Born in Edmundston, New Brunswick Canada and now residing in Kodak, Tennessee. Attended University of New Brunswick in Radio Broadcasting (Associate/Radio), New Brunswick Community College(Associate in Electronics repair), Tabernacle Baptist College (Graduate & BA in Theology)& BA in Christian Broadcasting. Geoegia Baptist College (MA/Christian Broadcasting). Served in the Chaplian Corps in Fort Hood, TX during the Gulf crisis. I enjoy findagrave.com because I may look at the history of the people of this great nation as well as other countries too. I love studying the Civil War. If any memorial needs to be deleted or corrected please contact me and don't be angry if I don't respond immediately. It will be ignored.
RE: Linda Capps Colbert Not a problem. I grew up in E TN, and may want to ask your help down the road. I appreciate your taking such quick action. I just noticed it in my search results, in looking for a particular date of death. Luckily, you both created excellent bios, so I knew for sure it is the same person.
You have already done more than you are obligated to do ( I know I'm preaching to the choir here: 12 years! You've been doing this as long as a Tipton!). If you have the time and inclination, I'm fairly certain there is a forum within FindaGrave Forums focused on combining cemeteries. If I hadn't heard from you, I would eventually probably have requested marker photos, one from each memorial, as additional confirmation that they are the same, evidence to present to the forum. In this case, it's pretty obvious, though. The wife of the pastor, buried in the churchyard. I'm assuming you are not related. However, if Theresa is also not related, she might still be willing to transfer to you, and then you can do your own combining. I'm still hopeful that she will respond to your message. I like to give contributors 30 days - forcing me to practice patience, which is not a bad thing, in my case. I think this is the policy in the FAQ's, and if it ain't, it otter be.
RE: Linda Capps Colbert Paul, Linda was always special to me. Our parents spent many vacations together while Linda and I were children. I knew her from our earliest memories. I was only a year older, and my brother and I were the only boy first-cousins close in age to her. We spent many weeks during summers at Grandma Capps home in the country. We also visited with Linda and Wanda when they lived in Florida and Atlanta. During the latter years, we called each other on birthdays.