RE: Dallas Rector No problem. I am happy to hear you are able to be back on the computer! You are more than welcome for the pics! I consider it a privilege to help others. It is one way I can pay back those who have done the same for me.
RE: Emma Virginia Scott You are welcome. Maybe a stone was never put up for her or her husband James, as neither are included on the cemetery transcription pages that I use. Her obituary states that they are both buried there, but I haven't been able to find a stone for them. His death certificate just states Worth County as his place of burial, but his parents John and Jane Eaton Scott are buried there, and I photographed their stones the last time I was there. I will search some more when I go there again. Best regards- Barb
Rhoda Frazer Hello LaDonna, I got Rhoda's birthdate from a family history book put together based on Genevie Frazer and Violet Rogers research. Also her headstone has 1863. However, I know headstones are not always accurate. I know the 1900 census shows her birthdate as March 1962, but that's not always reliable either. I have a copy of Marshall and Rhoda's marriage license, but instead of an age it just says she is over the age of 18. So I just went with Genevie's date since she did the research and Rhoda was her husband's grandmother. Hope this helps. Thanks again for your time. Shani