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Ronnie & Marjeana (#48248758)
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Bio Photo Hello. We are Ronnie and
Marjeana (Rains) Taylor.
We are working on our
family histories. Ronnie's
parents are Alvis Marion
"Junior" Taylor, Jr. &
Mildred Lois Beaver Taylor.
Family names are:
Taylor / Seaton / Birge /
Beaver / Logan / Jones.
Marjeana's parents are
Charles "Dempsey" Rains &
Margie D'Ann McVey Rains.
Family names are:
Rains / Lawson / Hamilton/
McVey / Longabaugh / Springer

We go to cemeteries quite often and do take quite a few photos of headstones, which we then post on Find A Grave. Please feel free to use any of our photos. Some of our memorial information comes from the Pope County Cemetery Books by James & Alta Ballard and C.L. & Lena Boyd, that we purchased from Mr. Boyd. Information used by permission of C.L. Boyd.

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Pat (Hice) Campbell
RE: Betty Jean Coffman
Thank you very much! I don't need the temporay marker. I'll wait for the permanet. So nice of you to do this, I'm not in a hurry. I haven't figured out how we are related anyway. Keep up the good work! It must be fun for you to do!
Added by Pat (Hice) Campbell on Feb 09, 2016 7:48 AM
Todd Tinker
Transfer of Memorial
Ronnie & Marjeana

Thanks for creating the memorial for my grandfather, Lawrence Tinker, #132319066. Could I manage this memorial?
Added by Todd Tinker on Jan 31, 2016 7:33 PM
Ann Fitzgerald Mobley
Many thanks!
I so appreciate you taking the time to photograph the headstone of my great grandmother, Iva Tom Linton Montgomery. I live in California and have never been to Arkansas. I hope someday to make a trip, but in the meantime, seeing her headstone as you have made possible is truly wonderful.

Thank you!

Added by Ann Fitzgerald Mobley on Jan 30, 2016 8:50 AM
Kevin Watson
Sarah Howell Haptonstall
Thanks for adding this memorial in Oakland cemetery. She was my 3rd Great Grandmother. I had no idea where she was buried. Thanks again
Added by Kevin Watson on Jan 22, 2016 9:48 AM
RE: Walker #156719643 Photo
You are very welcome. It is my pleasure to be of help.
Added by HardRock on Jan 19, 2016 8:20 PM
Melinda Barnard
Breedlove family
There is a George E. Breedlove b. Jun 27, 1875 d. Dec 12, 1951 bur. Cartersville Cem. in Jasper County, MO. who gives the same parents as this George. They give John Wyatt Breedlove and Elizabeth Jane as George's parents. Can anyone help and tell me which is the son of John and Elizabeth? Any help appreciated.
Added by Melinda Barnard on Jan 17, 2016 5:49 PM
Mike Deaton
Mary Deaton [Perry]
Mary Perry #156868244

Am I related to Mary? I honestly do not know yet but I am willing to bet I am. I have a lot of relatives in Arkansas as well as Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Ohio and North Carolina (NC is my home state). My database is currently right above 65,000 people and still growing.
Added by Mike Deaton on Jan 10, 2016 5:38 AM
Russell Cemetery
Can't wait to see the headstones of the Apples there. Thanks so much for taking the time to go and get the pictures and all the other work you do for Find A Grave.
Added by Mary on Jan 04, 2016 5:49 AM
Thanks for the obit. I have it added to his Find A Grave memorial.
Added by Mary on Jan 03, 2016 8:22 PM
Ian Hasty
RE: Harrison Carruth
Thought you like this information from my brother Melvin "Ralph" Carruth Jr. Harrison Carruth is out Great Grandpa.

Sharon & I found their graves in Russellville. We went by there. A third stone just said Carruth & we wondered if that might be Eddie. Daddy said they just bummed around doing odd jobs, some farm labor sounded like. They boarded. He said Oscar & Van were always together. He said in the winter they'd come to Grandpaw Carruth & live off him till spring. Strange way to live. Seems they lived in a home in Russellville in later years on social security.
Added by Ian Hasty on Dec 18, 2015 8:38 AM
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