|Barbara Trammell Black (#46547582)|
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I live in Alvin, Texas and stay busy working on my genealogy and adding to Find A Grave when not busy with other activities.|
I am researching Clark, Johnson, Johnston, Schwartz, Zuspann, Eckles, Echols, Miller, Doxey, Trammell, Tedford, Gibson/Gipson, Baugh, Floyd, Shirley, Powell, Farrell, Matlock, Kersey, Mace, Bjork, Johanesson, Magnusson, Andersson, Jarsvall, Porter, and Black, with Sullins, Laredo, Munoz, Balderas, Villareal added as well.
My interest in adding memorials is to have everyone recognized and have a place for family and friends to come to, even if they live a long way from the real cemetery. Because I am a genealogist, I put biographical or genealogical information on the memorial to help other researchers.
If you have info to add, you may email me or contact me via this website.
If you need me to transfer a memorial to you, just ask. In most instances I am happy to comply with your request.
Barbara Trammell Black, 2011
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CherishedFamily..., Connie Giltz, David Zuspann, Eddieb, Emma, Frank K., J Vogel, John "J-Cat" Gr..., L. Finley, Laura Gregory R..., Lee Veal, MB, Mildred, Peggy Trammell ..., Rebecca Paddon, Rhoda Garrett S..., sheltonx2
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|carrie bayless sibley||Edith Irene Bjork Fitts|
Edith is buried as follows:
Sunrise Memorial Cemetery
2201 Sacramento S
Postal Code: 94590
I noted that you created a Memorial for Richard William and Mary Ann Kersey Farrell. However, they already had been added and those have their inter-relationships with children, etc. noted. Might I suggest deleting your two entries for Richard and Mary and then linking Joel Thomas Farrell to these entries?
Richard William Farrell is #52423146
Mary Ann Kersey Farrell is #52423062
Hope all is well. I very sadly lost my father earlier this month on April 14th so I've been working over my trees to bring me some solace.
Added by Autuba on Apr 29, 2014 9:04 AM
|Courtney Bradshaw||Joel Thomas Farrell|
I have a photo from the Wildwood Cemetery in Terrell, TX of a Joel Thomas Farrell's marker. It has his birth year as 1857 and his death as 12/20/1915. Plot 1375. I wasn't sure that the marker was the same Joel Thomas Farrell of your listing so I didn't want to add the photo until I knew for sure. I'd be happy to send you the photo or add it if you like.
Let me know!
|charm||Trammell Family Cemetery|
I'm from Vienna -- don't live there anymore. Was looking on Google Maps/Satellite to see if I could see the Trammell Family Cemetery. Can you tell me where it is in relation to the house or pool?
Added by charm on Nov 12, 2012 4:59 PM
|CherishedFamilyandFriends||Shirley and Zelma Fay Trammell|
Hello Barbara, I sent you an email. Can you transfer these to me so I can do some corrections to them? They are in the wrong cemetery and I would like to add some information also to my two aunts. God bless you always. Love from your cousin.
How are we related? I am the grand daughter of Ruby Eckles Patterson's Sister who was Ruthie Eckles Turner...
|CherishedFamilyandFriends||RE: Mozelle transferred!|
Thank you sweet cousin! Love you!
|Oliver||RE: James Reaves correction|
You are welcome! :)
Added by Oliver on Sep 10, 2011 9:25 AM
|Scott Trammell||Trammells in Falls Church.|
Just thought I would drop you a line to let you know I found the graves in Falls Church. Gerrard and Mary, also a M.T. and blank stone near them that I believe to be John. I am a direct descendant of John Trammell and have some more info on him. Thanks for being apart of the Find A Grave community.
p.s. - I live in VA not to far from Falls Church.
|Michael Coppage||RE: Glyn F. Trammell|
Thank you for your very kind words! Yes, it is a very long trip. My wife and I just got back home from a trip to Southern Texas. She had never seen her grandfather's grave in Cotulla, and her father's and grandmother's graves in Laredo.
If it were not for the sacrifices made by your courageous Uncle Glyn and his crew and the thousands of others who fought so galantly to preserve our freedoms, we could not have the freedoms we enjoy today.
I live very close to JBN Cemetery, and I will continue to visit your uncle's grave and say a prayer for him and all his buddies.
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