|Vanessa Burzynski||Driscoll Cemetery in Walker County|
I was wondering if you had any information on the Driscoll Cemetery in Walker County on the ownership. I noticed that you created several memorials for this cemetery so I thought you might have some information. It is very overgrown. We are just trying to find out who owns this property. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
|Donald Mayfield||Donald Gage Mayfield|
Thanks for adding this. I was named after Donald Gage.
Donald Walker Mayfield
|Jeri Ferguson Jahnke||Zola Frances Watkins Wauhop #35824042|
Dear Ron and Myrna,
Thank you so much for the extremely prompt edit updates; her memorial looks wonderful!
|Lonnie Moore||Thanks for Transfer of Martha Horton Daniel|
Thanks so much for the transfer. You guys are great. And thanks for all you do as volunteers on Findagrave. Lonnie
I appreciate your volunteer work. I would like to request a new tombstone pic for: Eleanor Mathews Memorial #56024258. Unable to read birth & death dates on tombstone due to the shadow from the plastic flowers. Thanks, Lorraine, a relative in Idaho
Added by Lorraine on Feb 12, 2017 4:46 AM
|Deborah Pfromer||RE: Fannie Mae Cooper b. 02/02/1884|
Thank you for the reply, I have just started my hunt for family after taking some years off. I remarried and was driving everybody at home crazy. I am delighted to find some Coopers, My grandmother Nora Mae was the only child and with all that happened to her family she didn't know very much and I started with what she had told me and with what a couple of older cousins had been told. Any little crumb is helpful. Thanks again and Happy Holidays! Debbie Pfromer
Thank-you for the edit. I have been trying to gather this branch of my family tree together for awhile and she has been hard to find!
|Lana Pettey||RE: 65840819|
Good lord! I've got to take a break. I don't even know how that went to you.
Sorry. I've been in obsessive mode the past week. Not doing anything else but genealogy.
|Joseph R. Gainey||Thank you|
Thank you for the edit. Her father was a famous antebellum Southern sociologist and author, of the currently political incorrect variety.
|Deborah Pfromer||Fannie Mae Cooper b. 02/02/1884|
Fannie is the daughter of James H. Cooper (1843 Rankin, Miss.) & he is the son of Matthew Delemere Cooper (1813-1879 died in Reno, Parker Co. TX.) I can not find any record of James & his wife Frances Scarborough after the 1880 Census. Fannie was born in 1884 & doesn't show up until the 1900 census were she is living with her widowed Grandmother Caroline Cooper and her widowed Aunt Frances White. I was wondering if you might have any information on what happened to these Coopers. This is my maternal Grandmother's Family. We have no information on them and would appreciate anything you can share. Thank you, Deborah Pfromer
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