|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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|Mary Hogan Moore||Reva Whisenhunt|
So sorry I haven't sent you a thank you for taking the picture of Reva Whisenhunt headstone. It's been a month now and I am so sorry I forgot to thank you! I greatly appreciate you taking the time and effort to go out and take these pictures!
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this woman's burial marker. I appreciate your efforts and your work with FindAGrave.com.
Added by Helperkw on Feb 19, 2016 8:45 AM
|Yvonne||RE: Jacob Brock|
Thanks, I think it helps make it clearer.
Added by Yvonne on Dec 06, 2015 3:18 PM
Thanks for answering so nice.
My suggestion is put:
Above Death of Daniel Bradham
THIS IS THE ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF JACOB BROCK'S FATHER.
or something like that
I think it is more confusing because Jacob took a different sir name.
Added by Yvonne on Dec 02, 2015 10:30 PM
|Charlotte R. Smith||Mittie Jones Photos|
Thank you for her lovely photos too... this definitely clears up the confusion about her name :) and it is a beautiful addition to the memorial. Again, thank you!
|Charlotte R. Smith||Dero Jones Photos|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos.. I love to see photographs added to a memorial, they just seem to make them more "complete"..again, thank you for your time, energy and gas!
|LaDonna & Richard McKelvey||Duke photo request|
I am presently out of state but will hold your request and check later to see if anyone fulfilled your request.
Fitzhugh Cemetery, Forest Grove
Your welcome, it's not problem shes a distant relative of mine.
Added by Tawny on Aug 07, 2015 10:39 AM
|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
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