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Becky Feaster (#47450413)
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I have been blessed by Genealogy Angels on this site..... who took photos for me.... and I just want to give back.

My families are: Babbit, Campbell, Randles, Maxwell, Pettigrew, Dickson, Moseley, Wadley, Ellis, Greer, Mulkey, and many others.... mainly in Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas, having moved there from NY, GA, PA, SC, and KY.

I live just north of Houston, Texas, if I can be of any help, please let me know. Any pictures I have taken, feel free to use. Please do give me credit, though.... THANKS!
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RE: elizabeth Bates
you are very welcome. Many of my people are buried at Old North Church.
Added by BSmith on Jan 19, 2015 8:18 PM
Cody Blue Miller
RE: Wadley brothers
You are most welcome to use them anywhere you need! Thanks for asking. Cody
Added by Cody Blue Miller on Jan 06, 2015 3:07 PM
S Remmark-Fuhrman
RE: Paul E. Rising
Yes, please free to use the photo! Paul's headstone was in a area of the cemetery where all of the headstones were particularly on top of each other. The headstones in that area didn't look related, just all jumbled together. It made me wondered if most of those buried in that section were cremated and then their urns buried there really wasn't room for a coffin containing a body to be buried there.
Lots of luck in your research,
S. B. Remmark- Fuhrman
Added by S Remmark-Fuhrman on Jan 05, 2015 9:49 AM
Misty Ellis
You are so welcome! Yes of course, use the photos however you wish.
Added by Misty Ellis on Jan 02, 2015 2:41 PM
Virginia Paredes-Tijerina
RE: James and Rosalie Garrett
Hello Becky, you are so welcome. It was my pleasure. I have been working on the requests since August but Mr. Garrett's area was covered with vegetation during the summer. Yesterday when I went, it still had some vegetation but I was able to fight through it. I was so glad to finally get the pic for you. Happy New Year!!
Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Dec 30, 2014 11:39 AM
Everett Baranowski
Note on McEwen Graves
I have your grave shots, but they're only meant to be temporary--to be replaced with others on a sunny afternoon. I checked the website for the latest requests in the late afternoon on the 23rd, just before going grocery shopping in Oxford. It's been cloudy rainy out here this past week, plus I took the shots just before dark. Yet I wanted you to have an extra surprise Christmas present, so I took the shot that evening. Unfortunately, rain's what ya get here in the Winter time. I'll post the shot(s) tomorrow (as I work with the post office and have to be up early). When I have the opportunity, I will go back again to take better shots to replace the ones I will be posting tomorrow. I also have a survey map of family plots (which St. Peter's made in 1940). If you're interested in the map and grave location, let me know via e-mail (see my profile). Sorry that the picture will be a day late, but I gotta rush off to bed. A very Merry Christmas to you! ~Everett :-)
Added by Everett Baranowski on Dec 25, 2014 10:19 PM
Everett Baranowski
Note on McEwen Graves
Added by Everett Baranowski on Dec 25, 2014 10:09 PM
Brian J. Ensley
You're very welcome- glad I could help!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Dec 23, 2014 5:49 PM
Myrtle Birschwal
Good evening, Becky. I just dropped by to tell you that Charles Birschwal is buried next to Myrtle. I've added a memorial for him and will link him to Myrtle. I did a little checking on Ancestry and they are indeed husband and wife. Also, Addison and Octavia Appleby are buried next to them, and the 1940 census lists Addison in the household of Charles and Myrtle, with his relationship to the head of household as 'father-in-law'. So it appears that the Applebys are Myrtle Birschwal's parents. It seems that Myrtle may have been married previously to a Shellhammer. The census has a 'step son' of Charles listed, age 19, Wilbur Shellhammer.

I've added memorials for the Applebys, with photos of their graves.

I hope this information is useful to you.

Merry Christmas,
Added by Jean on Dec 22, 2014 12:48 AM
George "Buddy" Hartmann
RE: Graham and Kimball families
Becky, your very welcome....
Didn't have a heck of a lot to do today so I decided to hunt down stones and get some pics for folks....
This cemetery is about 6 miles from me and I did manage to fill a few requests....
Added by George "Buddy" Hartmann on Dec 19, 2014 7:36 PM
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