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Texas transplant from Missouri.|
I do this to preserve the memory of those gone before us, and to help family members with their genealogical efforts.
Most of the memorials I contribute are not related to me and I am more than happy to make transfers so that these end up in the hands of their loved ones.
Feel free to use any gravestone photos I have contributed for your personal ancestry use. No credit is necessary. Credit is required for use of any personal family photos that I have contributed.
If I have sent you additional information for one of your memorials, there is no need to give me any credit for doing so. I truly appreciate the thought but you don't have to put my name on the memorial.
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I have attached the people you requested.
Added by DKOWN on May 11, 2016 2:55 PM
I have added her parents.
Added by DKOWN on May 11, 2016 1:57 PM
|linda bly||Hattie Shields Hatch (10453501)|
Dear txgirl--thank you for the acknowledgement of "1900 Storm Survivor" left at my great-great grandmother's site (name above). She, her son (Daniel Bradford Hatch (104538046)), daughter in law (Phylenia Catherine Sanford Hatch (104536052)), and granddaughter (Hattie Shields Hatch White (97739252)) all resided there. My gt-gt-g'mother, however, was in Houston at the time of the storm.
Catherine and little Hattie were in Galveston and rode out the storm by Hattie clinging to her mother's back, with Catherine swimming at times, and clinging to debris.
Daniel Bradford, a salesman for a paper company, was on a business trip at the time, made his way back to Houston, and took the train to Galveston as far as he could with many others also looking for their loved ones. He found his wife and daughter safe but with everything they owned gone.
The family was listed as lost on "The Death List" that was published by the Galveston News on Tuesday, September 11, 1900.
The reason for this lengthy message is to ask if you could leave a "survivor" medallion on my gt-grandmother Catherine's and my grandmother Hattie's site.
Regardless of the outcome, thank you for all the work you obviously do on these sites. You are much appreciated.
|Alan Edwards||Mem. #156153075|
Hi there! Great work on transcribing these memorials. It means a lot to find family. Where did you find the information on Janet and her family? This is a lost branch of my tree and am trying to fathom US records from a distance (from the UK)
Any pointers gratefully received
|JARROTT P. COX||Cameron Herrell (#47967691)|
Cameron Herrell (#47967691) this contributor is very knowable of Bates county He may be able to help you. Jarrott
|JARROTT P. COX||Helen Dutzel|
Sorry I can not help on this one.Jarrott
|Tim Cook||Lt. John Knox Moore|
Thanks very much for the information for
Lt John Knox Moore
Added by Tim Cook on Apr 16, 2016 7:47 PM
|Kathy Kiehn Gates||Robert Allen Medlin|
Your suggestion as to his parents being James and Sarina is correct. Do you have any more information on her - she is a blank wall for me! Thanks!
On her memorial, you mention that the log cabin still stands. Do you happen to have a picture of the cabin? I would love to see it. Herman and Johanna Benson were my wife's 3x great grandparents.
As the cemetery is on private land. Would be nice if the owners would clean up the graves. If not taken care of then they will be lost to nature and future generations will not have knowledge of it.
Added by rar1214 on Mar 15, 2016 4:38 PM
|Domingue Descendent||Joseph Benson|
Hi Would you like to manage this person so you might make the additions you suggested? Give me your number and I shall transfer to you.
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