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Patricia Kemper (#46904942)
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Bio Photo Pat is an RAOGK volunteer for Ellis and surrounding counties in Texas. She previously lived for 30 years in Colorado where she also researched for RAOGK. While in Colorado, she served as President, as well as other officers, in her local genie society and edited the society newsletter and quarterly, even after she moved back to Texas in 2002. Pat also served as President of the Colorado Council of Genealogial Societies and was the coordinator for the National Genealogical Society's Conference in the States in 1998, held in Denver. She has conducted workshops and presented lectures at the local, area, and national levels, but her passion has always been, and will always be, cemeteries.
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Jim Welch
John Edward Caldwell
I have him married Dec 27 1924 to a Hazel Pauline Teachworth b. Apr 26 1905, Ennis, Ellis County, Texas. They had a Daughter Margaret Caldwell, born Nov 19 1925.

Hazel remarried in July 1931 to an Alfred Nelin, born 1905, Texas. He adopted Margaret as his.
Margaret became Margaret Caldwell-Nelin. She married a Man named Hudson, of which I have not found any information. Although it does state they were married Mar. 1 1944 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Ga. and that she died on Apr 19, 2007 in
San Antonio, Texas, is buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas.

If you have any additional information on John Edward Caldwell, would appreciate your sending that to me. as I am on an ancestry hunt. Any help appreciated. thanks.
Added by Jim Welch on May 15, 2017 8:47 AM
Crystal Burnham
Nancy M Odom Vaughn
You have the wrong George Washington Vaughan. He is buried in Cannon co TN along with Nancy Amanda Odom Stone Vaughn. This is a different Nancy M Vaughn.
Added by Crystal Burnham on Apr 03, 2017 8:44 AM
nadine mcnally
violet nance
she is in Rawlins cemetery in Lancaster texas
Added by nadine mcnally on Mar 12, 2017 7:28 AM
Ruth D.
Link 40339893 to 87522639
Hi there, Can you please link 40339893 to 87522639. Ivy Ruth Owen Roberts (my grandmother)was Nena Greenwades daughter.
Added by Ruth D. on Mar 08, 2017 3:59 PM
Hamilton Smith
Jesse Davis Tittle #46609727
Hi, Pat,

Jesse was born to Samuel C. Tittle and Sarah A. Lance Tittle. May I request a transfer?

Barbara Smith Dunn
aka Hamilton Smith #47930040
Added by Hamilton Smith on Feb 15, 2017 3:04 AM
Hamilton Smith
George Edgar Tittle #46609694
Hi, Pat,

This gentleman was my grandmother's brother, Maudie Virginia Tittle Smith buried in Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery. Their parents were Samuel C. Tittle and Sarah A. Lance Tittle. Tennessee O. Smith Tittle born to Issac W. Smith and Callie Elkins Smith was Samuel's SECOND wife.

George was born in Cannon Co., TN.

Barbara Smith Dunn
aka Hamilton Smith #47930040
Added by Hamilton Smith on Feb 15, 2017 2:58 AM
Clifford Layton
Sarah Ann McFarland (1825)
Good Morning!

According to your information on Find a Grave, #64533562, re. Jonathan Pierce Stubbs (1850), my great-great-grandmother may be either Sarah Ann McFarland (1825) or Sarah Ann Smith, I am trying to determine which is most likely.

Any help will be VERY MUCH appreciated.

Cliff Layton,
Layton@sbcglobal.net
Added by Clifford Layton on Jan 24, 2017 8:49 AM
Patricia Beavers
Sarah J Morrison Harvey
Hello,
I will try to explain this the best I can. I volunteer at the Bastrop County Historical Museum. Sometime ago a tombstone was found while work was being done in courthouse/jail. It is the tombstone of Mrs Harvey. Dates match up with what is still readable. We do not know how it got to Bastrop County. This what it says.
"Sarah, wife of W C Harvey, born Dec 22, 1849, died Oct 4 1899. Mother, thou hast from us flown to the regions far above. We to thee erect this stone consecrated by our love"
Tombstone is being stored I believe at the county court house.
Please get back to me. This stone sounds like it was removed from your cemetery in Ellis County.
Added by Patricia Beavers on Dec 12, 2016 4:21 PM
daughterofcal3
THANKS - PAT

...TO THE BEST TEACHER OF GENEALOGICAL PROTOCOL... ---For ALL that YOU have done and continue to do... THANKS...
Added by daughterofcal3 on Nov 28, 2016 9:29 AM
Wayne Rousseau
transfer
Alice Benbolt Rousseau, 49437058 was my greatgrandmother. If you would like to transfer her memorial to me I would be glad to have it.

Wayne Rousseau 48339056
Added by Wayne Rousseau on Nov 21, 2016 12:54 PM
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