|Olive's Branch||RE: Re: Dr. Granville Quinn Adams #73014871|
Not related, just recognized their names from my cemetery visit. Glad to find your memorial for Dr. Adams! Thank you again. Valerie
Added by Olive's Branch on Aug 13, 2016 5:33 AM
|BILLY G.HOLDER JR.||WILLIAM KERR SR. AND WILLIAM KERR JR.|
SYLVIA TOWNSENDS FIRST HUSBAND WAS WILLIAM FRANCES KERR SR. ( son William Frances Bill Kerr , HER SECOND HUSBAND WAS BOB BRANDON,NO CHILDREN (burial site unknown) NO CHILDREN...... AND HER LAST HUSBAN WAS TOM HUDSON.....HER DAD WAS LEONARD GRAVES TOWNSEND.....SHE HAD A BROTHER DAVIS C. TOWNSEND THAT I'M TRYING TO FIND...........SHE ALSO HAD A 3 HALF SIBLING , FRANKIE MARTIN LANE DIED IN CALIFORINA BUT WAS Cremated a long with her husband......HOW DO I GET THEM LISTED WITH THE OTHER CHILDREN WITH BEULAH BEATRICE BILLINGSLEY MARTIN...THEIR MOTHER........ THANKS
Added by BILLY G.HOLDER JR. on Aug 12, 2016 10:19 PM
|BILLY G.HOLDER JR.||RE: Leonard Townsend|
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH....HOW CAN WE GET THIS POSTED TO BEULAH'S SITE SO THAT WE CAN SHOW HER CHILDREN FROM BOTH MARRIAGES, WITH THEIR GRAVE SITES MEMORIAL #S, DO I NEED TO FIND THEIR DEATH CERT.'S ....HER DAUGHTER FOR LEONARD IS SYLVIA JO HUDSON BURIED IN ARCHER CITY, TX #125502933, BEULAH IS #138755996........THANKS BILL
I'M STILL TRYING TO FIND DAVIS "DAVE" TOWNSEND....HER FIRST CHILD WAS WESTON LEONARD TOWNSEND #51380786
Added by BILLY G.HOLDER JR. on Aug 10, 2016 1:34 PM
|BILLY G.HOLDER JR.||LEONARD TOWNSEND|
MY NAME IS BILL HOLDER, MY MOTHERS MOTHER WAS BEULAH BILLINGSLEY WHO MARRIED A LEONARD TOWNSEND, THEIR CHILDREN WAS DAVIS TOWNSEND, SYLVIA JO TOWNSEND, AND ARTHUR TOWSEND...I NO INFORMATION ON LEONARD WHEN HE DIED WHO HE REALLY IS, MY GRANDMOTHER REMARRIED TO "ARCHIE" MARTIN.....IF ANYONE KNOWS ANY INFORMATION ABOUT LEONARD TOWNSEND PLEASE LET ME KNOW....email@example.com
my father is B.G. Bill Holder buried in Archer City Cemetery Archer City Texas
Added by BILLY G.HOLDER JR. on Aug 10, 2016 8:44 AM
|JWBarrett||Looking for relatives of James M. Baugh|
I'm an archaeologist working on a project in Houston. Recently, I discovered a cistern with a very rare and unusual feature: a signature. The signature reads "M Baugh, Natchez Miss." I've been able to identify it as belonging to James M. Baugh (there is a patch within the cistern that covers the "J" and small portion of the "M") of Natchez, Mississippi. James settled in Houston by 1870, and many years of the Houston City Directory have him listed as a brick mason. Several pieces of evidence lead me to believe that Baugh built the cistern in 1884. At the time, James M. Baugh lived at 36 Semmes, between Liberty and Providence. This was two blocks east and a half block south of the cistern location. The residence was put on the city water system sometime around 1890, at which point it would have fallen into disuse as a water storage feature. The upper neck of the cistern was severely burned, and it appears to have been quickly closed off with a crude concrete and brick cap immediately after the great 5th Ward fire of 1912.
