|Cheryl Hightower (#47974343)|
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I just retired after 35 years as an Elementary school teacher and counselor. It is now a great time to begin the study of my ancestry since both my husband and I are in love with history.|
As an old army wife for 30 yrs. I have lived and traveled all over the world and U.S. and have discovered US and World History, so I am ready to connect to my family history and help others to do the same. Although an amateur photographer, I just love to help people.
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|Lee Manning||RE: G W Heard grave site|
Thanks for the comments. I do not take my computer to the cemetery with me, so often fail to remember the added notes beside the request, but it seems that I did notice that his wife is buried next to him in the Dry Creek cemetery. If you will submit a new request for her in the Dry Creek cemetery, I will try to claim it before someone else does, if not, I will remember to take a photo of hers next time I am in Dry Creek. It is about 20 miles away so I am not there often.
Find-a-grave does not give an option to print the notes beside the request, so for that reason, I always prefer that a request be sent for each individual instead of "all other family members nearby" type of request.
And no, I am not the Lee Manning from Texas, but am the 15th generation direct decendant of William Manning of New England. There is a very rich history in our family.