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"A Tribute To Memories" - Diana Hanner Bolain (#46608475)
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I have been working on family tree information for both my husband and myself since 2000. This has become a great passion of mine. Since finding the Find A Grave web site I have realized just how much information there was available. I have decided to record our families, friends and others to pay tribute in hopes of preserving memories for future generations to come, and with that I dedicate a lot of my time in research, and scanning old photos of family members. I have also visited numerous cemeteries and taken lots of pictures of grave stones, and still have lots to enter. This has become very rewarding and I have seen some very old and beautiful grave stones. I have gotten into the habit of visiting my past memories and have found that I like it there. Our families include the surnames of Bolain, McCool, Ford, Hanner, Shannon, Woodin, England, Cruzan, Wight, Mitchell, Easley, Chism, Browers, and Lyon. I hope what information I record will be of help to those in search of their family history. If I can be of any help to anyone, please let me know.
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Anita Mays
Jama Nanette Hartman
Find-A-Grave #148011541. She is buried in Martin Cemetery at Larue, AR.
Added by Anita Mays on Aug 29, 2017 12:42 PM
Ken Farris
RE: Forrest Farris, memorial #138295870
Thank you very much
Added by Ken Farris on Jul 13, 2017 12:47 PM
Sorry, I hit enter by mistake. I am looking for the graves of of Chesley and Nancy Long Mitchell. Wondering if you have come across them. Sadly, I am thinking their markers are gone or destroyed. I enjoy having my family linked together. Thank you for all you do.
My Great Great Grandmother
Mary Adaline Mitchell Easley
Memorial# 19672012
Added by Diane on Jan 06, 2017 10:20 PM
Hi cousin, I came from John Easley's line
Find A Grave Memorial# 12072370
Added by Diane on Jan 06, 2017 10:11 PM
Steve Peacock
John Paul Bowman
Hello Diana,

I discovered the memorial for John Paul Bowman this morning. He was my grandmother's brother. If you have the opportunity to be at the Bentonville Cemetery could you please let me know what is written at the bottom of his gravestone. I cannot quite make out what it says. Thank you for your help and thanks for taking the gravestone photo.
Added by Steve Peacock on Oct 30, 2016 12:15 PM
Brenda Larson
William Henry Ford
Diana, Regarding Memorial #33475258

There is a family picture posted to this memorial and states it was added by Larry Carpenter. I contacted him first and told me it was not his memorial.

My question is where did this picture come from and do you know any persons names in it?

My Great Grandmother Rosetta Ellen Ford is one of the children belonging to William and Elizabeth Young-Ford.

Thank you

Brenda Larson
Added by Brenda Larson on Feb 27, 2015 11:03 PM
Carol Lynn White
Perhaps there is a death certificate somewhere for this baby.

My email is

I also sent you a note about Donald's grave.

Carol Lynn

Added by Carol Lynn White on Oct 16, 2014 3:49 PM
Carol Lynn White
Elmyra "Myra" Hanner
Myra was my 1st cousin through the Sarvis line. I noticed in the 1900 census, that she was the mother of 2 children, only 1 living. I am estimating this child was born between 1896 to 1900, dying also during this timeframe. I have not found any information on this child. Are you aware of any?

Carol Lynn White
Added by Carol Lynn White on Oct 15, 2014 3:58 PM

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