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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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Audrey (McConnell) Calger
Thompson
Hello,
If you go to the Oil Springs Cemetery in Healton, the info is there,p.
Added by Audrey (McConnell) Calger on Apr 19, 2016 10:48 AM
Kat B
RE: Miller Franklin Keith
Hello Connie,
If you wouldn't mind, I usually put, "information provided by contributor on memorials where people add information. My number is #47447776" - Kat B
Not to be mysterious, but I'd rather keep it at Kat B! Thank you, I appreciate your help!
Added by Kat B on Apr 18, 2016 8:26 PM
Audrey (McConnell) Calger
Thompson
Hello,
There is an Oil Spring Cemetery in Tatums, someone added him there but he is not.
There is also an Oil Springs Cemetery in Healton this is where he is and there is a stone and memorial for him there also.
I've been to both and photographed both.
Need anymore info or explained better let me know.
Audrey
Added by Audrey (McConnell) Calger on Apr 18, 2016 3:33 PM
Audrey (McConnell) Calger
John Thompson
He is located in the Oil Springs Cemetery Healton.
Added by Audrey (McConnell) Calger on Apr 17, 2016 6:36 PM
thomasbiggins
RE: John W. Redwine
Connie
You are very welcome, and I agree it is heart breaking that so many don't have a headstone or the headstone is deteriorating or damages
Tom
Added by thomasbiggins on Apr 08, 2016 3:18 PM
Dorothy Newberry
RE: Minerva
I think you may be correct. Will get up my "gumption" and do it soon. Can't right now.I'm still looking at some of the things about the other woman.
Dorothy
Added by Dorothy Newberry on Feb 29, 2016 10:37 PM
Dorothy Newberry
RE: Minerva
I have been working on this, I really doubt seriously that this grave is my Minerva who supposedly was born in 1852 in Texas per the 1880 census Hamilton Co. TX after she married James E. Ferguson. (listed under his initials J.E. Ferguson.....don't know what the Hamilton Co. connection was. They married in Mason believe it was 1877. Anyway the stone in Newton Co. says that Minerva was born in 1852. The OTHER Minerva Jane Nolin (Nolan) married and M. Ferguson in the county I live in now, Tyler Co. TX in 1851. But, supposedly (per census, she was born in 1835) So, that date isnt correct either. And no one seems to know exactly when each of these women died. It may be more likely that it was her instead of my Minerva because she did live in adjacent county Jasper Co. on 1870 census. So, I don't know what to do and don't know who changed the Find A Grave "label" to include this other Minerva. Suppose she was married to a Malkijah A. Ferguson

Its a mystery for sure. What do you think I should do?
Dorothy
Added by Dorothy Newberry on Feb 27, 2016 1:39 PM
Dorothy Newberry
RE: Minerva
Wow, I didnt put that on there! Wonder who changed it and why. Is it possible to find out who added the Nolan? This MAY be pointing to the fact that this is NOT my Minerva Roberts Ferguson????

Dorothy
Added by Dorothy Newberry on Feb 25, 2016 8:27 AM
Dorothy Newberry
Minerva
Connie, Well, I am not really sure about Minerva EXCEPT that she is listed as Minerva E.Roberts on my grandfather's death certificate, I believe it is. Anyway, I really know nothing of who her family. However, I concluded (mostly because of proximity etc) that she probably was the daughter of Abram Roberts....Believe there is a Minerva listed on Abram's census record ONE TIME. I have no proof. Many people have taken it for "gospel" and ran with it. She could have been married before, but I really don't know. I also am not sure that she is the correct person who is buried in Newton Co. TX, its only a guess again because of proximity to the Sabine River.(Where the Ferguson's lived for many years before the move to Mason) So, I really cant answer your question, don't know where the Nolan came from. I don't recall that. Can you tell me where you saw it on my tree? Because, I thought I only had Minerva as James E. Ferguson's 2nd wife.
Thanks,
Dorothy
Added by Dorothy Newberry on Feb 24, 2016 7:33 PM
C. Bryan
RE: Veatrice Hinds
You're welcome and you're right - it is sad, but not uncommon, and for several reasons. The locator marker shows you I was in the right place. But I often find such a case. Sites like f-a-grave may be the only direct evidence a person was once among us.
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 30, 2016 8:18 AM
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