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I feel these memorial should be maintained by family whenever possible. With that in mind, if I am not personally related to the person, I will be happy to transfer the memorial. |
I spend most of my free time working on my Family history and find roaming old cemeteries is amazing. Some of the headstones I see are nearly unreadable, some are eroded to the point they can no longer be read. This saddens me knowing they are lost forever, no one will ever know who they were. By taking photos and sharing the info, maybe someone who is searching will find who they are seeking.
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|Jon Bailey||My Aunt Nellie|
Would be great if you could transfer Memorial of my Aunt Nellie to me
Find A Grave Memorial# 100650536
|Judy Richards||RE: Cora Lee Cain McDade|
That would be great if you would transfer her memorial my grandmother was a Cain.
|Marilyn Kosanke||RE: # 110951628|
I know the burial is in Tarrant County instead of Dallas County by the information on the death certificate. You will note on the death certificate it says death occurred in Tarrant County. Look at section 19 on the death certificate which says Place of Burial or Removal. The cemetery is named, but no county. On Texas death certificates when it gives a cemetery name, but no county, it means the burial occurred within the county where death occurred. If the burial is to be in another county, it is considered a Removal and then the location of the city or county is identified. Usually for a removal the section 19 just has the name of the city or county, such as Waco. Sometimes it will name the cemetery (example: Forestwood Cemetery, Waco.) Since a location other than Fort Worth or Tarrant County was not named, the burial was in a cemetery in Tarrant County. In 1922 when the infant died, the cemetery now known as Greenwood Memorial Park was known as Greenwood Cemetery.
|Michael "Mike" Lockett||RE: John Bell Lockett|
Hi WF, Thank you again. Clinton Eulis "Clint" Lockett died in 2001 in Melrose, Curry County, New Mexico and I cannot find a memorial for him. James B. appears to really be Aubrey Lee Lockett born in 1927 and I cannot determine if he is still living. Please review Richard Earl Lockett's memorial with my changes. Take care, Mike Lockett
|Michael "Mike" Lockett||RE: John Bell Lockett 62799056|
Good evening, Thank you very much for your email. Yes, I would appreciate the transfer so that I can enter some information. I had found the Certificate of Death several years ago so I knew about the child but not exactly where he was. I remember when I first read the cause of death "Had no doctor" I nearly cried. I met John Bell Lockett in 1975. He was very nice to me and loaned me a handwritten family tree he had. I copied it and returned it to him. I have walked many cemeteries in Wilbarger County but I need to go back. You are very thoughtful to write and to make the offer. Until a closer Lockett relative comes along I will try to take good care of them. My very best regards, Mike Lockett
|Sherlocks Cousin||HAPPY EASTER|
Hope you are a great day my friend.
|C Wilson||RE: Willie Etta Johnston Ishmael ~ New Shirley|
You're very welcome ... happy to do it.
Added by C Wilson on Apr 04, 2015 11:45 AM
|Nancy Porter||Obituary for Susan Morgan Clay|
I would like permission to copy the obituary that you have pasted to Susan Morgan Clay and then to use as a source for information in my personal genealogical database. She was my 3rd great-grandmother through her daughter, Mary Ellender Groff, from her first marriage to Henry B Groff. This obituary provides me information on her that I had not previously been able to obtain.
|Alberticoღდ||RE: Mary E. Matura Romanko 99446703|
You're quite welcome. Always happy to help another fellow graver. Cheers! :)
|Carolyn Ellis||RE: Bryson Transfers|
I love to go through these really old cemeteries. The old tombstones can be so pretty.
Thanks again, Carolyn
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