|David C. Dyess (#47343909)|
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David C. Dyess researching the Dyess, Chafin, Long, Brewer, Pettis, Williams, and related families and adding other photos that I take so some one else may get some benefit from them.|
If I make an error and we all do please let me know either private or through find a grave and I will do my best to correct it.
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Can you tell me why the spelling of your last name changed from Dies to Dyess? Also, the spelling of Martin's last name is Dies and not Dias. Are you able to make the connection from Martin Dies the Congressman to you? I have been trying to figure it out for quite some time and was hoping you could possibly help me fill in the blanks. Yours truly 5th cousin Joann :)
Added by Joann on Jun 24, 2014 11:56 PM
You left a message on Martin's memorial indicating that you were family. Can you tell me how you are related to the Dies family. I am trying to fill in my family tree and any information you have that would help me would be greatly appreciated! :)
Added by Joann on Jun 21, 2014 11:36 AM
|John W Grier||Rip Wilkerson|
Thank you David for taking the time to get and post his photo on his memorial.
|Margaret Stephens||RE: Pictures of Samuel Fry|
HI, Maybe I got confused on reading the messages. But I saw a message from Terry Teichert McDonald on June 18 2012 and I thought she was thanking you for a picture of Samuel Fry. But maybe it was someone else she was thanking. And I was thinking it was an actual picture of the man himself not the tombstone because I do see the picture of the tombstone out there. Samuel Fry 1795-1861. Gnadenhutten clay Union Cemetery.
Thanks for the quick reply.
|Margaret Stephens||Pictures of Samuel Fry|
Hi, Is it possible to email me the picture of Samuel Fry? b. 1796-1861? He is my 3 Great Grandfather. Thank you so much. Peggy firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kat Breiding||RE: Headstone Photo|
Thank you! :D
|Kat Breiding||Headstone Photo|
Hi Mr. Dyess,
My name is Kat Breiding (ID #48365743) and John Wesley Carney is one of my ancestors. I happened across his memorial and saw you had taken a picture of his headstone in Brightwater Cemetery in Choctaw county, Alabama. May I copy this picture to my genealogy files in FamilySearch?
Thank you for your service with Find-A-Grave. Please know you've made a difference! :)
Thank you so much for providing the gravestone photo for young Claude Clanton.
|MyrtisJane||Mt Pisgah Cemetery - Quitman MS|
I hope to get to this cemetery in May -- thinking there may be more Carneys and Satchers buried there (I was working off a list from many years ago). I see you just added some other surnames here.
|MyrtisJane||RE: John Carney # 95394839|
You tend to document people and cemetery graves as I do. Yes there are people looking for these graves and like me I may know they are from a certain county but have no clue as to where buried. People do not always let you know (or give thanks) that you have helped but I see my photos crop up on other web sites, so I know.
So a great big THANK YOU for these Carney photos.
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