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Texas Researcher
memorial 5701405
this memorial is of my great-uncle Jack.
I was wondering if you could transfer the memorial to me?
Also, if you have time, would you know if his mother (and my great-grandmother) Mattie Eslinger is buried nearby?
Our records only show that she was buried in Royal, Garland County, Arkansas.
I will be creating a memorial for her just in case you do find her marker.
thanks and Merry Christmas

Added by Texas Researcher on Dec 21, 2014 10:22 AM
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Thank you, Lloker
Added by lloker on Dec 20, 2014 12:34 PM
Cindy Broderick
James Lester Key
Good evening Pat,

Thank you for managing my uncle's memorial. I will be happy to have you transfer this over to me for ongoing management.

Find A Grave Memorial# 7945043

Thank you.
Added by Cindy Broderick on Dec 19, 2014 9:20 PM
William Carlton Bradley
Dear Pat,

I would be happy to have the management of my father's memorial, too. If there are other Webber memorials which you created and are managing, I'd be glad to manage them.

Are we by any chance related in some way, or this just an interest of yours?


Rosemary S.
Added by RSchneek on Dec 12, 2014 7:38 PM
Yvonne Webber Goodman
Hi again, Pat,

I see that you put up a memorial to my mother, Yvonne Webber Goodman, too. Again, I'd be happy for you to transfer it to me.

All the best,
Rosemary S.
Added by RSchneek on Dec 12, 2014 7:30 PM
Elisha Putnam Webber, Jr.
Hello Pat,

My grandfather's name was Elisha Putnam Webber, Jr., not Putman. If you would like to transfer his memorial and that of my grandmother, Isabel Holt Webber, to me, I'd be very happy to have them.

All the best,

Rosemary S.
Added by RSchneek on Dec 12, 2014 7:27 PM
Desert Rat
David Fenter
I'm related to the Fenter bunch. Christian Fenter would be a GGG Grandfather.
Anyway, an interesting note that you may not be aware of.
I am certain this is the David Fenter who was one of Austin's Old 300 families that came to Texas.
At a later date he returned to Arkansas. Reason unknown.
Added by Desert Rat on Dec 12, 2014 4:15 PM
George M. Akins
Transfer management
Would you consider transferring management of Juanita Beyer to me. She is my mother.
Added by George M. Akins on Dec 12, 2014 9:03 AM
Robert Crutchfield
Catherine M. "Cathy" Isom Cessor
Do you happen to have a copy of Catherine M. "Cathy" Isom Cessor's obit, I searched for it but couldn't find it on-line. She is not realated to me but a distant cousin to my sister-in-law.

Thank you in advance.

Bob Crutchfield
Added by Robert Crutchfield on Dec 07, 2014 1:43 AM
Jean Roesler
William T Morehead
Dear Pat,

I see that you have listed James Turner Morehead as William's father. From the research that I have done, James Turner Morehead is the great-uncle of William. Below is an excerpt of a bio on William:

"Dr. W. T. Morehead was born in Washington County, Ky., in the year 1818, the son of J. T. and Sarah A. (Thomson) Morehead. Both parents died when the prospective doctor was but twelve years old, leaving him to the care of his grandfather, an old Revolutionary soldier and a successful farmer. At the latter's death, the lad was left to shift for himself. While his parents lived, he had mastered the rudiments of an education, and when his grandfather died he left his native county for Fayette County. Here he worked in various capacities for two years, husbanding his means thus gained for the acquisition of more learning. He was assisted some by his two great-uncles, J. T. Morehead, then Governor of Kentucky, and Charles S. Morehead, United States senator from Kentucky."

You may find the full bio at:

I have not been able to ascertain who J. T. Morehead is or his wife.

Thanks for considering this alternate information.

Jean Roesler
Added by Jean Roesler on Dec 01, 2014 6:05 PM
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