|Wayne Cappen (#46637266)|
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I give permission to anyone who wishes to use the photos I have taken freely. The headstones were placed by family members in honor of their loved one. I claim no ownership and consider my effort to be for the public good. Photos are for those who may not be able to visit their family members, freinds and genealogy purposes...|
I welcome updates and corrections to the memorials I have control of. Please submit updates for a memorial using only the edit tab on that person's memorial page, others may not be accomplished as fast.
I will transfer to family members within the Find A Grave guidelines if you have the same goals I've stated. Please submit your request using the edit tab and tell me your relationship to the person.
The Find A Grave guideline for transfer requests says: "Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents." If you are related and I am not, I will be happy to transfer to you if you explain your relationship and accept the continued effort to complete the memorial.
My goal is to document all my memorials by getting obituaries for each and every internment, a photo of their stone, a picture of them, Death Certificate and connect them to their spouses, children and parents.
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|Anna-Marie Bigham||RE: Ethel Pauline Barnhart|
Thank are you for the reply. I'm currently looking for any descendants of John Newton Barnhart and Josephine Ercanbrack to take a Ancestry DNA test, that I'd be willing to pay for.
|stacy||Baby Lewis @ Williamson Cemetary|
Please contact Don Lewis at 1 (832) 647-5668
This gentleman has some questions I think you could answer.
Added by stacy on Apr 11, 2016 8:24 PM
|Celeste Simmons||William Glass|
Just wanted to let you know I uploaded a photo for William.
Do you happen to be a descendant of Ethel Pauline Barnhart Slankard?
|CONNIE DEEANN REARICK-HILBMANN||regards to Ammon Rearick|
Wayne I am curious if you have come across the graves of Ammon and Emilys other children? This is my great grandfather on my dads side. Also by chance I see you have death cert numbers does this mean you may have photos of the actual certificates as well? Connie Rearick-Hilbmann
|Emily Rose Powers||Fletcher Whitmire|
Hi Wayne, my name is Emily Rose Powers. I am the great granddaughter of Fletcher Whitmire who is buried in Williamson Cemetery in Orange, Texas. I was curious about some of the information you have shared. This is my Grandfathers Father. He died when he was 4, so we have limited knowledge of him and some of his family. I was just curious if you had any more information regarding him or his brothers. Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
|LeAnn Sessions Emery||Donald L. Emery|
Thank you for adding my husband's brother, Donald L. Emery to the database. We live in Idaho. Don is buried in Bath Maine.
|Adam Powellsd||Family tree|
My name is adam Lowell. I am working on a family tree. I am trying to find a ancestor of mines information.John a Powell married Lucy Thomas.when John died Lucy married John Henry Lee. They had 4 kids togather. James Bennett Lee was one of them. Have had hazel Lee. I was hoping to contact one of the four kids children and hoping one had information about my John a Powell. Can you at all help?
|Homer King||RE: James Ron Tucker|
Thank you Wayne. Would you like to take over the memorial since you know the family?
|Vernon Murray||Clyde Slider|
Wayne: Thanks for maintaining this site. I noticed that you are related to Clyde Slider. He was my paternal grandmother's brother. Her name was Wealtha B. Slider Murray. Clyde was my great uncle. Since I lived near Davis growing up, I visited his grave quite often. Grandma Murray spoke often about him and was very proud of him. A couple times she told me that I reminded her of him. When my son went into the Marine Corps I told him about his Great Great Uncle Clyde. He wore a picture of him (the one you have posted) on his T-shirt on his way toe Operation Iraqi Freedom. One day I hope to visit Belleau Woods, France, where he sacrificed his life for our country. My wife is also from West Virginia (Berkley Springs) and she has many relatives in that area.
Thanks for keeping the memory of Clyde Slider alive.
Vernon G. Murray.
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