|James Coston (#47251791)|
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US NAVY 1966-1968 Silent Service VIET-NAM VETERAN Radio operator on (2) submarines & a deck ape on a supply ship running between DaNang & An Thoi on the Cambodain border. Duty stations in order of service:|
USS RASHER AGSS-269
USS BAYA AGSS-318
USS GRAFFIAS AGSS-29
As to "AUTOMATIC EDITS", I neither agree with them or think they are of value, however, I subscribe to them because that is the decision of FAG uppercrust. I am on 24K dial-up so checking each claim is not a reality, so I summarily post them;
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|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||minnie childress and family|
may I have permission to put the photo with all 3 graves on my Ancestry.com tree. your name and date taken ill be shown. Minnie and my hubby's great grand mother were sisters.
|Tim Allen||St. Matthew Cemetery|
Disregard my previous message. After further checking it looks like I found what I'm looking for. The St. Matthew Cemetery is 1 mile NE of Carmine on Upshaw Rd and it's actually in Washington County, not Fayette County.
|Tim Allen||St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church|
I have a question and I'm hoping you can help. I noticed that you photographed the St. Matthew Church Cemetery. Do you know if this cemetery was ever called the Carmine Cemetery for African Americans? I'm asking because I found some death certificates on Ancestry.com that show the person was buried in the Carmine Cemetery. All of these certificates are for African Americans. I know there's a Carmine Cemetery but I think it only has white people in it. Do you know of any other African American cemeteries in the Carmine area?
|Joe Cross||Frances Sellers (nee Letson) - THX!|
Thanks a ton for looking for Frances Sellers for me. She was the first wife of Isaac Gurley Sellers, who is also buried in Mexia with his second wife (https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=12260798&PIpi=77486089). I had hoped Frances may have been in a nearby or adjacent plot. Frankly, the only evidence I have of her being in Mexia is "couchpotato"s post here (https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14320661). Aside from that, I have no record of Frances' death or burial. But I'll keep searching!
Thanks again for your help.
|Tim Allen||RE: Fred Jackson, Henson cem,|
I sent the dates through the edit tab. Click on your name or Contributor Tools on the left side of the memorial and then click on edits.
|Bettie Anne Jones||RE: Mexia Cemetery|
I don't mind making the corrections on the memorials. When I entered all those memorials from a list, many of them did not have the death dates listed. I am glad you are doing this project. If I still lived in Mexia, I would offer to help.
Keep up the good work!
|Cheryl Selman Gill||RE: Thera Tacker, Mexia City cemetery|
Thank you James! I really appreciate it.
|Suellen Jones Hintz||RE: RE:Pete Williamson|
I know it was a problem but I am mystified as to the lack of info provided by the cemetery. I've got a lot of family in that cemetery and no problems...I appreciate your persistence!
|Suellen Jones Hintz||"Pete" Williamson|
Thank you so much for her gravesite photos. She's the mother of my best friend from high school and I've known her and her daughter, patty, since 1966. I needed to see this.
|EmptyL||Find A Grave Memorial# 42705907|
Thanks for the pics!
Added by EmptyL on Feb 25, 2017 6:43 AM
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