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txgirl (#47236911)
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Bio Photo 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.
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Rosemary McMahan
RE: Emily Garrison
Thanks for your quick response. I will search the Courier for more info.
Rosemary
Added by Rosemary McMahan on Aug 25, 2015 6:56 AM
Rosemary McMahan
Emily Garrison
Emily is my great great grandma Garrison. I am wondering where you found your info. I have searched this part of the Garrison family and with her hit a wall. I am in search of her maiden name. I have all of her children's names and have followed the family from KY to Chariton County MO around 1860. Do you know if she is in an unmarked grave. I see you just listed her Feb 2015. Any help would be so appreciated.
Rosemary McMahan
Added by Rosemary McMahan on Aug 24, 2015 7:05 PM
Emilie
RE: Murdoch's Galveston
Thank you so much for your quick reply. I would love to hear more about your research on the Murdoch bath house of Galveston. It might help me in my research to find our family link.

Is it possible to contact you directly?

Emilie Murdock

Added by Emilie on Aug 11, 2015 7:51 AM
Emilie
Murdoch's Galveston
I am trying to find out if George Murdoch (#148012301) who you created a memorial for is connected to the Murdoch's of the famed Galveston bath houses, and if he is related to our Murdock's who migrated from Georgia and South Carolina to Texas. I have information that indicates we are connected.

Your record was added recently - Jun. 18, 2015, so I am wondering if you can help me. Also, are you related to George Murdoch as your bio indicates you are related to some of those that you have done research on.

I hope I am contacting you in the correct way. I'm new to Find A Grave, so please let me know if I am doing it correctly.
Emilie Murdock


Added by Emilie on Aug 10, 2015 2:17 PM
Anonymous
RE: Harriet Powers
Thank you so much for the update on Harriet Powers
and your Quick reply. Blessings to you for your dedicated work.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 01, 2015 8:36 PM
Anonymous
Harriet Powers
Thank You, For locating my Grandmother Harriet Iam overwhelmed. Did Harriet Powers have a Gravemarker? Id like to share some Bio on Harriet Powers and edit her parents name.

Harriet Humdy Powers was born in Chickasaw Indian Territory on July 5 1876 now known as the State of Oklahoma today. Harriet was the daughter of Edmond Humdy and Malinda Stevenson Chickasaw Freedmen,born in the Chickasaw Territory of now the state of Oklahoma. AT the age of 19 Harriet Humdy was married to Allen W. Powers. She became the mother of Dovie, Thurston, Solomon, Leo, Tousaint, Octavia, Odessa, Mendy and Allen Powers Jr. Harriet died as a young mother from the travel of Oklahoma to Galveston Texas on Oct 18,1915. Harriet's great Grandmother Zelphia was the daughter of Thomas Colbert a Chickasaw and the son of the Chickasaw Chief James Colbert,who Traveled the Trail from Mississippi to Choctaw Indian Territory.
Added by Anonymous on Jun 29, 2015 7:35 PM
CRRJ Project
Ernest McDay
Hi txgirl,

You have posted a grave picture for Mr. Ernest Mcday. Do you by any chance know the rest of his background history like the possiblity of him having a son named after him?

I am trying to build a family tree for a young boy named Ernest McDay who died at the age of 15 in 1940. All of my searches for the Young Ernest have taken me to the older Ernest. Which leads me to believe they are fater and son. If you have any information that could help confirm or deny this, it would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Jasmine F.
Civil Rights Restorative Justice Project
Fellow
Added by CRRJ Project on Jun 15, 2015 12:53 PM
Iowa Owl
RE: Dooley Photos
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Iowa Owl on May 25, 2015 4:54 PM
Margo
Margo Smith
Thank you for providing photos of my maternal grandparents grave stones. I was elated to actually
see photos of time passed, again thank you.
Added by Margo on Apr 21, 2015 9:34 PM
Bonnie Shirley Amery
Mrs. Thomas #142171600
Dear txgirl,
I agree. This cannot be Josephine (Fawks) Thomas, because Mr. Thomas would have had 2 wives at the same time, and I do not believe that he was Morman.

Please forgive my waste of your time and effort.

I shall make all the corrections this evening and continue to look for Josephine Fawks who would have married Mr. Thomas in 1848.

Thank You for your contributions.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
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Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Mar 19, 2015 8:05 PM
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