|Sandi Costa (#46625131)|
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Hi, my name is Sandi Costa, I live in Navasota, TX. I enjoy showing miniature horses and donkeys in Texas, visiting cemeteries and helping others find lost relatives. Always looking to meet new friends, contact me if your in the neighborhood, we can meet for breakfast and I can show you Navasota (Grimes) cemeteries!|
I need help locating family members in the Medira islands off Portugal, Manuel Gracia (Garcia) Louis Franco Ramos. If you can help, email me. THANKS!
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|rachel nettles||Clepper family|
Hello, my name is Rachel and i seen your comment on Charles Duncan Clepper's findagrave page about having information on Clepper family and i was hoping you could help me. My father in law Larry D Clepper which is Charles great grand son doesnt know much beyond his father Andrew Paul and i wanted to research the Clepper's for him. Not knowing much abt the family makes it a little tricky in maling sure i have the correct Cleppers. It would be a great if you had any family information to help me. Thank you
|Virginia Harmon||Burial location research for Eli D Newton Grimes Co|
Thank you very much for the service that you provide for Find A Grave.
I am researching a burial site and death or burial information for my grandfather Eli Dervet or Dewet Newton b. 22 August 1879. He married Sarah "Sallie" Florence Glass on 10 February 1906. She is buried in Pankey Cemetary in Shiro.
Eli last appears in records for Bedias residence on his WWI Draft Registration on 12 August 1918. At the time of his son's birth on 26 June 1919 Sallie is listed as Widowed.
I cannot find death records or burial in Grimes County.
I do not know if he died of the influenza epidemic during that time or if he died while serving in the military he is not listed in the Grimes Co WWI death records nor in the county death records.
I'm sorry that I cannot provide further information.
If you should discover anything during your research I would be ever gratefull if you would provide such information to me.
Please let me if I can be of any assistance to you at anytime and in any capacity.
Best regards, Virginia Harmon
|Sandra Bertram Meier||Bennie Arrington|
Do not place Napoleon Arrington as his father. Wrong Bennie chosen for this information. Sorry
|Bryan Martha||Robert Black Memorial|
I was wondering if you could transfer ownership of this memorial to me. Robert Black was my Uncle.
|Colette ||RE: Pvt James Sullivan #14461739|
I would greatly appreciate it if you would please delete this particular entry as there is no Pvt James Sullivan buried in Fairview Cemetery. The marker is erroneous - the Texas Sons of the Confederacy have admitted to throwing away the orignal headstone and mistakenly placing a completely different person's headstone (with a similar name) on James Noel Sullivan's grave. James Noel Sullivan did not participate in the war. Also, if the data is listed anywhere else (for example I saw it on -- http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/grimes/cemeteries/fairview-2.txt) it needs to be corrected there as well (replaced with James Noel Sullivan - #66249694) as is listed in History of Grimes County, Texas, Heritage and Progress. I have been correcting as I run across things on the web, but am unable to correct all as I not the author or submittor. If you need help or further info, just let me know.
Thank you so much,
Added by Colette on Aug 31, 2014 6:46 PM
|Colette ||Pvt James Sullivan #14461739|
Hope you are well. I just wanted to let you know that this marker is scheduled to be removed by the Texas Sons of the Confederacy. I e-mailed you about this some time ago - in 2011 - and just wanted to follow up. It has taken a while to get it worked out. The James Sullivan on this headstone is not the same James Sullivan that is buried here. They threw away the original headstone for James Noel Sullivan that had different birth and death dates (12/1816 and 02/26/1881) and ignored the fact that James Noel was buried right beside his wife, Martha Edwards (#14903837). I have photos of the old headstone that matches his wife (see #66249694) and further verification can be found in the "History of Grimes County, Texas - Heritage and Progress" which mentions James and Martha on many occasions and cites his death in 1881 at least once (as well as old cemetery records). If you need further info, please let me know.
Added by Colette on Aug 30, 2014 11:42 PM
|Aaron McAlpine||Dugald Anderson McAlpine|
I was wondering if you could transfer ownership of this memorial to me. He was my GG Grandfather. Also do you have any information on the Lampely family.
|Corrie Hanko||RE: Philip Edward Chillman photo|
That is awesome. I never knew what he looked like. He married my dad's gr-aunt Annette. They got divorced though. He was listed as an artist but, he was really a photographer and had his own shop in Philly. My dad, brother and I are always on the look out for some of his work at flea markets and antique shops. Thank you for the info.
|Kelly Curtis||Mary Ella Sollock Cook|
Thanks for the photo of Mary Ella and John Wesley Cook. John Wesley was my great grandad. His son Charles Wesley, was my grandfather. My mother was Etha Cook Curtis. I am one of the "stewards" of half of my grandfathers old place over near Panther Creek in Keith. It has been an interesting process learning ‘Kinfolk 101"….This has been very helpful putting it all into prospective. I plan to visit England and trace the Sollock roots to the Old Mill near Dartmouth where they were from!
|Becky Venhaus||Jesse W Rice|
Sandi, My great grandfather, Jesse W Rice is buried in Independence Cemetery. Do you happen to know if there is a headstone for him. He was born in January 1849 in Alabama. My name is Becky Rice Venhaus and I live in McKinney, TX. We will drive there and take pictures if there is a headstone. Thanks!
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