Born Thomas W. Pearson on Feb. 20, 1974, in the Rosedale area of Kansas City, Kan. I have always had an interest in old cemeteries and the body's of the souls who occupied them. Who they were, where they had been, Their story!!! Most people find it weird and creepy, I find it fascinating and respectful. Good Day!
Please visit my Mother Ethel Louise, a true angel and my Father the Cadillac Man.
Russell "joe" Kinniard Sanford I Hello Tommy, I noticed you left a note on my Uncle Joe's Find-A-Grave site in Louisville, KY? We would like to know if you are connected to him and if so, how? ... or, why you would be there otherwise? Thank you. SLR Sanford
RE: Hello I was wondering if you would transfer Kimberlee Kassing to me. I was friends and class mates with her and her sister Nicole. It would be appreciated. Thanks! Tommy P. #47156137
Transfer on it's way, only because I'm old and you are not. I was hoping a family member would contact but not so far. Nice picture on her page by the way. You have to promise that if someone from her family does want the memorial you transfer to them.
Denzil Pearson Tommy; I saw that you had left a flower on the memorial for my maternal grandfather, Denzil Pearson. I see from your profile that you also are a Pearson; are you anyway related to Denzil? If you are, how so? I have been researching the Pearson line and have yet to encounter anyone else related through Denzil Pearson. Quick notes; Denzil's real middle name is Poynor. We're not sure if it was the name of the doctor that delivered him or a family friend in Arkansas. Also, he was actually born in 1888 but he lied about his age to reinlist in the Army during World War II; he was too old so he and his father got a "corrected" birth certificate with a later birthdate that followed him to his grave. Thanks again; David Denzil Walters
Norman R. Lockwood Hi Tommy, thank you for vising my grandfather's findagrave memorial. I know you stopped by in April and I just now saw it. My grandfather had a sister, Ethel Louise. I see that's your mom's name. Ironic. I love your bio, that's me to a T. I have been a cemetery walker since I was a teen and I find their stories fascinating!