|Donna Schulte Loth||RE: Melody Kindla Moore|
Thanks so much for the transfers, and I will share the information as you suggested. I remember Melody from high school, and it will be an honor to care for her and her brother's pages. Thanks again.
Thats fine, I did spend a lot of time there photographing and adding memorials. I meant to get back to them to further add info as time permits. Thank you for transferring them, Ill see what I can find...
You transferred 11 memorials to me from The Pearsall Cemetery, Im not related to anyone there. Was this a mistake? I can transfer them back if it was or if you are trying to transfer all your memorials for some reason, I will be happy to manage them. I was just wondering what was going on? Thanks
|Donna Schulte Loth||Bandera Transfers|
Goodness! Thank you so very much! I will take great care of the pages. I do have a soft spot for that cemetery...my daughter and I photographed and transcribed all the headstones we could find several years back, my parents used to live across the street and took good care of the cemetery while they lived in the area, and there are dozens and dozens of my relations buried there. Thanks again for your efforts on Find A Grave, and for the generosity of the transfers!
|Donna Schulte Loth||Estela Jureczki|
Thank you for the transfer. It will be an honor to care for her page.
|Robert Paris||JR Buck|
You list his father as Jacob, according to his son Daniel Luther Buck JR's Father was William A. Buck of Marshfield, Webster County, Missouri. I wish I had more for you but I do not.
|Robert Paris||Myrtle Ann Wright Buck|
Daniel Luther Buck was her husband and they had one son Robert M. Buck she died of complications a few days after he was born, I am the great-grandson of Daniel through my grandfather Robert M. Buck who was the father of Myrtle Elaine Buck she married Ernest D. Paris and they had me.
|Dorothy J. Shadwell Wheatley||Timmons|
Thank you for the picture of the headstone of Ruby and Felix Timmons. Beautiful photography.
|Bill Fronczek||RE: headstone photo|
You are welcome. The odd - fitting pieces of the puzzle make it interesting, don't they?
|Bill Fronczek||RE: Wallis headstone photos|
This headstone is in the Applewhite plot. The Applewhite graves are right next to these. It appears that Wallis was indeed the last name for these folks, not Applewhite. With such a distinctive first name and the location description, I am certain these are the graves described.
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