I am retired from JCPenneys after 19 Years. I like to sew, walk cemeteries, work on our family trees and watch our 3 grandsons. I add these memorials in hopes that everyone will be remembered, especially our veterans. The surnames I am researching are: Burgess, Clanton, Lauderdale, Savage, White, Ellison, Jenkins, Tuley, Tumlinson, MacKellar, Howard, Gunn, Winn and a few more. Most of the the memorials I have added here on find a grave I am not kin to and do not know about their family history. I just hope that if their family is looking for them that I have helped them be found. If I have made any errors please let me know so I can correct it and any info. you would like added please let me know and I will do my best to get it added quickly or if you would like a relatives memorial transferred to you let me know. Katy
Transfer & thank you Hello again Katy, Thank you for your generosity in transferring: Mary A. Nuckolls Downs # 41820969 to my care. With your help, I have successfully connected her with her mother, 2 half-sisters, husband and two sons. As I receive more information, I will be adding it to Our shared memorial. With sincerest appreciation, Marcia # 47059326
George Andrade FAG # 112975201 Greetings! I have just been alerted that I have duplicated your above Memorial, for one of my cousins. Would you be willing to transfer this memorial to me so that I can merge the two? I would be happy to give you credit for creating the original in the body of the Bio. Please let me know, Happy Holidays.
RE: Tuley & Jenkins graves I have not found those graves, but I need more information on this family. Can we share info. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You and I are 4th cousins 1x removed with our common ancestors being Charles Tuley/Frances Mays. Looking forward to exchanging information. Do you have a picture of Charles & Frances?
William K. Holder, Mission Park Katy, thank you so much for taking a picture of "PaPa's" gravesite. He was my father-in-law, a true hero of WWII, a leader in his church, and a very kind and giving man. It was an honor to have known him. Bless you, and thank you again. ~MaryLee Holder