|David Parker (#47558463)|
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I became interested in Find-A-Grave because it is so very beneficial to genealogy research. Gathering and posting photos of ancestors and family members is a special interest of mine. |
No problem with the transfer of management for any memorials of persons not in my direct lines--please request using the 'edit' tab and the 'provide additional information' link from the memorial page concerned.
You are welcome to use any pictures I have posted on Find-A-Grave--no need for additional permission and no need for a "credit" notation.
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|Larry Bailey||RE: Zeph Bailey|
David, I'm sorry to be so late replying to you, but I just opened the site for the first time in a couple of years!
I'm descended from Tucker Bedford (?) Bailey, b. 1870, I think. Uncle Finis was named that because the delivering doctor told great-granddaddy Booker that he'd better name him Finis, because he was the last one great-grandmother Sallie Phelps would ever have.
Many thanks for the information!
|Paula Ali||Maria Teutsch|
|Michauel Bryan||Gardens of Memory Cemetery photo|
David, I deeply appreciate you taking time away from your day to travel to the Gardens of Memory Cemetery, locate the marker, take the great photo and posting it.
|Michael Epley||RE: Correction|
Thank you for this information about the spelling of Philippina's name. I have always wondered what was correct.
|Michael Epley||RE: Philipena Bleystein Teutsch|
David: Thank you very much for this explanation, which makes good sense to me. I agree that most likely Philebena (Philipina?) Teutsch would have been living with or near Jacob and buried in that area.
I appreciate your taking the time to respond to my inquiry. I plan to go down and look at the cemetery/crepe myrtle grove sometime soon.
If you come upon any other information that might be useful, please let me know. Thanks again.
Mike Epley 870-234-3777 or 870-234-6641
|Michael Epley||Philipena Bleystein Teutsch|
David: Ancestry.com just today connected me with this Find-a-Grave site for my g-g-g-grandmother, Philipena Bleystein Teutsch, who was the mother in the Teutsch family that came to Germantown in Webster Parish in about 1835. I have never known where she is buried, so I was surprised to see that she is supposedly buried in the Phillips-Wallace Cemetery near Leton. Did you post this information, and if so, how do you know that is where she is buried? I would really like to know the source of your information. Thanks so much. I realize that the graves aren't marked, but I still plan to drive down there (from Magnolia) soon to visit the cemetery. Do you know who owns the land where it is located?
Mike Epley firstname.lastname@example.org
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
Thank you for taking the time to report the problem with my request for a photograph of the Ellington gravestone out at Gardens of Memory. Much appreciated - JP
|Rita Westbrook||Johann Wilhelm Teutsch|
David: Our Great-grandmother we think belongs to this family. Her name was Rosena Lentich Teutsch. She married George Washington Lee, Sr and is buried at Springhill Cemetery in Bowie Co, TX. We show that her father was Johann Wilhelm Teutsch, Jr. Our great-grandfather mentioned about was wounded in the Civil war and when he came home Resena nursed him back to health and they eventually got married and settled in Bowie Co, Texas. We show her father, Johann Wilhelm Teutsch, Jr., to be the son of the person mentioned in the subject line. However, our sibling info for Johann, Jr. does not match this Find A Grave info. Can you verify that our Johann is indeed part of the family of the Teutsch in the subject line. Are you also kin to the Teutsch. I loved the information that you had put on Find A Grave for this person. Please reply ASAP.
Thanks, Rita (Lee) Westbrook
|Phyllis Nix||Alcy McElyea photo|
I have seen the photo of the McElyea family and would like to know if the elderly lady in the photo is Alcy's mother. James Qualls and Martha Meroney Qualls are my 3rd great grandparents. Thanks for your help.
|KC||RE: Evergreen Photos|
Thanks again David! :)
Added by KC on Mar 15, 2013 8:55 PM
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