfather. Much appreciated.
|Patsy Conlon||Arminta Frances Winfrey|
Thanks you so much for the edit. It is much appreciated. :)
Patsy from Texas
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