|Jim (Dr. Mo) Moshinskie, PhD, CPT (#46874488)|
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Jim (Dr. Mo) Moshinskie, PhD, CPT, is a Baylor University professor, a Arkansas and Texas licensed funeral director / embalmer for 50 years and managing partner of the ten Higginbotham family funeral homes in Central Texas, a former paramedic instructor at Texas A&M University, award-winning EMS administrator, and an award-winning funeral service historian since 1967. He lives in Waco, Texas (2016) where he is the managing partner of the OakCrest Funeral Home (www.oakcrestwaco.com), Pecan Gove Funeral Home (www.pecangrovefuneral.com), and Grace Gardens Funeral Home (www.gracegardensfh.com). His parents were Frank and Louise Moshinskie who operated Tiny Town in Hot Springs, Arkansas (www.tinytowntrains.com). Both of their memorials are on FindaGrave. If you find an error or can add more information to any entry, please email me at email@example.com. If you can add any material to any submission I made, please let me know. I enjoy getting emails about the people mentioned in my contributions. Thank You!|
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|Harry Miller||Looking for information|
Can you are know someone that could tell me where the records would be for the Laramy & Riegel Funeral Home That was in Bethlehem, Pa. The obituary I am looking for was in Sept. 1912. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I was wondering, in researching my family, my grandfather died in San Antonio in 1909 and was transferred to Corpus Christi. Would there be any undertaker records for that year. Shelly Undertaker Co.
Thanks for all you do!
|Bernard Johnson||RE: Thanks|
You gave me the incentive. Thank you!
|Big Sur Baby||Anna Eliza Pierce Meires|
Watch your email as will be sending report of this woman and her marriage etc. Sylvia Anderson
|nk||RE: James B. McCaffrey|
All three are buried together in Section L next to them are some Foster's that are also related to them. I looked at the original photo the top of the stone is unreadable. at the bottom it says at rest. I think the death date is 1813.
Added by nk on Nov 23, 2013 6:42 AM
|nk||RE: McCaffrey Memorial 97583810|
All I could find about about him is that he is buried in the Lexington Cemetery with his wife and a child in Section L. He must have left his family to help in the Civil War. I found them in the 1850 census together, and in 1870 they were separated. I couldn't find them 1860. J B's birth year is unclear.
The transfer is complete
Added by nk on Nov 22, 2013 11:28 AM
|Bernard Johnson||Dr. Charles Pierce|
Hello. I can put photos of grave but you will have to remove a couple of yours for me to do so. I need 2, one for upright one for flat . As you can see I also added a good close up.
|Mark Dutton||Samuel Houston Amsler, Sr|
Hey Jim, First off let me just say welcome to find a grave.
I was replacing some old photos with better ones and notice you had added photo of individuals but they were not showing at the top.
When you go to add a photo of the person make sure you change the selection from "grave" in the pull-down menu to "Person". This will keep the persons photo at the top above the marker photos.
Keep up the good work!
|Robin Phillips||Hello relative|
Your Grandfather had a brother Willis Sims (W.S.) Phillips who is my Grandfather. But he is not listed as part of " Grandma Pretty's" Mrs. Matttie Sims Phillips children.
I have her orignial obituary that was printed in the The Shreveport Times on April 21, 1964 listing her surviving sons John Gordon Phillips and W. S. Phillips - my Grandfather.
|John Paul Baremore||James Monroe Sims|
Great stuff on James Monroe Sims! I hope you'll publish the Bible images that you mentioned, or if not, email any such images to me at email@example.com. I'd love to check my dates against the Bible's - JP
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