|Larry Owings (#47857516)|
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I am 64 years of age and am fully retired. I live on 12 acres that keeps me busy. I do all of my own electrical, carpentry, plumbing work. I have my own wood working shop. My wife takes care of garden and chickens, I take care of the rest. I have just started taking pictures for monuments and I think my wife & I will enjoy this.|
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|LoRetta Hughes||Mary D. [Whaley] Nobles|
Thank You Larry for the nice photo of her
|marelle44||James Cecil and Addie Mae Cooper|
Thank you so much for taking the fabulous photo of James and Addie's grave stone and for posting it on both of their Memorials. I appreciate your time and effort. The photo looks great and is a fabulous addition to the Memorials.
|Mary Morgan||Joseph and Crecie Alsup|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photo their headstone for me.
Mary E Nance Morgan
Added by Beth on Sep 01, 2014 3:04 PM
Do you have a list of those buried in Eastland City Cemetery ? If so, could you look up a person for me that I believe may be buried by her parents there. Thank you so much
|Dari Mahan Wells||Charles Stephenson|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take these photos. I really appreciate it.
Thanks a lot for the photo I rally appreciate it a lot , this helps me out with my family research. I will pay it forward.
|Michauel Bryan||Oakwood Cemetery photos|
Larry, once again, thanks for taking time away from your day to drive to Oakwood Cemetery, locate the markers, take the great photos and posting them.
|Dale May||Arvol Stuard|
Just a quick note to say THANK YOU for taking time from your busy schedule to get the photo I requested.
Added by Dale May on Nov 14, 2013 12:34 PM
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Ernest Fletcher Moffett|
Hi there! Sorry I do not have any further information about the Moffett family. I just photographed the cemetery. She may have a field stone and of course I do not photograph them. The Fort Smith Public Library has a book named "Cemeteries South of the Arkansas River" or something really close to that name. Perhaps they could look in it and see if she is listed in Potts Cemetery. Sorry I am not more helpful.
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