#104424113 Snow, Mary Just letting you know I submitted an edit request to delete the link to parents. Those linked are actually her sister and brother-in-law. I haven't located burial place for her parents yet: David F. Shuford and Cynthia Cunningham Shuford. Regards
Hazel Bishop-Morgan I was so happy to find this site. I am Hazels grand daughter...the daughter of Betty Louise Morgan and John Thomas Hill... I have so long wanted to know about my biological grandfather Elmer McNett Morgan. I am so grateful to find this page of my grandmother who I always called MUVERS. If any Morgan family member reads this PLEASE contact me. Muvers I love and miss you and will never forget in that one room sunday school in Wink Tx how you made me memorize all 66 books of the Bible when I was 7 years old. I will one day see you again. Love, Pam
Crystal Truman Hall Can you tell what has happened to Crystal? I was told by someone that she passed away but cannot verify that. She does not respond to any requests and or messages on Find A Grave. She is listed as one of your Find A Grave friends.
Sarah Alice Hellum Human The Crisp Cemetery is located approximately 4 miles NE of Ennis, TX, Ellis County, on Shankle Road, 1/4 mile off FM 660 to the north. Shankle Road is also 1 mile southwest of the old community of Crisp, for which the cemetery is presumably named. The closest other cemeteries are Union Hill, on Union Hill Road, which runs off FM 660 from Crisp, and Bristol Cemetery in the unincorporated town of Bristol, 4 miles to the north on FM 660, where I live. Crisp Cemetery is a plot of land of 6-8 acres, with few trees in the very back portion, where most of the very old graves are found. There is a lot of open space, so much so that the graves are widely spaced in a manner that would suggest the existence of unmarked graves. The cemetery has been vandalized in the past as evidenced by broken or missing headstones. Many of the headstones are difficult to read, but either the death date or some portion of the name is legible enough to discern. I found no names, either whole or partial that resembled the person we are looking for, not did I ever see a death date of 1914. I'm not normally interested in geneology so I don't have access to the two web pages you mentioned and haven't seen the death certificate. Neither I, nor the person with me, remember seeing any name that even closely resembled the name you gave. The Ennis Library has a section on Ellis County history, which I will check soon, and there are probably online records, but as I said, I'm not a researcher, so I am ignorant of reaseach methods. We will pay another visit soon, and in warm weather (it was 34 degrees).