|Charlene Coe, Guadagnolo- Seal (#46894320)|
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I am a Family Researcher and have been for many years. Now I am attempting to put my research on the computer. |
I love to see the photo's on FINDAGRAVE so I would like to help with this project. I was happy to see my brother's gravystone that someone else had taken, thus I was "hooked" to add the rest of my family and help others with theirs.
My two sons tell stories about me dragging them to cememteries when they were young. "They say they learned to walk holding on to one grave stone and walking to another and they claim they actually cut their teeth gnawing on the gravestones. ** ( Some exaggeration but not much, I suppose. )
My mother (Mattie Oma Walters-Coe) was my best "gravestone hunting partner" and I miss her very much. Now my husband takes the photo's after I find the grave stones.
I am happy to be a part of this great project.
**NOTE: I AM ADDING MANY FAMILY PHOTOS AND FEEL FREE TO USE ANY OF THE photos, BUT PLEASE GIVE ME CREDIT FOR USING THEM. **IF YOU ARE A RELATIVE, COMTACT ME AND WE CAN SHARE DATA OR CORRECT SOME OF MY DATA MISTAKES. THANK YOU SO MUCH.**) Charlene Coe,Guadagnolo-Seal
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|Brian Vaught||James Doyle Vaught|
Hello Charlene, I found your page by looking up my Vaught ancestry. I saw picture of my family and wanted to let you know that my Dad, James Doyle Vaught is very much alive and living in Sun City during the winter and in Georgia where I live during the summer.
|Bill75773||RE: Nanie Robinson Slayton Pace|
They are the same.
Looks like from the picture she is in the Turner Cemetery (some times called Redlands Cemetery). It is a good ways from my house and my wife has Dementia and I have to take her with me everywhere so I don't get to the cemeteries as much as I used to because she can't walk very far. If I get the chance and the weather warms up here I will try to get down there and check it out. I doubt if there are any records because this is an old country cemetery not close to anything.
I met your mother many years ago and she was a delight to talk with. We are related, my husband is William Charles Dowdy son of Claude and Faye Dowdy and grandson of Charlie & Viola Harris Walters. I am interested in learning more about family history. If you are still in the metroplex area I visit there often with children, prehaps we could meet sometime.
Karen Linberg Dowdy
|Helperkw||RE: Henry and Annie Slayton|
You are very welcome.
Added by Helperkw on Feb 11, 2015 9:15 PM
|James Poole||another old photo|
Just happened to think of another old photo I have. Perhaps you could help me ID the people in it. I know that the Shamrock HS principal got to see it when one of my niece did a report on the old bridge that was removed on the road from Shamrock to Childress, just South of Wellington.
Mr. Shields grandmother was in it. Photo dated to about 1936 - 1938.
Thank you, Anita (Tucker) Poole
|James Poole||RE: Kincannon Photo|
Dear Charlene, I really love how we can do things with so little effort until the unthinkable occurs. Our equipment fails and we can't believe it happened. Even though, that equipment served us well for many years... My husband was thrilled it lasted as long as it did with us both using it so often.
I came down with some virus that is making it's way around America. After a trip in the middle of the night to the hospital, I have finished all meds, feeling great, but was told to STAY home for 30 days. I really thought that would not be so bad. After all there are many things I would love to do. But, I am beginning to get cabin fever. Last place I need to go is to shop for a new printer. Tomorrow I am going to do a search to see if I happened to down load to my picture/ document files.
It really is a wonderful picture. I have so few photo's of my father, Clarence Tucker. He died at 26 and I was just 4, my brother 5, and sister 2. But it is also a treasure because of his friends and older brother all in the photo. Now all these wonderful men are in heaven with Our Savior. Anita
|James Poole||Photo of 4 friends.|
Charlene, Wouldn't you know it, by old faithful printer died. So as soon as I find a replacement printer, I will add the photo when I can scan it. Happy New Year. Anita Poole
|James Poole||RE: Dee Kincannon|
Charlene, Thank you and YES you may copy the photo. It is an old photo taken in late 1930 and or early 1940's. I have always been interested in just where the A & M Game preservation was located. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Robin Poole
|James Poole||Dee Kincannon|
I have a photo that was taken at A & M College, Game Preservation late 1030's to early 1940,s. In the photo are Clarence Reed Tucker, Dee Kincannon, Dalton Honeycutt, & brother of Clarence Tucker who was Lloyd Marion Tucker, Jr.
Clarence died in 1946 and L.M. died in 1950. For many years I did not know the ID of the 2 men in the middle. But, after years of working to get the glue and black photo album pages removed their names were on the back. I would like to post the picture of my daddy, uncle, and best friends, but feel I need permission first. Can you help with this permission?
Anita (Tucker) Poole
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