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If you are so inclined please feel free to add flowers to my dear son's memorial: Daniel Gomez|
I have recently started doing research on my family history and stumbled across this great site. I have some photos I am going to upload of ancestors grave sites and I am also looking for others.
I live in Denver CO now and would be happy to help if anyone needs pictures of anything in the area.
As of Jan 2010 I am new to the site, but look forward to jumping in.
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|Ronald Johnston||Compton Family Papers|
Hello, I am researching the Compton Surname and was told that you were in possession of your grandmother's papers on the Compton line that I am researching. Would you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would greatly appreciate it.
Ronald Johnston, Ph.D.
|Aric||RE: Thank you|
It was an honour to visit your sweet son's page. I am sorry he had to go through so much! Sending you love and prayers today and everyday...
Added by Aric on Nov 22, 2013 9:54 PM
|Allison Ford||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome, it is my honor to leave a token for Daniel. I know how brave he had to be. I pray for the day thT dreadful disease is a distant memory and that children like our boys never have to suffer. I have added you to my friends list and will visit Daniel frequently. Fondly, Allison
Katie was Clara'a sister, right? I met your aunt and her mother, Mrs. L. Ellison here in Houston in 1973. They were so nice and tried to help me with family history. I was very interested, but young and did not follow up on genealogy as I should have done. Busy with work. Clara made me a chart on the relationship between the Compton and McCain famiies--I still have it.
J. I meant to tell you that the family history I have says that Henry Rufus Compton Jr. was said to have never married and was buried in the Old Norred Cem. His father, Henry Rufus Compton died in a Confederate War Camp in Montgomery in 1862, and we don't know where he is was buried as far as I know. He IS listed as being buried in the Old Norred Cem. on F.A.G. Henry
Jr.,also, with links to their parents.
Please e-mail me at email@example.com...
You probably have a lot of good info that I don't have, and maybe some pics. I just found out today that a sister of my gg grandfather and James Frazier Compton was buried at the Old Norred Cem. too. Marian/Marion J. Compton Finch and her spouse, Francis M. Finch.
Am looking forward to hearing from you, and maybe I can help you too. We have found some interesting info about the Sowerhavers.
Added by Alice on Jul 12, 2013 12:22 AM
Was you grandmother Clara Ellison Erath? I have read in family history where Henry Rufus Compton never married and was buried in the Old Norred Cem. Wilcox, AL.
My g g grandfather was the brother of James Frazier Compton.
I left a note for your lovely son. Pics so good of him, with that wonderful smile.
Added by Alice on Jul 11, 2013 6:30 PM
|Alice||Grandmother|Added by Alice on Jul 11, 2013 6:23 PM
|Rhonda C. Poynter & Friends||Thinking of You|
Hi, After visiting Daniel, I just wanted to stop and say hi to you, and let you know that Gannon and I are thinking of you today...I know that it's a difficult day for so many with children listed on this site, and please remember that you have so much love and prayers coming your way/ I'm not online much right now (again), but hope to be back soon - Take good care, and say hi when you feel like it/Hugs, RCP and Gannon Blue
|J. G. Ivey||Sara Caroline Webb Bolt|
Please change her name from Mrs. William B. Bolt to Sara Caroline Webb Bolt #61331159.
|Linda Davis||MC Compton|
Please excuse me for jumping the gun on Henry Compton's memorial. Do you want me to transfer it and the young son's memorial to you?
I deleted my duplicate of MC Compton. Didn't know the dates, didn't realize I was making a duplicate. I hyperlinked her original memorial to Henry's for now stating her entire name with maiden name.
Truly sorry for stepping on your toes.
|Bruce Rova||RE: Norred Cemetery|
Absolutely. There definitely was evidence of unmarked graves there also.
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