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Connie (#47812018)
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Larry Draughon
Connie, wow it doesn't take you long to do something. Thank you so much for creating all the Rainer memorials and thanks a million for entrusting them into my care. It's much appreciated. Larry
Added by Larry Draughon on Apr 01, 2015 4:18 PM
Larry Draughon
Joel Herron Rainer
Thanks so much, Connie, for editing the memorial of Joel H. Rainer. It is much appreciated. Larry Draughon
Added by Larry Draughon on Mar 31, 2015 9:40 AM
David A Swiger
Clarence W Morgan
I added a memorial almost 2 years ago for Clarence W Morgan (Find a grave memorial #114256931) and I just got an e-mail from his niece whom he never met. I am writing to because I noticed that you have produced most if not all the headstone photos for that cemetery (Mount Zion Church Cemetery, Louisville).

There is a photo request for his headstone requested by her brother already.

Here is the last part of her email:

"Both my brother and I never got the chance to meet him, as he died when I was 5 and before my brother was borned[sic], but I heard so much about him growning up and remember a picture of him in his uniform sitting in a wheel chair with two nurses behind him. I don't know how long it takes to get a picture of a grave once it is requested, but along with my brother Fred, I would love to see the actual grave where he is buried. Since I cannot also request it, that is why this email to you privately. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and my only question is how long does it take a photo to be taken for a grave before it is posted.

"Thank you so much,

"Debbie Waters"

How long does it take? And would you consider doing it?

Thank you for all your contributions and work in this endeavor.


Added by David A Swiger on Mar 31, 2015 8:25 AM
RE: Memorial Transfers
I am no longer going to be working with Find A Grave. You do very good work, and I preferred that you have those.
Added by IronGate on Mar 06, 2015 7:27 AM
Amy Brown
My Baby
I do not want to leave a public message about this topic, however I do not see any other way to contact you. Please email me at
Added by Amy Brown on Jan 20, 2015 7:01 PM
Norman Scott
RE: Emmet Thigpen
Hello Connie,
Thanks for the offer, and for the history of the Thigpen memorials. Although I've lived in Alabama 61 years, all my ancestors are buried elsewhere.
I work a section of a cemetery similar to your method. I enjoy researching the history of the individuals and locating their relatives. I'm not interested in numbers so I spend more time per memorial.


Added by Norman Scott on Nov 18, 2014 2:51 PM
Thank You
Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures you posted of my Greats in Clay Hill Cemetery, Pike Co. AL. Beautiful Job!!!
Very best regards
Added by wmfryer on Oct 19, 2014 8:13 AM
Tommy Horn
RE: Smilie Cemetery
Mary Ann Snider Thompson is my GG grandmother and is buried at Smilie Cemetery also(marker is gone so I don't know where).
Added by Tommy Horn on Oct 07, 2014 2:45 PM
Tommy Horn
RE: Smilie Cemetery
There are only 5 markers left standing at the cemetery. There are many people buried there with no marker remaining. Information is hard to come by. It will take some time digging in the records at the court house. My home phone is 334-566-3044. My cell number is 334-372-3044 but that will change after I retire at the end of January. My email is
Added by Tommy Horn on Oct 07, 2014 8:55 AM
Tommy Horn
RE: Smilie Cemetery
The information I have could be incorrect. I obtained it from the late Kathlyn Johnson Folmar who obtained it from the late Ruth McPherson Brown who originally compiled it long ago. Many of the markers are gone at Smilie Cemetery. I plan to further research the Smilies when I retire in a few months. I am the GGG grandson of Elizabeth Allen Thompson Smilie by her first husband Allen Thompson. They came to Alabama from Jones County Georgia. Elizabeth's second husband was Col. Robert Smilie who is buried beside her in Smilie Cemetery.
Added by Tommy Horn on Oct 07, 2014 6:31 AM
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