|Rick Copp (#47303729)|
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I am a retired educator. I retired in 2008 as a school superintendent after 35 years. I am married to Lana and have two children, Jody & Kayla. I have four grandchildren, Braileigh, Rainer, Calan & Lawson.|
I enjoy being with my family, camping, fly fishing, and traveling.
I have just recently started looking for family information and enjoying geneology.
I try to add as much info about the pictures that I have. Would be glad to transfer any memorials to you if they are your family and a gracious request is put in.
My paternal lines that I am researching are: Copp, (Kapp, Capp,) Sutton, Walton, East, Hale, & Register.
My maternal lines that I am researching are: Jester,Faulkenberry, Inman, (Inmon), Lewis, Waldrop, Payne, Bennett, & Falow.
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|Dennis Alan Deel||William P. McAnelly ( 20046948)|
Rick, I just sent you a correction on William P. McAnelly's mother.
You have his mother linked as Missouri Orlina McAnelly who died on February 4, 1878. William P. McAnelly was born on March 22, 1882.
I believe that he should be linked to William Benton McAnelly's second spouse, Martha Webber McAnelly who he married on July 20, 1879.
All the best!
|Laurel||Warren Family, Warren Miller Cemetery|
Mr. Copp, I have researched in Coryell County Families, compiled by Coryell County Genealogical Society and have information on the Warren Family; they share one stone. Willis H. Warren #78182741 was the son of Thomas L. Warren#21186981, died August 7, 1866 and Mary Oates Clark Warren #21186979, died May 14, 1894. They are both buried down the road at Sadler Cemetery, which is about 3 miles from the Warren Home Place. Willis, their son, took over the family farm after the death of his father. Willis Warren married Ella Nora Wilkerson, according to this book her maiden name was Wilkerson. They raised six boys and five girls. Mary, Rosa, Lillie, Ida, Stella, Henry, Luther, Jess, Richard, Logan and Clarence. Those on the single gravestone are: Willis H. Warren #78182741, his wife, Ella Wilkerson Warren, #78182751, their daughter Ida #78182763 who lived at home all of her life and died at a young age and Leo Jones Jr. #78182769, who was their grandson. Leo Jones Jr. was the son of Willis And Ella Warren's daughter Stella and her husband, Leo Jones Sr. I am attempting to find information on all the marked graves at Warren Miller Cemetery and give the information to Mr. Ira "Tex" Mattiza, who is responsible for cleaning up Warren Miller and working for Texas Historic Cemetery recognition. He is very limited these days and doesn't use a computer which is so important in researching.
Added by Laurel on Jun 17, 2015 9:32 AM
Thank you so much for linking Joanne Robinson to her parents! I am not related but friends!
Added by Vicki R on Aug 25, 2014 9:20 AM
|William Nance||RE: Charles Stifflemeir|
Usually when someone sends a request, it goes to the person who created or manages the memorial page. Charles' shows to be created by you. On pages that I created or manage, I go in to the edit portion and where it says link to spouse, I just plug in the memorial page number of the other person's memorial page and it links my page to the page someone else created. Did Charles' page not allow you to do that?
If not and you would be interested in transferring his page to me, I cold try it.
Charles is actually my wife's uncle.
Thank you so much for the photo.
Added by Tawny on May 29, 2014 1:38 PM
|Nena Smothers||posting same stone in 2 diff cem|
why did you post same lady gravestone in 2 diff cemeteries? where IS she really bur then?
Honeycutt, Oma Lee Melton 52071929
b. Jul. 10, 1891 d. May 3, 1968 Davidson Cemetery
Gatesville Coryell County Texas, USA
Honeycutt, Oma Lee Melton 46102651
b. Jul. 10, 1891 d. May 3, 1968 Restland Cemetery
Gatesville Coryell County
|Gordon Edwards||RE: George Kincheloe|
You bet - sorry I didn't have more luck.
|Suzy & Rob||Sarah Franks|
Thank you so much for your efforts in trying to find and photograph Sarah Franks' tombstone. I do appreciate it and I appreciate the information on the unreadable markers.
Many kind thanks again for the nice photos happy trails
Thank kindly for nice photos much appreciated, happy trails
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