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Connie WEEAKS Pace (#46984521)
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Bio Photo I love doing genealogy. The search for our ancestors and their stories have intrigued me beyond my own imagination. I love walking the old cemeteries and then, the search that comes with them. I hope I can help another person in their research.

Please, do not add death certificates to the memorials I have created. Sometimes, they can be hurtful to family members. Also, any pictures or information I have added, feel free to use them. It would be nice to have credit for them.
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Eleanor Colson
RE: Edward Thomas Randle
Hi Connie,
I believe mine is correct. BUT I do have an older Edward Tom Randle in my files who was born about 1840 in Georgia. I have him as dying 06 September 1876 in Austin, so that is probably who the stone you mentioned is for. Edward Tom Randle born 1878 who my memorial is for was his nephew.

I can make the memorial for his uncle if you would like me to.
Added by Eleanor Colson on Jun 26, 2015 1:27 PM
Holly Bonorden Jentsch
RE: Lewis Whitfield Carr
I can delete it, not sure why the other part is missing but the page is at max pictures, so I can't add the other part again. It will be a little bit before I can find the article again in my archives..
Added by Holly Bonorden Jentsch on Jun 13, 2015 4:39 PM
Mark Mauldin
RE: Julia Pearl CASBEER DeSpain
Connie, you are welcome!
Added by Mark Mauldin on Jun 13, 2015 2:57 PM
Don & Mary Cavender
RE: John Roberts Watson
You're very welcome.

Don & Mary
Added by Don & Mary Cavender on May 02, 2015 12:40 AM
Flowers & Notes
That is not how I interpret Flowers & Notes.
Added by KaysRoots on Apr 27, 2015 9:26 AM
Anita Sitton Schroeder
Susie Lee Hooser Sitton
Hi Connie, I would like to ask you to add my grandmother Sitton to her mother's Find A Grave information.Her mother is Patience Idella "della"Westbrook Hooser. Della's is buried at the Frost Cemetery, Navarro Co., Texas. Her Memorial# is 6834578. Susie Lee Hooser Sitton is her daughter, she is buried at the Johnson City Masonic Cemetery, Johnson City, Blanco County, Texas and her Memorial#85669814.If I need to do anything else please let me know. Thank you for all the help and work you have been faithful to accomplish. Anita Sitton Schroeder
Added by Anita Sitton Schroeder on Apr 26, 2015 5:06 PM
Howard Cobb
RE: Charley James Caviness
Added by Howard Cobb on Apr 11, 2015 3:37 PM
C. R.
Caviness in wrong cemetery
Memorial for Charles James "Charley" Caviness # 96533102 is incorrect. He is buried in Lee Cemetery, Wood County, Texas. See Find A Grave Memorial# 126766001
Good Luck with your research!!
Added by C. R. on Apr 11, 2015 12:48 PM
Gail Starr
RE: regarding the mystery
Most of the spellings are Swan. I am going to get a gravestone picture when I visit AL in May and that will help. You know there is a senior and a junior, right? And the 3rd child is Mary Alice Westbrook who married three times. I think the best place to look is Elmwood. I'll let you know what I find.
Added by Gail Starr on Apr 08, 2015 5:52 PM
Ancestry takeover
Connie: Sad to say that findagrave use to combine duplicates and/or delete those with no information on them. I don't think that will happen anymore since Ancestry has taken over the site. Sad to say - for many it's all about numbers.
You have the choice of adding information in the Notes & Flower section OR creating a new memorial.
Added by KaysRoots on Apr 08, 2015 11:41 AM
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