If you know of any relatives of James Monroe Baugh that still live in Houston who would be interested in seeing their great great great grandfather's signature and handiwork, please contact me. Thanks,
Added by JWBarrett on Aug 04, 2016 2:39 PM
|Ruby Lee Spencer||Hello My Friend|
Hope you are doing okay and not in the flooded area over your way. Keep you all in Houston in my prayers. Love you my friend. firstname.lastname@example.org #47230178
Added by Ruby Lee Spencer on Apr 19, 2016 5:37 PM
|Oyce's daughter||RE: Are you my cousin?|
I am not related to the Cron family (as far as I know) but the Archer family, members of which originally moved to Houston from Brownsville, Texas, shortly after the Civil War. They settled on Clay Avenue until the house was raised in the late '50's for the building of one of Houston's outer belts. My Susann would have had the maiden name of Clark and would probably be in her late sixties. Her mother would have been called Pat, though that was not her official given name. Pat would have had a sister named Florence, and Florence would have had a son named Randy. I was hopeful that you were the long lost cousin of my childhood. However, thank you for taking the time to respond to my query in such a prompt manner.
Sincerely, Oyce's daughter
Added by Oyce's daughter on Feb 14, 2016 1:06 PM
|Oyce's daughter||Are you my cousin?|
I am hoping that you are my cousin from Houston, Texas. If you are, I would be your cousin from Ohio. I have noticed the name "Susann" on many of the grave web pages for many of my relatives and; therefore, I am hoping that they are your relatives too. If we are related, I certainly would like to talk to you not only to catch up, but also to share information on the family. Now retired, I have finally found some time to devote to genealogy research. I just joined "Find A Grave " today with the main purpose of finding my cousin and be able to talk to her.
Sincerely, Oyce's Daughter
Added by Oyce's daughter on Feb 13, 2016 9:00 PM
|pz||Liedeker/Harris family--Seaside Memorial Park|
Hi- You are very welcome for the photos. I am happy to help. I will be adding more as I get it worked out. Isaac named one of his daughters after his sister and then they both married a man with the last name Harris, so I am going slowly since they both have the same first and last name. I'll add memorial pages once I get the info sorted out. Peggy
Added by pz on Dec 06, 2015 12:48 PM
|Written in Stone||Cox & Brantley|
Thank you so very much for the headstone photos for Mary & Hellen. Many Blessings!
Added by Written in Stone on Nov 09, 2015 12:31 AM
|Richard Harvey||Memorial # 100078188|
My name is Richard Harvey. I am a great grandson of Franklin Armstrong Yates and want to tell you how much I appreciate that you have created this memorial. My mother was Anna Corene Yates Harvey. Her father was Charles Dow Yates; the eldest son of Franklin Armstrong Yates. I have been involved in family history for many years. My mother just adored this man and I feel a special connection to him. I would very much appreciate it if you could find it in your heart to transfer management of this memorial to me. It would be a great pleasure to do this, for myself and the my many Yates cousins whom I personally know and love. Thanks very much in advance.
Added by Richard Harvey on Oct 25, 2015 12:07 PM
|Betty Atkinson||THANK YOU!!|
For taking time to figure it out!!! appreaciate all you do!!
Added by Betty Atkinson on Jul 28, 2015 4:51 PM
|Bond1964||RE: Herman Goebel|
Susann, when I was in Edinburough, I believe found her information. I am not 100% sure but 90% this is her. Her full name was Mary-Dora MacDonell (MacDonald) b. Oct 8th, 1864, Father E. Ronald MacDonell, Alorar Invernophin Advocate? mother Catherine MacDonell (No maiden name).
I will soon check London too, just to make sure.
Added by Bond1964 on Jul 18, 2015 8:25 AM
|ShadoeHawk||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 47011054|
You can if you like!
