|Sue Lilley (#47263401)|
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I have lived in Lampasas for 30 years and am married to a man who is from here. I have only recently become interested in family history and really like the Find-A-Grave site. I plan on adding obits and other information to the sites I manage as I get the information and offering obits to others for those who already have memorial sites. I am researching the Lilley, Parks, Langston, Wynn, Haralson and associated families.|
I am glad to transfer sites to those who have a special interest in them. Just let me know.
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|L Fields May||Find A Grave Memorial# 80826555|
#48351763 Hi this is my Find A Grave # would you please transfer Cheryl Harrison Leck to me to manage? She was my sister by another mother! Thanks
|Jan Wigley||RE: Fennell|
Sue, I am unable to delete this memorial for Edward Fennell, it was created by IdaF and I manage her memorials. If I send it to administrators they will merge it and The memorial will remain with me since IDaFs was first. Not sure what to do. Maybe ask Kathy if she will add the headstone to my memorial and then delete hers.
|Tommye Price||Wheatly Blythe|
Thank you, Sue, for his information. I have it added. Tommye
|marcus hill||RE: Henry Franklin|
|Stanley Nicodemus||RE: Mary Edna Auld|
|Trey Morales||RE: Justo Hernandez|
That wound be great
Trey Morales (#48697513)
|Joe Eckols||RE: Patricia Packwood Janke|
Thank you for your reply. I discovered there is a typo in the obituary (or I simply misread it, not sure which).
The burial was actually at Morgan Mill Cemetery in Erath County. When I went to that cemetery listing, I located another memorial (26374972) that has been created for her.
You may wish to visit that memorial page and make edits if appropriate.
Thanks again and best wishes...joe
|Dan Vacek||RE: Maggie W. Johnson|
Yes, you did good. I did find it strange that she is buried alone as the only Johnson at Cedar Lawn Haven while the Columbia cemetery on the other side of town is full of Johnson family. Maybe she was the black sheep of the family, or it is a different set of Johnson.
I didn't know about the Columbia cemetery. On my next trip out there I'll have to check it out.
|cjgriffith||RE: Willie Virgina Six Stewart|
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