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|Susan Parmer Sanches (#46971009)|
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I have always like to go to old cemeteries, and found out there was a photo request list in my area on this site, and so now I get to do two things at once that I like to do, visit cemeteries, old and new, and help people!! |
I was born in Nacogdoches, Texas, but was raised in Trout Creek, Texas, and now I live just north of Nacogdoches. I am doing research on my family history, Dad's~Parmer..Newton, Jasper, and Sabine Co. Texas. Mom's~Whittington, San Augustine Co. Milam Texas, Need some help...! I can't get any info on my Dad's father and mother, and very little on Mom's side...
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|Rosalie ||Henry & Louisa Seale|
Thank you so much for posting the family photos.
Added by Rosalie on Feb 03, 2016 11:21 AM
|Pat Berel||Ruby Dupree|
Susan, I thank you for taking time to go and take the photo of the marker for Ruby Dupree in the Swift Cemetery in Nacogdoches. It is appreciated much.
|Clint Robinson||Thank you|
Thank you for filling my photo request in the Walkers Chapel Cemetery. I requested that a year ago. I appreciate your time and work.
|daddy2||Mae Evelyn Haberle photo|
Thank you for taking photo of Mae Evelyn's marker.
Added by daddy2 on Jan 17, 2016 8:20 PM
|Yesteryear||RE: McMahan's Chapel Cemetery|
Sorry, Margaret F. *Dink* Jones Horne, 1895 - 1981, her husband, Willie Vessie Horne 1882 - 1966 are in Myrtle Springs.
|Peggy Arriola Jasso||RE: Looney Family Cemetery|
Thanks! I'll go there when weather gets better!
|Peggy Arriola Jasso||Looney Family Cemetery|
Susan, do you know if there are actual headstones in the Looney Family Cemetery in Nacogdoches? I am working on a DRT application and it sure would help to have photos of the headstones, if they exist. Thank you!
Peggy A Jasso
|leslie anne brown||Redland Cmt|
It was orginially called the Old Walters Family Cemetery. The new section is called Walters Family Cemetery which is separated from the orginial cemetery by fence. This is located on land that has been in the Walters family for generations. They request that you add the information to the description of the cemtery to it's page. Also I have personally taken a photo of every stone in the Redland Cmt. I will be happy to get you a copy so you can add them. Thanks, LeslieAnne Brown
|Kevin & Robin Spence||GW & Susan Wallace|
Thank you so much for the picture, it verified what I had on them.
Thank you so much for the photos of the tombstones of James Fulton and Essie Halbert Madden. James Fulton Madden was my great-uncle. I appreciate your doing this very much.
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