|Charles Dale Wilburn (#46548536)|
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I was born September 24, 1941 in Hunt County, Texas to William Odell Wilburn and Thelma Frances House. Until 1957, I lived in Hopkins County, Texas and then moved to Dallas, Texas. I married Susan Tidwell in 1968. We have three children, Jennifer, Matthew and Kelley. Except for the four years, 1973-1977, when we moved to Columbia, South Carolina, we have continued to live in Dallas. Susan retired in 1996 after 20 years as a dental hygienist and I retired in 1999 after 29 years as a Systems Engineer with Electronic Data Systems.|
Update: In 2006 we moved to Emory, Texas.
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My sister Glenda Sue Beavers was married to Ralph Eugene Wilburn from 1996 until his death in 2007. Could you please make that correction on Find a Grave, as well as create her own posting.
Birth: January 9, 1939 Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas USA
Death: North Arkansas Medical Center
Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas USA
Husband: Ralph Eugene Wilburn
Crocket Dale Beavers 1914-1991
Gertrude Ward Beavers 1914-2001.
Thank you. Let me know if you need additional information.
Hello Charles. Im interested in Felix Grundy Wilburn, 1802-1881. First concern is I've found his name in some records as Felix Galimon Wilburn. Second concern is his marriage date to Lydia Beller in Madison County, Alabama. I live in Huntsville, the county seat of Alabama. I have checked the records in the courthouse in the Marriages from 1809-1899. It lists Felix G. Wilburn married Lydia on April 9, 1823 in Volume 3, page 228. The marriage date I have in my database is April 11, 1823. What date do you have for their marriage?
|Carol Muery||Wilburn connection|
Hello Charles. My grandmother is Lola Lee Wilburn and married my grandfather Louis John Muery. I was born in Ft. Worth and moved to Huntsville, AL when I was 6 yrs old. My father is Robert Wilburn Muery. I have an extensive amount of Wilburns; btw, you are in my database. You were born in Lome, Hunt Co., TX?
My cousin, Lee Etta Sloan, has been to one of the Wilburn Reunions in AR. Have you been to any of these? Do you know who I can contact for information; I would like to go just once.
Thank you for the information and I will post it immediately.
Carol Diane Muery
|James Coston||RE: Wilburn @ Chatt-Jesse Cem.|
I transferred the Wilburn surname to your care, now U can manipulate and add as U desire.
As to the others, findagrave has strict regulations on what can be transferred to whom and the other surname falls outside that area. I will double check with my findagrave group that meets once a month and see what they say, if so, I'll take care of it next month.
My problem is that I have already upset the findagrave people with some of my shenanigans and they might take offense which could lead to me being barred, don't want that.
The Chatt-Jesse Cemetery was a real trip, both to locate and photograph. I went out there because the fotos were grossly under represented and I hoped to make a difference, seems that I did since U have contacted me. Glad that I could provide the fotos of ur ancestors and hope they provided U some info on ur genealogy trail.
later, James Coston
|James Coston||Wilburn @ Chatt-Jesse Cem.|
I "think" I did the corrections properly, check'em out and see if I got confused, HA !!!
That happens on occasion when U turn 65.
If U would like control of the memorial, let me know and I'll gladly pass it over to U.
Later, James Coston
|Grave_Walker||RE: Sheffield Family memorials|
Charles, I see you figured it out. Thanks so much for linking her to her parents. I am very new to Find A Grave and learning as I go. Thanks again, Mary
|Grave_Walker||Sheffield Family memorials|
Hello Charles, Wanted to know if you would please link Mary Susie Sheffield Wilburn to her parents? I am on a mission to find their 10 children and link them to the memorials I have created for them. They were my great grandparents. John #94341512 and Frances #94339168. Thank you so much Mary