|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson (#46989029)|
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My husband and I live near the Waco, Texas area of Central Texas. We have 2 children and 5 grandchildren. a Stuck up cat named Miss Kitty, a Boston Terrier named Panda and a darling English Bulldog named Aunt Clara. I retired from banking in 2007 and my husband retired in Oct 2008 an agriculture pilot.|
This picture was taken the day my husband L.D. and I got married on 6-29-1958 .
My side "Tarkington" GGG- grandfather,was Burton Tarkington,(from his son-Jesse Harrison Tarkington) who came to Texas when it was still part of Mexico and settled in Liberty County Texas outside of Cleveland Tx, & the town named in his honor is "Tarkington Prairie Texas".
"The following statement is my written permission
that any photo I take(per request of another party on FAG),or (those I personally contributed (grave/photos)that I may have added of others or family members) can be used without futher permission from me, as long as it in an appropriate and decent content and for family and/or genealogy purposes. I would appreciate my name and date taken be shown on photo.
Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson 3-2-2010"
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|Anton & Elizabeth||Bertie McCormick 1899 - 1979|
hi just updated the photo of Bertie's headstone and added two photos of her resting place... Hope you enjoy the photos... Anton & Elizabeth
|PStrickland||RE: 2 graves on Melcher|
thank you so much!
|William Gorman||Nancy Seaboalt Hooks Shinn|
I just uploaded an annotated photograph of the young Nancy (made about 1892) with her parents and siblings. Likely location in Italy or Waxahachie in Ellis County. Hope all is well with you. Your friend, Bill Gorman (Plano, TX)
|Old Sexton||RE: Mary Wallace HArris|
Yes, you have my permission to use the photo. I grew up next to the Hester Cemetery. Please send me an email as I probably have more info for you.
|Eva Whearley||RE: W O Odom|
Fill free to use any pictures that you need, you have my permission.
|Diane||RE: John Proby|
No problem. You do not even have to give me credit. I love finding these things for people in hopes that others will do it for me and my genealogy research.
Added by Diane on Oct 19, 2014 7:36 AM
|James Coston||RE: Earnest Harris at Cotton Gin|
Ok, I finally got the 2 close-ups posted.
U mentioned him being 5 years old on the census, according to the tombstone he B/D the same year, 1885.
I chalked it to help bring out the inscription.
Never fear, I carry a jug of water so when I chalk one I can immediately rinse it off.
I used the word chalk for simplicity, actually my wife makes the markers out of starch.
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He was hard to locate. I passed him up 2X before I located him, the third try was the charm. Although there is a plot listed for him, the rows intertwine so the only way to locate some people is to find others around them then move down the row.
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Glad I could be of assistance, Later, James Coston
|James Coston||RE: Earnest Harris Cotton Gin Cemetery|
Don't give up on me just yet.
I have a couple of close-ups so U can identify the marker, it's readable, problem is, I am on 14k dial-up and my connection is failing me. I have been trying for 1/2 hour and it keeps dropping me. It's very frustrating.
I will try again when there is less activity on the interned, the drawbacks of slow speed.
Yes, the marker at the tree is his, the over shot of the other markers are for reference in finding his marker "after" the tree is gone.
As to the others being Harris, the surname is "Wills", I used their locations to zero in on Earnest.
|Monument Hunter||RE: Dollie and L P Adair|
Your welcome. Anytime.
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