|Judy Baker (#47903253)|
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I'd be happy to help others by taking pictures at local cemeteries of headstones, etc.|
If I have added a relative of yours to one of the local cemeteries, and you want me to transfer ownership to you, just let me know.
And, I give permission to anyone to copy ANY image I have submitted for genealogy research, files, or data of their own; provided they do not misrepresent the data, person, or source. If you wish to give me credit for taking the photo that is fine with me, but not required.
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Thank you so much. After Rebecca passed 1916 several children and then her husband John passed during a typhoid outbreak in 1918.
Good reason there are no stones.
Added by Pete on Sep 12, 2014 3:27 PM
Thank you for looking. I would fulfill the request with the plot photo and add a caption no stone found in Manasco Plot.
Works for me if it works for you.
Rebecca was the only one?
Added by Pete on Sep 12, 2014 2:50 PM
|Carol Gibbs||Dr. Cronkrite|
Thanks for your efforts in taking the picture of Dr. Cronkrite's marker and your generosity in sharing. Your help is greatly appreciated.
|Kathy Mattaliano||Lloyd and Mary Josephine Prestridge|
Thank so much for taking the time and effort to photograph Lloyd's and Mary's grave marker .
|linda ewing||Malinda Martin 69137202 Thomas Evans 131464266|
Judy, Thank you for your effort and time trying to find Malinda and her father Thomas Evans headstones, I know the Old Woodbury Cemetery alot of headsones are unreadable and alot are broken, I have several descents buried in the Old and New Woodbury Cemeteries, All your effort and time is much appreciated...Linda
Thank you for taking these photos.
|linda ewing||RE: Martin|
Hi Judy, Thank You I would appreciate you transferring the Martin headstones to me.
Thank You for all your time and effort..Linda
|Sarah Murdock||Hight memorials|
Thank you for taking the time to take photos of the Hight memorials.
|Sarah Murdock||Jeremiah Yarbro|
Thank you for the photo!
|Harold Neal||George Wilson Tennison|
Thank you very much for the photographs of the Tennison graves and for all that you do.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1
1. George Wilson Tennison was born 18 May 1849 in Tishomingo, Tishomingo, Mississippi, United States, and died 12 February 1919 in Hillsboro, Hill, Texas, USA. He was buried in Woodbury, Hill County, Texas, USA. He was the son of 2. JAMES ROBERT TENNISON and 3. CATHERINE MOCK. He married Julia A Cobb 1875 in Mississippi, United States, daughter of JACKSON JOHN COBB and ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON. She was born 28 January 1845 in Georgia, United States, and died 13 November 1905 in Hillsboro, Hill Texas. She was buried in Woodbury, Hill County, Texas, USA.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2
2. JAMES ROBERT TENNISON was born 1808 in Rowan, North Carolina, United States, and died Bef. 1907 in Prentiss, Mississippi, United States. He was buried in Forked Oak Cem, Prentiss Co., MS. He was the son of 4. Benjamin Tennison and 5. Phoebe Cooper.
3. CATHERINE MOCK was born 1813 in North Carolina, United States, and died Bef.1913 in Prentiss, Mississippi, United States. She was buried in Forked Oak Cem., Prentiss Co., MS. She was the daughter of 6. THOMAS MOCK and 7. Margarett Kertner.
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