|Don Leuty||Wrong Pic|
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7873218 has John's marker.
|James||Jane Harry (Dunn) Wolfe|
Thanks for taking the effort to find her grave. Another researcher placed her at this cemetery. I like to verify before putting a entry on FindaGrave. Is there an office located there? Maybe I can call and see if they have a record.
She was married three times, Dunn, Dunn, Wolfe.
Jane was born North Carolina. She worked in a light house in Florida, which I find interesting.
Added by James on Mar 26, 2009 4:53 AM
|Cathryn Welborn||Cox/Andrew Headstones|
Thank you so much for the photos from Gibtown Cemetery. I live in the Dallas area and would be happy to return the favor if you ever need photos.
Georgia Ann (Dove) and Archie Clifton Brown should be in Truce Cemetary...
Her obit says so, which is attached below:
Georgia Ann Brown
Born Aug 23, 1903 in Jack County Died Dec 15, 1990 in Jacksboro
Father Robert J. Dove Mother Beulah Whitaker
Married Archie C. Brown December 27, 1914
Services in Coker Funeral Home
Burial Truce Cemetery Jack County, Texas
Survivors; Son Elvis Brown
4 daughters; Faye Granger, Arminta Smith, Jean Waits, & Louise Leffingwell
Archie's obit also says Truce Cemetary.
Since she is a Dove descendant, they might be buried near the other Doves? I don't even know how big that cemetary is.... I appreciate you looking very much. It means so much!
Added by Lauren on Feb 27, 2009 10:43 AM
Thanks for your efforts at Cottonwood looking for Jane Catherine Harry Dunn Wolfe. She was married twice.
Added by James on Feb 27, 2009 10:09 AM
|Charles W. Sanders||Sorry|
It has been a year since I put in the request, and I can't remember why or who she is. I have checked my gedcom and she isn't listed, and I can't find her in cemetery transcriptions. I have removed the request for now, and will put it back if I ever locate why I thought she was there in the first place. Thank you for your trouble, and if you find any other Woolsey's, please post the pictures if they have memorials.
|Kyle Sutton||Caldwell memorial page|
You are so welcome. I visit that cemetery often. It is indeed a beautiful resting place for thousands of veterans. I just wanted to suggest that if you want, you can contact the person who created the page (DonZas in this case), and he can transfer ownership of the page from him to you. That way you can add photos of your own or a personalized bio. I know Don would not mind doing this at all. It's just a matter of him contacting the site administrators and putting in the request. Just an idea. God bless.