I am a native of Fort Worth TX, 80+ years, twice a widow, mother of three daughters & grandmother of Katie, James, Chris, David, Daniel, Catherine and Hannah, retired teacher, cellist, pianist, volunteer, genealogy researcher, and, in Jan. 2011, fulfilled a long-desire to learn relief woodcarving. Interests include, but are not limited to, genealogy, reading, travelling, Sudoku, Duke-a toy poodle, and Abigail-a tri-paw adopted parti-poo.
Avinella it has been said that there is no marker on the gravesite. Her descendant said that she recently went to the cemetery and there was no marker present. I truly am sorry for the inconvenience. thank you for your time and caring. It was important. It was surprising to learn that there was no marker on the grave. thank you
Bryan City Cemetery Thanks a ton for the Johnson photos at Bryan City Cemetery in Texas, as I live in Virginia. The rebel flag was a nice touch, did you do that? I do the same, for photo requests. Mainly, thank you for such LARGE uncropped photos. (So many volunteers crop them awfully, I'll never understand why.) I wanted to ask you though, since you know the location, is there any way I could sweet-talk you into a lot overview photo for me, to show the burial arrangement? Rich.
A Big Thank you Hi Ellen, I can't thank you enough for the time and effort you gave by posting Marjorie MCKay's gravestone. Thank you so very much. I was thrilled to have found her on the Texas death index but now I can add the photo to my familytree maker thanks to you. Regards from Georgia, Jean Blaney