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My favorite cemetery "Old Spring Seat" Freestone County Texas.
My favorite picture is Find A Grave Memorial# 34944857 Rajah Lamar Goodwin This stone is embedded in the base of a tree.
Lindley Cemetery Limestone County Texas was the most fun.
Potter Shop Cemetery Thornton Limestone County Texas & Oak Island Cemetery Freestone County Texas had the most wildlife.
The very best FAG member to work with M. J. Soto #46492066.
Big thank you to my best friend & wife Pat for her sharing FAG fun time.
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|Renee Guy||Gordon and Allie Morris|
Thank you for the transfers. I appreciate your work! Thank you.
|Renee Guy||Gordon Morris|
I am wondering if you are related to Gordon Morris. I never knew him but have discovered that he would be my Mother's first cousin although I don't think she knew him. Just wondering.
|MackTX||5995711 photo removed|
Somehow 2 of the same photo are in memorial 5995711. It would be nice if you would remove 1. Thank you for taking the time to visit cemetery.
Added by MackTX on Aug 24, 2014 10:12 AM
Lester Taylor--Billy Lester Taylor (one in the same) was my step grandfather. If you would I'd like to care for him and his first wife Marie Taylor.
Thanks! Just let me know, and thanks for going out and doing that cemetery. I had no idea how to get back there after all these years.
|Adriana ||Dancer Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the other transfers and the location information. So excited!
Added by Adriana on Aug 11, 2014 7:28 PM
|Adriana ||LUM COTTON|
The name was passed down quite a bit. I want to thank you for the transfer. How did you come across the cemetery? I haven't been there since I was a little girl and remember the road being dirt/gravel. I would have no clue how to get back to it. I'm sure a lot of the Cottons in this cemetery are relatives but I haven't made the connection yet so I will probably be back for more...lol
I'm sure there was a language barrier for some of those census takers or just a plain ole lack of empathy for recording the info correctly. My grandpa(98) still lives in the area so I've relied on him for my Adkison information...Maelvin was his sister and the others buried on the side were his parents. Again, I want to thank you because finding this information was a gem.
Added by Adriana on Aug 11, 2014 8:47 AM
|Debbie Cromwell||RE: FYI Paper Trail|
Thanks for the info.
With the photo of marker added would you please up date this Richardson in Potter Shop Cemetery.
This is part of my family.
Added by chip on Jul 25, 2014 8:14 PM
|Susan Williams||RE: Richardson|
Potter Shop Cemetery. I don't think any of those Richardson's are connected. Eela Chandler was married to a Joe Richardson but I don't know where he was buried. He died before Eela.
Thanks so much for the Family transfers in Delia Cemetery.
|M G Embry||John Gray Trotter|
You declined an edit linking John W. Trotter #41771578 to his father John Gray Trotter #41768984. Look at those memorials again. You, yourself, has included info on them indicating they are, indeed, father and son. Same name, birth year, death year. Buried in same cemetery. Am I missing something?
FYI, John Gray's father, Eli, was the brother of Josephine Trotter Robison #16678906. Eli's wife, Alabama, was the sister of Josephine's husband. Eli and Josephine had a brother, John W. Trotter Jr, who is supposedly buried in Texas. He lived in Polk County, and, during the Civil War, served in John Bell Hood's famous 'Texas Brigade' before being wounded at the Battle of Malvern Hill.
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