|Don R Haynes (#46829092)|
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I started my family search in about 2003 and registered with Find A Grave in March 2006. I started with 45 names and now have 9197 in my Family Tree Maker file. I live in the West Central part of Texas and am retired. My ancestors are first found in the USA in North Carolina & Virginia in the 1700's and came from the Britsh Isles. My Ferguson side moved from Jones Co., Mississippi to Hill Co., Texas in the 1870's and the Haynes' moved from Breckinridge Co., Kentucky to Williamson Co., Texas in 1885. I have traveled over West, Central & East Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky in search of graves & records. My lineage also includes the Land, Perrin, P'Pool and Outhouse clans. I enjoy the hunt and providing records and pictures to other researchers.|
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|Deb||RE: Susan E|
Appreciate your looking for her. The stone is broken where the name is, makes it difficult to read. I've tried to enhance the photo, change the colors, etc, to be able to read it better. Her name is Susan E., that much is visible. She was the d/o, or w/o G.E. _? The G.E. is visible, but again not the last name. The cemetery is full of names starting with "Mc_". It also has numerous Hudson names. I could not connect her to either.
There are quite a few "lost souls" in this cemetery. There is a Black section to it that is completely overgrown and I cannot get back into it. A few of the names are listed but I have a feeling there are many other that have been forgotten about.
Added by Deb on Nov 15, 2014 8:47 PM
|Sandra Kay "Collins" Prochnow||Mary McGuire|
Thank you for transfering hr to me.
|Cindy Dawson||William Henry O'Donley|
I am William Henry O'Donley's granddaughter, daughter of Nita Sue O'Donley Gilbert. I have been researching the O'Donley family and cannot find anything on my great-grandmother, Viola Mason. You indicate that she was born in 1879 in KY. I would love to have any information on her that you can provide. My daughter, May Mills Dawson Reid, just named her first born after Bill and my father, Bruce - William Bruce Reid. Thank you so much!
Cindy Gilbert Dawson
|Slick||Verda Ferguson obit|
I have found her obit if you would like to add the info to FG please email me for a copy. Thanks, Slick
Added by Slick on Oct 10, 2014 6:35 AM
|Patty McGinty||William Odessa Britton|
Don, I'm not territorial about my memorials except my direct line. Since you have more info, I'm transferring my memorial to you for upkeep. The only thing I ask if a direct ask for the memorial, would you please transfer to them. Thanks for the heads up. Did not see your memorial before I establish mine. Patty
Thank you for the information on his father.. I have deleted the connection.
Added by Eddieb on Oct 03, 2014 7:57 PM
|swede||Frank S. Hastings|
My thanks to you for providing the biography for Frank Stewart Hastings.
Added by swede on Aug 13, 2014 10:56 PM
|Jeanette Perrin Coaly||Perrin Genealogy|
My Perrin's were in New York and Connecticut, I believe some came on the Ship Safety in 1635 .....My line went to Iowa (probably where the train went) back to Missouri and then to Greer County, Oklahoma. See my Genealogy.... search Coaly Orchard Revealing our Roots ....
and Find-a-Grave....my father James Wilford Perrin buried Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.
His father Walter Wilford Perrin buried Shamrock, Wheeler County, Texas and his father Frederick Jackson Perrin buried Reed, Greer County, Oklahoma. Hope we can connect, I would love to post your lines on my database. Jeanette Perrin Coaly, 17030 East 1520 Road, Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma....retired near my Husbands Coaly roots...mine too...we are about 25 miles from REED, OK....Ha!
|judylynnturner||121658055 and 121657892|
Thanks! I have checked with Daniel at the cemetery today, he doesn't have any records of them being there. I am going to call Gary Ragnow on Monday. He handles all of the Catholic Cemeteries here in Victoria. If their final resting places are anywhere in the Catholic Cemeteries, he will know where! Thank you so much for helping me find them. I have worked very had to finish photographing the mausoleums this week. As soon as I have pictures or know anything, I will post and let you know. I will also try the funeral home. Thanks again! Judy
|judylynnturner||121658055 and 121657892|
Hi Don. I just wanted to let you know that I have been photographing the Resurrection Mausoleum in Victoria Texas. I haven't been able to locate the Berthelot vaults. I checked the http://www.vccms.org/ database and they are not in any of the cemeteries in Victoria. So, I called and they have no records of them being buried in any of the Catholic Cemeteries. Do you have any idea which vaults might be theirs? I am trying to get the mausoleums 100% photographed. I have found a few people buried in the lawn crypts that were mistakenly put in the online mausoleum records. Thanks! Judy
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