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Native Texan who has been doing genealogical research and walking through snake-infested rural cemeteries for more than 30 years.|
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|Joel Meriwether||Loyce Dunker|
Thanks for your note. I was just writing a note to Floyd asking about it. Pleased to make the transfer.
|Heather Hall||Jessie McDowell Roten|
Hello! In my research in Corpus Christi, I came across the obit for Jessie McDowell Roten. I'd be happy to scan it and send it to you if she is your relative and you don't have it already. Thanks! Heather
|B. Colella||Salesville Cemetery|
How the heck did you end up here? And thank you for doing what you do. I just found the grave of Peter Lingenfelter about my 5th great grandfather. I am new to genealogy and do so appreciate what you and others like you do. Thank you.
Barbara Behen Colella
|Elizabeth Garland||RE: Guy Campbell|
Oh my gosh! THANKS SO MUCH! I probably never would have seen it otherwise! I'm not sure if I mentioned this previously but I am in contact with his granddaughter whom I found last year. She will love to see this. If you ever need anything from Virginia, please let me know. I'd love to repay the favor. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
|Gary L Jackson||memorials|
Thank you for creating memorials for a lot of my family, The Jacksons, #56852305.. as soon as I can scan photos I have I will add them to existing memorials.. I only found these yesturday, Thanksgiving, and I thankfull to have had tohave had them all in my life.. Thanks again.
Gary L. Jackson
son of John C. Jackson and Rosemary M. Jackson
|Susan Roach||RE: Lydia Ridenour|
You have done a great job and I certainly appreciate the work you have done and your willingness to share it with us. I do not think I would have noticed, if I had not picked up the memorial for "Lydia" first.
|M. S. Cook||Transfer Request - Cook|
Hi there! Until I received my grandparents' transfer, I didn't realize who you are. So nice to see you here! :)
|Teresa L. Watson||RE: Amy Altman|
I called Mother right after I sent that message to you this morning, and she was thrilled. She couldn't believe it when I told her Charles was buried in Marlin! In fact, I only live about an hour or two from there. We are still trying to figure out how the heck Charles ended up buried in Marlin.
A lot of the Altman's are in the Lubbock area, where Amy is buried. In fact there are some of her husband's children still alive and living in the Memphis, Texas area. Amy's son, Charlie, is my grandfather. His wife is still alive (she's 93), and I will be seeing her in three weeks. I can't wait to tell her what we've found, although she probably won't remember much of it.
I will take a look at the tree this weekend, I hope. I'm swamped with work (I'm a writer and freelance editor), but I am dying to check it out, so I'm sure I'll get to it very soon! Let me know if there is anything I can tell you about the Altman's.
|Teresa L. Watson||Amy Tibbs Altman|
OMG, this is FANTASTIC! I am been trying to find information on Amy's family for a LONG time! My mother & grandmother are going to be so thrilled! Is there any information that I can provide you, or anything you can tell me, about her parents, siblings, grandparents, etc.?
If you are wondering about my connection to Amy, her son, Charlie, is my grandfather.
|Cyndi Wiseman||Eddie Bea Roark Vining|
Thank you so much for the information on Eddie B. Vining in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Rusk, Texas. I have updated her memorial.
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