|Dylan Talley (#47879885)|
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|Grave Whisperer||RE: Regina Felton (1906-79)|
I'm a little confused. I went to her memorial and then looked for anyone else in that cemetery with her surname and nothing came up...same as when I searched before creating her memorial. Could you explain a little more about your comment?
|Janet Bertram||Muriel Anne Daly|
You have a photo request for a Muriel Dawson. I found an obit for a Muriel Anne Daly. Her last name is not Dawson. She died Aug 13, 2013. Is this who you are looking for? I sent you the obit and you can add it to the memorial under bio.
|Deborah Gowen||Mary Morris|
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased loved ones is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us. Thank you so much
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|libbygwill||Klein Memorial Park 249|
The Klein Memorial Park located on 249 is serviced by Klein Funeral Home Tomball. It is not in Harris County, it is in Montgomery County.
The Memorial for Gregory L. Cillis says he was interred in Klein Memorial on 249 but the link says Klein Memorial Harris County which is on 2920.
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||John W Hand|
Thanks so much for your help. His d/certificate says New Hope Cemetery, which I understand is the same as Fields. so it would appear he has no headstone.
|SHERRY LAWRENCE||RE: Homer cummings|
Welcome to Find A Grave. It is great to have young people who are interested in their ancestors.
I have transferred the memorial for Homer Cummings in Restland Cemetery to you.
Good luck with your family discoveries, and I hope you enjoy genealogy for years to come.
|libbygwill||RE: Where plot is located|
You are most welcome.
|libbygwill||Where plot is located|
David Shreckengaust is in M-14-3. You go in the gate at 249, take the fork to the right, go past 2 roads to the right, when you get to the corner that turns left, you will see a bench. Go to the right of that bench where the markers are at right angles to each other (kind of a dividing line), go straight back to the fence. His grave is almost to the fence. Hope that helps.
|Donna Cox Beveridge||RE: Gilbert W. Dawson|
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