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TexasGal (#47534076)
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Bio Photo I married into this area and I've always loved history, so I'm enjoying searching out my husband's roots here.
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Tucker Axum
Lorenzo H Adams
Thanks for your wonderful photos! I was trying to decipher what was written on my great-grandfather's tombstone, but could not make out the words. Since you took this photo, could you please help me? Thanks. It is for Lorenzo H. Adams at Adams Cemetery in Panola County.
Added by Tucker Axum on Jul 15, 2013 8:59 AM
Melissa Hillstrom
Regarding Georgia Hunt Baker
In the 1880 census, Obedia and William were listed as stepchildren which indicates Georgia was married before. There is a marriage record of a Georgia to SM Cheetwood, wondering if this was her or if perhaps she was married to another Baker? Also, Susan, Dora and Mollie were born prior to Joseph Ambers Bakers' marriage to Georgia. They are listed as his daughters so this indicates he was married before as well.
Georgia was my 2nd great grand aunt.
Added by Melissa Hillstrom on Apr 27, 2013 4:47 PM
Coleen Bontrager
Edwin Healy
That a beautiful portrait of Edwin Healy. May I have your permission to copy it (and other related items) to my tree on
(I am in the Kidder family, descendent of Benjamin and Foster B. Kidder to lived in Alden, Lancaster, and Town Line, NY)
Thanks so much,
Added by Coleen Bontrager on Dec 16, 2012 4:35 PM
Christine Masterson
RE: Healy photos
Hi, If your interested in requesting other Healy photos I took pictures of Clarence A., Glen G., Grace E., Hazel M., Henry E., and Oscar M. Healy.
It is a very nice well cared for country cemetery. I enjoyed the trip there.
Added by Christine Masterson on Sep 10, 2012 10:33 AM
phil r johnson
I have done some research on Lucian B Polk. I have done quite a bit of research on the deep east Texas Polk's. I am a descendant of Lucius B. Polk of San Augustine county TX. Lucian has been like hitting a brick wall. I have been unable to find his parents. The 1860 Nacogdoches census shows that he was born in Arkansas. I have not been able to find a match with any of the Arkansas Polk's. Sorry I could not be a lot of help, but if there is any other info you might need, please let me know. If you ever come across his parents names, I would appreciate a note.
Added by phil r johnson on Aug 08, 2012 5:10 AM
edna coleman
RE: Elve Tompkins
well, I said that wrong, Linnie Bell was my grandmothers sister. Did not really know his family.
Added by edna coleman on Jun 27, 2012 9:23 AM
edna coleman
RE: Elve Tompkins
you are welcome, I knew right where it was, he was my Uncle....
Added by edna coleman on Jun 25, 2012 4:20 PM
Dorcas Gray
RE: Sayers
Yes there is a lot of history over here! Castles and battlegrounds. I live about a mile from Culloden and about 10 miles from Loch Ness - still no sight of "Nessie" though! haha. Thanks again!
Added by Dorcas Gray on Jun 14, 2012 1:57 AM
Dorcas Gray
Oh my goodness! Thank you so much! This is my great grandmother. I can't begin to tell you how much this means to me. It took me so long to try to find out any information at all about her, especially who her parents were, that I have spent a lot of time loking for her. It is lovely to see, especially to see that there are flowers there and that she is not forgotten. Thank you.
Regards, Dorcas
Added by Dorcas Gray on Jun 13, 2012 2:42 AM
Dorcas Gray
Thank You!
Thanks so much for the photos you took of the Fletchers markers! I live in Scotland now and am not able to visit these cemeteries myself. Thanks again. D Gray
Added by Dorcas Gray on Jun 12, 2012 1:29 AM
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