Added by ShadoeHawk on Jul 12, 2015 7:24 PM
|ShadoeHawk||Find A Grave Memorial# 47011054|
Is there a way that my brother's memorial can be linked to my grandparents' memorials?
Leroy Lambert Find A Grave Memorial# 74550052
Glenna Charlene Hancock Lambert Find A Grave Memorial# 24226500
Added by ShadoeHawk on Jul 12, 2015 5:04 PM
|J Hooper||William J. Durant, Pfc.|
My uncle was Pfc. Harold W. Hooper. He served with then Private William J. (Jimmie) Durant in Company G. of the 143rd Infantry Regiment from 1940 to the end of 1941.
The served together at Camp Bowie, Texas and during the 1941 Louisiana Maneuvers. My uncle mentions "Durant" a number of times in a field journal he kept during the maneuvers.
His name appears in another journal entry dated 28 January 1944 - the entry begins "Jimmie DuRant and Lt. Waskow are dead." Apparently, the day he learned Jimmy had been KIA in Italy.
My uncle Harold would himself be killed in action in Holland, 2 November 1944. His remains, like Pfc. Durant, would also be returned to Houston for burial - April 1948.
Interesting how they both came full circle back to Houston.
Added by J Hooper on Jun 30, 2015 12:33 AM
I am researching the Barker family. My grandmother was a Barker. Do you have any info on the family of Earnest and Mary Barker? Thank you.
Dorothy Low Grimsley
Added by Dorothy Grimsley on Jun 19, 2015 8:13 PM
|Frank Migliore Jr||Re: Isabella Migliori [sic]|
The correct spelling of her surname is Migliore. Her father was Francesco Migliore, born 1850 in Belmonte Mezzagno, Palermo, Sicily. Her mother was Domenica Ribaudo, born 1857 in Belmonte Mezzagno. She married Stefano Parisi in Holy Crucifix Church, Belmonte Mezzagno, October 17, 1901.
Added by Frank Migliore Jr on Jun 01, 2015 1:58 PM
|M Belcher||Additional Information|
Susann, Thank you for the additional information that you have added to the Puls.
Added by M Belcher on May 23, 2015 11:26 AM
|Beau||Marcella Yackel Foyt grave pic|
Hi Susann, Thanks very much for taking Marcella Yackel Foyt's grave pic. It also showed me her husband's name and that he is still living. Beau.
Added by Beau on May 23, 2015 7:29 AM
|Tammy Conwell||R.L. Kirkland/Clark|
please contact me about the information you have posted for RL Kirkland buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Houston Texas.
I would like to know about the info you have about his wife.
Added by Tammy Conwell on May 10, 2015 7:47 PM
|David Harris||Thomas Leon Dixon|
The listing for his parents are incorrect ,should be Will Dixon and Josie Borden. My grand father raised Thomas and sister ,Grace. See 1910 census ,Milam County ,Texas for William Harris. You see them listed. Josie divorced Will Dixon and my grandfather William Harris. Uncle Tommy married Gladys "Kittie " Lolan.
Added by David Harris on May 08, 2015 10:18 AM
|Dot Smith||John Luther Cowart|
I'm wondering how you got the marriage info for John. My Grandfathers sister was married to him until her death in 1924. So that grabbed my attention.
Thank you for your contributions to this site.
Added by Dot Smith on Apr 17, 2015 8:27 AM
|Frank Pennington||Martha Bessie Levin|
Susann, thanks for all the information on Martha Levin and son Hubert Russell. I have changed the cemetery to Hollywood Cemetery. The headstone pictures are great. You are so kind to do all of this research for me.
Added by Frank Pennington on Apr 15, 2015 9:00 PM
|Beverly J Peterson-Sawyer||George Frank Aldrich|
Thank you so much, Susann, for the photos! I really appreciate your efforts.
Added by Beverly J Peterson-Sawyer on Apr 01, 2015 7:01 AM