|Dennis Norwood (#47514808)|
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Working on Norwood, Jenkins, Massay, Cavender, Fisher, Bone, Smith, and many more. Always interested in gathering data for the family. My wife and I do this together and part of her family is being researched here as well, her lines are Nichols, Polack, Worley, Chandler, Garrett, Bales, Hearon, and many more. If you have a relative that I have the memorial to please feel free to request a transfer, as long as it isn't one of my direct ancestors I don't mind sending them over to family. If we share a relative and you are more closely related than I then I will also honor the transfer request. Our goal is to provide a link to the past so that future generations may know their ancestors. If any information is not correct please feel free to send a correction, to us it is about quality not quantity. To the regard of any photograph that is posted on my memorials, please feel free to use them freely for non-commercial endeavors, I don't mind sharing my photos with family members on their memorials or on any genealogical website. The purpose of the photo's are to keep the memory of our loved ones alive.|
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bonnie price, Carol Davis Son..., CKinseyC, DHunt, Dylan Mahan, Eric & Tami Low..., Georgia, JFH, John Christeson, Linda Williams, Lisa Davis, Lynda Duncan Mi..., M. Luna, Mary V. [Johnso..., Matt, Rachele Bone Po..., Regina Bone, Richard Knoll, SweetPeacock, Tim Wilkinson
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|shelly smith||bone family|
im in relation to the family through marriage from my grandmothers line.
|Bonnie||RE: Memorial 7212507|
Thank you Dennis, May I ask you this, maybe you will see my reason.. If you hung a photo of a loved one on your wall, would you hang a death cert under it. To me a memorial is to celebrate
the life of a person, not the death. Again thank you for being so kind and honoring my request. Have a great day.
Added by Bonnie on Apr 30, 2015 8:28 AM
|Bonnie||Memorial # 7212507|
Hi Dennis, Sorry to have to ask you this but please remove the death cert. from the fore mentioned memorial. To me a DC is not a proper place on a memorial. I would appreciate you doing this very much.
Thank you, have a great day
Added by Bonnie on Apr 27, 2015 1:46 PM
|Debbie Walker||Betty Hearn Acock|
Thank you for providing this photo of Betty's grave marker. Much appreciated.
|Rabbmeister||Ms. Ollie Thompson|
Thanks for adding the certificate for my great-grandaunt, Ollie John Thompson. Very enlightening!
|michael blount||RE: William Norwood|
Glad to share what I have not much. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Robert David Miller||Stanley Polock|
Happy to transfer your wife's family over to you. Since I like to keep families together, do you have anyone else you'd like me to transfer over to you? If so, just send the request. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Sylvia Millard||RE: William Norwood|
What happened to the family trees for William Norwood? They seem to have disappeared from my Ancestry.com site.
I am interested in sharing information, although mine is taken from Ancestry.com after about my 4th generation. However, my brother has had his yDNA done also, and this may help us to confirm William Norwood as a common ancestor. I will ask my brother if he is interested and get back to you.
I love this ancestral line, because it wanders back through the Kings and Queens of England, and is a fascinating look at history. I like to believe it is all true.
You have my e-Mail address email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you again.
|Patricia Williams Curry||White Rock Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the markers that you took and posted for Walter Lynn Kendrick and Letha Kendrick. I think pictures make the memorials so much nicer. I appreciate your help and your dedication to those who have gone before us. Pat
Thank you so much for the Beard photos. I appreciate your work.
Added by Linda on Aug 04, 2014 8:34 AM
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