|Judy Holland Tomme (#47502685)|
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I was born in Canada. In 2002 I moved to Fort Worth and married my sweetheart. In Jan 2010 he passed away and I have been doing research for his ancestors ever since. Find A Grave is a wonderful tool and I am so glad we have it. The members are wonderful people and I owe alot to the ones who have found headstones for me and posted them on this website.|
Nov 2013 I moved back to Canada but I am continuing my research for Doug's ancestors and mine also. This is such a blessing in my life!
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|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: De Estes Newberry headstone|
I wish it could have been better but his marker is so weather worn:(
|Raymond Williams||RE: Victor Reymond Brumley|
He was a child death. I suspect the Brumleys were living next to the Simons in Dallas County Arkansas. It is a very remote grave, but the stone is like new!
|Raymond Williams||RE: James Allen Brumley|
You are very welcome!
Do you know of any connection to this person:
Victor Reymond Brumley
He is located in a remote cemetery in Dallas County called Simons. I believe he is the only Brumley there. I am very interested in the Simons family, although I am not kin.
Thank you for any info! Raymond
|Raymond Williams||RE: Frances Barnes Brumley|
Very glad to be of service!
I was in the neighborhood and it was not a problem.
|Wilma Jameson||RE: Sarah Huggins|
Your Welcome, only transcribing photo's taken by Sue Clark and Virginia McPhail who took the pictures over twenty years ago and has just now given them to our Genealogy group to post on Find A Grave. They were very diligent about finding old abandoned cemeteries.
|Lee Ann Swanner Hodnett||RE: Warren Clinton McAlister|
My pleasure to help.
|Tony Bell||RE: Sarah Alice Amanda Bonds Rye|
Always glad to help!
|Theresa Ardoin Van Meter||RE: Robert Julian Benoit|
I am so sorry we were unable to locate a marker for you. The cemetery manager told me exactly where he is buried (plot 31-2 of Entrance Garden A). His grave is very near to the Veterans' Field of Honor near the front of the cemetery. When we couldn't find his marker, I went back to the cemetery manager, who did some research and verified that, in fact, he has no marker. Again, my apologies.
|Ray Vallins||Ellen Wain|
If you Google Roma General Cemetery or type
http://austcemindex.com fill in your relatives details you will be able to see a photo of Ellen's Headstone: They have it there on site as I have just seen it:
|Gary Isaacks||Mary Miller Newberry|
we found her grave stone today and are posting now.
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