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Marion K. Parker (#46781343)
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Bio Photo Marion K. Parker, a retired high school math teacher, spends many hours each week on family history, which is his passion as well as his hobby. He is a native Texan who was born in Polk County, Texas. He has also lived in Illinois, North Dakota, Oregon, Colorado, and Nebraska; however, Texas is his home. He has been married to Marlene Fae Lacey Parker for 47 years. They have two sons, a daughter, and five grandsons.
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Sue Lilley
James Thomas
Please check your pending edits. I sent you one on Jan. 9, 2014 and it hasn't been processed yet.

Thank you,

Sue
Added by Sue Lilley on Jan 28, 2014 4:24 PM
Bettie
RE: Willie Mae Hinson
I had looked at her parents this morning and seen your pictures but was unsure. So glad you sent the information. I have ask my friend who entered Mr Willie Mae to add her parents to her memorial.

Thansks again and if I can help you or if I have entered any of your family, I will transfer them to you.....just let me know.

Bettie
Added by Bettie on Aug 29, 2012 11:10 AM
Bettie
RE: Willie Mae Hinson
Thank you Marion for responding so soon.

I will look up Ms Hinson's parents and try to get them linked.

Bettie
Added by Bettie on Aug 29, 2012 4:10 AM
Bettie
Willie Mae Hinson
Hi,

I see you left a picture of Ms Hinson on her memorial. I graduated with her son LC from Newton High School.

Are you related to Ms Hinson? I looked on Find A Grave and tried to find her parents that you listed beneath the picture you entered but could not.

Believe it or not, I can tell that is Ms Hinson, even tho in the picture she was a young girl. She was such a wonderful lady with th sweetest smile. Her two children, LC and Laura Mae are just like her.

Bettie
Added by Bettie on Aug 28, 2012 7:48 PM
Malinda Fawvor Dickerson
Corrections
I saw that you have Ellen Price Tribe as married to James Edward Tribe....she was married to James Ephrain Tribe....Thank you for the wonderful photos you have added of thier headstones

Happy Hunting
Malinda
Added by Malinda Fawvor Dickerson on Jul 19, 2011 2:58 PM
Elaine
Deyo Baker
Thank you for the transfer of Deyo Baker.
My grandson will be pleased.
Added by Elaine on Apr 21, 2011 12:06 PM
Robert Miller
TROY HAYMAN MEMORIAL
Dear Sir:

Thank you so truly and dearly much for the transfer of TROY HAYMAN's Memorial. This is a blessing to I - Bob.

Thank You For Beening A Member Of This Wonderful Site www.findagrave.com

Also Many Thanks For Helping Other People Find And Locate Their Loved Ones Memorials That You Have COPIED AND PHOTO'S YOU HAVE MADE AND DONE. YOU ARE ONE OF OUR LORDS SPECIAL CHILDREN.

May Our Lord Continue To Bless You Always.

In Christian Fellowship

Robert Miller
Added by Robert Miller on Feb 13, 2011 2:14 PM
Cole-High-Sowel Family Finder
BERTHA PEAVY
Ms. Marion, no problem. I know for a fact that there are 2 Antioch cemeteries in San Augustine, one African American, and one Caucasian.

Christine
Added by Cole-High-Sowel Family Fi... on Aug 11, 2010 5:30 PM
Cole-High-Sowel Family Finder
BERTHA PEAVY
Find A Grave Memorial# 37061481. I don't believe this person belongs in this particular Antioch Cemetery. This cemetery is an African American cemetery located in the Antioch Community in San Augustine, TX. I have knowledge of the persons interred there and the family connections to another African American cemetery, St. John Cemetery near the Attoyac River. I've been away from my genealogy research and posting to Find-A-Grave for a few months. Imagine my surprise when I logged on just now to add a family member who passed away and discovered several Caucasian indivuals posted to this cemetery. If you feel the person you posted does belong in this cemetery, please let me know the family connection to any of the African American surnames mentioned in the bio of the cemetery. I specifically made a point to reference the African American heritage of the cemetery in the bio. Please take a look.

Thanks
Christine
Added by Cole-High-Sowel Family Fi... on Aug 10, 2010 5:36 PM
Cyndi Wiseman
Florence Williams Garrison
Also, thank you very much for the transfer of Florence Williams Garrison's memorial!

Blessings,
Cyndi
Added by Cyndi Wiseman on May 11, 2010 4:37 PM
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